Dragons, magic, and more...
Welcome to Shifter's University!
Claire Pratten has a secret -- one that she's never shared with a soul. Whenever she is frightened, her "other" self comes out. Normally she has no problem hiding what she is, but lately life at her foster home has gotten harder and keeping her secret is getting tougher.
Logan Fairmont is a dragon shifter and more than accustomed to looking out for himself -- and others. In fact, he is one of the few Imperium University students tasked with spending weekends in the city, searching for young shapeshifters on the edge of revealing their magic to the human race. When he finds Claire, Logan knows she will need the help of the University and its teachers to blend into society.
He thinks he knows what she is.
But magic is never quite so simple.
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Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 216 Pages (8,030 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
Max Turner and the athletes of TNT Force Cheer Nitro have one goal: to win. With only two weeks left until the biggest cheerleading competition of the season, every second in the gym counts more than ever. Pushing her body to the limit, Max and her teammates are ready for redemption and their shot at glory. But, just like in life, things in cheer don't always go as planned. So much so, the team is left reeling and unsure if the routine they have worked on all season will give them a shot to win, or just another chance to be mocked and made fun of on social media. Knowing they only have two and a half minutes to show the world what they are made of, Nitro will have to fight like never before. But, the real question is, will even their best be enough? With time running out to perfect their routine, Max and her teammates can only hope that together they can do enough to end their season on top.
Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 157 Pages (2,327 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
Welcome to Alexander's world. As the youngest polar bear cub in the royal family, everyone has certain expectations of him. But he's not like everyone else. He struggles to fight and fish (the two most important skills every polar bear needs). He's an easy target for the bullies. And his big brother Leo is brilliant at everything. It's only when Alexander's special abilities and markings single him out that he begins to come into his own.
Events unfold and he has to grow up quickly. The broken-hearted, brave polar bear has to leave behind all those he loves in order to save them. With his trusted pal, Cooper, by his side, the pair embark on a mission that will change their lives and scare them half to death. They have to flee from a vicious attack, save the kingdom, prevent Naomi from being forced into marriage with the enemy, find help, and, most importantly, survive.
Join Alexander and his magical pals as he takes on the biggest challenge of his life, learns who his real friends ...
Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 413 Pages (2,287 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
In The Boys from Old Florida, Buddy Martin takes the reader beneath the surface of Florida football as, without bias or sugar coating, he skillfully excavates the truths behind "The Gator Nation." In this book, Martin, a Florida native, has chronicled the real stories of Gator coaches and players through their own eyes and in their words over a 55-year period since 1950 -- and not all are valentines. The school asked all but one of the coaches interviewed to leave or move up. Some players became estranged or never really felt appreciated. Yet, others are forever grateful for their experience as Gator players and feel a sense of brotherhood. Liberating moments such as the arrival of Ray Graves come to life through the words of somebody who experienced it firsthand. Martin's fresh investigations have bolstered his sharp memory of those moments as they unfolded, including Graves's firing after a fairy tale season with his "Super Sophs."
Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 304 Pages (1,085 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 3rd, 2020
The "Great American Novel" was a concept illustrating the essence of a generation and its defining influences. Jim Doucette represents an American dream realized, although his journey to the 'Great American' ideal was at times, simply, 'Not-So-Great.' Jim invites us to look at this Dream through an era of post-war time, arising commerce, and the technology boom of cable television. In his entertaining memoir, he shares his journey from the farmlands of Maine to the streets of Brooklyn in the 1940s and 50s, and later reveals the backstage life of the cable television industry. Jim's unabashed style unveils the truth of politics in business, the tug-of-war between success and family, and the deeper, spiritual threads of life that inspired him. In this age of progress, The Not-So-Great American Novel is a refreshingly forthright narrative of irony and wisdom that will enlighten generations to come.
Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 244 Pages (1,420 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020
The first step is admitting you have a magic ring problem.
There's no place like home for the holidays. Rae Schwarz is expected at her *ancestral* home, with its dark luxury, fairy-tale grandeur, and centralizing obsession. Fortunately, she's a better witch than ever, and with people she can count on.
But will Rae be able to keep her head on straight, faced with everything she ever wanted? Addictions, after all, can run in families, even magical families.
Midnight or Something Darker concludes the story told in You're Not a Real Goth Until You Sack Rome and SPF 1066.
Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 245 Pages (2,460 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 2nd, 2020