Wahoo Cray lives in a zoo. His father is an animal wrangler, so he's grown up with all manner of gators, snakes, parrots, rats, monkeys, snappers, and more in his backyard. The critters he can handle. His father is the unpredictable one.
"Great book for the entire family."
For Allena Hansen, a vicious bear attack was "no biggie" compared to the trauma inflicted by her refined '60s upbringing, her stint as Playboy's token intellectual bimbo, and her cowgirl angst, which is enough to knock even Job for a loop.
Just when you thought it was safe to stick your hand in the fish bowl, Gasp returns in three more hilarious stories in one great volume--the second collection of epic fish adventures following Gasp! Zapt! Splat! Wickedly clever and witty, these adventures will entertain young and old alike.
Robby doesn't believe that the old Children's Home is haunted. But then he sees the ghost. Will he go through with his dare to enter the old Home at night?
Will tiny Anton Stanton - guitar freak and champion ping-pong player - survive Smith Street Secondary College? Anton's pretty doubtful and so is Mr Barrington but heroes of all sizes can rock!
The boy had no idea where he was. For that matter he had no idea who he was! There were pictures dancing in his mind of twin suns and silver figures and outstretched arms. But it was the farmer and his wife who rescued him, who looked after him until they died. Yet the boy never aged or changed until the day he discovered who he was....
They were three teenagers with the power to reanimate dead bodies, students at an elite and secretive school where they learned to hone their abilities and command the dead. And they just wanted to get laid. Because even teenagers with powers over the dead have hormones. What starts as an innocent booty call with a seemingly normal girl turns deadly as they unwittingly summon a dark force bent on slaughter. And as they try to fight the demons of their own conjuring, they find that commanding the dead just might be the easy part....
"Quirky and Fun"
Stella wants to be ordinary, but that seems impossible when her parents, her home and even her dreams are extraordinary. Then a little ad in the newspaper changes her life.