Cock-A-Doodle-Oops by Lori Degman is about a farmer that can only be woken up by his rooster. One day his rooster goes on vacation for a week. All the animals on the farm try to wake up the farmer. Will they ever be able to do it? Will rooster come back to save the day?
In My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson, Tyler Dunsmore is a lonely 11-year-old boy. When he wishes for a best friend he suddenly gets one. His wish is granted in the form of Dirk, an 11-year-old wizard who is not from Earth. Dirk needs some help since he doesn’t know much about Earth.
The Author or The Characters' Short Living Story by Facundo Raganato reveals a search for truth, self, trust, and wisdom. It is a curious read with an unusual premise. This book is an utterly human, pensive, and philosophical endeavor. It follows six disparate characters as they search for an exit from the dark, dreamlike world they've awoken in. They are unable to remember their past and unable to understand the present. You, the reader, bring these individuals to life as they learn to trust one another and look inside themselves.
A Rat and a Ransom is an adorable tale full of adventure. It centers on Tom Lewis, a privileged but lonely 9-year-old boy, who wants a pet more than anything. One rainy Sunday as Tom is gazing out his bedroom window, he sees something outside that looks like an animal. He goes outside to investigate and finds a cat trying to eat a white rat who is hiding at the bottom of an old watering can. Tom adopts the rat, and names her “Mask” because of the black markings on her face. Then, Tom and Mask are kidnapped for ransom and held captive in an old farmhouse.
In Stolen: Heart of Dread the book talks about two people, Nat and Wes. Wes is living as a low life in New Vegas and Nat is in trouble after a horrible attack. Wes gets a text from his friend saying that he knows where Eliza, his sister is. Wes ends up finding most of his scattered crew and goes to a domed city, El Dorado. While Wes is on his rescue mission, Nat is learning to control her powers. Their paths cross when they both become involved in quests that involve the same mystery.
The Secrets of the Greaser Hotel is a book about Allie Argos and her miserable life in the Greaser Hotel. Allie knows little about her past before she came to the Greaser Hotel. Allie has been trapped in the Greaser Hotel for over 9 years. All she knows is backbreaking labor under the cruel watch of Mrs. Friendly. When a chance to escape arises, Allie takes it, but at a cost. She has to leave her fellow slaves/friends.
Theodore Finch frequently ponders how he should die. As he stands atop a bell tower at his school, he unexpectedly meets a girl named Violet Markey. With her sister's recent death, Violet doesn’t know how to pick up the shattered pieces of her life and fit them back together. After she and Theodore meet at the top of the bell tower, they’re unsure of who saves the other. Told with a dual point of view, this heart-warming, skillfully written story will sweep you into the world of Violet and Finch.
History in the Faking is a book about Cody, his friends, and an elaborate hoax. Cody lives in Sultana, Manitoba, a very small town, with nothing to do during summer break. And worse yet, Cody's friend Erick overhears his mom saying that if the local restaurant doesn't get enough customers, she will lose her job. If that happens, they will have to leave. With the river drying up because of summer heat, no one will come to Sultana. They create a hoax that might put Sultana on the map and bring business to the restaurant.