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Who's There?

by George Hajjar

Who’s There? unites folktales with modern domestic horrors, resulting in a chilling collection. The five surprising horror stories in Dimas Rio’s Who’s There? mobilize fear to question religious piety, the makings of monsters, how... Read More

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Bigfoot Baby!

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

From the Hazy Dell Flap Book series of innovative lift-the-flap adventures comes a new monster to explore with: a pint-sized sasquatch. Durable, chunky pages and insets guarantee endless no-tear fun for small hands and inquisitive minds.... Read More

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Rabbit & Bear

by Vivian Turnbull

Julian Gough’s delightful Rabbit and Bear: Attack of the Snack involves misunderstandings, apologies, and friendship. Best friends Bear and Rabbit are enjoying a summer swim when a mysterious creature crashes into their lake. With the... Read More

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Access Point

by Benjamin Welton

"Access Point" is a clever mystery novel whose high technology proves powerful when it comes to solving inhumane crimes. Tom Gabbay’s high-tech mystery thriller "Access Point" combines classic genre tropes with near dystopian... Read More

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Arnold Falls

by Karen Rigby

"Arnold Falls" is a cozy small-town novel populated by eccentric characters. Charlie Suisman’s lighthearted novel "Arnold Falls" focuses on a New York village’s mayoral race. Named for Benedict Arnold, sister city to Romania’s... Read More

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Gretel and Zita

by Mari Carlson

"Gretel and Zita" is an eye-opening political saga concerned with the fates of bears and humans, too. A mountain bear upends a mayor’s burgeoning career in Jiannina Camillo’s novel "Gretel and Zita", which was inspired by true... Read More

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