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“You wouldn’t think that going shopping could be dangerous but I’m here to tell you that it is.” At a local flea market, eleven year old Olivia buys what might be a genii bottle from a very nervous man. It was a great bargain for only a quarter. Olivia’s not afraid of any old bottle until back at home she sees something moving in it. She, and neighbors Isabel and Joe, discover that the bottle grants wishes and, of course, things get a little crazy from there. They don’t even know how many wishes they get! Only Isabel’s discovery that they have a limited time to figure out how to free the imp and destroy the bottle can save Olivia from a fate they never could’ve foreseen.
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Notary Public Enemy is sure to keep you in suspense!
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Peter De Stio is a fallen star litigator, his marriage, family, and partnership in a premiere Long Island law firm long gone, settling uneasily into a quiet post-rehab life until scandal erupts thrusting him back into a world he thought he had left forever. Fake deeds have been filed and mortgages taken on a former client’s properties. Millions of dollars are missing, and conspirators are turning up dead. The only lead is Peter’s signature and notary stamp, which appear on the forged documents. His solitude shattered, he must defend himself against accusations of murder and fraud, a disbarment proceeding and a civil suit. His new life threatened, he is reluctantly forced to rely on old skills and the help a network of young lawyers, the old friends and clients still willing to talk to him and twin toddler nephews to find the truth about who he is, and the path to redemption.
Be sure to put The Blabbermouth Club in your child's backpack!
The Blabbermouth Club
By Debbie Shakespeare Smith
When 10-year-old Summer McKay calls a wrong number and finds herself talking to Emily Lear, the class blabbermouth, she becomes flustered and invites Emily to her upcoming slumber party. At the overnight Emily threatens to take over Summer's friends as well as the party. Without thinking, and in an effort to get attention, Summer lies and blurts out that her very common basset hound is an award winning show dog. To make matters worse, every time Summer thinks her boast is forgotten, Emily makes sure everyone remembers. Now, at the teacher's invitation, Summer has to bring her not-so-special dog to class. What she'd really like to do is put a zipper on her big mouth and Emily's too-if she can stand to be around her that long.
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(In)Scribing Gender Explores the Creative Writing Processes of Women
Edited by Jen Westmoreland Bouchard
(In)Scribing Gender explores the creative processes of women writing fiction, non-fiction and poetry from multiple cultural contexts, in different styles, and within and across various disciplines. In these essays, established and emerging female writers from diverse backgrounds expound on topics such as creative inspiration, locating the muse, the limitations and liberties associated with categorization and labels, conducting literary or scholarly research as a woman, cultural perceptions of female writers, female/feminine literature, and gendered representations. This anthology examines how gender shapes an author’s creative process and how gender tints the lens through which literary and/or academic audiences view a writer’s work.
It's Always time to think
The Broomsticks Series
By Sean McHugh and Katie McHugh Parker
Pocky McGuire has no idea why she is different. No one else in her family can levitate books or freeze and angry dog in his tracks. She felt alone in the world until one day she met a strange boy with a goatee. Unlike Pocky, Stamp had no doubt who he was. He was raised by witches and he was a witch. Upon meeting Stamp, Pocky hoped to befriend her magical counterpart and learn a few tricks of the trade. Stamp, however, wanted no part of anything or anyone mortal, including Pocky. Will it take magic to bring these two kindred spirits together? The real magic of Broomsticks is not about the witchcraft! It is about the magic found in a special friendship and the magic of being yourself!
Halloween Kentucky Style
by Charles Suddeth
For Halloween 1959, Mike and Timmy try to trick their cousins, Alice and Rose. The trick is on them when a homeless man and their nine-year-old neighbor team up to give them a Halloween scare that they will never forget.
After Dark: A Collection of Haunting Tales
This chilling collection brings together 24 short stories and even a couple of haunting poems. These stories were brought together and edited by Diversion Press and are available just in time for reading on a crisp, cool evening. Beware though if you decide to read the stories alone.
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