Gypsy Legends: A Quest For Peace is about a girl named Clara and a boy called Luke. They both have special magical abilities, and Luke is a Gypsy. It is near Christmas, and Luke’s clan is on the move because the Gypsy Council has called a meeting for all the different Gypsy clans. The clan is almost there when they are ambushed and the Gypsy Council members taken hostage. Luke runs away, because someone is trying to kidnap him too. Clara, unaware of this danger that has befallen her friend, finds him in the woods behind her house in bad shape.
Joey Kinkaid is the princess of Baker Street, and Eric Sinclair is the prince. They have been close friends since they were little, and now the terrors and troubles of middle school are tearing them apart. Joey does not make an easy friend; he comes to school dressed in the fashion of most girls with leggings, lip gloss, and a pink silk scarf. Eric, troubled by his lack of parenting and guidance at home, forces himself under the radar despite his wishes to help Joey so that no one finds out he lives alone.
The memoir opens with a tragic political happening: in South Africa, the government deemed that people’s race could be legally changed in a manner of days and that the government itself would decide what a person’s race would legally be from that point onward. This change-of-race resulted in catastrophic happenings. Families were torn apart – parents would be considered "white" and their children considered "coloured," or vice-versa.
Cedar was found in the forest by the foot of a large cedar tree when she is just a baby, found by Sara and Keven Montgomery, who take her home and house her as their own. She later names the large cedar tree, the one she was found under, Stella. On her first day of school, she meets Phillip, who becomes her only friend. Cedar later convinces Phillip to join the Order of the Trees, a club that only Cedar had been in before the two friends met.
In a world and style reminiscent of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, J.B. Strong’s Old as the Moon is the imaginative tale of two sisters’ journey through Tir Nan Og, the land of the fairies. Beginning in the land of humans, Roxanne and Emily cross paths with a mischievous fairy named Sonjoni. He shows Roxanne the truth of her father, the famed wizard Merlin. Roxanne becomes the accidental bearer of Merlin’s Shadow, the celestial pathway between Earth and Tir Nan Og, into which Emily and Roxanne are suddenly swept.
I, Sofia-Elisabete is an adorable story reminiscent of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Told through the eyes of young Sofia-Elisabete, this story tells the tale of loss, gain, and family love. Written as if from the 1800s, this tale follows the journey of Sofia-Elisabete, a child born outside of wedlock. She was abandoned by her parents at a young age and left on the streets. A kind nun, however, found her and took care of her until one day her father found her again.