Tag Archives: fantasy
By Awnali Mills Jiyong is determined to do something meaningful with his life, and that something is to rescue his friend Sally’s brother, Chibo, from the magical tapestry weavers. But to do so, he has to get to the city. … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills William Wenton is a code-breaking genius, but nobody can know that. His family is in hiding because of something that happened to his grandfather—but nobody will talk about that. Still, William can’t resist solving The Impossible Puzzle, … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills Hyacinth just wants to wash her hands in warm water. But when she mixes the hot and cold water from the tap, everything falls apart. Her mother is kidnapped by mud men, and the cross neighbor from … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills Maggie is an Irish Catholic girl whose mother has died and father has gone to pieces. Walt is a Jewish German immigrant whose parents are trapped in France. Kiku is a Japanese American whose mother is trapped … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills When Izzy’s sister, Hen, follows some eerie music into the woods, Izzy follows her. Soon she finds herself in the land of Fairies, but Hen is nowhere around.
By Awnali Mills This weekend I read two books, The Underneath by Kathi Appelt which was published in 2008 and won all kinds of awards, so I won’t review it here, and Miss Ellicott’s School for the Magically Minded by … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills My quest for audiobooks took me to the Young Adult section, and I picked up The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey, and read by Julia Whelan. I wasn’t sure how I was going to enjoy it, … Continue reading