Ying Chang Compestine delivers a delightful spinoff on the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk with this Chinese New Year Tale.
Holler Loudly is not a commandment. Neither is it a verb and an adverb paired.
The cover of Pecan Pie Baby shows a pregnant mother with a young girl in braids hugging her round belly as both finish up what appear to be crumbs on their plates. Sweet, right?
Mummy Mazes is an amazing amalgamation of history, meticulously designed mazes, and archeology.
Howard Owen’s The Reckoning examines the complex relationships between fathers and sons as well as the unerring tendency of the past to haunt the present.
Does it seem like young people are fused to their cell phones these days? That’s just what happens to eighth-grader Samantha Granger through a series of outrageous coincidences.
Pop Quiz: The title, Isle of Dreams, refers to:
Nora MacKenzie lost everything.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth is an absolute delight, sure to please the many fans of this mega-successful series.
There are good eggs and bad eggs in every organization. The U.S. Army is no exception, but the Uniform Code of Military Justice and dishonorable discharges usually take care of the worst.
Standing in the midst of Lafayette Park, skilled assassin John Carr, aka Oliver Stone, breathes in the serenity of his surroundings and peruses the magnificent sight of the White House perhaps for
Very little makes a J. D. Robb fan happier than the release of a new Eve and Roarke story. Indulgence In Death will make those fans downright giddy.
This is a novel that finishes well. That being said, the first half of the novel is a muddy bog.
An old man goes searching for adventure and finds more than he bargained for in a classic Indian tale for readers both young and old.
Sun, Moon, and Wind are all invited to a feast to celebrate the coming of the monsoon.
Sometimes anthologies can be a little hit or miss with some really great stories and some that just fall flat. This is not one of those times.
Allison Leotta’s expertise as a federal prosecutor permeates every page of Law of Attraction, her debut legal thriller.
Sherrilyn Kenyon is a prolific writer of a number of paranormal series. Infinity: Chronicles of Nick, a teen novel, is the first in a series for young adults.
Who knew that the timeless Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol, could be so beautifully re-imagined in such a fresh, exuberant way?
There exists a fascination with Emily Dickinson, a genius in a tiny bedroom scribbling poems that would become legendary. A mythological recluse writing about life, but not participating in it.
At times this story is more corny than funny, more sappy than cute. But overall, it’s a charming tale that forces readers to use a bit of imagination and is engaging until the end.
The horrors of modern warfare are spread across the pages of our newspapers and the screens of our televisions in daily doses that in sheer volume tend to numb us to the futility of the battlefield
This is the first of Lorraine Heath’s latest series, featuring three brothers dubbed “the greatest lovers in England.” In Passions of a Wicked Earl, she certainly makes her case for Morgan
Reading a book by Suzanne Enoch is like stepping into a time machine. She so adeptly transports readers back in time that it’s jarring to finish the book and realize it’s not the 1800s.
Flaming Zeppelins is a book in two parts—Zeppelins West and Flaming London—originally published as two separate books (soon to be three), and it winds up with something of a split personal