This middle-grade illustrated novel takes place a little while before Fear & Sunshine: Book One of the Darksmith Family Legacy and while you can read it on its own, it will definitely drive you mad wondering just how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Donovan Scherer is a Wisconsin author and illustrator creating worlds of adventure with a sense of humor and a little bit of dread that everything will go terribly, terribly wrong.
The Fate of Earth is the final installment in an action-packed series for tweens that’s perfect for fans of Eoin Colfer and Lisa McMann, and that Soman Chainani called “a blockbuster mix of thrills and adrenaline.”
Benny Love and the Moon Platoon have befriended a small crew of peaceful Alpha Maraudi aliens, and they’ve decided to work together to end the war between humans and the aliens without violence.
But while they’re forming a plan, an Alpha Maraudi ship is preparing to strike a deadly blow on Earth. If the Moon Platoon can’t stop the attack, life as they knew it on Earth will be destroyed, and Benny and his friends will be stranded in space—forever.
The zoids have taken over the Biosphere and it is up to York to journey back into the memory banks of the central computer to discover the glitch that first corrupted the zoids and threatened humanity. In danger of losing himself in this warped world, York must battle his own mind to find the answers he needs.
With the fate of mankind in his hands, is York strong enough to hold on to himself?
The final book in this exciting series, Scavenger: Mind Warp is a gripping futuristic adventure from the award-winning Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell.
After declaring himself as the rightful heir as the maker of monsters, the creature known as Fear soon found that the Duke & Duchess of Darksmith Manor were about to have their first child.
This is the first story in the illustrated novel series of monsters, mad science, and a little hippie girl.
In the glow of the fire, stories are told, one camper to another. But are they just stories? What snapped the branch? Is that just a shadow? What lurks under the surface of the swimming hole?
Could it really be …
Monsters Around the Campfire is collection of five short stories all brought together by a group of kids at summer camp. The book features 13 illustrations by the author.
There are, however, those who would like nothing more than to see the monster-making family come to an end, once and for all.