A Spectacle of Stones, Vampire Skeleton Series Book Three is the third title in this series published in 2017. Weighed down by grief and her ever-growing responsibilities as the healer of Harrowstone, Rowen has never felt more alone in her life. And though her feelings for the vampire Cruz have become clearer, it suddenly seems as though he’s pulling away from her—right when she needs him most.
The Vampire Skeleton is Mohawk author Sara General's third title from her publishing company, Spirit & Intent. It is a novel loosely-based on old Haudenosaunee stories and explores what vampires might be like in a First Nations context.
“It’s a fast moving Young Adult story with hints of romance and a lot of magic. Most of my stories have magic in them. I like a lot of different kinds of books, but the ones with magic have always been my favourite."
The Fortune Teller's Daughter: Fortune & Fall Book One tells the story of Cora who returns home to find her mother missing and a large pool of blood covering the floor. Desperate for answers Cora must now leave her home and stay at a teen shelter in her community. Cora is soon to turn sixteen and plays for her local high school lacrosse tea. After just learning the scout for the Iroquois Nationals team is impressed with Cora's lacrosse skills, Cora is sent reeling and confused. Cora's mom is the community's fortune teller despite Cora's objections.
The Stone Gift by children's author Deborah L Delaronde brings a young adult fantasy novel for teen readers. Sixteen-year-old DJ awakens from a coma with no memory of who he is or what happened to him. All he knows is that he was severely beaten and his face is disfigured. D.J.'s grandmother places an unearthly stone necklace around his neck and he begins to recover at a rapid pace. When D.J. has visions about a boy named Jeff and his friend Tim, he starts to piece together the events that landed him in the hospital.
Hokey Dowa Gerda and the Snowflake Girl is a fantasy-based children's book from first-time picture book author/illustrator M. J. Matheson from Manitoba. Faith and Dakota’s ordinary lives take a not-so-ordinary turn when strange goings-on begin happening in their bedrooms at night. This brother and sister find fun ways to solve their problems and make friends, too. Some teachers may find the reference to tobacco problematic. The publisher does not include additional background information about the sweat lodge, tobacco, or traditional names.
Ajjiit: Dark Dreams of the Ancient Arctic is an outstanding gothic interpretation of Inuit shamanism in this original collection of dark fantasy for contemporary young audiences. Drawing on familiar motifs of the fantasy and science-fiction genres, Ajjiit gives fans of mainstream fantasy fiction and the short stories a whole new world to discover. Ajjiit means "likenesses" and talented co-authors Sean A. Tinsley and Rachel A. Qitsualik have written fantastic stories that appear to be traditional stories about Arctic landscape and creatures.
The Hidden: A Compendium of Arctic Giants, Dwarves, Gnomes, Trolls, Faeries and Other Strange Beings from Inuit Oral History collection of field notes meticulously documents the dark side of Inuit legends, complete with hideous monsters and unspeakable deeds. Each creature is brought to life by the detailed illustrations of Mike Austin,. The Hidden exposes the dark beings that reside in Arctic shadows. This gothic illustrated book reminds readers that traditional oral traditions from the Arctic are authentic accounts from Inuit Elders retold in English.