This true story about an American hero will leave you wanting more!
Using spells, contacting dead people, and having the power to create natural disasters isn’t the everyday book you read.
In this chilling mystery/thriller, a group of friends learns the meaning of sacrifice, the need to be loyal, and the strength to be brave. In this twist to the story, it is from our brave heroine, Celia Parkinson.
You are a baby alien scouting Earth. But what will happen to you on your dangerous mission?
In this chilling mystery/thriller, a group of friends learns the meaning of sacrifice, the need to be loyal, and the strength to be brave.
A little girl falls into a deep sleep, upon awakening she discovers that she is in a castle - far from home.
Susan was running. Running faster then she ever had before. You see, she finally out of the experiment room thingie(as she describe it) and was running for her dear life.
Here's a spine tingling story just in time for Halloween. Beware easily scared!
If you all have read the Alison Dare books you would know what the scientist was talking about. Yep, he was allergic to the coconut pie,or in other words, coconut. So Susan had another idea.
Susan always had a solution to a problem. This time,the sleeping gas had seemed to affected that talent.
The soldier released sleeping gas putting Susan to sleep. When Susan woke up,she immediately started trying to figure things out.
Susan paid a lot of attention history class. So she knew about WW2 and such. but she didn't know about the alien soldiers. So she didn't plan to avoid the street corners.
Of course Susan didn't know what was going on. Not the even the slightest idea. She landed in a park. A very old park. The box didn't come along.
Susan Garcia never expected to learn how to time travel. Never,she even thought it was a plain old fantasy. Then one sunny bright morning in the heat of June, she learned how.
I watched the snow fall outside my window. A mother, father, and child come up to the door to carol.
What would you do if your brother was betrothed to your mortal enemy?
A world with no green. People fighting to the death for entertainment. A world gone horribly wrong.
Cambria Pilger writes, Once upon a time, there was a small town called Animalia.
Cambria Pilger writes, Chapter 1"Ah," said Ann as she woke up on Saturday morning.
Cambria Pilger writes, It was a cold evening in Central Park, New York.
Cambria Pilger writes, Once there was a mermaid.
Gabi Curry writes, In early February teachers gathered at the Hyatt and Marriott Hotels in DTC eager to learn how to become better reading ...
Susan Cheng writes, Kids solving the world's problems.
Cambria Pilger writes, One nice summer day my friend, Claire, and I were playing in the calm streets.
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