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Nahia

by Carolyn Bailey

Set in the fairy realm, Nahia is a complex fantasy novel that should not be missed. Motivated by love, vengeance, and family, the impetuous fairy princess Nahia negotiates the separate worlds of humans and fairies as she lives out her... Read More

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Beaver Creek Blues

by Carolyn Bailey

This is quiet, thoughtful historical fiction that brings the America of the 1950s to life. Mary Ann Rose Hart’s "Beaver Creek Blues" is a nostalgic coming-of-age story that is rich in period details, including big issues from... Read More

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H.A.L.F.

by Carolyn Bailey

Conflicts with alien races are given enormous depth in this engrossingly written science fiction novel. This second installment in the thrilling young-adult science-fiction series H.A.L.F. finds teens Erika, Jack, and Tex embroiled in... Read More

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Wings

by Carolyn Bailey

Fairies flit through this cozy, satisfying middle-grade fantasy tale, a work both intricately detailed and engaging. Glemce is bored. The tiny house-fairy longs to see the world outside of the castle in which he lives. When a chance... Read More

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Evil within Yourselves

by Carolyn Bailey

Past-life experiences, magical items, divine intervention, and a healthy dose of sheer teen chutzpah level the playing field as these young humans do battle. Bill Hiatt’s "Evil within Yourselves", the fourth book in the Spell Weaver... Read More

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