On edge, the boy took two steps forward, his eyes darting nervously around the room.
JUST HIS LUCK by K. Parr
Gerald lay on his stomach in a bank, hands crossed over his head.
SWITCH by Mike Murphy
Trudging through the field behind his house, eight-year-old Harry Cole was as mad as he had ever been.
THE STUBBORN BROTHER by Sebastian Hetman
“You’re only saying it because you have money, Harvey.”
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There are dangers for those who forget the dark. But Farhaveners took comfort, because Farhaven harbored not one, but two workers of magic
NO VACANCY by Tiffany Michelle Brown
Bevan heard the tattoo artist say, “All done.” But she knew she wasn’t.