Princesses and Witches alike.
Based on author Jacqueline Woodson’s childhood, this is a soulful member told in poems. In vivid free verse, Jacqueline explains her stories, opinions, and experiences. She shares her dreams of becoming a writer, and what it was like to live in a time of segregation.
Death-in-One-Ear Ben is happy living with his mother, but yearns to know the man his father is.
Meanwhile, Rose is stuck with a tutor and craving adventure searches for a mysterious actress whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook.
These two unique stories unfold and the ending will ultimately surprise you-it may even leave you Wonderstruck!
Unicorns, Dragons, Hippogriffs-this book has it all.
She may not be good at brewing up potions but she’s great at brewing up trouble.
Can Clay solve the deadly riddle of Earth ranch before trouble erupts?