Award winning young reader author Anne Hambleton is a lifelong horsewoman and retired amateur steeplechase jockey. She actively trains and competes former racehorses for sport careers in three-phase-eventing and show ... Read full author bio >
"...weaving her knowledge and love of horses, horsemanship and the world of competitive racing into a moving narrative that will keep fellow horse-loving readers of any age enthralled."
Sage Steadman was awarded a master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah. While pursuing her passion for writing, she worked as a licensed mental health therapist ... Read full author bio >
"In Steadman’s (The Waking Dream, 2016, etc.) third YA novel, a high school nobody encounters the harsh reality of what it means to become somebody."
Michael Bialys is from Toronto, Canada, where he began his career as a self-taught pianist, composer and lyricist. His song "Going for Gold" was performed at the 1988 Canadian Olympic ... Read full author bio >
"The overall likability of this series opener should secure readership for the sequel."
Natasha Rafi has written for Money magazine, The Blade, The Friday Times and A. Magazine among others. She graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College and for a time supported ... Read full author bio >
"In her debut book, Rafi tells a warmhearted, amusing story about growing up in one’s faith."
Author, Advocate and Motivational Speaker Alicia J. Turner is dedicated to being the leading voice for all children. She speaks with experience and authority on matters that involve children, yesterday ... Read full author bio >
"This read will undoubtedly incite necessary discussion"
Anthony Garcia is author of both historic and award winning historic non fiction and fiction genres, Garcia has been described as an author, "possesses the ability to channel back in ... Read full author bio >
"Watili, the Native American Slave Heroine:
This book is valuable in how it details the slave trade among Native American peoples—a topic that will be unfamiliar to many readers."
A voracious reader, Judith Sanders came to writing fiction with over 20 years of intense personal and professional insights of people and their fears, struggles, and aspirations in their most ... Read full author bio >
"Sanders (In His Stead, 2012, etc.) offers the first book of a YA adventure series that blurs the line between paranormal
and natural gifts. . . . Young-adult readers will root for Lilly and, in doing so, come to truly appreciate her. . . . A serious, sharp-edged YA escapade."
Dr Doug Wilson is a medical scientist who has lived in New Zealand, the UK, USA, Australia, and Saudi Arabia. His long-standing ambition to be a writer, was blocked by ... Read full author bio >
"Author Wilson makes good use of Irish history, myth, and legend here to provide a different take on the typical fantasy-adventure plot about a teenager who discovers that he's more special than he realized.."
Anita Briggs is a classical harpist and writer. Her most recent book, "Merchant of Dreams", is a tale of mystery and suspense. It received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews ... Read full author bio >
Jacob Bloom has worked backstage in theaters, sold parts to plumbers, fixed computer bugs for hospitals, danced before Queen Elizabeth, and written poems and tunes on demand. He's lived ... Read full author bio >
"A thoughtful, exciting work with pleasing rhyme and rhythm; a nice addition to Arthurian literature for kids."
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