Ransom Riggs - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 352 pages
The photographs and text work together brilliantly to create an unforgettable story.”—John Green, New York Times best-selling author of The Fault in Our Stars “With its X-Men: First Class-meets-time-travel story line, David Lynchian ...
Bestsellers - Books USA Press - 2011
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Ransom Riggs - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 400 pages
Like its predecessor, this second novel in the Peculiar Children series blends thrilling fantasy with vintage photography to create a one-of-a-kind reading experience. “A stunning achievement .
Ransom Riggs - Reference - 2010 - 221 pages
And why were the British so terrified of Australia? Full of fascinating how-to skills and evocative illustrations, The Sherlock Holmes Handbook will appeal to Baker Street Irregulars of all ages. From the Hardcover edition.
Regina Leeds - Business & Economics - 2009 - 288 pages
Presents a week-by-week plan to achieve financial peace of mind, with advice on such topics as sticking to a budget, curbing credit card debt, saving on taxes, refinancing a mortgage, and planning for a child's college education.
Deborah Harkness - Fiction - 2011 - 592 pages
This smart, sophisticated story harks back to the novels of Anne Rice, but it is as contemporary and sensual as the Twilight series-with an extra serving of historical realism.
Madeleine Roux - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 336 pages
Madeleine Roux's New York Times bestselling Asylum is a thrilling and creepy photo-illustrated novel that Publishers Weekly called "a strong YA debut that reveals the enduring impact of buried trauma on a place.
Ellen Hopkins - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 608 pages
She never expects to hurdle toward self-destructive extremes in order to define who she is and who she wants to be. Love, in all its forms, has crucial consequences in this wrenching story from Ellen Hopkins.
Ron Rash - Fiction - 2009 - 400 pages
Mother and child begin a struggle for their lives, and when Serena suspects George is protecting his illegitimate family, the Pembertons' intense, passionate marriage starts to unravel as the story moves toward its shocking reckoning.
Christopher Paolini - Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 528 pages
Now his choices could save—or destroy—the Empire. “An authentic work of great talent.”—The New York Times Book Review “Christopher Paolini make[s] literary magic with his precocious debut.”—People “Unusual, powerful, fresh ...
John Stephens - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 432 pages
And—if an ancient prophesy is correct—what they do can change history, and it is up to them to set things right. From the Hardcover edition.
Lauren Friedman - Self-Help - 2014 - 128 pages
From the Audrey to the Paris, the Top Down, or the Easy Breezy, there are 50 scarf styles in this book for any occasion or mood.
N. D. Wilson - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 304 pages
Henry soon understands that these are not just cupboards, but portals to other worlds. 100 Cupboards is the first book of a new fantasy adventure, written in the best world-hopping tradition and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable ...
Steven Brill - History - 2015 - 528 pages
But by chance America’s Bitter Pill ends up being much more—because as Brill was completing this book, he had to undergo urgent open-heart surgery.
Robert Conroy - Fiction - 2007 - 416 pages
From the Mississippi bayou to the Pennsylvania farmlands to the woods of Maine, the great armies of Generals Grant and Lee face off in the nation’s deadliest conflict. And to the victor goes history. From the Paperback edition.