Magic in the Mix, by Annie Barrows

Magic in the MixSummary:  Life seems to be back to normal for “newly twinned” sisters Miri and Molly until their magical house sends them on a new time-traveling adventure to the Civil War, where they must risk everything to save two unusual soldiers and come to terms with the emotional truth about Molly’s past.

Bloomsbury

Saving Lucas Biggs, by Marisa de los Santos

Saving Lucas BiggsSummary:  When thirteen-year-old Margaret’s father is sentenced to death for a crime he didn’t commit, she knows the only way to save him is to use the forbidden family power of time travel.

Harper Collins

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Fortunately the Milk,by Neil Gaiman

Fortunately the MilkSummary:  While picking up milk for his children’s cereal, a father is abducted by aliens and finds himself on a wild adventure through time and space.

Harper

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The Last Present, by Wendy Mass

Last PresentSummary:  Children’s birthdays are always strange in Willow Falls, but when Connor’s little sister Grace falls into a frozen state on her tenth birthday, Amanda and Leo must travel back in time to find out what force prevented Angelina from casting the blessing that would have protected her.

Scholastic

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The Pirate’s Coin, by Marianne Malone

Pirates CoinSummary:  A magical coin leads sixth-graders Ruthie and Jack to 1753 Massachusetts and to Jack’s pirate ancestor when they return to the Art Institute of Chicago’s miniature Thorne Rooms on a mission to restore an African American family’s reputation.

Random House

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Yesterday Again, by Barry Lyga

Yesterday AgainSummary:  Kyle Camden is annoyed because his superpower identity, the Azure Avenger (often called the Blue Freak) has been labeled as a villain by the town of Bouring–but when he builds a time machine, so that he can go back and prove that the hero Mighty Mike is an alien, he founds out that all of his assumptions are wrong.

Scholastic

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Wells Bequest, by Polly Shulman

Wells BequestSummary:  Two teenagers use H. G. Wells’s famous time machine to race through time and stop a dangerous enemy.

Nancy Paulsen Books

 

Bridge of Time, by Lewis Buzbee

Summary: “Best friends Lee Jones and Joan Lee have a lot more in common besides their names. On the eve of their class trip, they each learn their parents are getting divorced. Ugh. The class trip is a dud, so Lee and Joan steal away to talk. What follows is an afternoon nap in a lighthouse, walking up to find the Golden Gate Bridge gone–gone!–and meeting a young man named Sam Clemens, who is on the run from a mysterious stranger.Lee and Joan wonder: Where are they? What year is it? Why don’t their cell phones work? How will they get back? Do they even want to? Will life ever be the same? “from Amazon

 
Feiwel and Friends
 

Facing the Hunchback of Notre Dame, by L.L. Samson

The Enchanted Attic series

Summary:  When Quasimodo from Victor Hugo’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” appears fully alive and completely bewildered in their attic, twin twelve-year-old avid readers Ophelia and Linus search for a way to help him return home.

Zonderkidz

The Last Musketeer, by Stuart Gibbs

Summary:  In Paris with his parents to sell family heirlooms, fourteen-year-old Greg Rich suddenly finds himself four hundred years in the past, and is aided by boys who will one day be known as “The Three Musketeers.”

Harper

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Torn, by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Summary:  Time travelers Jonah and Katherine arrive in 1611 to rescue missing child John Hudson, son of the explorer Henry Hudson, but just as the mutiny on the Discovery is supposed to start, Jonah and Katherine’s knowledge of history is tested once again, and they fear that more is at stake than just one boy’s life. Author’s note includes facts about Henry Hudson’s explorations.

Simon & Schuster

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My Unfair Godmother, by Janette Rallison

Summary: A fairy godmother-in-training is sent to help angry seventeen-year-old Tansy, who reluctantly is staying with her father and his new wife while her mother and sister are travelling, but the unfortunate result of this intended help is chaos and confusion.

Walker

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Roberto and Me, by Dan Gutman

Summary: Stosh travels back to 1969 to try to prevent the untimely death of Roberto Clemente, a legendary baseball player and humanitarian, but upon his return to the present, he meets his own great-grandson who takes him into the future, and what he finds there is more shocking than anything he has encountered in his travels to the past. 180 pgs. Harper

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Lost Children, by Carolyn Cohagan

Summary:  When twelve-year-old Josephine falls through a worm-hole in her garden shed into another time and place, she realizes the troubles she has at home are minor compared to what she has to tackle now in the world where she has landed. 313 pgs. Aladdin

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