Book List in Order:11 titles

  • In a series of interwoven fictionalized stories, Deborah Noyes gives voice to the marginalized women in P. T. Barnum’s family — and the talented entertainers he built his entertainment empire on.Much has been written about P. T. Barnum — legend...


  • An enchanting tale of hidden beauty and fierce courage, retold in the style of T’ang Dynasty poetry and illustrated with charm and graceA young Chinese princess is sent from her father’s kingdom to marry the king of a far-off land. She must leave...


  • In a sensual paranormal romance, a teen girl’s doppelgänger from 1348 Florence lures her into the past in hopes of exacting a deadly trade. It was meant to be a diversion -- a summer in Florence with her best friend, Liam, and his travel-writ...


  • This masterful historical novel by Deborah Noyes, the lauded author of Angel & Apostle, The Ghosts of Kerfol, and Encyclopedia of the End (starred PW) is two stories: The first centers upon the strange, true tale of the Fox Sisters, the enigmatic fam...


  • Two very different friends come to a special understanding of their relationship.Prudence and Moxie are like apples and oranges, up and down, sweet and sour.But despite differences, they’re still best friends.See, there isn’t much that Moxie won...


  • In an enthralling work of Gothic suspense, an Edith Wharton story inspires five connected tales set in the same haunted manor over the centuries.In her classic ghost story "Kerfol," Edith Wharton tells the tale of Anne de Barrigan, a young Frenchwoma...


  • Ten extraordinary authors spin hair-raising original tales collected by the anthologist of GOTHIC! With scary stories by: M. T. Anderson, Holly Black, Libba Bray, Herbie Brennan, Nancy Etchemendy, Annette Curtis Klause, Kelly Link, Deborah Noyes, ...


  • Two little girls—raised by wolves—have just arrived at the orphanage, and life will never be the same.Based on a true story, this book is about many things at once: family, friendship, and what it means to have a home....


  • At the end of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic novel, The Scarlet Letter, we know that Pearl, the elf-child daughter of Hester Prynne, is somewhere in Europe, comfortable, well set, a mother herself now. But it could not have been easy for her to arri...






  • With stunning artwork reminiscent of Rembrandt, this tender tale harks back to the days of tulip fever to illuminate the enduring love between father and child.Hana and her father used to love to walk in the garden in the evening and play their favor...


  • What's an impatient and headstrong young vampire to do when he can't get his own way? Vladimir has a lot to learn, even more than he thinks, in this tale with important lessons for little boys and girls as well. Vibrant illustrations full of clever a...