- School Stuff
If you still can't get enough of that Smallvillian stuff on TV, fear not cause here comes the Smallville novels which are, of course, based on the hit, WB TV series. Are they worth a read?
Atlanta is the fastest and swiftest hunter in all of ancient Greece. She owes her life to the goddess Artemis, but what will happen when the gods meddle too much in the young huntress' life?
Giants, dwarves and gods, oh my! It's 1876 and three kidz are about to set sail from San Francisco aboard the Basset - a magical ship that will take them on the adventure of a lifetime.
Ever wonder how long it took to build the Colosseum in ancient Rome? It took me all of ten minutes! You too can start building when you pick up any of the books in the series History In Stone.
Kidzworld is excited to bring you a book review of Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, sent in by one of our very own users. Check it out.
Nita and Kit are back. And so is Nita's sister Dairine. Oh yeah, two things -Dairine, being as young as she is, is a wizard with almost limitless power, and her wizard's manual is an Apple computer.
The Ghosts of Rathburn Park promises ghost dogs and haunted mansions that inhabit a mysterious forest in Matthew Hamilton's new town. But does this book live up to all the Halloween hype?
This is not a book to be taken lightly or read in public. The cover of Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography warns, "The book you are holding in your hands is extremely dangerous."
Ever been stuck in a situation where the only person who can clear your name is a dead man? That's the situation Selwyn Roweson finds himself in after being wrongfully accused of a small-town murder.
Tired of watching Carmen and Juni have all the Spy Kids fun? Think you've got what it takes to give evil a good swift kick? Then check out the brain teasy Code Master: Secret Agent!
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is much more than a story about a fab pair of blue jeans. Check out this (audio) book about friends growing up & how a pair of jeans ties them together!
Teen Angst? Naaah... is for anyone who's been shot down by someone of the opposite sex, been embarrassed by their parents, skipped studying for a big test or just went to high school.
Caught by the Sea is a real-life tale about the author's first experiences sailing on the Pacific Ocean. Read on to find out about the story that'll have you on the edge of your seat.
Charles paints what he sees and he sees things differently from everyone else. People say he shouldn't paint what he sees. Read about Charles' art and what "Simon Says" right here.
We've had a man walk on the moon, and hundreds of satellites orbit the earth everyday. As technology continues to become more advanced, people living on Mars seems less far fetched everyday.
Amelia Atwater Rhodes is back with her third book, Shattered Mirror. A story of witches, vampires and their rules and rituals, it starts slower than her previous books but suddenly picks up the pace.
Amelia Atwater Rhodes jumps deep into the "life" of the deliciously dark vamp Aubrey and spins a human factor into this book - which just happens to be a teen author. Hmm... Intrigued? You should be.
The Mummy Returns Junior Novel rocks! It's like Ancient Egyptian Plays of the Day meets Where the Heck Is Carmen Santiego. It has all the action of the flick without the sticky floor.
If you caught my pen wag of THE MUMMY RETURNS JUNIOR NOVEL you'd know it left me wanting to read other things that John Whitman had written. Unfortunately, Whitman does not write THE MUMMY CHRONICLES.
Get ready for jousting, fierce battles and beautiful maidens. Nope, it's not A Knight's Tale. It's Gerald Morris' newest book, The Squire, His Knight and His Lady.