Just as every Eyloni before her, Kidahin becomes an adult when she takes part in the adulthood ceremony. Soon after this important event, she is put to work on the ship Hunter’s Moon. But things do not go as planned and the ship is forced to land on a nearby moon to make repairs. This is where Kidahin meets Chief Warrant Officer Del Marsch. But unlike any other Eyloni before her, she forms a relationship with this human once he offers to train her. This comes as a surprise to both the humans and Eyloni, as they are two very different species.
Sam and JoJo have been best friends since Sam moved into the house next door with his mother. They've always protective of one another no matter what, so what is JoJo supposed to do when she finds out that Russ, Sam's step-father has been abusing him? After Sam's mother overdoses and falls into a coma, JoJo receives a letter stating that Russ is out to get her. JoJo, Sam, and his step-sister, Britney, run away to Russ' cabin on the lake to uncover some evidence to get him behind bars for good.
War affects everyone, even those not fighting in it. This has never been truer than during the Vietnam War, a time where new generations began questioning the ethics and motives behind war and began challenging those in authority. Living during this chaotic time is seventeen-year-old Rachel Morelli. She has grown up near Kent State University, where her father teaches, and she knows the campus like the back of her hand. The only problem is she has no desire to spend the rest of her life there. She has dreams of attending Pratt University in New York and taking its top-notch art program.
Sherpa wants to be the Chancellor of Positivity, but has to travel through time in order to find out what that truly means! Ultimately she learns the true gift she has to offer the future and keep it safe. She has to go into the past and touch people's lives so that they have the same positive outlook. Life's lessons are universal and timeless.
Did you ever wonder: What is my brain? How does it work? Neuron Galaxy, a picture book with non-fiction content by the Morphonix team (Jay Leibold, writer; Karen Littman, creative director; and Max Weinberg, primary illustrator) is a new resource to help children begin to understand their amazing brains.