Computers have failed, electricity no longer used and the world bigger than originally thought.
“The Golden Door” is just the sort of adventure story a young reader needs to get them excited about reading.
“Keeping Safe the Stars” is the beautiful tale of three siblings who are as self-reliant as they are dependent on each other.
This sequel to “Wide-Awake Princess” follows the same formula — lots of humor and reinterpretations of fairy tales.
Join 10-year-old Emmy Blue Hatchett as she travels West with her parents in this understated book.
This read complements “Princess Academy” so well, you’d think it was planned from the start.
First book in a trilogy filled with danger and hidden identities. Think Prince and the Pauper with more adventure.
Two friends are tasked with restoring the past in Scholastic’s new multi-platform series.
Abby lives in a world of magic. No one thinks it’s very special. Except those who have no magical abilities.
If you haven’t read The Books of Elsewhere, now is the time. Readers of all ages will likely gobble them up.
The first of two charming books about a 10-year-old boy’s adventures with magic, mystery and danger.
“May B.” is a quiet novel that packs a big and unexpected wallop. It’s fast-paced and it engages readers on a levels
This magical novel transports readers to far-off lands that inspire creativity and spark imagination
Sarah Emma Edmonds fought in the Civil War. That wouldn’t be such a novel idea if she had been a man, but she wasn’t.
Economics made exciting. There’s conspiracy involved, but descriptions of actual trading are interesting.
Written by a mother-daughters trio, this is a complex narrative that builds in tension and depth as the story unfolds
Description and scene setting are key players in this story of a young girl and her secret relationship with dragons.
This quiet steampunk read about an eccentric inventor and his niece is totally absorbing.
“The Kill Order” is a fast-paced, at times white-knuckle story fans of the Maze Runner series will gobble up.
A compelling story of a young girl following her dream and realizing that dreams can be altered.
Loosely based on “Persuasion,” this book is an intelligent read that doesn’t rely on strong language or violence.
When Digit cracks a terrorist group’s code, she finds herself in the middle of a James Bond-esque adventure.
Daisy died today. It came as a surprise to the kids and teachers at her school, but not to Daisy — she’s died before.
Set in the late 1200s, this book has the flavor of old-time text mixed with a modern flair that makes it accessible.
Marissa Meyer has so cleverly crafted her tale, you forget about the glass slipper from your childhood princess book.
With loose ties to the Persephone myth, this novel has mythical hints throughout. At the heart, it’s a romance.