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J A White

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J. A. White lives in New Jersey with his wife, three sons, and a hamster named Ophelia that doesn't like him very much. When he's not making up stories, he teaches a bunch of kids how to make up stories (along with math and science and other important stuff). He wishes dragons were real because it would be a much cooler way to get to work.

Genres: Children's Fiction
Shadow School
   1. Archimancy (2018)
   2. Dehaunting (2020)
   3. Phantoms (2021)
J A White recommends
Small Spaces (2018)
(Small Spaces, book 1)
Katherine Arden
"The perfect book to be read by firelight during a chilly autumn evening--though you might find yourself inching closer to the light as the story nears its terrifying conclusion. Katherine Arden is a gifted storyteller with a wicked imagination!"
Order of the Majestic (2019)
(Order of the Majestic, book 1)
Matt Myklusch
"Matt Myklusch’s thrilling reinvention of the magical school sub-genre is packed with humor, imaginative world building, and surprises. I loved it!"
The Forest of Stars (2020)
Heather Kassner
"A spellbinding tapestry of dreams and nightmares, shadows and hope."
Thirteens (2020)
(Thirteens, book 1)
Kate Alice Marshall
"A sensational, spooky tale. Thirteens has all the creepyelements that I adore: a town with a wicked history,lovable characters, great writing, plenty of scares, and mystery layered upon mystery. Sign me up for the next book!"
Ghost Girl (2021)
Ally Malinenko
"Ghost Girl is a grand buffet for any lover of spooky tales. Within its pages you’ll find a misty graveyard, creepy hounds, terrifying spirits, moonlit chases—and a silver-tongued villain who will send chills down your spine. At the center of it all is a winning protagonist and a heartfelt message about staying true to yourself and the power of friendship. Read it with a cup of hot cocoa on a dark and stormy night!"

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