A vibrantly adapted, previously unfinished children's story completed from Mark Twain's fragmentary notes follows the story of a quietly courageous boy who receives a gift of magical seeds that enable him to speak with animals during a quest to rescue a kidnapped prince.
A laugh-out-loud collection of poems blends wit and wordplay with nonsense and oxymoron on misnumbered pages that can only be deciphered by a certain code-cracking poem. Illustrated by the Caldecott Honor-winning artist of The Stinky Cheese Man.
Picking up immediately after the events of The Last Ever After, the latest entry in "The School for Good and Evil" series follows favorite characters Sophie, Tedros and Agatha as they leave the castles and embark on assigned quests for glory. Illustrations by Iacopo Bruno.
An official tie-in to the globally popular video game traces the story of a new hero stranded in the world of Minecraft who must survive a harsh environment while unraveling the secrets of a mysterious island. By the best-selling author of World War Z.
It's summertime, which means Wonder Woman has to take her annual trip to visit her dad, Zeus, and this time she's bringing a few of her super-friends along. When the girls arrive at Olympus, it's not long before the family reunion devolves into a family competition and the gods offer Wonder Woman the ability to become "full goddess" to increase her powers, but at the cost of renouncing her life at Super Hero High.
Catrina and her family have moved to the coast of Northern California for the sake of her little sister, Maya, who has cystic fibrosis — and Cat is even less happy about the move when she is told that her new town is inhabited by ghosts, and Maya sets her heart on meeting one.
Tintin, a young reporter, and his dog Snowy journey around the world, and even to the Moon, seeking adventure and solving mysteries
When six young friends discover that their parents are all secretly super-powered villians, they run away together and find strength in one another to overcome their evil legacy.
The author recounts in graphic novel format her experiences with hearing loss at a young age, including using a bulky hearing aid, learning how to lip read, and determining her "superpower."
After moving into an old ancestral home, Emily and Navin's mother is kidnapped and dragged down the basement stairs by a mysterious creature. Following their mother the kids find themselves in a magical but dangerous world of man-eating demons, a mechanical rabbit, and shadowy enemies.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang's funny and sensitive drawings weave together the stories of Jin Wang, a Chinese-American kid who just wants to fit in at his new school; basketball player Danny, whose life is bedeviled by his stereotypical cousin Chin-Kee; and the mythical Monkey King, whose desire to become a god gets him in rather a lot of trouble.
A Pakistani-American Muslim girl struggles to stay true to her family's vibrant culture while simultaneously blending in at school in the wake of a community tragedy. By the award-winning author of Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns.
The author of The Day the Crayons Quit and the illustrator of Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich present a laugh-out-loud tribute to the fictional warriors who invented a classic childhood game.