Julie Sims in Deep Water by Watt Key is in charge of two clients after her father falls sick. A fun, recreational activity turns into a fight for survival.
In the book, “Game Changer”, an incoming freshman, Teddy, who had a passion towards football, went into a coma for an unknown reason after participating in a football camp.
In each fairy tale, the characters often have a bunch of props with magical powers. What if all of the props in each fairy tale is stored in a library room called the “Grimm Collection,” where only a number people know about it.
“Welcome to our adoption center,” Mr. Blake ushers people inside. Time to please them. Maya barks softly. Kenny shakes his tail. Misty shows her pleading face. I know these tricks, but my limp hind leg is too obvious.
I peered at my watch and hollered another reminder to my dad, who was still smoothing out his navy-blue shirt in front of our living room mirror. He was in his spotless beige khakis pants and new white Nike sneakers, totally dressed up for the annual Chinese New Year parade in D.C.
It is extremely difficult to survive a zombie apocalypse. It is even harder to survive when you are all alone, surrounded by a raft of zombies. Somehow, Jack, a mindless but plucky boy, manages to survive. So far. In the series of The Last Kids on Earth, Max Brallier describes Jack’s adventure of staying alive and saving the world.
The One and Only Ivan delivers a story of compelling events and captivating characters, taking readers on a journey through the lives of animals as they explore the outside world from inside their cage.
Have you ever wondered what happened after the booming, legendary, world-famous Harry Potter series? Then the rehearsal script edition of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne, is the answer to your thoughts.
It is commonly known that the moon is a key force for controlling gravity and tide waves. What will happen to us if the moon is off track? We might not want to imagine the consequences since it could raise immense concerns, but Susan Betha Pfeffer’s science fiction novel “Life as We knew it” delineates an imaginary aftermath of such a disastrous moment for us.
Bang! The gun shot. In the blink of an eye, a boy fell to the ground. In the book “Ghost Boys” by Jewell Parker Rhodes, black boy Jerome Rogers felt his spirit fading and rising up high in the clear, blue sky…