- School Stuff
Darryl Kirby is a video game fan who lost his entire family in a fire. But his luck changes when Keith Masterly comes along.
In a perfect world, high school would be a lot easier to survive. Boy Meets Boy tries to show us what that world would be like.
The town of Nod's Limbs is happy and cheerful, except for the horrible twins Edgar and Ellen. Read a review of their adventures!
At the Ethical School, their motto is "Nimble fingers make for nimble minds." But what if you're a big klutz like Leon Zeisel?
The Wolves in the Walls may not be the kind of book you're used to reading - but that's exactly why you should check it out.
Murray McCrae, Lizzie Island's light keeper, wants to live out his life on this tiny - even if it means his family falls apart.
Amelia Atwater-Rhodes is back, but this time she's writing about shapeshifters and war. Get the goods on Hawksong right here.
Harry Potter is back at Hogwarts in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Get the 411 on JK Rowling's new book, right here!
Girls in Tears is all about love, friendship and everyday life as a teenage girl - and how nothing ever goes your way.
So you're used to Harry Potter saving the day at Hogwarts, but, how about saving our trees and the environment? Check this out!
The Glass Cafe is the kind of book that might have been banned from libraries 50 years ago. Wanna find out why?
Charlene just moved, but it doesn't take long for her to meet the boy who will become her new best friend. Check out this read.
Before Walt Disney was even born, Lewis Carrol created the amazing fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland we have all grown to love.
If you thought the Disney movie was good - wait until you read the book. Get the dirt on Louis Sachar's novel, right here.
When your parents split up, your crush thinks you're a dork and your best friend is self-absorbed, you end up just a tad bitter.
Prosper and Bo have been recently orphaned, and are willing to do almost anything to stay together in The Thief Lord.
In a small town, you know everyone and it feels like you'll never get to leave. That's how Toby feels living in Antler, Texas.
In Midnight Predator, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes continues with her signature writing style - mildly poetic and very intense. The topic? Vampires, of course!
Have you ever noticed that almost every time someone tries to recreate the magic of your fave TV show or movie as a novel, it sucks? Think the MythQuest series can win you over? Find out here!