The council of Mirrors by Michael Buckley
Sabrina, Daphne, and the rest of the Grimms – except for Granny Relda, whose body has been hijacked by the Master – fight for the freedom of Ferryport Landing in the series’ grand finale. As war rips the town apart, Sabrina consults a team of magic mirrors, who prophesy that the only way the good guys will win is if she leads the army. Sabrina has always wanted to be taken seriously, and now she controls the fate of all the Everafters, the very people who have made her life so difficult since she and Daphne arrived in Ferryport Landing.
Will they listen to a Grimm? And can she really save them?
Check out this ninth and final book in the Sisters Grimm series!
The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
A pilot forced to land in the Sahara meets a little prince. The wise and enchanting stories the prince tells of his own planet with its three volcanoes and a haughty flower are unforgettable.
The Little Prince is the most translated book in the French language. Both moral fable and spiritual autobiography, this new edition will leave you breathless !
The door in the tree, by William Corlett
It is spring and William, Mary and Alice Constant have returned to Golden House for the Easter holidays, anxious to see if the magic will work again. When they are drawn to the Magician’s hideout, through a door in a tree, they learn that the secret to magic is believing ; and through believing they can enter the magic and continue their great task.
Perfect book for every magical fantasy lover!
Captain Awesome and the new kid, by Stan Kirby
Captain Awesome and Nacho Cheese Man are up to their old tricks… saving the universe through the defeat of one bad guy at a time. From Mr. Drools to Dr. Spinach, evil doesn’t stand a chance in Sunnyview!
But when a new student, Sally Williams, joins Ms. Beasley’s class, the Superhero squad is forced to wonder if she is friend or foe. Eugene also contemplates inviting a new feline friend to join the squad, much to Turbo’s disapproval…
Accessible and enormously appealing for young readers!
Zac and the Dream Stealers, by Ross MacKenzie
Footsteps echoed outside in the passage, and someone rapped on the door.
“Come”, Raven ordored, and the door swung open. Zac gasped.
Four figures strode in, all cloaked in black. Their faces were hidden beneath terrifying silver skull masks, and their silver- plated arms crossed their chests. He’d seen an identical figure in his last nightmare!
If you like spooky, creepy, scary books, this one will be perfect for you!