If you've been selecting books from our IRead section, be sure to check out some IRead Classics - old and new!
If you're a girl who is not a fan of books about magic, fairies, dystopian futures, historical dramas, or animals going on adventures, then we STILL have a booklist for you!
If you're a boy and you aren't interested in magic, science fiction, the future, time travel, animals on adventures, and/or history, then we STILL have a book list for you!
Kate Milford's The Boneshaker: a book I would highly reccomend it to everyone who likes thrills, chills, visions, prophecies, the midwest, history, and battles with great and terrible Evil.
It's 1914, and Natalie Minks lives in a quiet, sleepy town. A slightly strange, quiet, sleepy town, situated just down the road from the former town. Old Aracane burned to the ground under mysterious circumstances 200 years before, and the crossroads it stands on have been known to flicker in the night.
Natalie loves two things more than anything else in the world. She loves the legends her mother tells her each night before bed, strange stories where men meet the Devil at the crossroads and survive, or don't. And she loves her father's mechanic shop, where she spends her days learning how things work.
Life is great until the day the doctor leaves town to help with a mysterious flu epidemic 200 miles away. As the doctor leaves town, Dr. Jake Limberleg's Nostrum Fair and Medical Show arrives. And there's something not-quite-right about Dr. Jake, who wears clothes from a 100 years ago and won't ever, ever take his gloves off.
Worse, there's something truly wrong with the medicines he begins to dispense to the town and the men who help him dispense it. Somehow, Natalie knows that there is a great evil at work in Arcane. And she may be the only one who can stop it.
Have you ever met the Devil at the crossroads? Because it looks like Natalie's about to...
If you enjoy books that take place in the past, then you'll definitely enjoy the books on this list!
If you enjoy stories about animals who talk, walk, or go on a journey, we have got a list for you!
Do you like books about dystopian futures, aliens, and robots? Then check out our list of great kids science fiction books!
Origami is the art of paper folding.
Paper was first invented in China around 105 A.D., and was brought to Japan almost 500 years later.
The word origami comes from the Japanese oru (to fold) and kami (paper).
Did you also know that there is a new book out from the creators of The Strange Case of Origami Yoda? It's entitled Darth Paper Strikes Back: An Origami Yoda Book.
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If you like books about sports and action, then you'll love this list!