Summer is a great time for fantastic adventures. Here are seven new stories to try:

WitchlingsWitchlings by Claribel Ortega
Every year the witchlings are placed into covens and come into their powers as full-fledged witches. When Seven Salazar isn’t placed in one of the five covens, her only option is to complete an impossible task: If she succeeds, she’ll gain her full powers. If shes fails, she might be turned in a toad. (4th-6th grade)

The ShelterlingsThe Shelterlings by Sarah Beth Durst
Living at the Shelter for Rejected Familiars, a grey squirrel and her friends must use their unorthodox skills to defend themselves from someone who is attempting to steal their defective magic. (4th-6th grade)

Onyeka and the Academy of the SunOnyeka and the Academy of the Sun by Tola Okogwu
When twelve year old Onyeka discovers that she has psychokinetic powers, her mother reveals that she is Solari, part of a secret group of Nigerian mutants that trains at the Academy of the Sun. (4th-6th grade)

Search for TreasureThe Islanders: Search for Treasure by Mary Alice Monroe
Summer on the island brings new adventures with old friends, hope for family healing, and a search for real buried treasure. (Part of The Islanders series) (4th-6th grade)

The Smartest Kid in the Universe: Genius CampSmartest Kid in the World: Genius Camp by Chris Grabenstein
Jake McQuade, the smartest kid in the universe, goes to a camp for geniuses, where he goes up against the Virtuoso quantum computer, the smartest machine in the universe in an epic showdown. (Part of The Smartest Kid in the Universe series.) (4th-6th grade)

Once Upon a TimOnce Upon a Tim by Stuart Gibbs
A peasant with no knightly experience, but plenty of pluck and an impressive vocabulary, volunteers to help a cowardly prince and his not very powerful wizard rescue a princess from an evil, foul-smelling monster. (3rd – 5th grade)

The Last Last Day of SummerLast Last Day of Summer by Lamar Giles
When adventurous cousins Otto and Sheed Alston accidentally extend the last day of summer by freezing time, they find the secrets between the unmoving seconds are not as much fun as they expected. (4th – 6th grade)