Circus Mirandus is a book about believing in magic. Micah was happy living with Grandfather Ephraim. He enjoyed listening to his grandfather’s stories of when he was a boy and went to a magic circus. Now everything is changed. Grandfather is sick and Aunt Gertrudis has come from Arizona to take care of both of them. Aunt Gertrudis is nothing like Grandfather. She is always trying to keep them apart and isn’t fun like Grandfather.
When Mary wakes up not knowing anything about anyone, traveling on a train to a car with a woman she does not know, heading to the Greyache house with people who she has never met, she is quite uncomfortable and uneasy.
Miles Taylor and the Golden Cape is a book about Miles Taylor and his amazing life story. One day Miles encounters Gilded, a famous superhero. Gilded unexpectedly gives Miles his cape. Miles is astonished and surprised, but he accepts the challenge. After practicing with it, he starts fighting crime. Then, aliens come and start destroying Earth to find him and the golden cape. Can Miles stop the aliens? Find out in this exciting book!
Molly McDougal Montgomery McGrath and Other Stories to Make You Laugh is an entertaining, funny book that contains four different stories. The first one, Molly McDougal Montgomery McGrath, is about a girl who hates to take baths. After a strange turn of events, will she still have to take one? Bermuda Shorts shares the story of a boy who receives a ridiculous pair of Bermuda shorts from his aunt and uncle. He refuses to wear them at first, but will he eventually like them? The Beast, The Frog, My Friend and I is a silly story about secret keeping.
When your stomach is growling, you might turn to a jumbo bag of sodium-laden potato chips or run to the nearest Dunkin' Donuts for a high-calorie coffee and pastry. The editors of The Green Teen Cookbook have a different idea: make yourself a healthy meal! Healthy cooking might seem like an unappetizing challenge, but a look through the full-color pictures of meals confirms that you really can eat guilt-free meals that don’t skimp on the flavor.
High schooler Caden Bosch is in the hospital. Caden doesn’t understand why the nurses and doctors make him sit through group therapy and ask him questions both obvious and profound. However, his concerned parents think that there is something off with him. Once outgoing and cheerful, Caden now makes strange decisions, distances himself from people, and makes cryptic comments.
Oz is a ten year old boy living with his mom in a big haunted house. His father died two years ago and the family is still trying to get over it. Oz, along with his two best friends, hear footsteps in the house and they proceed to try and solve the mystery. But they stumble upon something big that they can't handle. Does the obsidian pebble he finds in his dad's study addressed to him, have something to do with the mystery, or even his father's death?
You see books everywhere, but how were they invented? When you think about it, a lot of work went into the creation of books. There had to be letters, paper, printing presses, pencils . . . the list goes on and on! Book, a cheeky chap who speaks in narrative prose, travels through time, teaching readers about the history of books. He starts off with the ancient Mesopotamians and works his way up to today’s e-book age.
Dime had a loving family a long, long time ago. Yet that’s so far gone now, that all she remembers is the smell of barbeque chips and the scratch of a watch on her shoulder. Dime is a foster child. Her foster mom, Janelle, blames her for her babies being taken away. Dime is okay with that, until Janelle starts to drink and abuse her.