Wary of romance following her mother's second divorce and resisting her friends' attempts to fix her up with the hottest guy in school, Piper's life gets complicated when she receives a series of Valentines from a secret admirer.
Pretty, popular Marijke Monti and over-achieving nerd-girl Lily Spencer have little in common–except that neither feels successful when it comes to love. They now have a budding friendship and a plan to act out grand gestures and get the guys of their dreams.
In this wordless picture book, follow a boy and his handmade newpaper boat on a rainy day adventure. With wordless books YOU can tell the story! For storytellers ages 4 and up.
Sixteen-year-old James “Hercules” Martino completes twelve tasks while spending two weeks in Baltimore with his Uncle Anthony. While doing so he gains insights into himself, his uncle, and his recently deceased father a self-help author and daytime talk show host who was beloved by the public but a terrible father.
A young boy has a nighttime adventure dancing under the moon with his animal friends. They play, they dance, they howl. But, when the moon gets stuck in a tree the boy must find a way to help the moon return to the sky. A beautiful, dreamy, magical story reminiscent of Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. (Recommended ages 4 to 6 years)
Astro is an asteroid who just wants his own personal space in outer space not to be disturbed. Along comes a wandering satellite who knocks Astro out of his orbit. Join Astro in exploring space. Be sure to check out the last page of outer space fun facts.
Dan Weeks has two dreams in life: to become a famous graphic novelist and to one day muster the courage to ask Erin Reilly out on a date. Dan's mom, however, has just one goal: to date every man in the state of California until she finally finds her Prince Charming. When she gets serious about her new guy Hank, she sends Hank and Dan off to a survivalist camping trip in the wilds of Idaho to bond. When a man-hungry bear starts stalking their every move, how can he scare off Hank when his very survival now depends on him?
Nere has never understood why she is more comfortable in the water swimming with the dolphins than on land hanging out with her classmates. Then she learns the truth - she is one of a group of kids who have been genetically altered to survive in the ocean. These products of the “Neptune Project” are supposed to build a better future under the waves, safe from the wars that rock the surface world. But big challenges lie ahead, because to reach the safe haven of the new Neptune colony, Nere and the others must swim across hundreds of miles of dangerous ocean, evading sea creatures and a government that will stop at nothing to capture the Neptune kids…dead or alive. (Recommended Ages: 5th - 8th)
Detective Finn MacLeod has been sent to the Isle of Lewis in the Scottish Outer Hebrides as a consultant to a grim murder that has the same MO as one that was committed in Edinburgh a short while ago. Having been raised on the Isle of Lewis, he is familiar with the Gaelic language, traditions, as well as, the locals and their haunts. Quickly he is at odds with the Detective Chief Inspector who is the lead investigator and he becomes enmeshed in the case which opens forgotten memories and old wounds that could destroy him. Peter May, a Scott, has written a well-crafted, dangerous, and dark mystery for those who like their reads psychologically twisted and deadly. The Black House is the first title in the Isle of Lewis trilogy.
I am a seed bead jewelry making fanatic. This book met my seed bead obsession on many levels. The majority of this book is made for the experienced beader but a creative newbie can find fun and intriguing patterns for their seed bead indulgence. There is an element of motion as a challenge to each beaded piece with excellent instructions and photos to support and fuel your creative confidence. A fun and beautifully illustrated book and I can’t decide which project to do first.