<p>The Garden Princess begins with a princess who doesn’t like being a princess- she’d rather be a gardener. Her best friend is a gardener, and gardening is the princess’ hobby, but she wants it to be her profession. The book then really unfolds when the princess attends a garden party and discovers a secret about the garden. After she finds out the secret, she has to hide from the owner of the garden’s servants, who are out to get her. It gets really exciting when she finds out that it’s a magical garden.</p>
Sixteen-year-old Sophie Bloom thinks she’s got a great plan to ruin her arch enemy's date at the Halloween dance. And it goes perfectly well, that’s the problem. She goes to meet this mystery guy in place of her nemesis and he turns out to be Kai, son of Hades. If that wasn’t bad enough, he wakes her inner goddess, literally. Without any of her old memories, can she figure out who killed her god-self while staying alive in this new world of hers?
Three different teenagers end up in the same town, on the day that a earthquake hits. This earthquake just happens to be the largest one ever recorded in American history. The book goes on to tell the story of each of the three teenagers during the earthquake. They all have their own difficult problems to go through as they try to make it away from the earthquake alive. The book shows their entire struggle for survival and their willpower. They all realize the same thing in the end...that you have to make each day matter.
Sophie is a young teenage girl who thought her life was that of any teenage girl; that was until she found out she was a Greek goddess named Persephone. Sophie's memories of being Persephone came back to her slowly after she kissed a guy named Kai. Kai isn't just a normal guy though, he was the son of the Greek God of the Underworld, Hades. Theo is one of Sophie's best friends and is also a Greek God named Prometheus. Prometheus puts Persephone's goddess qualities into a human form when she almost died; Persephone becomes Sophie.
The book starts off with a boy named Alex that is always getting bullied by a kid named Jackson. One day a dog came and helped Alex. Jason got distracted with the dog so much that Alex hears a voice in his head that says “run”. Then he gets a weird book and necklace for his birthday. After he finds out the powers of the necklace he goes on an awesome adventure through time and Egypt, and finds out more than what his textbooks say. He gets beaten up badly helping a friend. Will he ever make it back to his own time?
Ever wondered where zombies originated? Or perhaps you’ve contemplated the existence of aliens, or maybe you think Bigfoot may not exist. If you have questions like these you will want to check out this book! The book includes some informative opinions, black and white photos, and facts and truths about some of the strangest things to ever happen in the world.
When she goes to a garden party, even though she isn't invited, she explores the garden by herself and overhears voices (one of which is her aunt's and Lady Hortensia). She decides to see what they are talking about and discovers a horrifying secret. Her friend Garth is invited to the party, who suddenly "changes". Adela also befriends a talking magpie and they have quite an exciting adventure!
Aluna and her people live under the waves in the City of Shifting Tides. Their breathing necklaces start to fail so Aluna and her friend, Hoku, journey to the Above World so they can find a way to save their people. They encounter other worlds like the Aviars, who have wings and live in a mountain, and the Equians, who are like centaurs. They discover that other people are having trouble too.
This book falls into the dystopian sci-fi category.
In the novel Ashes of Twilight by Kassy Tayler, main character Wren MacAvoy has always dreamed of what's outside the dome that confines her. She'd sneak away from the underground mines every morning to watch the sunrise. Her friend, Alex, decides to make a run for it and leave the confines of the dome, only to be burned to death in the process. His last words were "The sky is blue." Wren, having always wondered what was outside the dome, tries to discover whether there really was a world outside the dome or not.
All Jack ever wanted was a nice, peaceful camping trip and some time off from school. What he got was anything but that. Sure, he arrived at the campsite with his mom. Yes, he was on spring vacation. Sure, they set up camp and went to sleep without any problems. But come morning, everything went wrong: Jack woke up alone. His mother abandoned him. Jack can’t go to the authorities - he can’t explain why his mother ran off. That would raise too many questions. His mother’s done this before. She’ll be bac