MERIDIAN JAMES AND THE OUROBOROS DAGGER
Magic Doesn't Exist. Fourteen-year-old Meridian had heard these words from her scientist father her whole life but that hadn't stopped her from wishing a magic wand could make her life better. Then, when a black rat, an ancient dagger, and her nasty aunt catapult her to a most unusual summer camp, she quickly realizes she needs much more than a magic wand to survive.
MERIDIAN JAMES AND PANDORA'S JAR
Don't Be Noticed. Think Small. Hide: Meridian had lived by these words since her first day at Camp Greenwood, a summer camp for mystic kids. It was the only way she knew to keep her and her friends safe. When a vase breaks revealing a disturbing secret, will Meridian be brave enough to stop hiding? Ignorance may be bliss, but in her case it will be deadly.
Rebs was born and raised in the Upper Midwest before moving to the East Coast, then the West Coast, then East again followed quickly by a short stint in the Midwest before finding her way once more to the East Coast. Along the way, she collected one husband, two children, two college degrees, an interesting assortment of employment experiences, and an enduring love for a good book. When one of her offspring did not share the same enthusiasm for reading, she created this story which has held its own against the allure of the Internet-at least for now