Last Updated: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Princess in Training
Princess Viola is great at skateboarding, karate-chopping, and splashing in the moat – but she’s lousy at the royal wave, walk, and waltz. What’s a princess to do? Accept an invitation to Camp Princess, of course! There she can polish her royal skills, and in no time, she’ll be perfectly proper … until a dragon comes along!
Presto and his friend Monty join the carnival to start a magic show. But as their success grows, fame goes to Monty’s head. He begins bossing Presto around, and he always steals the spotlight. Soon, Presto has lost both his show and his friend. Will Monty realize how much he needs Presto before it’s too late?
The World in Your Lunch Box
A unique blend of history and science, here is a tasty exploration of the foods we enjoy every day. Dig right into this feast of fascinating facts. Discover how Romans used black pepper to hold off barbarians or why watermelon was the perfect snack for ancient desert travellers. Amusing illustrations spice up the menu!
A highly acclaimed naturalist, photographer, and author has produced this fabulous book just in time for the Year of the Snake! His patience and skill has resulted in spectacular photos that show the beauty of snake skin and the grace of their movement. Outstanding!
Giving Up the Ghost
Though the paranormal has become normal for Sara, she’s not prepared to deal with a new power: the ability to read minds! What starts off as fun insight into people's thoughts quickly leads Sara down a frightening path. Sara confides in Lady Azura and together they discover that Sara's new ability is not a gift like her other abilities. Rather, it's a curse!
Who Could That Be At This Hour?
In a fading town, far from anyone he knew or trusted, young Lemony Snicket began his apprenticeship in an organization nobody knows about. He started by asking a lot of questions that shouldn't have been on his mind. But he did. Now he has written an account that should not be published, in four volumes that shouldn't be read. But you should.
Not Exactly a Love Story
It’s 1977 and Vinnie is having the worst year of his life. He‘s recovering from the worst case of acne in dermatological history. His girl moved to California without saying goodbye and the ink on his parents’ divorce has barely dried when Mom ships them off to Long Island. Cue the silver lining when he moves next door to Patsy – everyone’s dream girl. Don’t miss this quirky and witty bromance novel that comes awkwardly close to being a love story.
Eternally Yours: an Immortal Beloved Novel
In the first two Immortal Beloved novels, 450-year old ex-party girl Natasya spends time in a rehab for immortals. Between uncovering her parents magical past and flirting with Reyn, a heartbreakingly hot Viking boy, she discovers that someone is killing immortals. Now Natasya is forced to fight back against the darkness and maybe even true love.
For Family Day, a dark, suspenseful, controversial tale originally published in Dutch. Two families struggle to make the hardest decision of their lives, all over the course of one meal. As the meal unfolds, so too does the gripping story that involves both teen sons and a terrible incident.
The Imposter Bride
When a mysterious young woman arrives in post-war Montreal, it is clear she isn’t who she claims to be. She tries to live her life as Lily Azerov but disappears, leaving a new husband and baby daughter and many unanswered questions. Who was she really? Where did she go? A Giller Prize finalist.