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A Certain Magical Index, Vol. 2 (Novel)

By Kazuma Kamachi
Authors:
Kazuma Kamachi
In Academy City, magic and science coexist in an unwavering power struggle--and Toma Kamijo has been caught up in the middle of it ever since he met Index, a magical nun who has been implanted with 103,000 ancient texts. When Toma learns from magician Stiyl Magnus that a shrine maiden is being held captive at an Academy City cram school, and that someone from the magical realm might be involved, the one-time enemies team up to save the girl. But it isn't long before the rescue mission takes a turn--will Toma be the one who needs rescuing?!

A Crankenstein Valentine

By Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
Authors:
Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
CRANKENSTEIN! He's BAAAAACK!See what happens to an ordinary kid on the most lovey-dovey, yuckiest day of the year-Valentine's Day! Cheesy cards, allergy-inducing bouquets, and heart-shaped everything? It's enough to turn anyone into a monster!YECHHHH!But Crankenstein might just find a way to turn his sour day sweet... because even the crankiest monsters have hearts!

A Certain Magical Index, Vol. 1 (Novel)

By Kazuma Kamachi
Authors:
Kazuma Kamachi
In Academy City, magic and science coexist in an unwavering power struggle. Toma Kamijo, an academically-challenged student in Academy City, wields the power of the Imagine Breaker in his right hand, which allows him to completely negate all supernatural powers - as well as his own luck. When he happens upon a mysterious nun named Index, whose mind has been implanted with the Index Librorum Prohibitorum - 103,000 ancient texts banned by the Church - Toma's luck is about to be pushed to its limits when he finds himself in the middle of a war he never expected!

Crankenstein

By Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
Authors:
Samantha Berger
Illustrated by:
Dan Santat
He may look like any ordinary, but when faced with a rainy day, a melting popsicle, or an early bedtime, one little boy transforms into a mumbling, grumbling Crankenstein! When Crankenstein meets his match in a fellow Crankenstein, the results could be catastrophic - or they could be just what he needs to brighten his day!

Chamelia and the New Kid in Class

By Ethan Long
Authors:
Ethan Long
It's the first day of school, and Chamelia's teacher introduces the class to a new student, Cooper. Chamelia can't help but envy the attention Cooper receives from their classmates and as he gets under her skin, she schemes to steal the spotlight back. But, in the end, Chamelia learns that it is her kindness that really makes her stand out. Plus, everyone can use a sidekick, right?Chamelia is back in this fun story that highlights her irresistible joie de vivre and voracious appetite for life, while playfully touching on themes about friendship and individuality.

Chowder

By Peter Brown
Authors:
Peter Brown
As hard as he tries, Chowder has never managed to fit in with the other neighborhood dogs. While the neighborhood dogs are content to fetch newspapers and take walks, Chowder spends his days on the computer, dancing with his headphones, and using his favorite toy of all, his telescope. But being different makes Chowder lonely. When a petting zoo opens, Chowder is determined to make friends with the zoo animals. And with a strong kick and a flying leap, Chowder finally finds a place where he can be comfortable being his silly, slobbery self. Chowder is a hilarious and heartwarming story that introduces an endearing new character: a weird but completely loveable bulldog who learns to make friends by being true to his quirks.

Chamelia

By Ethan Long
Authors:
Ethan Long
Most chameleons like to blend in. But not Chamelia.When others zig...Chamelia zags. Like most chameleons, Chamelia is constantly changing her look. But instead of blending in, Chamelia prefers to stand out. She's committed to her bold, fashion forward outfits - accented by fabric collage elements - despite the disparaging looks they inspire from her classmates. But when outrageous ensembles keep Chamelia from participating in her favourite activities, what's a chameleon to do? Find a new way to shine, of course! Chamelia ultimately learns that it's not her clothes that make her a star; it's her sparkling personality. With vibrant colours and plenty of patterns, Chamelia is an endearing new picture book character sure to appeal to fashion-forward fans of Ladybug Girl, Birdie's Big-Girl Shoes, and all things leopard-print.
  • The Crystal Desert

    By Julia Gray
    Authors:
    Julia Gray
    THE CRYSTAL DESERT is the third book in the Guardian Cycle, a sweeping fantasy epic from one of the best new storytellers in the genre.Terrel's destiny is far from clear. In exile from his home, he journeys through a hostile world, with only the spirits from an earlier life and his instincts to guide him.Having crossed two oceans, Terrel finds himself in Misrah. A harsh and barren desert land, survival there is a daily struggle for its nomadic tribes. But Misrah is also a place of many wonders, where superstition is as important as the constant search for water. For Terrel, his magical talents may be all that can save him. And lead him one step closer to discovering the truth of the mysterious prophecies in the Tindaya Code. For more information on this or any other Orbit book, visit the Orbit website at wwww.orbitbooks.co.uk
  • Child Of Flame

    By Kate Elliott
    Authors:
    Kate Elliott
    Lost and alone in an unknown country, Alain struggles to survive as he is unwittingly drawn into an ancient conflict between humankind and their old enemy, the Cursed Ones. Separated from her husband and child, Liath must undergo her greatest test in a land of exile. Only here can she hope to discover the truth of her parentage and learn the extent of her remarkable powers.Mourning the loss of his wife, the bastard prince Sanglant seeks his father,King Henry, to warn him about the conspiracy of powerful sorcerers who wish to destroy the Aoi, the Lost Ones, once and for all - no matter how much destruction their magic will unleash. But King Henry's gaze is fixed on the throne of Aosta and the imperial crown left vacant for two generations. As a Quman army, sweeping in from the eastern steppes, ravages the Wendish countryside, Henry marches south, ignoring the pleas of his beleaguered subjects. The great cataclysm, foretold in the stars, is approaching. . . .Look out for more information on this book and others on the Orbit website at www.orbitbooks.co.uk
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