Audacity Jones to the Rescue

An irrepressible orphan named Audacity Jones is headed on an adventure of historic proportions! The first book in a brand-new series from beloved Newbery Honor author Kirby...

Queen Hildegarde A Story for Girls

Spoiled New York City girl, Hildegarde Graham, is sent to stay with her mother's old nurse in the country. When her parents must take a trip to California, Hildegarde learns the...

Soul of the Sentinel

A mysterious mark, an ancient spirit, and a message from beyond the Aether . . . After uncovering and destroying a Necromancer plot to take over Skye Príosún, Jess and Finn are...

Ancient Lights

"Ancient Lights," written by Algernon Blackwood in 1912 and published two years later, is the tale of a man hired to remove a standing grove of trees so the owner's house can...

Audacity Jones Steals the Show

The plucky and adventurous Audacity Jones returns for the second installment of Newbery Honor author Kirby Larson's newest series. Audacity Jones and her best friend, Bimmy, are...

A Dog's Tale

"A Dog's Tale" is a short story, written by Mark Twain, told from the standpoint of a loyal household pet. It first appeared in the December 1903 issue of Harper's magazine. In...

Oddity

The daughter of a murdered physician vows to protect the magical Oddity he left behind in an alternate nineteenth century where a failed Louisiana Purchase has locked a young...

Limitless An Ultrarunner’s Story of Pain, Perseverance and the Pursuit of Success

The follow-up to her first memoir Beyond Impossible, this next instalment in Mimi's inspiring story proves that when one door closes, another opens. At the age of 55,...

A Tale About A Fisherman and A Fish

"A Tale About A Fisherman and A Fish" is a fairy tale in verse written by Alexander Pushkin in 1833 and published in May 1835. The story is about a fisherman who manages to catch...

Plague of the Shattered

Once every five years, the Northern Clans of the Durupinen gather at Fairhaven Hall. There at the ancient castle, surrounded by the very spirits they are bound to protect and...

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