“The Witchfinder’s Serpent” by Rande Goodwin
“The Witchfinder’s Serpent” by Rande Goodwin 678 1024 Reader Views Kids
Rande Goodwin’s “The Witchfinder’s Serpent” engages elements of historical facts to tell an intriguing mystery of two brothers who are confronted by a dreadful enemy. This hostile force uses horrid magic to get back his valuable magical antique which found an accidental place with the brothers.  read more
“The Adventures of Mulberry Manor” by Jay W. Foreman
“The Adventures of Mulberry Manor” by Jay W. Foreman 683 1024 Reader Views Kids
“The Adventures of Mulberry Manor, Book 1: The Beginning of the End” by Jay W. Foreman is a fast-paced young adult book brimming with sci-fi and fantasy. Told from the third person perspective, the engrossing story follows Jade Nicholson as she vows to do whatever is necessary to secure her mother’s safe return. Unfortunately, that means jeopardizing her and her brother’s safety by battling angry Reptivians and opening the door to another portal, which could have catastrophic consequences. Jade knows she will never get answers by playing it safe; she must use her resources and leave no stone unturned to get her family back. read more
“Seventeen to Millionaire” by Douglas Price
“Seventeen to Millionaire” by Douglas Price 672 1024 Reader Views Kids
Author Douglas Price, who wrote “Seventeen to Millionaire,” offers sound advice to seventeen-year-olds coming of age to open a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA). This is suggested to help them start saving money without being taxed on anything that accrues in that account over time. Even though he has no financial degree or financial background, the advice he offers is sound enough to make complete sense to his readers. read more
“Missing Reflections” by Robert Cavazos
“Missing Reflections” by Robert Cavazos 663 1024 Reader Views Kids
In “Missing Reflections: A Novel of Hope” by Robert Cavazos, Brooklyn is a young woman who should have her entire life ahead of her. She’s beautiful, spunky, and gets everything she wants—everything, that is, except time. For years Brooklyn has been battling a terrible diagnosis, and now she is terminally ill. Faced with the unthinkable, the only thought she has is to go somewhere where there’s life. On her way to Montana to stay with her grandmother, she meets a chatty guy named Logan on the bus. As much as he irritates her, Brooklyn can’t help but find Logan captivating; unlike her, he knows there is more to life than just death and suffering when you have Jesus. read more
“Falling Star” by Michele Kwasniewski
“Falling Star” by Michele Kwasniewski 683 1024 Reader Views Kids
In this third and final installment of The Rise and Fall of Dani Truehart series by Michele Kwasniewski, readers are shown that despite being famous, actions have consequences, sort of. Dani Truehart rose to overnight stardom, after a tumultuous childhood, under the management of Jenner and the guardianship of Martin.  Touring the world to promote her album and drawing in Taylor Swift-style loyal fans, the Queen of Harts has been floating on her fame.  However, some of her friendships and decision-making have become toxic, as some take advantage of her or look to dim her shining star, ultimately leading to her fall from grace. read more
“Into the River of Angels” by George R. Wolf
“Into the River of Angels” by George R. Wolf 663 1024 Reader Views Kids
“Into the River of Angels,” authored by George R. Wolfe, is a teenager’s odd and unorthodox search for self. It’s a novel based on the character Sam Hawkins, a 17-year-old with a highly inquisitive outlook on life. Living between his father’s and mother’s homes, as they go through a stressful divorce, starts the beginning of his distortion of life. read more