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My Little Pony: The Movie came out to theater early in October, and there’s a new toy based on two places in the film!

Magnus Chase, son of Frey, the Norse god of summer and health, is gone. When he died, he became an einheri, one of the warriors who perished in battle. The einherjar’s spirits reside in Valhalla. Ever since he passed away, Magnus has been put in more dangerous situations than anybody could imagine. At the outset of the story, Loki, the trickster god, is preparing to set sail on his ship with a crew of zombie vikings to start the apocalypse (Ragnarok). Magnus must stop Loki or all of the nine worlds will come to an end!
 

Corinne La Mer used to have a normal life – she loved her father, had friends, and even grew the sweetest oranges on the island – until she learned she is half jumbie.

    Recently, everyone has been all over Wonder Woman, partly because of the popular movie that came out this summer. But not all of Wonder Woman is World War One and popular love/war stories. Meet Wonder Woman: Warbringer by bestselling author Leigh Bardugo. It’s a completely different story from the favored blockbuster and is even set in a different time period.

The beggining of Winnie the Pooh is shared with the world in a new film 

Snow and Rose are two sisters they have always lived in a grand house with lots of rooms and big gardens. That is until thier father goes on a buisness trip and never comes back.

Envision the seamless melding of opposite genres combining the labor of 2 opposite world-renowned literary geniuses to rise the phoenix of a masterpiece from the ashes of the gears grinding in the minds of R.L. Stine and Marc Brown. That vision has become a reality with the children’s book “Mary McScary”, cleverly written by R.L. Stine and stunningly illustrated by Marc Brown. 

Girls coding? What’s so special about it?

Have you ever seen a world where an umbrella can let you float down the side of a building, a cat can be as big as an elephant, and a hotel room can morph to fit your preferences? Have you ever seen Santa and the Yule Queen duel with feats of festivity, or traveled on the Gossamer Line? Explore the magical land of Nevermoor, in The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend. 

Project Terra: Crash Course by Landry Q. Walker is undoubtedly a very weird story, but even though most of the characters seem like there is almost no way for them to exist, is based on the actual theory of terraforming, or creating planets using science.

Lost. Scared. Hungry. Your stomach cries out every time you take a step. It was like an internal itch you could not scratch.

The third book in the Secret Coders series, Secrets and Sequences by Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes, is out, and it’s packed with adventure.

Jake The Fake Keeps It Real is an entertaining lesson learned book for kids in the 5th and 6th grade.

Seventh grade girl, Beatrix Lee, has an interesting year in “The Way to Bea,” by author Kat Yeh. 

"The Losers Club" written by Andrew Clements is a story following the first couple weeks of Alec's 6th grade struggle of having a addiction of reading popular books.

Transcendent, a book written by Katelyn Detweiler, is a book about a 17 year old girl named Iris, who had just heard about Disney world being bombed by terrorists, and people are suspicing of her being a child of a virgin who could help alot of people.

Lucy and Andy return in a poorly conceived comic book.

The Bonaventure Adventures by Rachelle Delaney, a wonderful story of friendship and hardship. 

Stella Rodriguez is a pretty average girl, she wants to work at NASA, has a whole bunch of curiosity, and badly wants a dog. But when a black hole follows her home it might be a little more to handle than the dog she wanted.

Celia Peréz's First Rule of Punk reminds you to always be yourself, even through the tough times. 

Imagine going through life not remembering what happened the day before. "The One Memory Of Flora Banks" by Emily Barr is about a seventeen year old girl who has amnesia. 

The War I Finally Won by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley follows the story of 12 year old Ada Smith after the events described in the preceding novel The War That Saved My Life.