In Book Three of My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson, Tyler is now 13 and when these creatures called Genzi (aliens that travel around and destroy other planets) come to Earth, there is trouble. 16 humans are taken, one of them is Tyler. They do test on those 16 people to study them before they take over the planet.
Alexandra Jennings already has an unusual life. Her parents are archeologists and they travel the world. Alex’s parents decide to send her to a boarding school, well more of a bored-ing school. They drop her off and head to the conveniently isolated and technology-less Siberia. After Alex is pushed into a fountain she wills herself to be anywhere else. She opens a door and falls straight into Medora, the sister world to earth with more advanced technology and people with powers called Gifts.
This is a book about a girl named Jacinda. If there is one thing everyone knows about her, it's that she loves horses. Jacinda's parents won't let her get her own horse, but that doesn't keep her away from horses, especially when she decides to volunteer at Sunnybrook Therapeutic Horse Farm. Jacinda spends many of her Saturdays and summer days at Sunnybrook. One day while volunteering, a sick, malnourished horse is brought in as a rescue. Jacinda finds herself volunteering to be the horse's primary caretaker (not owner).
Oliver's mom and dad are explorers. They notice a set of islands out of their window and head on an exploring adventure. Oliver follows his parents in his own boat. While searching for his parents he meets many magical creatures.
This book centers around Emily Soper, a young girl with a very curious nature. Emily is extremely excited when her Papa, a well-known maker of carriages, begins an order for President Teddy Roosevelt himself. Unfortunately, all her mother wants to do is make her into a lady, which Emily certainly does not want. The book delves into the racism present in her community and how automobiles may be threatening her family's way of life. Read Wheels of Change to follow Emily as she struggles to cope with this rapidly changing world.
Beatrice expects that she’ll get the lead role in the annual school play, Pocahontas. Then Michiko arrives at school. She recently moved from Japan. She ruins everything, and there’s nothing Beatrice can do about it. Beatrice's sarcastic, mean and bad side, "Bumbling Bea," is making her appearance more often. Beatrice doesn't know how to prevent Bumbling Bea from taking over. Michiko makes things worse by telling the entire world about Beatrice's secret crush. In her own way, Michiko is acting JUST like Bumbling Bea.
In a magical world, Celes Vale is an average boy from a non-magical background, and until his 12th birthday he doesn't think that is going to change. But when he meets a spirit who tells him he has incredible magical powers, and goes to an wonderful school for children with magical abilities, he feels... special. There are troubles in store for Celes too, though, by making enemies as well as friends.
Teegan (main character) belongs to a basketball team and is fiercly competitive. When a new girl (Bronwyn) arrives, Teegan can barely contain her jelousy. Bronwyn is a star at basketball and seems to outshine everyone else. However, unbeknownst to Teegan, Bronwyn's life is full of hardship and pain. Angela Welch's novel, Nameless, addresses hunger, domestic violence, and everlasting friendships. Through Teegan and Bronwyn, she shows the importance of trust and kindness and also the hardships others experience.
Adam Locke is a fifteen-year-old who knows his way around computers and has a strong sense of justice. Eventually he catches the attention of some powerful people. He uses his computer skills to get a teacher fired from his school. As a result, he gets into serious trouble, which leaves him vulnerable to the people who have been watching him.
Dinosaur Eggs and Blue Ribbons is an autobiography about the true life travels and experiences of Barnas Monteith (Barney) throughout his life. He discusses his adventures with science fairs and paleontology, among other things. He shares some tips about how to win science fairs and how to talk to the judges. He advises readers to take advantage of any opportunities available in the science field, including going to and participating in science fairs and science shows, taking part in field work, and signing up for STEM classes. For the most part, though, he talks abo