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Gil Marsh

By: A.C.E. Bauer

Good looking, athletic, and smart, Gil Marsh is the most popular kid at Uruk High School. When Enko, a new kid from Montreal, shows up, Gil is wary. Yet Enko is easy going and matches Gil's athletic prowess...

The Wednesdays

By: Julie Bourbeau
illustrated by: Jason Beene

Max’s village is absolutely normal in every single way and on every single day—except Wednesday. Most of the townsfolk shutter their windows and lock their doors to hide away from the many...

The Nine Pound Hammer

By: John Claude Bemis

What if John Henry had a son?Twelve-year-old Ray is haunted by the strangest memories of his father, whom Ray swears could speak to animals. Now an orphan, Ray jumps from a train going through the American...


The White City

By: John Claude Bemis

In The Nine Pound Hammer, John Bemis introduced middle-grade readers to a whole new approach to epic fantasy, founded on characters and themes from American mythology and lore, including the legend of...

The Glass Puzzle

By: Christine Brodien-Jones

Eleven-year-old Zoé Badger, imaginative, carefree and adventurous, lives a transient life, moving with her mother from one town to the next—except for summers, when she stays with her granddad...

The Mask of Anubis (House of Anubis)

By: J. E. Bright
illustrated by: Random House

House of Anubis is a suspenseful live-action show on Nickelodeon and TeenNick that follows the lives of students at a British boarding school. Tweens ages 8-12 will be captivated by this 128-page novelization...


The Coming of the Dragon

By: Rebecca Barnhouse

Rebecca Barnhouse weaves Norse gods, blood feuds, and a terrifying dragon into this spectacular historical fantasy, a retelling of the end of the Old English poem Beowulf.When he was a baby, Rune washed...