With Bond-style technology, fairy magic, mythical creatures, espionage, crime, Colfer’s The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is funny, exciting, and original.
This novel, City of the Plague God, is not only a gripping read but also a great introduction for readers to modern social issues.
The five adorable picture books we’re shining the light on today offer fantastic examples of how kiddos can be everyday superheroes with or without a cape!
Join us on this virtual book tour for Superhero Faith, by Faith Abraham, a marvelous book that will entertain both adults and children alike!
Put Akata Witch and Akata Warrior, by Nnedi Okorafor, on your reading list!
Spellbook of the Lost and Found is dark, gritty, and fresh. It brings the horror/fantasy genre back to life.
A Psalm for Lost Girls is not only a gripping detective thriller, but also a moving exploration of the human condition of helplessness.
Bone Jack by Sara Crowe is not only a wonderful ghost story, but also an insightful portrayal of how folklore and superstition can trouble the human soul.
The Edge of Everything tempers an absorbing romantic plotline with gritty realism and characters who sign with life.
How to Hang a Witch transforms the rich history of Salem into a story which is not only a gripping ghost thriller, but also an insightful exploration of family, history, and relationships.