Fall Reading List: 84 Ribbons, Brenwyd Legacy, The Possible Police

84 Ribbons84 Ribbons by Paddy Eger


Eger takes us into the world of dancer, Marta Selbryth, a small town girl from Bremerton, Washington with a lifelong desire to perform as a professional ballerina. Eger’s passion for the subject, captures this deep desire found in many young dancers but does not overstate the character’s sacrifices and successes.

What does it take to succeed when you are a teen, about to graduate, with your life spread before you, waiting for you to claim it? Eager says, “Tenacity”. Readers & reviewers agree. DanceSpirit magazine selected 84 Ribbons as 2014 April “Pick of the Month” and Foreword Reviews magazine calls 84 Ribbons “a riveting ballet story.” Reviewer, Leia Menlove, says, “Eger, a former dancer herself, brilliantly details the day-to-day life of this world. …A pure coming-of-age novel with moments of quiet drama, 84 Ribbons is about thriving despite the imperfections of life.”

“Like these young dancers, new adults often face challenges and disappointments and are pushed to their limits as they strive for physical, mental and emotional tenacity,” says Eger. “84 Ribbons strikes a balance between the world of ballet and the everyday world that waits just beyond the stagelights.”

Brenwyd LegacyBrenwyd Legacy – Finding Secrets by Rosemary Groux


Brenwyd Legacy is an epic trilogy about the unseen battle between good and evil. The adventure continues in the second book, Finding Secrets by national award-winning teen author, Rosemary Groux.

Suddenly thrust through a musical “time slip,” the teens find themselves in a kingdom ruled by none other than the legendary King Arthur. Before they can return and finish the rescue mission they began in their own era, the four friends discover that they have a vital role to play in this one.

To preserve the legacy of a kingdom that has fascinated imaginations for centuries, they must first uncover several secrets and fight for their lives. Caught in a race against time, will Cassie and her friends be able to find answers to their questions in time to save the kingdom… and themselves.

Strong endorsements from youth pastors, parents, teens, and the home schooling community.

The Possible PoliceThe Possible Police by Wylde Scott

What happens when you remove all obstacles to a child’s imagination? Anything is possible. Unless of course, you let The Possible Police stop you. They will do whatever it takes to stop children from believing. Wylde Scott believes that all children should live in a world of endless possibilities.

In this beautifully illustrated picture book The Possible Police, Wylde takes your child into his boundless imagination as he fights off the possible police. Join him as he inspires children to truly believe, and teaches them that no one can stop them from doing what they dream.