If you like friendship stories…READ Every Soul a Star
Setting: Moon Shadow Campground
In alternating chapters, Ali, Bree and Jack tell their stories.
Ally likes the simple things in life-labyrinths, star-gazing, and comet-hunting.
Popular, gorgeous (everybody says so), a future homecoming queen for sure.
Overweight and awkward, Jack is used to spending a lot of time alone. But when opportunity knocks, he finds himself in situations he never would have imagined.
If you like fast-moving plots…READ A Small White Scar
Setting: Colorado – 1940’s
Since his mother’s death, Will’s job has been to look after his twin brother, Denny, who has Down syndrome. The story picks up speed when Will sets out to ride to La Junta to compete in a rodeo. He leaves hoping to break away from the responsibility of looking after Denny, but when he leaves, Denny follows.
Part family tale, part adventure, part journey narrative, this coming-of-age story has an emotional core that will touch even readers who never dreamed of competing in a rodeo.
If you like a page turner with lots of plot twists….READ Skullduggery Pleasant
Twelve-year-old Stephanie inherits her weird uncle’s estate, and must join forces with Skulduggery Pleasant, a skeleton mage (magician), to save the world from the Faceless Ones.
Stephanie and Skulduggery Pleasant must defeat an all-consuming ancient evil.
The end of the world?
Over their dead bodies…
If you like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but want something a little different….READ The Last Invisible Boy
Told in short journal chapters and marvelous drawings…this is the story of 12-year-old Finn and his life-changing summer.1. It’s about an invisible boy.
I don’t want to give anything away, so I’ll tell you what you could probably guess from looking at the cover and flipping through the book.
1. It’s about an invisible boy.
2. There are a bunch of drawings.
3. There are some really funny, really happy moments. (Just so you know, there are also some sad moments too.)