In Boss of the Whole Sixth Grade, Greta Zipp is just starting 6th grade and it's off to a shaky start. First of all, she hasn't been paired in the same class with her best friend Mari. They've been together every other year. Second of all, she ends up running for class president even though she never signed up for class president. Then there's Kiki - the girl she's running against for class president. Kiki is making her life miserable. This book is mainly about Greta's struggles with 6th grade, friendships, and her class president campaign.
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.
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.
Andaryn is the princess of Lacharra. She has six older brothers and a loving father, who gave her the nickname Ryn. Everything suddenly changes when her father brings home a new wife, and the castle starts acting a little strange. Ryn is able to figure out the new "queen" put an enchantment on her father and brothers, so they only wish to serve her. After Ryn's attempt to stop the queen fails, she is forced to make a deal. For six years, Ryn must stay silent and her brothers will be let free.