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A School of Magic YA novel that is fast-paced, good humored, beautifully penned, with engaging characters. Very smart!
Realistic teen life plus a hefty dose of magic realism equals a mighty fine read! Gretchen Wing's "The Flying Burgowski" will lift you above it all and satisfy your longing for a really good YA book.
DIGGER: SIERRA and the CASE of the CHIMERA KILLER by Robert D. Calkins – Y/A, Mystery/Thriller, Crime Fiction
One boy and his search-and-rescue dog seek for the truth among a serial killer’s grisly work in the Pacific Northwest. Readers, young and adult alike, will be charmed and intrigued by the subtleties of this well-conceived and cinematic mystery.
When Brianna's Spanish Club travels to Mexico City, an unsettling truth divides family and friends - and threatens the safety of the entire trip. Can forgiveness be the answer when the deception is so fresh?
FRUIT of MISFORTUNE (Creatura #2) by Nely Cab – Science Fiction & Fantasy/Myth & Legends/Paranormal & Urban/Folklore
Being eighteen-years-old can suck. Take heart readers, it's not as if you're eighteen and destined to turn into a monstrous beast like Isis -- a suspenseful YA read with quick-witted banter.
When you're battling demons and dating an angel, love and understanding aren't always enough - but it's certainly makes for an exciting ride - in this latest novel from Lisa Voisin!
The Dante Rossetti First Place Category Short Listers competed for the 2016 First Place Category positions. The winners were announced and recognized at the Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Gala, Bellingham, Wash., held on April 1st, 2017.
When you read more than a hundred books per year, it’s exciting to find one that surprises you. "Tupelo Honey" is one. A stick-to-the-ribs portrait of an extraordinary girl who overcomes the deck stacked against her in the deep South.