Twin sisters Jack and Jill were 17 when they found their way home and were packed off to Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children. This is the story of what happened first…
Category: Young Adult readers
Nancy tumbled once, but came back. The things she’s experienced…they change a person. Miss West understands too well. And each child seeks a way back to their own fantasy world.
Thrust into the unwelcoming and snobbish Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, Evie Johnson is isolated in its oppressive gloom, her only friend a young man who may be hiding his past from her.
It starts with a cry in the night, an unexpected evil that transforms Philadelphia and the weak into nightmares, causing the city to come alive with horrors.
Inspiration comes from an unexpected source when David moves in with Elizabeth Pennykettle and her eleven-year-old daughter, Lucy, and he discovers a new love.
Two years after Camp Green Lake, Armpit is home in Austin. With a record, everyone expects the worst except disabled neighbor Ginnymm as they take small steps on the right path.
Found guilty of witchcraft, Liara is banished but taken in by the Wizard of Parentino who refuses to teach her, leaving her prey to her own dark thoughts.
An anthology of twenty-two short stories in a mixed bag of quality in this tenth in the Tales of Valdemar subseries as part of the Valdemar series.
Victor plans to kill every Sinclair. But Lila Merriweather won’t let him, for she’s got places to break into, stuff to steal, and Devon Sinclair fighting right by my side.
Audrey’s anxiety disorder is debilitating, and it takes Linus to push her into trying, all within the laughing you’ll do as you read teen sarcasm about her family.