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About Mary Stanton. Mary Stanton. A beast fable similar in tone and theme to Watership Down , it was p Mary Stanton was born in Florida and grew up in Japan and Hawaii, after which she returned to the United States and received a B.
The sequel to that novel, Piper at the Gates , appeared in She sold her first mystery to The Berkley Publishing Group in In all, Stanton has written nineteen mystery novels, two adult fantasy novels, eleven novels for middle-grade readers including the successful series, The Unicorns of Balinor , and three scripts for a television cartoon series, Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders , as well as edited three short story anthologies.
Her nonfiction articles on horse care and veterinary medicine have appeared in national and regional magazines. Set in Savannah, Georgia, the paranormal mysteries chronicle the adventures of Bree Winston-Beaufort, a young lawyer who inherits her uncle's law firm and its deceased clientele, whom she represents in appeals before the Celestial Court.
The second book in the series, Angel's Advocate , was published in June , followed by Avenging Angels in February Mary also publishes the Hemlock Falls and Dr. McKenzie mysteries under the name Claudia Bishop. See the Claudia Bishop web site for more information. She is a horsewoman, a goat aficionado, an enthusiastic if inept gardener, and a fan of gourmet food, but not an expert. She has developed a writing program for teens and middle grade readers that has had considerable success in schools. Stanton has been a dedicated reader all her life, with particular emphasis on biography, history, veterinary science, medicine, psychology and current affairs.
She is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. Other books in the series. They are even better than the first series of books. It ties in the Roman personas of the Greek Gods and introduces you to another camp of Roman demigods.
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Of corse Percy and Annabeth are still major players. About the Egyptian Gods told by a brother and sister who are always making snarky remarks while the other is speaking. Totally hilarious banter. The storyline is amazing. The Sisters Grimm series by Michael Buckley is a hilariously entertaining series!
When my mother bought me the Charlie Bone series, she also got Artemis Fowl.
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I love them both! Artemis is a brilliant, rich criminal mastermind, but he may be in over his head when he kidnaps Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon Unit. These fairies are armed and dangerous. Anything by Stuart Gibbs! I have read many of the ones you listed Autumn and loved them as well. Thanks for this list! These are all wonderful series! One other I think you should add is the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull. Next to Harry Potter they are mine and my kids favorites!
Savvy, Scumble and Switch by Ingrid Law are some of our favorites. The main character in the first book is Mibs Beaumont, is about to turn 13, and with a grandpa who can move mountains, and older brothers who can create storms and spark electricity, she is anxiously awaiting her birthday. The second and third novels are about different members of their extended families.
Both my son and daughter enjoyed this series, and we all hope there will be more to come. My son loves reading and is starting the 2nd grade. We are already running out of ideas for books to read that are not really scary but are at his reading and interest level.
We have read Narnia over the summer so this is a great list of what we can read next!!! My daughter started reading the Wings of Fire series by Tui T. Sutherland in 4th grade and it is her very favorite set of books! The very best book is Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins! My 3rd grader through high schoolers love them. I did too! Gregor the Overlander is brilliantly written by Suzanne Collins!
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Perfect for any age! I enjoyed them as much as my 4th grader and high schooler! Adventure story! It has action from the first page. The sequel comes out May 30, The Redwsll series by Brian Jacques. Thumping good reads. My grandsons have enjoyed the Little House books so far. Especially Farmer Boy. Love the list. Here are a few more: Floors trilogy by Patrick Carman. Grades 4 and up Cupboards trilogy by???? Grades 5 and up.
I would like to see the Alchemyst series added.
A very good series about two twin teenagers who must save the world, or destroy it with the help of wizard Nicholas Flamel. The Unwanteds by Lisa Mcmann is a 7 book must read series! Wings of Fire by Tui Sutherland. Land of Eyon by Patrick Carman. I just turned thirteen, but when I was twelve I read a book series called Eragon.
It is after Harry Potter my favorite.
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I absolutely love the series and wish there were more like it. If you think it sounds boring or something I am positive you will love it. My friend said I should read it so I did. Absolutely a great series and if anyone knows a series like it please inform me so I can read it. The best thing about the Land Of Stories is that it is awesome for all ages no matter if you are in 8th grade or in 3rd grade.
I think you will love it! Thanks for reading! I know it was long! Wings Of Fire is a great series about a movment called the talons of peace that wan tto end a war taking place in the kingdoms. My grandson and I have enjoyed the Unwanted series 7 books. Its a cross between Hunger Games and Harry Potter…. I survived series by Lauren Tarshis. Read every book with my 3rd grader.https://ansiteslealin.ml
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Have real history with a fictional story. Highly recommend for younger readers. There so many fantastic books I have loved in blog and comments thread. I have been scribbling down recommendations and my Amazon basket is already filling up — time to complete a library search first! I have 3 little readers who have read a fair few but would recommend Katerine Rundell — Rooftoppers and The Explorer as a wonderful author to discover. Such great ideas!!! Aso visit Kids Baby Club it provides the most entertaining and educational video for kids.
You will also going to enjoy it with your toddlers. Do not forget to like our page and visit our YouTube Channel. We stumbled upon the Muzz Series, and my kids 10 and 8yo absolutely loved them. My son is 11 and in 5th grade. Only reads for 30 minutes a day because he has too. My 4th grader picked up a Pegasus book, the first one in the series.
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She was kinda freaked out so I read some. It was very graphic in parts. Like blood splattered on the chandelier described. Definitely not what I would recommend for 8 to 10 which were the recommended ages on the book. Higgins Mister Max by Cynthia Voight. The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson is amazing! Princess Academy now has three books; the third is called The Forgotten Sisters, and is of course great. Both series are good for boys and girls and if your boy balks at reading a book about a girl, do his future wife a favor and help him get over that. Also, the sixth Incorrigible book just came out last month.