If you or your teens love Bible stories, "Ayal the Arrow Boy" is an enjoyable read with a likable protagonist. It gives a name and a face to a person that is merely swept over in the biblical accounts. The book is a combination of suspense, thrills, and educational material.
“Life of a Firefly” by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt, is a captivating story about a little girl named Sandy Forte and her adventures growing up. Sandy will win the hearts of teenagers and adults alike as a mischievous girl that somehow maintains an innocence about her that is fresh and unique.
Burnette offers an honest take on female friendships, especially at such a turbulent age, and features the struggle that every young teenage girl will eventually go through: doing what is best for them and following their intuition.
“The Gifts of Happiness” is Oliver Smuhar’s thrilling sequel to his hit novel, “The Gifts of Life.” In this follow up, readers find themselves back in Everbreen and the Town of Tents with Perry, Faith, Bailey, and the rest of the crew.
Melissa Flesher’s “PERL: The Awakening” introduces readers to a special young girl named Perl. As a baby, Perl surprised a local order of monks, called the Brotherhood of the Quill, by washing ashore as a passenger on a beached whale.
“Stone Fever” is a clever blend of two civilizations in a sci-fi action adventure for young adults but I don’t think the audience is limited to that age group. It’s an action-packed journey that will be enjoyed by all age groups.