In the year 2042, when an unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, Willa’s little daughter Katy has been confiscated by the ruthless Bureau of Population Management. Unless Willa can rescue her she faces a life of stigma, toil and despair. With the help of some unlikely allies, Willa devises an audacious scheme to hide in plain sight and free Katy, but it will only work if she can find the courage to reinvent herself.
When no one is what they seem, the truth can be a dangerous luxury. Come on Home Children, Book Two of Children in Hiding, is a dystopian thriller that tests whether love can outwit bureaucratic greed, and whether Willa can tread the treacherous path between reality and illusion.
Katy learns that she was one of those children who had been seized by the ruthless Population Control police. Through heroic efforts her mother rescued her. How far would you go to rescue your friends?
Can embarking on a senior citizen’s cruise in the Mediterranean, and a chance meeting with a perfect stranger, lead to lessons in love and letting go for sixteen year-old Lexi?
For Ed Kirk, your, normal sixteen year-old high school student, the world changed the day he awoke to a plague that had turned almost everyone around him into flesh-eating zombies.
To Kill a Mocking bird meets the Civil Rights Movement. This southern tale is a coming-of-age story about doing right just because it's right.
“This is a fine, fine novel for all ages. Youth should read it to be inspired; those of us past youth should read it to be reminded who we were meant to be.” Hubert O'Hearn, By The Book Reviews.
Fourteen-year-old Matt Archer thinks his life is pretty lame until he discovers something terrifying on a weekend camping trip at the local state park: monsters are real.