Genre - Young Adult Fiction

Barely eighteen-year-old heroine Valentine Shapiro got a raw deal in the parent lottery. Her father was part incubus demon, and her mother’s never forgiven her for that.
Life after high school is tough enough without having to go 15 rounds with your inner demon.
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One day Persephone is an ordinary high school junior working at her mom’s flower shop in Athens, Georgia. The next she’s fighting off Boreas, the brutal god of Winter, and learning that she’s a bonafide goddess-a rare daughter of the now-dead Zeus. Her goddess mom whisks her off to the Underworld to hide until Spring.
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Frances Hodgson Burnett penned “The Secret Garden,” a timeless classic of children’s literature that first captivated readers in 1911. Burnett’s masterful storytelling transports readers into a world of magic and wonder, where the mysteries of the heart and the miracles of nature converge in a tale that resonates across generations.
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In Mark Twain’s timeless novel “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” readers are thrust into the lively world of a mischievous young boy named Tom Sawyer. Set in the fictional town of St. Petersburg, Missouri, along the banks of the Mississippi River, the story unfolds as Tom embarks on a series of daring escapades and thrilling adventures. From whitewashing a fence to searching for buried treasure, Tom’s exploits captivate readers and offer a glimpse into the carefree days of … Read More

“Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott is a timeless classic that has enchanted readers for generations. Published in 1868, this beloved novel follows the lives of the four March sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy—as they navigate the trials and triumphs of adolescence in Civil War-era New England.
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“Stand by for Mars!” is a science fiction novel written by Carey Rockwell, a pseudonym used by the authors Harold L. Goodwin and Willy Ley. The book was published in 1952 and is part of the “Tom Corbett, Space Cadet” series.
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High school is full of monsters. Brian’s high school may be surrounded by a tall iron fence, but that doesn’t stop him and his friends from ditching school. When they return for a stagecraft class (easy A!), they find the school and surrounding city in the grip of a plague transforming victims into necrotic monsters seeking living bone marrow to feed upon. With the school in chaos, Brian’s only chance of survival is to stay barricaded in the performing arts department. His heart won’t al… Read More

“Peter and Wendy” is a novel by J.M. Barrie about a boy named Peter Pan who refuses to grow up and a young girl named Wendy Darling, who he takes to the magical world of Neverland along with her brothers. They encounter the Lost Boys, a band of orphaned boys, and Captain Hook, a villainous pirate who seeks revenge against Peter. The story explores themes of childhood, imagination, and the fear of growing up. In the end, Wendy and her brothers return to London, but Peter promises to visit the… Read More

First published in 1883, Treasure Island is one of the most famous pirate stories ever written. The story is told by Jim Hawkins, a young boy who discovers the whereabouts of a buried treasure, and then sets off to find the treasure with Dr. Livesey and Squire Trelawney. They hire hands to work the ship, the Hispaniola. Among the crew is Long John Silver, who is out to get the treasure for himself and the crew.
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