Although February is the shortest month, our readers wasted no time getting in some extra reading. With no shortage of great books to choose from, there was something for everyone in every genre.
The Ties That Bind by Susan L. Markloff is a new YA fantasy novel, the second installment in the Human-Born Era collection.
Owen MacDonald and his sister Erin end up on the adventure of a lifetime after getting swallowed by the Loch Ness Monster and transported to the magical land of Mythatania.
With billions annually in global sales, video games have grown from a niche to a mainstream industry. While most people are familiar with some of the biggest titles on the market, they might not know the stories behind them.
Faces & Lies, by Margaret Podmore Emery, is a tense mystery with show horses at the center. At first, show rider Devin believes she’s on the receiving end of strange, twisted pranks. Someone seems to be following her.
Since it was first published in 1974 by TSR, the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy tabletop role-playing game has captured the imagination of fans from across the world. It is also one of the most enduring games of its kind, with regular updates and new editions being released.
When a jaded thief teams up with an idealistic archaeologist to solve an ancient mystery, they have no idea that their search will lead them to the other side of the universe.
The Two Wolves continues Annabelle’s story from Standing Against the Wind. At the end of the last book, ancestress Annabelle was living peacefully with the Cherokee people, and in the pre
When the Pencil Kingdom and the Eraser Kingdom clash, the rivalry spills out of the pencil box and causes problems at school for poor Emma. Only the powers of teamwork and friendship can save the day in this charming children’s book.