The Cirque has always been Sasha’s favorite place. With its circus-like performances, the Cirque always gave her a magical sense of wonder – a feeling that made her never want to leave its tents. But now that Sasha has reached 5th grade, she is being sent to school with the ordinary children who live on her island, and they just don’t understand. The bullying that Sasha receives at school just for being part of the Cirque is making her start to question everything. Is the Cirque even magical at all?
Having realized the importance of her newfound abilities, Chapel trains harder than ever alongside Zay and his team. However, all is not perfect between the lovebirds. While Zay is a member of Thanatos, Chapel was forced into pledging Bellum, putting the two on opposite sides of the battle for new GenExes. To add fuel to the fire, Zay’s ex-friend and Chapel’s attractive Bellum recruiter, Gabriel Luxe, is back in town, and he may want to be more than Chapel’s platonic friend. And boys aren’t Chapel’s only problem.
In the eleventh wonderful installment of Ivy and Bean, Ivy’s classmate, Vanessa, says that almost all only children are spoiled. Ivy doesn’t have any siblings, and she’s determined to prove to Vanessa, Bean, the entire classroom, and to herself that she is NOT spoiled. With the help of Bean, she decides to try out several crazy plans to show that she is a perfectly fine, nice child. Unfortunately, not many of their plans work out as they hope.
Lily Kingman seems normal. She lives with her parents and older brother at a Bed & Breakfast, goes to college, and has reliable friends. However, she has the peculiar ability to hear animals’ thoughts, and her wounds heal overnight.
True Blue Forever is a satisfying end to Joyce Scarbrough's True Blue Trilogy. It's 1980 - their senior year of high school! Mickey and Wade have come to acceptable terms with each other and Jeana. Even Billy Joe finds a girl who can put up with him. Only days after life begins to be perfect for the foursome, tragedy strikes. Jeana's world is flipped upside down and she starts having to make the hardest decisions of her life. Will she make the right choice? Can Billy Joe keep the one girl who has put up with him better than Jeana? Find out in this book.
This action-packed book tells the tale of 12-year-old Kestrel as she hunts grabbers, monsters that build themselves out of people’s stolen objects. With her weasel, Pipit, and her sharpened spoon, this free spirit is a formidable opponent to the evil creatures. But her own grabber grows in strength, as she tries to find her way out of the woods and things from her past reemerge. Why is her mom hated by the town but her dad treated like a town hero? Who was Kestrel’s grandmother and what happened to her? Mystery and action combine, bringing the reader to a climactic ending.
This book was focused on bullying. The bad, the ugly, and the unseen. Margo is a normal teenager who has never noticed the bullying that is all around her. She is only looking out for herself and her clique of “popular” friends. This is only until Margo realizes that her friends don’t always have her back, but instead are the ones putting her down. This sparks an idea in her head to be a real life superhero and start up an anti-bullying group called Mind Over Bullies (M.O.B.).
Queen Gabrielle is lonely. She had lived with many nieces and nephews before she became queen, so she loves children. She wants a child very badly. King Bartholomew loves Gabrielle and wants her to be happy. He goes in search for the perfect child to join his wife in the palace and keep her company. After several mishaps with naughty children, he finds Olive.