Governcorp is a collection of businesses that took over when the world was falling apart. Governcorp suppresses freedom of speech and uses the Comfort Center to drug people into becoming non-argumentative citizens. Jenny is the perfect citizen, who wants to work as a Safety Officer for Governcorp. Hannah is a new citizen formerly from the Homesteads, slums hidden behind a veneer of pretty fences. Hannah struggles with reconciling her conscience between helping her dad fit in with their new life and trying to figure out if Governcorp should be revolted against.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in another time and place? Find out what life would be like in ancient Mali! In If You Were Me and Lived in...the Ancient Mali Empire, readers learn about family life, houses, school, and so much more! The book includes helpful pronunciations and definitions.
In the third and final installment of the Blowback trilogy, we join Arky and Iris Jongler-Jinks as they continue their search for their mother, who is trapped in the past. Mere hours after Arky and his friend Danny returned from their time voyage to 1863 and the American Civil War, Arky is off on his second time voyage, this time taking his sister along for the ride. Now, the cor anglais has transported the Jongler twins to a brand-new continent, in addition to a new time. Specifically, the cor anglais has blown them back to Paris in 1894.
If You Were Me and Lived in…the Ancient Mali Empire is an informative and interactive book detailing the different lives and occurrences of the ancient Mali empire. Imagine time-traveling back to the Mali empire during the 1300s—without ever leaving the comfort of your chair! This historical book puts the reader in the middle of all the action while delivering intriguing facts and information about the time period.
The Raven’s Tale is a fictional story about the teenage life of Edgar Allan Poe. The reader takes a journey through the tale from Poe’s point of view. His struggles as a teenager who loses his parents at a very young age and the experiences of living in a foster home are creatively told using quotes from Poe as well as William Shakespeare’s work. Young Poe faces opposition from his foster father about his writing. This disturbs Poe and has him battling against his Gothic muse.