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Frogkisser!
Evil Duke Rikard likes to turn people into frogs, and that’s not even his worst quality. When the Duke decides to take over the Kingdom, pushing aside the rightful heir, Princess Anya rallies to save the day. With a magical potion and a kiss, Anya is able to reverse the frog curse. This earns her the nickname Frogkisser. But it’s going to take more than a few kisses to overthrow the… Continue
Vincent and Theo
Most people know Vincent Van Gogh, but without his brother Theo, there might not have been a Starry Night. Theo was Vincent’s closest confidant, and this book delves into a relationship that included writing over 600 letters to each other. Theo, a gallery owner, was key in promoting Vincent’s talent. Although great fame eluded him during his life, the emotional and financial support… Continue
The young champion's mind : how to think, train, and thrive like an elite athlete
Jim Afremow is a sports psychologist known for his book The Champion’s Mind. He has worked with elite professional athletes and Olympians. His newest book is geared toward high school and middle school students and covers how to balance school and sports, playing on a team and making long-term progress. Afremow knows that a good athlete must be of sound mind, body and spirit, making this… Continue
Save the Date
Dum dum da dummm, it’s a wedding! Charlie’s older sister, Linnie, is getting married. Charlie can’t wait to get the family together one last time before their parents sell the family home and she heads to college. It’s been forever since the five siblings have been together at one time. It’s going to be a perfect weekend…or so she thinks! The chaos that… Continue
The Darkest Minds
Ruby is a survivor. Unlike most kids in the United States who died from disease, Ruby lived. She now has special powers that she can’t control. The government sent her to a “rehabilitation camp,” but they can’t keep her down. She manages to escape and finds an entire group of teens who have powers too. Read the dystopian novel now and catch the movie being released on… Continue
My Hero Academia
Izuku Midoriya feels powerless. 80 percent of the world's population has superpowers known as “Quirks,” but Poor Izuku has no Quirk. This doesn't stop him from wanting to be a superhero and studying at U.A. High School, which specializes in developing powers. However, luck is on Izuku’s side when the greatest hero of all, named All Might, sees potential in Izuku and shares some… Continue