Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could live in a magical world? When sixteen-year-old Ivy Lovely crosses a magical border that awakens her magical powers, it sends her on a wild adventure that will keep you reading.
Ivy begins at the Halls of Ivy magic school, where she makes friends and deals with obstacles to find out who she really is. Ivy's magical reality is jeopardized by the Dark Queen - read to find out what happens.
Magic Treehouse Fact Tracker: Heroes for All Times by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce is an amazing book of fun facts and research. It goes with the popular High Time for Heroes story that features the characters many kids love, Jack and Annie. After learning about Florence Nightingale in that adventure, they decide to describe her and five other heroes in this book: Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. (including Rosa Parks’ story), and John Muir.
This story follows the life of Scott, a fifteen-year-old archeologist who’s always loved going on expeditions with his father, Dr. Romo. On Scott and Dr. Romo’s most recent expedition, Scott unearths a bag of magic stones in the cave systems of Uganda, Africa. From the first moment he touches the stones, he’s certain that they’re unique – they give him visions of smoke and fires blazing across a countryside, of women and children screaming, of war and bloodshed before his very eyes.
Ali-A, a popular YouTube gamer, is getting ready to go to one of the largest events of his life: the launch of a new videogame called “Alien Liberator 2.” He’s been given the task of interviewing Mr. Brook Masters, the man who voices the main character in the game. He’s thrilled to be hanging out at the launch with his girlfriend Clare and their adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Eevee. Ali rushes up onto the stage to interview Mr.
Clara’s aunt has a secret, one that could change Clara’s life forever. One person from each generation of Clara’s family is able to shapeshift, and Clara has been chosen. Sadly, her ancestor was cursed by a gypsy that prevented her from changing into animals at will.
The monstrous Baba Yaga, a trickster witch of disastrous proportions, has been working alone for years, terrorizing the town she frequents. She kidnaps children and then threatens to eat those who behave badly. Now, however, she has a problem: she has too much work. She needs an assistant. In a spur-of-the-moment decision, she puts an ad in the local newspaper. And, to her great surprise, a young girl named Masha stumbles upon her walking house. This is the story of how they learn to work together, and how appearances aren’t always as they seem.
A boy who has been sitting alone at lunch for 622 days straight, and who has a mental disorder, learns that his crush's dad just died in a car crash. Together, they face school bullies and the struggles of having a mental disorder in high school. When she comes to him to solve the mystery of why her father actually died, it leads to a clue that unravels the whole story. Then her world is turned upside down by a family secret that changes everything.