The Hatmakers by Tamzin Merchant& Paola Escobar (2021)
Young Cordelia comes from a long line of people who make hats. This is Tamzin Merchant’s first movie. But these people aren’t just any hatmakers. They’re people who make hats that can be made with alchemy and enchantment, which is a rare and old skill that only a few people still have. Her father Prospero often has to take the ship he owns, The Jolly Bonnet, to get the magical ingredients for hat making. But this time, his ship is gone. Cordelia wants to find him, but there is a Maker rivalry and a possible war in the works.
Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan(2021)
If you like Jules Verne’s book, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, then Rick Riordan’s underwater adventure is for you! Ana Dakkar is a freshman at Harding-Pencroft Academy, a high school that makes the best marine scientists, naval warriors, navigators, and underwater explorers in the world. At the end of the school year, she and her friends go on a top-secret trial at sea. Pupils are on a bus ride when they see a terrible accident and start a dangerous search for answers.
The Primrose Railway Children by Jacqueline Wilson& Rachael Dean(2021)
We have to move to a small cottage in the middle of nowhere with Phoebe, Perry, and Becks. Their dad has gone away, and their mom thinks this is the best thing for them all. There is a train station near where the kids live, and it has some of the best steam trains! Phoebe can’t help but wonder where her dad went, even though it’s a good thing to do. E. Nesbit’s classic book, “The Railway Children,” was the inspiration for this heartwarming story about family secrets and train adventures. It should be on every book shelf.
Kay’s Marvellous Medicine by Adam Kay& Henry Paker (2021)
We learned a lot about how the human body works in Kay’s Anatomy. It was then that doctors didn’t know as much about how our bodies worked as they do now. Adam Kay, a former doctor, is now taking us back to that time. Did you know that it used to be against the law for medical students to cut up anyone? And did you know that doctors used to do surgery without anaesthetic? You should be able to eat a lot.
The Secret Gardenby Frances Hodgson Burnett (1911)
Having lost both of her parents, Mary Lennox, 10, is sent from her home in India to live with her uncle in a bleak manor on the Yorkshire Moors. Mary is spoiled and rude, but she is also very lonely. She goes to her uncle’s house one day because she’s bored. She finds an old key that opens the door to a secret garden. The young orphan, like Mary, is left alone. He tends to the garden and learns about the power of kindness.
Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie(1911)
If you can think of it, you’ll find it in Neverland if you look hard enough. There are some books that really make people think outside the box, and Peter Pan is one of them. They take the three Darling children across the rooftops of London and to Neverland in this amazing coming-of-age story. Meet pirates, fairies, mermaids, and everything else you can think of as you travel through Neverland with the Darling children.
The Unadoptables by Hana Tooke& Ayesha L. Rubio (2020)
There are rules at the Little Tulip Orphanage in Amsterdam that must never be broken. In the beginning, five babies were left in a coffin-shaped basket, a toolbox, a hamper with clothes inside, a coal bucket, a wheat sack, and a coal bucket with a lid. Children have lived together for years, but a sinister man wants to split them up. There is a question about whether the orphans will be able to live their lives on the run. A powerful book about the power of friendship and what it means to be a family.
Death Sets Sail by Robin Stevens(2020)
Daisy and Hazel are leaving for Egypt. Murder breaks out on the ship where they are on vacation, and it turns what was supposed to be a wonderful trip into something much worse. Do they have what it takes to solve their most difficult case yet? Join the girls on their last mission. It’s the perfect way to say goodbye to these two best friends.
A Really Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson (2020)
No, I haven’t thought about that. how the sun was made? For no reason at all. It was also when we learned about dinosaurs that we learned. As Bill Bryson explains everything that has happened from the beginning of time to now, you’ll be taken on a journey through space and time. People who helped us figure out how and why will also be shown to you.
Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson (2014)
Barack Obama said that Jacqueline Woodson’s powerful memoir should be read by every young person. Woodson tells how she lived in both New York and South Carolina as a child after her parents split up. She talks about how she found out she was good at writing. This is what she says: She talks about how it was to be an African-American girl during the Civil Rights Movement. She also talks about how she found her place in the world.
Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian(1981)
Tom Oakley, a widower who lives in the country, takes care of young Willie Beech as the Second World War nears. Goodnight, Mr. Tom is a heartfelt and thought-provoking look at how two people can find comfort in each other in the midst of trouble.
Little Badman and the Time-Travelling Teacher of Doom by Humza Arshadand Henry White(2020)
Having just saved the world from aliens, Eggington’s best ever 11-year-old rapper is back. People call Humza Khan “Little Badman.” This summer, he and his best friend Umer are going to Pakistan for school. Only, things aren’t quite what he thought they would be… mostly because someone is messing with TIME. The question is, will Little Badman be able to go back in time and save the world again? Only time can tell…
Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White(1952)
Time-honored story: E. B. White’s story is about friendship and how to fight the odds to live. Because Wilbur is so small, Fern doesn’t stop taking care of him even though he’s a runt. Charlotte, Wilbur’s spidery friend, is one of the farm animals that the farmyard friends help Wilbur become a prize-winning pig so that he doesn’t have to die too soon.
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer(2001)
Check out the movie that was made in 2020 based on this explosive misadventure now. Artemis Fowl isn’t like other 12-year-olds. She’s very different. There is no doubt that Artemis is a criminal genius. He has just found out that fairies are real. They don’t look like Peter Pan-style fairies from the Peter Pan stories you used to read to your kids. These aren’t fairies at all. They have guns. Them? They’re dangerous. When Artemis tries to get Captain Holly Short for her fairy gold, he gets the wrong elf. This is what Artemis will learn. These fairies fight back, just like Artemis will.
Northern Lights – The Graphic Novel Volume 1adapted byStéphane Melchior &Clément Oubrerie (2015)
Graphic novel: Philip Pullman’s world-famous, bewitching book is given a new lease on life in this amazing book. Lyra Belacqua, a student at Jordan College, is happy until her uncle, Lord Asriel, comes to visit. Lord Asriel draws Lyra into the heart of a terrible war, one that is made up of Gobblers, witches, and even armored bears. A huge, fantastical journey awaits Lyra in this well-known story that is told in a bold, graphic way. The first book in a three-volume version of Northern Lights that is going to be very good.
The Soul Hunters by Chris Bradford (2021)
If you want to go on a fast-paced adventure, check out the first book in Chris Bradford’s new series. Mei isn’t very happy about Genna’s love for history. She has a close group of friends and is very interested in it, which bothers Mei a lot. She also has vivid dreams and strong déjà vu, but who hasn’t had these things? Then, in a London park, Genna is attacked by a stranger. A week after that, someone tries to kidnap her. A mysterious person called Phoenix saves her both times. He tells her that an ancient religious sect is going to do bad things to her soul. That means that Genna has no choice but to go back in time and save herself and the rest of the world with help from Phoenix…