by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez (Goodreads Author)
Praise for Book #1
"Alvarez's world is lush with description and atmosphere…" Publishers Weekly
"Chock-full of adventure and twists, making it difficult to put down." School Library Journal
Book #2, STORMBOUND
When Star received his powers on his first birthday, he became the most powerful pegasus in Anok. However, many were afraid to follow him and felt safer staying with their over-stallions. The rest unified with Star and formed River Herd.
But now a horrible plague threatens the five herds, and the heartless over-stallion Rockwing of the Mountain Herd has plans to kidnap Morningleaf, Star's closest companion, and take back Sky Meadow. Star begins to question his ability to keep his herd safe, especially with the threat of Nightwing the Destroyer's return—the pegasus who inherited the starfire before Star and used it for evil. As much as Star wants to rely on his friends again for support, he's afraid of the starfire he's inherited. Star can heal, but he can also destroy. And the question is: Will his dark powers overcome him?
by Steven Ruby
Steve Ruby’s father has passed away and his mother finds it vexing to raise the mischievous experimenter. Steve must now figure out how to deal with all the weird characters surrounding him. Against the cruel and vicious Mrs. Badger, he retaliates with a nickname, and it provokes her so much that her fists clench tight, her body shakes, and her face glows cherry red. Even the vein on her forehead pops out and beams like an emergency light on top of a police cruiser. The neighborhood is teaming with eccentrics with whom he must battle.
Steve’s goal in life is to become an inventor. He is fascinated by gadgets and gizmos: whether big or small, new or old, safe or perilous. His older sister, Katie, is his friend in peace and ally in battle. But even she can’t protect him from his worst enemy: himself. He is far too inquisitive and unpredictable for the adults who constantly worry whether he just might accidentally incinerate the house or inadvertently blow up the dog. To tell the truth, he’s never actually exploded anything or maimed anyone. Then again, he’s only eight. So, there’s lots of time left for being a holy terror. Looks like the road ahead’s going to be rough. [close]
by Laurie McKay (Goodreads Author)
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