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House of dark shadows

Liparulo, Robert.


When fifteen-year-old Xander and his family move into an old, abandoned house in the middle of a dense forest outside of a small California town, they discover that not only are some of the rooms portals into other places, but that malevolent forces are at work.

Backward glass

Lomax, David, 1966-


When Kenny Maxwell moves into his family's new yet falling apart Victorian home in 1977, he makes a shocking discovery in the carriage house. Buried inside the wall is a baby's mummified body wrapped in old newspaper, along with a handwritten plea for help. Soon after, a girl named Luka introduces Kenny to the backward glass, a mirror that allows him to travel in time. Through it, he learns that Prince Harming-- a dangerous urban legend who kidnaps and kills children-- is hunting him. Can he confront his destiny, save the baby, and stop Prince Harming before time runs out?

Always a witch

MacCullough, Carolyn.


Haunted by her grandmother's prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a terrible decision, witch Tamsin Greene risks everything to travel back in time to 1887 New York to confront the enemy that wants to destroy her family.


McEntire, Myra.


Seventeen-year-old Emerson uses her power to manipulate time to help Michael, a consultant hired by her brother, to prevent a murder that happened six months ago while simultaneously navigating their undeniable attraction to one another.

Keeper of the black stones

McHugh, PT, 1969-


Shy fourteen-year-old Jason must travel through time to the Middle Ages to join Henry VII's fight against Richard III and stop the man who holds Jason's physicist grandfather captive.

Gimme a call

Mlynowski, Sarah.


After accidentally dropping her cell phone into a fountain at the mall, fourteen-year-old Devi Banks starts to get phone calls--and an earful of advice on how to live her life to avoid making disastrous choices--from her seventeen-year-old self.


Monir, Alexandra.


Bewildered by a new student at her Manhattan high school who does not know her but seems to be Philip Walker, her lost love from her time travels, and threatened by Rebecca, who has held a grudge against her family for 120 years, sixteen-year-old Michele Windsor seeks help in her father journals and The Handbook of The Time Society.

A touch of scarlet

Mont, Eve Marie.


Struggling with a failing relationship and her roommate's withdrawnness, Emma finds her return to prep school further complicated by the fact that her life begins to closely echo that of Hester Prynne's in Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter."

Justin Thyme

Oxridge, Panama.


Although set in the present, the book you are holding has not been written ... yet! This enigmatic literary paradox was recently unearthed by a highly respected cryptozoologist exploring subterranean caverns beneath a ruined Scottish castle. The chest he found contained a hand-written manuscript of the entire Tartan of Thyme with a strange explanatory note dated 01/04/26. Nothing else is known about its mysterious author, Panama Oxridge, except that he or she will be born sometime early next year.

The Transall saga

Paulsen, Gary.


While backpacking solo in the desert, thirteen-year-old Mark falls into a tube of blue light and is transported into a more primitive world, where he must use his knowledge and skills to survive.

Day of the predator

Scarrow, Alex.


With teens Maddy, Liam, and Sal on their first solo assignment for a secret agency, Liam is sent back in time to prevent the murder of the father of time travel by a terrorist group, but due to a nuclear accident, he ends up in the late cretaceous period where the biggest threat is not from the legendary tyrannosaur.


Scarrow, Alex.


Rescued from imminent death, teens Maddy, Liam, and Sal join forces in 2001 Manhattan to correct changes in history made by other time travelers, using a "time bubble" surrounding the attack on the Twin Towers to hide their journeys.

The freedom maze : a novel

Sherman, Delia.


In 1960, thirteen-year-old Sophie isn't happy about spending the summer at their grandmother's old house in the Bayou until she finds a maze with a secretive and mischievous inhabitant. Bored and lonely, Sophie makes an impulsive wish and finds herself in 1860 at her family's home, where she is mistaken for a slave. What will happen to her?

Yukarism. 1

Shiomi, Chika, author.


Yukari Kobayakawa, an accomplished author at the age of 17, writes with amazingly accurate details about historical Japan. It turns out he has the ability to travel back in his past life as a renowned courtesan in the Edo period! As he goes back and forth between the past and present, he unravels the karmic relationship he has with his beautiful classmate Mahoro Tachibana...

Are you experienced?

Sonnenblick, Jordan, author.


Rich is fifteen and plays guitar. When his girlfriend asks him to perform at protest rally, he jumps at the chance. Unfortunately, the police show up, and so does Rich's dad. He's in big trouble. Frustrated with his dad, Rich sneaks into his office and breaks into a locked cabinet that holds his dad's prized possession: an electric guitar signed by Jimi Hendrix. Before he knows it, Rich is transported back to 1969 and the Woodstock concert.

When you reach me

Stead, Rebecca.


As her mother prepares to be a contestant on the 1980s television game show, "The $20,000 Pyramid," a twelve-year-old New York City girl tries to make sense of a series of mysterious notes received from an anonymous source that seems to defy the laws of time and space.

All our yesterdays

Terrill, Cristin.


"Em must travel back in time to prevent a catastrophic time machine from ever being invented, while Marina battles to prevent the murder of the boy she loves"--

Doctor Who. Prisoners of time

Tipton, Scott.


Prisoners of time celebrates the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who with a tribute to one of the greatest pop-culture heroes of all time telling an epic adventure featuring all eleven incarnations of the intrepid traveler through time and space known simply as ...the Doctor" --P. [4] of cover.

Time snatchers

Ungar, Richard (Richard Glenn)


Thirteen-year-old orphan Caleb is a "time snatcher" who travels through history stealing valuable artifacts from the past for high-paying clients of his ruthless guardian.


Vaughn, Carrie.


When Jill, a competitive high school fencer, goes with her family on vacation to the Bahamas, she's magically transported to an early-eighteenth-century pirate ship in the middle of the ocean.

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