Charmed, I'm Sure
by Sarah Littman
Rosie, the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, goes on a mission to become the fairest in the land, but a magical compact and a flashy makeover may be turning her into a wicked princess.
Clara Humble and the Not-So-Super Powers
by Anna Humphrey
Clara Humble has a secret: she thinks she might have superpowers. Which is convenient, because things aren't going so well. Students from rival R. R. Reginald are moving into her school for the term, and her favorite neighbor, Momo, is moving to a faraway retirement home. Together with her best friend, Bradley, Clara becomes convinced that her knack for making liquids spill, overhearing her parents' conversations, communicating with her pet chinchilla, and maybe even mind-controlling teachers could be used to put a stop to these injustices.
Girl vs. Boy Band: the Right Track
by Harmony Jones
When three noisy, mischievous rising stars of a British boy band come to Los Angeles to make their first album, they stay in the home of a record producer and her seventh-grade daughter, a talented but painfully shy singer-songwriter, urged by her best friend to step into the spotlight.
Not Your Valentine
by Regina Jennings
A Sleepy Hollow Valentine's Day dance with a boy! NO WAY, NO HOW is 4th grader Honey Moon going to a scary sweetheart dance with that Noah kid. But, after being forced to dance together in PE class, word gets around that Honey likes Noah. Now, she has no choice but to stop Valentine's Day in its tracks.
Paris for Two
by Phoebe Stone
Twelve-year-old Petunia is used to living in the shadow of her fourteen-year-old half-sister, Ava, their mother's favorite, but now that the whole family has moved to Paris for a year, Pet finds herself stepping into the light, making new friends, uncovering secrets, and, inspired by the classic French dolls she has found, revealing an unexpected talent for designing dresses--and her beautiful sister does not take it well.
Snowflake Freezes Up
by Joan Holub
"Snowflake, who isn't sure which fairy tale character she is, stays cool to her classmates in case she might be a villain.
The Secret Destiny of Pixie Piper
by Annabelle Fisher
Fifth grader Pixie Piper has always known she was a little different. She has a wild mop of hair that wont stay put, her best friend is a boy, and to top it all off, shes constantly coming up with rhymes and poems that just seem to pop out of her. Then, when Pixie thinks it cant get any worse, she finds out that she actually is differentshes a descendant of Mother Goose!