Battle of the Bands
by Jen Calonita
Twelve-year old Mackenzie "Mac" Lowell accompanies her favorite boy band, Perfect Storm, on another road trip and chronicles her experiences on tour.
by Sarwat Chadda
Amy and Dan are shocked to learn that Outcast, a violent renegade who is threatening the lives of innocent people, may be a Cahill family member who is determined to exact revenge.
Peril at the Top of the World
by James Patterson
When a set of priceless paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt go missing in Russia, the Kidd siblings head to St. Petersburg and the wild Arctic tundra to find the bad guys and locate the treasure.
by Mike Storey
When one young Teddycat's selfish decision exposes his whole jungle community, he risks everything to save those he loves.
The Candymakers and the Great Chocolate Chase
by Wendy Mass
When The Candymaker proposes that Logan, Miles, Philip, and Daisy go on a road trip to promote the new, winning Harmonicandy they uncover a decades-old secret that challenges them to trust themselves and determine what really matters.
The Color of Darkness
by Ruth Haltfield
Danny thinks he's left magic and mystery behind, but Sammael, a creature of terrible imagination, refuses to let him go. A strange new girl, Cath, enters Danny's world, bringing with her a message: Danny's cousin Tom has sold his soul to Sammael. It's up to Danny and Cath to find Tom and stop Sammael, who seeks to destroy humankind once and for all
The Distance to Home
by Jenn Bishop
Baseball player and superfan Quinnen must struggle to deal with her older sister's death in a story that unfolds between two summers.
The Enemy Above
by Michael P. Spradlin
In 1942 twelve-year-old Anton, his family, and their small community of Ukrainian Jews are hiding from the advancing Nazis troops, and from the Gestapo, in a web of underground caves, and one officer in particular, Major Karl Von Duesen, is determined to catch or kill every Jew he can find--but as the tide of war turns, a final confrontation between Anton and his enemy is looming.
The Imagination Box
by Martyn Ford
A ten-year-old orphan discovers a box that can make the things he imagines become real and must keep the contraption from getting into the wrong hands with the help of a professor, his granddaughter, and a well-versed finger monkey.
The Ministry of SUITs
by Paul Gamble
Jack Pearse and Trudy Emerson are the newest recruits to SUIT--the Strange, Unusual, and Impossible Things ministry--and must investigate unconfirmed signs of pirates as well as the disappearance of oddball kids in Belfast.