Twelve-year-old Abby has a lot to worry about: Climate change. The news. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. And now moving to Florida for her mom’s new job at an aerospace company. On the Space Coast, Abby meets two boys, Adam and Bix, who tell her they’re “a long way from home” and need her help. Abby discovers they’re from the future, from a time when all the problems of the 21st century have been solved. Thrilled, Abby strikes a deal with them: She’ll help them—if they let her come to the future. But soon Abby is forced to question her attachment to a perfect future and her complicated feelings about the present.
Meg: Thirteen-year-old fashionista. Thinks being the oldest is a tough job. Might have a crush on Brooks. Jo: Twelve-year-old avid bookworm. Soon-to-be-published writer. Does not have a crush on Laurie. Beth: Shy and peaceful ten-year-old. Would stay home and bake and play the piano every day if she were allowed. Amy: The most important person in the room -- according to Amy. Outgoing and strong willed nine-year-old. Future rich and famous artist.
The beloved March girls come to vivid new life in this modern-day retelling that is the perfect introduction to the classic tale.
Annie, Genna, and Zoe have been hanging out at the Steeping Leaf since elementary school. The Teashop Girls do everything together -- at least they used to. With the end of eighth grade approaching, Genna's too busy with theater, Zoe's always at tennis, and Annie feels totally left out. What happened to tea every week, no matter what?
Fresh, honest, and sweet, Laura Schaefer's debut novel is sure to resonate with readers everywhere. For readers ages 7-13.
Annie juggles sabotage and summer romance in this refreshing follow-up to The Teashop Girls! It’s the summer before ninth grade, and Annie has been working hard at the Steeping Leaf, which has been busier than ever. She is involved in a huge scone cook-off with one of Louisa’s tea suppliers that could mean an all-expenses paid trip to London!
With the help of her two best friends, Genna and Zoe, can Annie come up with an awesome contest entry and sort out her love life before the end of the summer?
Recipes for tea-related treats sweeten the brew. For readers ages 7-13.
Two climbed up. Two fell down. One woke up.
Robin Saunders is a high school sophomore with an awesome best friend, a hard-working single mom, and a complicated relationship with a sweet guy named Reno. She's coasting along, trying to get through yet another tedious year of high school, when Em suggests something daring. They live in Florida-- tourist central--and Emily wants to sneak into a theme park after midnight and see what they're made of.
When things get out of control, Robin wakes up in a hospital bed and Emily doesn't wake up at all. Just getting dressed becomes an ordeal as Robin tries to heal and piece together the details of that terrible night. Racing to remember everything in the hopes of saving Emily, Robin writes a series of notes to herself to discover the truth.
Available exclusively at Amazon for Kindle and the Kindle app. Ages 13+