Skycliffe is about an ordinary boy who gets sucked into an amazing world full of alien technology and flying ships. Rex is living with his mom when they take a vacation to visit his aunt and uncle on a farm. On the flight there, Rex sees a girl in the clouds. He stares in disbelief, for it doesn’t seem like a figment of his imagination. He quickly pulls out a sketchbook to try to recreate the image he has witnessed, but Cloudgirl is already gone.
Monsterland Reanimated follows the team favorites in this series as they embark on a journey to connect their town to the outside world and defend against antagonist Vincent Konrad and his henchmen’s “Plan B.” Three weeks after the Monsterland theme park closes and the apocalypse is seemingly averted, all communication technology is down. Wyatt’s stepfather, Carter, receives an alarming message from a friend several miles away. The people of Copper Valley worry that all their troubles might not be over just yet.
In The Incredible Adventures of Absolutely Normal, cousins Samuel and Albert are living together after the death of Albert’s father. Since Albert’s mother needs family support, Samuel’s mom reorganizes their house, moves Samuel to an attic bedroom, and lets Albert use Samuel’s old room. Both boys are 10 to 11 years old, but that’s where the commonalities end. Samuel Christopher McCubbins seems almost perfect, while Albert Robert Thomas Jackson is as ordinary as can be.
It’s been weeks since the destruction of the world, which we know exploded in Monsterland, the first book in this series, as the survivors start to pick up the pieces. It’s been weeks since the megalomaniac Vincent Konrad was pulled apart by one of his own monsters. It’s been weeks, and everything has been quiet. ...Or has it? Something—or maybe many things—survived the destruction of Monsterland, and they aren’t quietly going away. No, they’re jump-starting Plan B!
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.
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.
Can you imagine knowing when people will die? Would it be a curse or a blessing? Would you help people or let them die? Well, that is exactly what Leo was challenged with. He’s usually shy anyway, but now he has a real reason to not look people in the eye. When an enemy causes Leo to accidentally look into his best friend's eyes, he sees the worst of all! His friend is going to die in a week by MURDER! The only detail he sees is a jacket with a cobra and his friend with a knife in him. After some long nights of searching and horrible texts, the day finally comes for J.C. to die.
The Spinach in My Teeth is a great book with two purposes - to teach and to entertain! It's about a boy who has an embarrassing first day of school - with spinach in his teeth from a spinach salad he has at lunch! At the end of the day, someone tells him about it, and he goes home sad and embarrassed. He says he doesn't want to have spinach again. That is until he meets a few unlikely friends who show him a whole new world of spinach.