Seventeen-year-old Victoria escapes an abusive father by joining the VanDrexel Family Circus in 1965, and fifty years later her writings guide her granddaughter, sixteen-year-old Callie, in facing the uncharted waters of public high school.
After twelve-year-old Anya fails to make the soccer team, she decides to pursue her true passion, musical theater, and, with the help of her sister and new friend Austin, pulls together a summer theater troupe.
The Warriors series meets Redwall in this first book in an epic animal adventure series set in the subway tunnels of Brooklyn. Hopper is just an ordinary pet shop mouse before he escapes. Soon he finds himself below the bustling streets of Brooklyn, deep within the untamed tangles of transit tunnels, and in Atlantia, a glorious utopian rat civilization.But aBut all is not what it seems. Though Hopper is treated as a royal guest, he misses his siblings...
A brave pet shop mouse named Hopper attempts to rebuild a fallen empire in the underground rat civilization of Atlantia, located in the subway tunnels of Brooklyn, while Queen Felina and her band of street cats declare open season on the rodents.
Althought Felina the cat queen is gone, the subway tunnels are still dangerous, not only because of Hopper's rogue brother Pup and his arachnid companion Hacklemesh, but also due to a secret Firren has been hiding that worries her more than the disappearance of her daughter, Hope. Includes a bonus story, ATLANTIA RISING: How it All Began.
"After the successful first performance by the Random Farm Kids' Theater troupe, founder and director twelve-year-old Anya Wallach turns her attention to their second show. But trouble rears its head when their barn venue is jeopardized. Is the second show doomed before they even start rehearsal?"--Provided by the publisher.
Lisa Fiedler gives a feminine twist to Shakespeare's Hamlet with Dating Hamlet, which garnered rave reviews from KLIATT, Publishers Weekly, and School Library Journal. Hamlet's uncle Claudius has murdered his father and overtaken the throne. Ophelia, Hamlet's girlfriend, takes an active role in Hamlet's quest for revenge. She'll do anything--including feign madness--to help Hamlet get Claudius to admit his atrocities. ...highly imaginative, lyrical...
Hopper escapes a pet shop and soon finds himself in the tangle of Brooklyn's transit tunnels in Atlantia, a utopian rat civilization where Hopper is treated as a royal guest until a multi-generational and multi-species battle breaks out and Hopper learns terrible, extraordinary secrets, including one about his destiny.
In a story based on the Shakespeare play, Ophelia describes her relationship with Hamlet, learns the truth about her own father, and recounts the complicated events following the murder of Hamlet's father.
In a story based on the Shakespeare play, sixteen-year-old Roseline, who is studying to be a healer, becomes romantically entangled with the Montague family even as her beloved young cousin, Juliet Capulet, defies the family feud to secretly marry Romeo.
Chloe never thought she'd have a friend as stylish, confident... or mysterious as Taylor. And Taylor definitely has secrets. She doesn't like to talk about where she's from, and she has a weird habit of predicting things before they happen. And she has a nasty jealous streak. Sometimes Taylor gets so green with envy she doesn't even seem human. So when a string of "accidents" hurts everyone who's ever had something Taylor wanted, Chloe is scared for...