Ten-year-old Stanley Delacourt’s best friend has just been killed. Then the town library—where Stanley lives and works—is burned to the ground. The villain behind these tragedies? It’s the kingdom’s new leader, Christopher Siren. Stanley vows to confront Siren, but in order to do so he must undertake a perilous journey involving sword-wielding knights, kidnapper fairies, and dark magic. If you enjoy the fantasy works of Rick Riordan, Lemony Snicket, or Philip Pullman, then explore the world of Stanley Delacourt today!
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Teenage tarot-reader Sherry is excited to explore Paris—until she’s kidnapped by vampires. They take her to the House of Cadamon: their lair beneath the city. Sherry’s only hope of escape is a kindhearted vampire named Lucas with whom she falls in love. The situation becomes even more dire when one terrible fortune by Sherry comes true, resulting in another vampire’s quest for vengeance. With its breathtaking setting, fast-moving plot, and strong-willed heroine, this paranormal romance will keep you spellbound!
Ten-year-old Wikkley McStag and his family are farmers, happy to work the land. But then they—and other royal subjects–are forced to buy strange machines. Money starts running out. Now the McStags have two days before they lose their farm. As the eldest child, Wikkley must journey to the palace and ask for the king’s help. But will the king listen?
From the fantasy world of The Adventures of Stanley Delacourt comes another alternate-medieval adventure. If you like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, don’t miss the chance to meet Wikkley McStag!
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The people of Hamelin have a rat problem, so the mayor thinks of a way to solve it. He offers twenty golds to a piper to rid the town of rodents. He delivers only five. Think you know everything about this folktale? Here, you’ll learn what really happened when a magical musician came to Hamelin. Fans of witty fairy tales will love this middle-grade short story (about 5,000 words, or twenty pages).
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