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Tokens and Omens
by Jeri Baird
Guess what kids across the country are talking about? Jeri Baird's Tokens and Omens. It's a book that takes you on an adventure, paying tribute to the game-adventure books of old—remember them?—all the while teaching us an important lesson in life: you must sometimes choose the wrong before the right will mean anything to you. And then there's the business of fate.
The book involves a few teenagers who, by tradition, embark on a special quest where the journey is filled with tests and challenges. With every good they do, they get a token, otherwise they get an omen. Sounds simple, right? Far from it. Not even close, because fate is a trickster, and she doesn't like to be cheated.
While we're not going to tell you any more, we'd love you to check it out and go on the adventure yourself. So wait no more; go read this book today.
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Keep Calm and Scary On
Remember all the monsters you knew and feared while growing up? Well, now imagine some of them being actually good and friendly and clean and nice. While that may be good and dandy in our world, in monster world, it's a no-no. And so starts the troubles and adventures of a group of monster misfits who are also known as the rotten apples among their peers.
Written by the amazing Cynthia Reeg, From the Grave is one funny, witty, and monstrous book you'll not want to miss!"
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When being a zombie's just life
With the talk of monsters and scary things we've been having, you should know by now that Halloween is right around the corner. And it is not Halloween without a tale or two about zombies.
From the same witty minds that brought you Cinderskella and Little Dead Riding Hood comes the humorous, and oftentimes scary, tale of a girl who finds out she may be dead.
And then there's this twist in the story that we're dying to tell you but can't. So, pre-order your copy today and find out for yourself. Meanwhile, feast yourself on book one and two of the series, and let us know how you love them."
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The Joey Parker Movement
by Joey Parker
At just 25 years old, passionate journalist, cultural critic, and social media pro, Joey Parker is paving the way for a new generation. With his hugely successful debut, The Joey Parker Movement, Parker is proving to be a highly motivated journalist on the rise.
From his humble beginnings as a boy coming out in a rural and conservative town in Idaho to a man who's fought his battles and won, Joey Parker inspires and enlightens.
“A must-read for parents, young adults, and teens.” —Deepak Chopra
“I’m so impressed with Joey Parker. He’s definitely an inspiration to young adults to see this positive movement. He’s a humanitarian and wants to create positive energy and do good on to others. I did an interview with him for his blog and was pleasantly surprised by his approach. Often times there is a lot of negativity and with Joey he sees the good and the truth, which is rare. It’s delightful to see this very bright young adult be so incredibly passionate and to be this wonderful voice for many to look up to.” —Denise Richards
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by Mia Siegert
Featured as one of Barnes & Noble top 12 most anticipated Young Adult Indie fiction of 2016, Mia Sigert’s Jerkbait is hailed as “sharply drawn, pointed, and piercing” by award-winning author David Galef. Jerkbait has also been listed twice on Amazon as a new release bestseller. Already receiving positive attention from reviewers, the You Can Play Foundation, and former NFL athlete Chris Kluwe, to name a few, Jerkbait explores the reality of prejudice, stereotypes, and peer pressure among high school athletes, and what it takes to pursue one’s dreams.
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