No matter who you are, do not steal Juan Cabrillo’s and The Corporation’s money, even if you are a notorious hacker or a rogue Ukranian captain pursuing Napoleon’s riches.
Month: July 2016
A gorgeous (and sophisticated) book on color and emotions that will appeal to children and adults. It also provides a safe leaping-off point for children to discuss their emotions with mom and dad.
Having lost her memory and disappeared to Sleepy Hollow, Charley is in desperate danger as Reyes has learned that Earl James Walker is there too. And Charley has just discovered she’s a god with no control over powers that could destroy the universe.
Check out this Word Confusion from KD Did It, to discover the difference between likely and liable…one is definitely better than the other.
The hated stepmother, Queen Levana, tortures the Princess Winter to the point she’ll ally with Cinder and her friends in this finale to The Lunar Chronicles series.
A wartime thriller of spies, murders, and cover-ups while Troy, a determined Scotland Yard sergeant, does his best to catch the murderer in 1944 London.
Weak moments can occur any day of the week for any kind of Word Confusion. This one’s from KD Did It — just to confuse you a bit more.
As the Brotherhood readies for an attack on the lessers, Rhage fights his own battle. A panicked question that spreads, even as Mary suffers her own crisis.
Who knew?! Dr. Seuss for adults, the oldsters among us, as Seuss makes fun of deteriorating health and the machinations of hospitals and doctors.
An impossible crime, a freak snowstorm, a killer prowling the stranded vehicles, and a mother and child on the run. Can Bryant and May solve the crimes? And survive the snow?