Showing 1–14 of 14 books

  • Author: Terry Pratchett
  • The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents

    A talking cat, intelligent rats, and a strange boy cooperate in a Pied Piper scam until they try to con the wrong town and are confronted by a deadly evil rat king. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • The Color of Magic

    A slightly disorganized and somewhat naive interplanetary tourist named Twoflower joins up with a bumbling wizard and embarks on a chaotic voyage through a world filled with monsters and dragons, heroes and knaves. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Dodger

    Sewer rat Dodger's life takes a sudden turn when he rescues a young woman from an attack, and goes from being a rascal to a hero. Stephen Briggs is the perfect narrator to express Pratchett's dry British humor while painting a lively picture of Victorian London.
  • Dodger

    In this wild historical adventure, 17-year-old Dodger rescues a young woman from an attack, is appointed assistant detective to Charlie Dickens, encounters the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, obtains his first tailored suit and learns from his mentor Solomon how to navigate a wide range of social and political circles.
  • Equal Rites

    A dying wizard tries to pass on his powers to an eighth son of an eighth son, who is just at that moment being born. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Going Postal

    Arch-swindler Moist Van Lipwig never believed his confidence crimes were hanging offenses-until he found himself with a noose tightly around his neck, dropping through a trapdoor, and falling into-a government job? Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Guards! Guards!

    Here there be dragons ... and the denizens of Ankh-Morpork wish one huge firebreather would return from whence it came. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • A Hat Full of Sky

    Tiffany Aching, a young witch-in-training, learns about magic and responsibility as she battles a disembodied monster. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Mort

    Unable to be objective, Mort, Death's bumbling apprentice, kills an assassin instead of Keli, the princess who should have been his victim. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Nation

    Narrator Stephen Briggs' crisp, precise British narration artfully enhances Terry Pratchett's survival story focusing on 13-year-old Mau and British teen Daphne, the sole survivors of a tsunami.
  • Nation

    Pratchett's trademark humor leavens this epic tale of ravaged islands, shipwrecked nobles and survival.
  • Small Gods

    Brutha, a simple man leading a quiet life tending his garden, finds his life irrevocably changed when his god, speaking to him through a tortoise, sends him on a mission of peace. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • The Wee Free Men

    A young witch-to-be named Tiffany teams up with the Wee Free Men, a clan of six-inch-high blue men, to rescue her baby brother and ward off a sinister invasion from Fairyland. Pratchett's tales of Discworld have won over generations of teen readers with intelligence, heart, and undeniable wit.
  • Wintersmith

    Crivens! Tiffany Aching has danced with the Wintersmith and he is determined to have her for his bride. Briggs reads quickly, keeping this novel on a breakneck pace.