Lincoln Hoppe is an accomplished actor of stage and screen with several films, plays, television shows, and numerous audiobooks. His diverse voice characterizations can be heard on animated films, video games, and commercials across the globe. He is a member of the Lost Angeles Comedy Sportz Improv Company.
From Frank Portman comes the long-awaited sequel to the beloved
cult classic King Dork, of which John Green, author of
The Fault in Our Stars, said, “Basically, if you are a
human being with even a vague grasp of the English language,
King Dork will rock your world.
Though he thinks of himself as a cowboy, Tommy is really a
bully. He's always playing cruel jokes on classmates or
stealing from the store. But Tommy has a reason. life at home is
tough. His abusive mother isn't well; in fact, she may be mentally
ill, and his sister, Mary Lou, is in the hospital badly burned from
doing a chore it was really Tommy's turn to do.
"Reminiscent of To Kill a
Mockingbird." —Booklist, Starred
"An unforgettable boy and his unforgettable story. I loved it."
—ROB BUYEA, author of Because of Mr. Terupt and Mr.
Terupt Falls Again This Newbery Honor winner is perfect for fans of To Kill a
Mockingbird,The King’s Speech, and The
A sweeping story told in letters, spanning two continents and two
world wars, Jessica Brockmole’s atmospheric debut novel
captures the indelible ways that people fall in love, and
celebrates the power of the written word to stir the heart.
Tracy Kidder is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the author of
the bestsellers The Soul of a New Machine, House,
AmongSchoolchildren, and HomeTown. He
has been described by the BaltimoreSun as the
“master of the non-fiction narrative.
“The Dump” is what Doug Swieteck calls his new home in
upstate New York. He lands there in the summer of 1968, when the
Apollo space missions are under way, Joe Pepitone is slugging for
the New York Yankees, and the Vietnam War is raging. At home he
lives with a father who has lost his way and a brother accused of
Originally published in hardcover in 1972, A Day No Pigs Would
Die was one of the first young adult books, along with titles
like The Outsiders and The Chocolate War. In it,
author Robert Newton Peck weaves a story of
a Vermont boyhood that is part fiction, part memoir.