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Shadow And Spell
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|October 24, 2017

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In this third and final book in the Keepers of the Vault trilogy, Krystina and Dylan are chasing down the mastermind behind the thefts of the ancient magical artefacts from the strange vault about their school. They know that Rebecca, Professor Grimoire's rogue…
The Mystery Of the Graffiti Ghoul
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|March 20, 2006

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In this sequel to Marty Chans award-winning juvenile romp "The Mystery Of the Frozen Brains," Nine-year-old Marty and his francophone buddy, Remi Boudreau, stumble upon graffiti on the school’ s equipment shack and begin the adventure of tracking down the…
Fire And Glass
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|September 10, 2015

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A fourth floor that is only pretending to be a storage room, stairs that lead to an abyss, and a goth djinn with an attitude who likes to play with fire: Krystina finds more than she bargained for when she moves to a new school. The adventures of the Keepers of…
True Story
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|February 27, 2009

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True Story is about the boy who cried wolf, or in this case, cat. A sneaky kid blames his two tuxedo cats for causing the mess in his bedroom and disaster in the kitchen. When his kitties create a “cat-caphony” of noise at night, the boy claims…
The Mystery of the Cyber Bully
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|September 21, 2010

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How do you find a bully who lurks on the Internet and lashes out at helpless victims? Intrepid kid detectives Marty, Remi, and Trina must answer that question if they're to stop a cyber bully targeting their classmates. In their toughest case yet, the sleuths…
A Close Shave
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|September 15, 2011

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The first book in the Barnabas Bigfoot Series, A Close Shave introduces us to Barnabas, adolescent sasquatch, and his family and tribe in the woods of BC. Barnabas is a wonderfully engaging and genuine character, immediately relatable to preteens. He is…
Infinity Coil
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|January 29, 2015

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Ehrich Weisz, Demon Hunter was introduced to steampunk fans in Demon Gate . Now, he is continuing his increasingly desperate quest to rescue his brother in an alternate universe in the sequel, Infinity Coil . Now a fugitive from Demon Watch, young Ehrich Weisz…
Melody and Myth
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|September 28, 2016

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In this action—packed sequel to Fire and Glass, Kristina and Dylan team up with Dr. Grimoire to thwart the plans of a rogue former apprentice to steal one of the vault's most valuable possessions —the legendary Golden Fleece. But she has already…
The Mystery Of The Frozen Brains
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|April 21, 2004

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The Mystery of the Frozen Brains is adapted from Marty Chan’s successful radio series The Dim Sum Diaries . Set in a French Canadian town in rural Alberta, the novel develops the coming to awareness of a Chinese boy in a community under the myriad of ethnic…
Demon Gate
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|October 4, 2013

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When young Ehrich Weisz — the future illusionist, Harry Houdini — follows his brother, Dash, through a strange portal, he is thrust into an alternate New York where the immigrants aren't just different ethnicities but different species. He finds…
The Forbidden Phoenix
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|February 15, 2011

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Sun Wukong's path, however, becomes a test of strength, agility, and character as he comes face to face with mysterious, enchanting, and heartless creatures. Inspired by the Chinese opera, The Forbidden Phoenix's lyricism brings us to a world where Chinese…
Mom, Dad, I'm Living With A White Girl
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|January 1, 2001

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A Chinese son must tell his parents he has moved in with his white girlfriend. In a counter-narrative, the play explodes Asian stereotypes in a B-movie spoof called Wrath of the Yellow Claw .
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