In this epic fantasy adventure, The Magi of Miriam: The Boy Who Saved the Kingdom, magic and heroism play out against a fantastical backdrop.
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a book that has everything a young avid reader could want. It’s an action-packed, whimsical adventure.
Pahua and the Soul Stealer is yet another fantastic offering from the Rick Riordan Presents series, perfect for fans of multicultural fantasy adventure.
Krystal Winkle and the Peacemaker of Kigali is a solid start to a promising series of fantasy-adventure books featuring a heroine saving endangered animals.
Angela Legh’s Bella Santini in the Land of Everlasting Change is an exciting fairytale with an important and positive message for readers.
If you’re looking for a good fantasy book to transition from the young adult genre into the new adult genre, Michael Okon’s Witches Protection Program is your next read.
Children ages 10 and over, that are ready to sink their teeth into a thick book, will likely enjoy the nonsensical magic that has been brought to life on the pages of this tome.
Seven Wonders: Book 3: The Tomb of Shadows, by Peter Lerangis will appeal to tweens and teens who like lots of action and danger in their stories and who are curious about ancient history.
Get ready for some serious action in the first volume of a new comic-book-style picture book series about malicious cyber attacks, The Cynja.
Veteran Hollywood film and TV writer Laurice Elehwany Molinari bursts into the children’s book world with an outstanding debut novel, The Ether: Vero Rising—a fantastical middle grade story on good vs. evil.