Books

Read some adventure into your Spring Break

Try one of these titles to bring a little adventure into your Spring Break.

Snakehead by Anthony HorowitzSnakehead by Anthony Horowitz
Alex Rider crash lands off the coast of Australia where he is recruited by the Australian Secret Service to infiltrate one of the ruthless gangs operating across South East Asia, and in the midst of his dangerous mission, Alex discovers information about his parents’ murder. The latest in the Alex Rider series.

Steel Trapp: the challenge by Ridley PearsonSteel Trapp: the challenge by Ridley Pearson
On a two-day train trip to enter his invention in the National Science Competition in Washington, D.C., fourteen-year-old Steven “Steel” Trapp, possessor of a remarkable photographic memory, becomes embroiled in an international plot of kidnapping and bribery that may have links to terrorists.

Captives by Tom PowCaptives by Tom Pow
When two families are kidnapped while vacationing in the Caribbean, they come to understand something of the island’s political backdrop and the events that fuel their captors’ actions.

The Xanadu adventure by Lloyd AlexanderThe Xanadu adventure by Lloyd Alexander
Vesper Holly’s adventures continue as she, her guardians, and their friends journey to Asia Minor in search of the ancient city of Troy, but fall into the trap of an old nemesis. Read more Holly Vesper adventures.

Wild ride: a graphic guide adventure by Liam O'DonnellWild ride: a graphic guide adventure by Liam O’Donnell
Devin, Nadia, and Marcus are on their way to visit their environmentalist parents, who are working to stop a logging company from clear-cutting a remote valley, when their plane goes down, leaving the teens to fend for themselves in the wilderness.

Maximum Ride: the final warning by James PattersonMaximum Ride: the final warning by James Patterson
While on a mission to Antarctica to save the world from global warming, fourteen-year-old Maximum Ride and the other members of the Flock–a band of genetically modified children who can fly–are pursued by their creator, the Uber-Director, who wants to auction them off to the highest bidder. The latest Maximum Ride book.

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