J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan has stood the test of time as a whimsical and enchanting tale, weaving together the innocence of childhood with perpetual youth.
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C.S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe stands as a testament to the enduring power of storytelling—the tale remains a cherished classic.
The Weeping Tide, by Amanda Foody, is an absolute page-turner—a strong sequel and, hopefully, forerunner to yet more magic to come.
Dragons in a Bag is book one in an urban fantasy series for chapter book readers that manages to be refreshing and sharp.
In this epic fantasy adventure, The Magi of Miriam: The Boy Who Saved the Kingdom, magic and heroism play out against a fantastical backdrop.
Hither and Nigh is a fresh and refreshing revamp of the classic “stolen by fairies” plotline, with rich settings, complex characters, and a rollercoaster pace.
Arthur: The Always King is a masterful retelling, perfect for mature middle-graders and up.
New Dragon City is an enjoyable story, perfect for fans of Eragon, Wings of Fire, and How to Train Your Dragon.
The third book in Mabbitt’s cheerfully spooky middle-grade Embassy of the Dead series, Destiny Calling invites readers to share one more adventure.
At its heart, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a story full of wonder and whimsy, centered around a young girl named Alice who longs for more.