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The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence
This new series from Stan Lee, the co-creator of Spiderman, X-men, and some the most epic and legendary superheroes ever created, is perfect for fans of comic books, comic book movies, and fans of action. This first book features 12 people, some good and some evil, who receive powers of the zodiac and battle across the world to control the powers. While not a graphic novel, this book features comic book-like illustrations throughout.
This is book one of what is sure to be a popular series.
The Isle of the Lost
Fans of Disney will love this new series that features the children of some of the most evil Disney villains of all time (Maleficent, Jabar, the Evil Queen from Snow White, and Cruella De Vil ). Once the evil villains were defeated, they were banished to an island, the Isle of the Lost, which is a dark and dreary place that they may never leave. But hidden on the island is the Dragon's Eye, which is the key to true darkness and the villains only hope of escape. This book is a prequel to the Disney movie "The Descendants."
No Safety in Numbers
An ordinary trip to the mall turns into a nightmare when a biological bomb is discovered and the entire complex is shutdown, and all those inside are quarantined in part one of this exciting new triology. What sounds like a cool novelty soon turns more desperate once supplies start to dwindle and panic begins to spread. Among the thousands trapped are four teens who are anxious to escape and make it back to their families. Through the lies and deception, the teens will see firsthand how desperate situations can change people...and not always for the better.
The Fourteenth Goldfish
When eleven-year-old Ellie's science obsessed grandfather discovers a cure for aging, he uses it on himself. As a result he becomes a teenager again, but still dresses the same and has the same attitude "old man attitude." What results is whimsical, lighthearted, comedy that will make you ask questions about life and death, family and friendship, immortality and possibility.
The Honest Truth
Tired of being sick with terminal cancer, a teenage boy named Mark decides to take his dog and fulfil a lifelong dream of climbing Mount Rainer. This emotionally hard-hitting survival story alternates betweens Mark's story, and that of his best friend Jessie, who understands the danger he is in, and must struggle with the decision to tell or keep his secret.
A horrific family tragedy sets sixteen-year-old Jacob journeying to a remote island off the coast of Wales, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores its abandoned bedrooms and hallways, it becomes clear that the children were more than just peculiar. They may have been dangerous. They may have been quarantined on a deserted island for good reason. And somehow--impossible though it seems--they may still be alive.
Rot & Ruin
Fifteen-year-old Benny Imura lives in a post-apocalyptic world where zombies have taken over. Benny lives in a community with fences and border patrols who guard the few people left from the zombies that have overtaken civilization. Benny becomes convinced that he must follow in his older brother's footsteps and become a zombie bounty hunter.
Morpheus Road: The Light
Sixteen-year-old Marshall is expecting a boring summer when his best friend goes away, but instead he finds himself haunted--and hunted--by ghosts that want something from him which he can't decipher. Readers will find themselves racing through this thriller to solve one mystery after another as Marshall tries to escape from ghostly hauntings, and the skeletal figure known as The Gravedigger.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous
This collection of tales shares the sometimes gruesome details of the deaths of nineteen famous historical figures, including King Tut, Pocahontas, George Washington, Edgar Allan Poe, and Marie Curie.
The Best of Poe
A jealous friend attempts to bury his friend alive, a man finds himself tied to a table with a giant blade moving closer to his body, and more frightful tales from Edgar Allen Poe.
Thanks to a very generous donation from Link to Libraries, the Media Center has some exciting new titles that we can't wait to tell you about! All of these titles will be available to check-out starting Monday, October 12th.
A twelve-year-old boy is born into a family with a deep history of performing magic spells known as Hoodoo. The boy, whose name is also Hoodoo, begins to dream about the dead rising from their graves. But when a mysterious stranger, who performs black magic, arrives looking for Hoodoo, the boy may be the town's only hope for survival.
Auggie & Me
Those who loved Wonder will be excited to read this companion novel, which takes a look at Auggie from three different people's perspectives. Julian's story reveals why the bully dislikes Auggie so much, the chapter entitled "Pluto" focuses on the lifelong friendship between Auggie and Christopher, and "Shingaling" shows how the girls at Beecher Prep see Auggie when he first arrives.
After escaping assassination by the top-secret organization SPYDER, Ben Ripley (Spy School) is looking forward to chilling out this summer. But SPYDER is turning up the heat, insisting that Ben come to work for them. Gorgeous fellow-spy-in-training Erica is ready to help, and her legendary grandfather also appears on the scene. Clever descriptions and plot twists make this a top-notch summer read.
The very much anticipated sequel to Unwind is finally here at the Suffield Middle School Media Center. Without writing any spoilers for those who haven't read Unwind, Unwholly is the story of the continued revolution against the Unwind Accord. If you haven't read Unwind yet, what are you waiting for??? Go check it out today!
7th grader Ryan was never good at football, mostly serving as a benchwarmer for his school's team. But when the father that Ryan never knew dies and leaves the Dallas Cowboys to him in his will, everything changes for Ryan. Despite what seems like a dream scenario for any middle school student (or football lover of any age), Ryan's life becomes more complicated than anyone could have imagined.
At age four Bell contracted meningitis, leaving her deaf. This graphic-novel memoir relates how she adapted to deafness, others' attitudes toward it, and to a cumbersome assistive device. At the heart of her story is an experience relevant to most children: finding the "True Friend," a falling out, a reunion.
The Red Pyramid: The Graphic Novel
I Am Number Four
10 years ago, nine alien children fled their war-ravaged planet and landed on Earth along with their adult teachers. As they mature, each child develops powers called Legacies, which help them fight the evil Mogadarians. The Nine can only be killed in order—and Number Three was just killed. That leaves Number Four: John Smith. At least, that’s his latest name, and he and his guardian, Henri, flee to a new town to escape John from suffering the same fate as Number Three. This is the first in an amazing series. In 2011, they made an I Am Number Four movie. Here is a quick commercial:
Free Online Subscriptions For Suffield Middle School Students
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