Fantasy

Dreamwood by Heather Mackey

Lucy’s father is a ghostologist, but there’s not much call for that anymore.  With the advent of electric lights (which ghosts hate,) the ghosts have died out or gone away.  So he parked her at a prim boarding school and set off for the Pacific Northwest on a new venture.  And soon, Lucy runs off to follow him.  It turns out that the logging business is in a tailspin due to an epidemic called “rust” that is destroying the trees.  When Lucy arrives in the town where her father should be, she finds that he’s missing.

Talon by Julie Kagawa

Teen siblings Ember and Dante have a dangerous secret. They are dragons, trained to act as humans, given one summer to live as regular human teens to test their ability to blend in. Ember wants to spend the 3 months of freedom they have while living as human teens to experience everything a normal human girl would- parties, friendships, love, and more. If they fail, they risk being hunted down and killed and if they succeed, they’re destined to join Talon, the dragon organization set to take over the human world.

Teen Fiction KAGAWA, J.

 

Autumn Falls by Bella Thorne

Following the death of her father, Autumn, her brother, and her mother move down to Aventura, Florida, to help take care of her grandmother. Fortunately, on her first day of school Autumn becomes friends with a quirky group of kids who take her under their wing, and sparks also fly between her and school quarterback Sean. Unfortunately, at the same time she draws the wrath of one of the most popular girls in school, Reenzie, because Reenzie and Sean have been friends for years. 

Emma and the Blue Genie by Cornelia Caroline Funke

Emma and her dog find a floating bottle, and when she pulls the stopper, Emma releases a small, blue genie named Karim.  Karim can’t grant any wishes because an evil yellow genie stole his powerful nose ring.  Now he’s tiny and powerless.  He asks Emma to help him get back his nose ring and he whisks her off on his magic carpet to a city full of scorpions, turbans, desert sands, a dromedary and the evil genie, Sahim.

The Eighth Day by Diane Salerni

Following the death of his father in a car accident, Jax Aubrey is sent to live with his new guardian, Riley Pendare—someone he’s never heard of, let alone met. Riley is incredibly secretive and doesn’t pay much attention to Jax. One day, which Jax believes to be a Thursday, everyone around him disappears, except for a mysterious teenage girl next door that Jax has never seen before. The next day Jax wakes up and finds it’s Thursday again, except this time everyone is back where they belong and the girl next door is gone.

The Princess in Black by Shannon Hale

Princess Magnolia lives in a castle. She wears a lot of pink and has perfect hair.  While enjoying a cup of hot chocolate with busybody Duchess Wigtower, Princess Magnolia’s ring starts to vibrate. It’s a monster alarm that goes off when monsters are threatening the kingdom! Without revealing her secret identity, Magnolia turns into … the Princess in Black and escapes from the castle using her secret entrance. Magnolia discovers a big blue monster has entered the kingdom and threatens to eat goats and wreak havoc on the countryside.

The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel

Will is an artistic boy whose father works on the new mega-train, The Boundless.  It is miles long, and is considered the greatest train ever built.  It is so enormous that it even has a traveling circus!  When Will stumbles upon a crime in progress, he needs to hide on the train to protect himself from the criminals. As he works his way from the caboose to the front, he encounters a circus owner/performer with designs on a magical painting in the front of the train. Together, and with a girl aerialist, they outwit the criminals.  

The Story of Owen by E.K. Johnson

Before the Thorskards moved to Trondheim, Ontario, the small town didn’t have a permanent dragon slayer.  Most large towns and cities employ dragon slayers, but with the profession lacking new talent, supply and demand creates problems for the average town. Having famous dragon-slayer Lottie Thorskard move to town is like winning the lotto!  Dragons are a constant threat, their insatiable appetites competing with mankind’s need for fossil fuels.

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