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The Marzipan Dog by Octavia Cade
Beth’s new dog is helpful and protective. But there’s something unusual about him too. Sometimes he changes under her touch… Sometimes those around her are inexplicably frightened by his presence…
When Carl finally gets the key to the unused teachers’ lounge, he doesn’t expect to meet a boy who seems both out of place and out of time.
When Weishan and his friends hear a rumour that their principal might be psychic, they concoct a plan to find out the answers to the all important SPM examinations.
Marisol looks for signs wherever she can, from the petals of daisies to passing butterflies. She knows change is coming.
The new girl at school looks different to everyone else. She must be a freak. No one would be caught dead without adjusting their looks with click DNA anymore.
An evening of video games and chocolate rations is cut short when the power goes out. Carris and her friends must beat raiders to the communication station if they want to save the town.
Finn is leaving home and flying all the way to California to be with the one he loves. It should be exciting, so why is Finn nervous?
Waking up blind is terrifying, but it’s the least of Riley’s problems when he finds himself trapped in a cave with an enraged police officer and a couple of supervillains.
The class trip to a farm doesn’t sound like much fun to Lateesha, but when her friend Paulie drags her along, she discovers getting out of the city might be just what she needs.
Blayne’s awakening is only days away, but can she find the strength to perform her first task as a banshee if she can’t find the courage to tell the one she loves?
It is the New Year and fourteen year old Bei must fight to protect more than her village.
Steve’s Revenge by Ailsa Abraham
Nothing in Steve’s life seems fair. Why did her parents have to move to a village-where-nothing-ever-happens?
Hajime’s dreams are filled with secrets and demons, but waking up proves to be no less terrifying.
Jenny’s summer job goes from bad to worse when she discovers a wannabe princess in the Krazee Kastle.
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