It’s 1957 and seven-year-old Alex, the main character in A Jar Full of Angel Feathers by Susan Russell, has just lost his mother. Even worse, his father wants to start a new life, so he sends Alex from their home in London to live in Cornwall with his Aunt Mary for a year. Alex isn’t used to the quiet countryside. He desperately misses both his parents and the hustle and bustle of the city.
Pearl remembers the night of the Garrison fire. The fire that killed 4 family members and left only 1 alive. Pearl’s father claims that he wasn’t the cause, yet the rumors around town say that he was. Pearl doesn’t know who started the fire, but she believes her father. If only the rest of the town would as well.
Todd Williams’ life seems to be falling apart. His mother is spiraling into alcoholism, the bullies at school won’t give him a break, and his best friend, Jennifer, isn’t speaking to him. Todd decides that maybe he should seek the help of a ghost. He befriends a spirit, Leroy, to try and help him figure out his whack life. Follow Todd as he treads the waters of high school and growing up.
This book was about a girl who lost her mother at a young age. But how does she have memories of her? This is her deepest secret, but what if someone has a problem similar to her own? Can she put aside all she's used to and trust someone? Is a friendship strong enough to make her realize the thing she wanted most wasn't all it was cracked up to be?
The Hummingbird is a book following the ongoing adventures of Crescenzo, his friends, and their fight against Queen Avoria. Avoria was the former queen of Florindale but was corrupted by a bite from the snake, Ka. She now craves the souls of other people and desires to take over all the worlds. Crescenzo had been able to slow Avoria's progress by helping take back Wonderland from her rule in the past. Now, Queen Avoria is stronger than ever; no one knows how they'll ever stop her.
The Door to January is about sixteen-year-old Natalie Payson. She has been having nightmares ever since she moved away from her home town in Bernier, Maine. She feels a connection between her and her hometown; something deeper than the average dream.
This is an adventurous story that centers on the life of Timothy Patrick Horrigan, who is a chipmunk. Timothy, who is unnamed at this point, is chased out of his home in the dead of the night by a fire and finds shelter in the wood pile outside of house that is home to Vietnam veteran Mikey Horrigan. Mikey takes and comforts Timothy as well as gives him his name. Timothy grows fond of his new home and roommates who are mice.