Children - Fantasy/Sci-Fi

My Fox Ate My Homework

By David Blaze

My Fox Ate My Homework by David Blaze is a thrilling fantasy for young readers. Jonah — and he prefers being called Joe — is just eleven when they move. In his new school, he feels out of place. He can’t sing well and is...

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Max's Midnight Adventure

Max's Adventures, Book 3 (Shadows from the Past)
By Wendy Leighton-Porter

Max, the lilac Tonkinese cat, is in trouble again in Max's Midnight Adventure by Wendy Leighton-Porter. Following Uncle Richard into the attic, Max does what he loves best and falls asleep in a comfy dark box. When he wakes, he discovers he has gotten himself...

Magic Dance

By Jeff Lessard

Magic Dance by Jeff Lessard is an enchanting story for children in which they are taken to a part of the forest where one can see fairies and pixies dancing, playing, singing, and flying. The pixies were in blue and the fairies in green, and...

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Max's Christmas Adventure

Max's Adventures, Book 2 (Shadows from the Past)
By Wendy Leighton-Porter

Join Max, a large Tonkinese cat, as he goes on a special mission with the most unlikely of people in Max's Christmas Adventure by Wendy Leighton-Porter. Max is a different kind of cat. With the aid of a magical amulet, he can speak and understand...

Mystical Aria

Seeking the Gallion Queen
By Jean Neff Guthrie

The opening paragraph of Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen by Jean Neff Guthrie introduces us to a seventh-grade girl, Aria Vanir, who is looking at the stars, dreaming and wondering who lived among them. The aliens who receive her message decide to come to...

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Midnight and Little Girl Blue

By Tiffany Golden

Midnight and Little Girl Blue by Tiffany Golden is a wondrous fantasy adventure story that will certainly engage and entertain younger readers. Little Nalla Blue is a child of the blue light, but as the story starts the reader quickly sympathises with this lone young...

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May's Moon

By S. Y. Palmer

May’s Moon by S.Y. Palmer is a middle grade/age nine to twelve story about a lucky young teenager, Michael May, who has been selected from thousands to be in the final ten in a contest to send the first child to the moon. The story...

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Mud on Your Face

By Rachel McGrath

Gus belongs to a big family - a really big family. There are nine children in his family and another one on the way. His parents named the children alphabetically, which puts Gus somewhere in the middle of the family ages. He's seven and he...

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Martian Mustache Mischief

By Brian Rock

Mars needs Ketchup! And they’re coming to take Earth's! Your mission (if you choose to accept) is to join the fight to save Earth’s most precious resource. But be warned, the Martians are trickier than they look – even if they do look like tiny...

Mrinta Quest

A Tale of Zeheryfel
By A. L. Peevey

Mrinta Quest: A Tale of Zeheryfel is a young adult fantasy novel by A.L. Peevey. The plot centers on a young man by the name of Erki, who initially lives quite a spoiled and selfish existence. When disaster strikes his family and Erki’s brother is...

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