Heroes of the Galaxy (Star Wars Adventures, #1)
by Landry Walker and Cavan Scott
Brand-new Star Wars comic book stories for readers of all-ages! These new adventures make this sprawling universe more accessible than ever. Travel to a galaxy far, far away in the first volume of an all-new series as a rotating cast of characters (and creators!) journey through Star Wars history! Stories range from before the events of Episode I: The Phantom Menace all the way up to Episode IV: The Rise of Skywalker. Characters major and minor, classic and new, expand the world of Star Wars...
by Joseph Monninger
When the first string quarterback is injured a week before the state championship game, Zeb Holloway finds himself starting and realizing he may have a future outside his rural New Hampshire town.
Assassin's Menace (Assassin's Magic, #3)
by Everly Frost
Never step between an assassin and his prey... Nobody would suspect curvy, blonde bookworm Grace Kennedy of being a cold-blooded killer. She just wants to keep her head down and escape the violent secrets of her past. But when Grace unwittingly gets between an assassin and his target, she becomes prey to Boston's most ferocious legion of killers. If finding a way out of the life-threatening mess she created isn't hard enough, her unexpected encounters with Cain Carter prove even more unsettli...
Forgotten Fire (Platinum Readers Circle (Center Point))
by Adam Bagdasarian
A National Book Award Finalist. In 1915 Vahan Kenderian is living a life of privilege as the youngest son of a wealthy Armenian family in Turkey. This secure world is shattered when some family members are whisked away while others are murdered before his eyes. Vahan loses his home and family, and is forced to live a life he would never have dreamed of in order to survive. Somehow Vahan’s incredible strength and spirit help him endure, even knowing that each day could be his last.
by Nanette Newman and Beryl Cook
Just because your granny is old doesn't mean she is boring! This granny is full of energy - in fact, it wasn't until her eighties that she started really having fun. She's learnt to tap-dance, has tried to fly, learnt magician's tricks, and plays regularly in a football team amongst many other things. This title is a wonderful celebration of old age and will delight and amuse readers, both old and young.
Eighth Grade Bites (Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #1)
by Heather Brewer
Vladimir Tod has a secret. His mother was human, but his father was a vampire...With no idea of the extent of his prowess and no one to teach him, thirteen-year-old Vlad struggles daily with his blood cravings and enlarged fangs. And when a strange substitute teacher begins to question him a little too closely, Vlad worries that his cover is about to be blown. But then he realises he has a much bigger problem. He's being hunted by a vampire killer who is closing in . . . fast!
by Nick Van Loy
Seth is riding the subway. While reading a book, a girl comes and sits right next to him. Being a bit surprised by this, he can't say a single word, so they sit in silence for about ten minutes. The girl has to get off at the next station. She left a piece of paper with a phone number and the words 'WAKE UP' written on it. Why did she write that?
The Night-time Cat and the Plump, Grey Mouse
by Erika McGann
On a dark, dark night, in a very quiet library, there is an old, old, beautiful book. Looking out from the pages of the book is a plump, grey mouse. When the clock strikes twelve, the little mouse hops right off the page and begins his magical exploration of Trinity College. The mouse, however, is not alone: Four furry paws with very sharp claws follow him from the book into Trinity College. This sharp clawed cat is hungry and in search of the plump grey mouse. Follow the night-time cat, Pang...
Emma Says Oops (Panda Cubs)
by Anna Donovan
Emma is clumsy. She drops her food. She drops her toys. Will she ever learn to juggle like Peter?
Copper Girl (Journals)
by Judy May Murphy
My name's Tammy and I'm 15 years old. I've decided that this summer I am going to spend more time at the stables – sometimes I think the horses are the only ones who get what I'm all about. If only moody Martin wasn't always there, but I suppose I can put up with him. Just. He's not so bad really. My other resolution is to do something that is not a) embarrassing or b) boring! If Dad would let me have an actual, real LIFE instead of working in the shop, I just might surprise everyone. Even me...
by Siobhan Parkinson
The year is 1914 and Amelia Pim will soon be thirteen. There are rumours of war and rebellion, and Dublin is holding its breath for major, dramatic events. But all that matters to Amelia is what she will wear to her birthday party and how she can be the envy of her friends. But where are Amelia's friends when disaster strikes her family? Now that the Pims have come down in the world, what use will Amelia have for a shimmering emerald-green dress? When Mama's political activities bring the fina...
Alfie Green and the Conker King (Alfie Green)
by Joe O'Brien
Alfie would love to win the School Conker Championship. But with Conor Hoolihan on his team and Whacker Walsh cheating all the time, he has no chance. He needs to find a Super Cracking Conker, and he needs to find one fast. Alfie must travel through the Skeleton Woods of Arcania to find the last great king of the conker warriors. Will the Conker King part with his winning conker? Alfie Green book 6
Robbie Blair is a talented young schoolboy who dreams of being a professional football player when he grows up. He possesses the necessary skills but unfortunately is also set apart from the pack by his tendency to break bones - lots of them! When Robbie breaks his leg for the third time during an important trial he is resigned to the grim reality that his footballing dream is finally over. But, is it over? "We can all learn from Robbie Blair." Joe Hart - Celtic FC
All About Mia
by Lisa Williamson
Mia Campbell-Richardson, 16, is ballsy, gorgeous and kind of a disaster. Unlike her brilliant sisters, academic Grace (19) and champion swimmer Audrey (13), middle child Mia has no idea what she wants to do with her life and is convinced of her status as the black sheep of the family. Struggling at school and unable to deal with her parents easy acceptance of perfect sister Grace's fall from grace - Mia goes into a tailspin, misguidedly seducing a man in his 40s and putting herself at risk on...
Paths of Malice (The Venatrix Chronicles, #3)
by Sylvia Mercedes
Poisoned. Trapped. At the mercy of a ghost . . . She can handle this. A month into her competition with Venator Terryn, Ayleth seems no closer to winning the Golden Prince’s trust. Why else would he call Terryn to serve at the castle on some secret mission, leaving Ayleth to manage the borough on her own? No matter. She’ll prove her worth to the prince come what may. Plenty of mysteries plague the land under her protection . . . including the mystery of Terryn himself and the strange, dangero...