The book Two for Joy is an amazing adventure seen through the eyes of a young girl named Jenna. It all starts when her great aunt, Tannie, falls off of a back porch step and breaks her ankle. After that, Jenna’s mom decides that Tannie needs to move in with them. However, this poses a problem when her aunt doesn’t want to go.
Set in the future of our country, Vivica Wilkins, a fugitive, has to go into hiding. She decides to join the rebels so they can defeat the government. Her mother, a governor, has also been captured by the government for hiding Vivica, and somehow Vivica must get her out. Losing her dad at age four was hard, but seeing others killed because of her was even harder. Peacemakers, a group of people who wanted all Earth to act as one nation, see the movement of the rebels as a way persuade America into joining them.
Buck Anderson seems like your typical 13-year-old boy. He likes comic books, helps his dad with cutting down trees for lumber, and does odd jobs for his uncle, including taking care of an old man named Jacob. Buck also rides around on his bike, exploring the outdoors with friends.
There are four major reasons why Buck isn't typical. First, Buck's best friend, David, moved away, leaving him friendless. Second, Buck is 4'9" and can fit into very small spaces. Third, because Buck can fit in such small spaces, he explores caves. Finally, Buck stutters.
Gang of Sleuths is about fourteen-year-old terminally ill wheelchair-bound boy named Tony Pandy, who is a millionare supported by a mysterious benefactor, But Tony could lose everything he owns if he does not solve a mystery: how the Hindenburg disaster really happened.
In "How to Write a Novel," Aristotle "Aris" Thibodeau lives with her mom and little brother. Her father died when she was really little and she misses him every day. Her brother tries to hurt himself quite frequently and so he has to get therapy, which costs a lot of money. Because of this, her family does not have a lot of money, so Ares decides that she is going to write a novel in 30 days, make a ton of money, and get her family back on its feet.
In the first chapter of The Peddler's Road, a work of fantasy by Matthew Cody, I was already rooting for the two main characters: 13 year old Max and her 10 year old little brother, Carter. The siblings' adventure starts with an old story. It is said that in the 13th century, in the same town of Hamelin where Max and Carter currently live, a piper lured all but one of the children away with his magic flute to a strange and magical land called Summer Isle.
Spinner by Michael J. Bowler follows misfit Alex, a teen in a wheelchair with a special healing power that can spin pain or injuries out of people. Alex has always been an outcast, only finding solace in his special education family of friends. When various paranormal events begin to occur, and a string of murders is tied to Alex, Alex and his friends lose all sense of security. People want Alex's power and they will stop at nothing to capture him.
Adam Spencer Ross is a 14-year-old boy struggling with OCD. Additionally, his mom is receiving threats from an anonymous sender. Adam has behaviors that come with his condition: counting, thresholds, and ordering.
The majority of this book takes place at Adam's support group that is filled with people who have OCD just like him.
One day, Adam is enduring another long session of group therapy when a girl named Robyn shows up. And right then and there, Adam knows that she will be his- his love, his girl, and his world.