Showing 1–9 of 9 books

  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Award year: 1999
  • Antarctica

    The popular author of the Mars trilogy takes readers on a journey to a place with an equally inhospitable climate, bringing along a disparate group of characters with vastly different agendas for the frozen continent. Teens who like multilayered sf will be as pleased with the vivid blend of fact and fiction Robinson uses to depict the stark landscape as they are by the story's diverse cast and its gradually widening circle of intrigue.
  • Dragon Drums

    When his boy soprano voice begins to change, Piemur is drafted by Masterharper Robinton to help with political work and is sent on missions that lead him into unusual and sometimes dangerous adventures. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • Dragon Singer

    Pursuing her dream to be a Harper of Pern, Menolly studies under the Masterharper learning that more is required than a facility with music and a clever way with words. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • Dragon Song

    Forbidden by her father to indulge in music in any way, a girl on the planet Pern runs away, taking shelter with the planet's fire lizards who, along with her music, open a new life for her. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • Dragonflight

    Dragonflight is the story of Lessa, the last of the noble bloodline of Ruatha Hold. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • Dragonquest

    While the deadly Thread continues to fall, F'lar must combat internal conflicts among the dragonriders. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • Legends: Stories by the Masters of Modern Fantasy

    It reads like an honor roll of modern sf/fantasy writers: Orson Scott Card, Ursula Le Guin, Anne McCaffrey, Robert Jordan, Stephen King, and more. With editor Silverberg carefully supplying background, 11 stellar genre writers reenter the well-established universes they so lovingly created in series: McCaffrey returns to Pern, Silverberg writes again about Valentine as king, Roland the Gunslinger continues his journey toward the Dark Tower. Series fans won't be disappointed in the least, and the novellas provide teens who don't know the earlier books with a wonderful preview of what's in store. The first volume of a three-part paperback edition will be available sometime this fall.
  • The Ship Who Sang

    Helva had been born human, but only her brain had been saved and implanted into the titanium body of an intergalactic scout ship. But first she had to choose a human partner--male or female--to share her exhilarating escapades in space. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.
  • The White Dragon

    Lord Jaxom and his extraordinary dragon Ruth had many talents though Pern though he was a runt. So they trained in secret. Her books have become science fiction classics and have "impressed" young adult readers for 30 years. Although set in imaginary worlds, McCaffrey's focus on the personal and emotional need of human beings mirrors the quest of today's teens to find their own place in society.