The Uncommoners: The Crooked Sixpence by Jennifer Bell is a suspense-packed roller coaster ride into a world where a vacuum cleaner can fly, candles are an invisibility tool, and a yo-yo is a defense mechanism. In the underground city of Luminor, almost every object has a hidden talent.
Living the life of a mercenary isn’t complicated. You fight other people’s battles for them and then get payed a generous sum. You can get hired for many things such as finding weapons, saving some lives, and ending others. But what happens once you stumble across a war worth fighting?
Twelve is the right age to learn how to use a homemade time machine, meet your dead father in the past, and somehow get home without getting caught in a time paradox, right? On his twelfth birthday, Al gets a letter from his father that died four years earlier. In it, his father asks Al to go back in time and prevent the accident that ended his life.
Do dogs feel jealousy? Do dogs seek revenge? Look into one dog's mind to gain incite from a dog's point of view. All this and more in Victoria J. Coe's new book, Fenway and Hattie and the Evil Bunny Gang.