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  • Eli Elephant Works Through Emotions

    by Shelby Stevens
    Eli the Elephant has a special day planned with Finley Flamingo until....ACHOO! She comes down with the flu! From initial excitement and joy to disappointment, anger, and sadness, Eli will need to work through his big feelings, with a little help, of course! In the end, he'll discover that some essential tools, a little gratitude, and a kind heart are the keys to shifting his mindset and making the best of a tough situation. This insightful, growth mindset children's book full of charming ... more
  • The Secret of One-Eyed Cogburn, The Dreaded Pirate Captain

    by Diane Merrill Wigginton
    Timmy, Jimmy, and Jade love to fill their summer days with fun. In this adventure, the three friends will find a treasure chest in the middle of their ship and meet the dreaded pirate captain, One-Eyed Cogburn, who has a very well-kept secret. But who does the chest truly belong to? Will the three adventurous youth be able to keep the treasure for themselves? Will One-Eyed Cogburn let them escape unharmed? Join Timmy and his friends in this fabulous quest full of mysteries, secrets, and laughter... more
  • I Hunt for Stars Alone

    by Ricardo Quintana-Vallejo
    After 9/11, a young Mexican boy relocates to an Indiana town with his mother and brother. Facing a society wary of foreigners, he navigates the complexities of identity, sexuality, and bullies, alongside his steadfast friends Ji-Hyeok and Emily Rossi. As he matures, his youthful voice takes the form of free verse, filled with boundless potential, while his older self reflects in sonnets, crafting the systematic structure of his memories. “Beautiful and moving. I mean, emotionally, but als... more
  • The Stained Envelope

    by Aurelie Lien
    The Stained Envelope is the inspiring story of Flekk, a little plain envelope, who gets sent on a mission to deliver a letter. His initial excitement for adventure is quickly replaced with fright, loneliness and disappointments. In other words, nothing goes the way he thought it would. In fact, it’s the exact opposite. Along the way, Flekk meets one special friend who seems to know more than he does. At last, Flekk is delivered and finds out the purpose of his long and hard journey. The Stain... more
  • Verse of Life

    by Joel David Kilgore
    Life is poetic and poetry is life. Poetry can touch weary soul, inspire, teach, entertain, and heal emotional scars. The gift of poetry transcends understanding and takes the reader and writer to new worlds. Every poet has a unique brand and theme which identifies the poet’s style. Usually, a poet’s prose identifies what style of poetry the poet writes. God has blessed this author with a gift that bears no certain theme or style. Instead, poetry is universal and reaches the masses. Within th... more
  • Under the Bandage

    by Lois Wickstrom
    What's happening under the bandage? Mom makes him wear a bandage when he skins his knee. She says "no peeking." What's going on under there? It's a war. His soldiers against the bad bacteria. After the bad bacteria are dead, it's time to rebuild. Now, the construction crews come in. It takes lots of work to grow new skin.
  • Marshmallow Rabbit

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Mr. Bonbon was up bright and early, determined to catch Annabelle, the candy thief. He was up all night plotting to trick her and teach her a lesson. He thought: I know! I'll make the candy look easy to steal. He made a giant marshmallow rabbit. A modern version of Tar Baby.
  • Ginger's Fireworks Safety Tips

    by AimeeAnn Blythe

    3rd book in Ginger Series

    This educational and delightful story weaves together children's Fireworks Safety, fun, and friendship as Ginger and her pals charm the townspeople and join the July 4th town parade.

  • I Sing

    by Darlynn Linton
    "I Sing" encourages children to embrace their uniqueness and share their gifts with the world. Through the story of Jasmine, or Jazzy, who loves to sing and spread joy, readers are inspired to celebrate their own talents and individuality. This book is a heartwarming invitation for children to discover and express their innate gifts, reminding them that everyone is special and has something wonderful to contribute.
  • The Secret Gift

    by Joseph Tristan
    “The Secret Gift” is a story that exemplifies the positive virtues of life. A story of family, friends, faith, and love, and how life becomes complete when you bond all four together. “The Secret Gift” is the story of a gifted heart surgeon, Landon Rief. Landon retires after thirty-five years of treating people with heart conditions. Landon begins his retirement life by traveling abroad to initiate his bucket list. While traveling through Germany, a mysterious stranger visits him and he le... more
  • Phoot-Phoot!: A read-aloud, action story for toddlers

    by Eve Verne
    Introduce young ones to the digestive system, and the vital processes of elimination, with this cute character story. Designed for interaction, the small print has suggestions for actions you can have fun with together!
  • Psychosis & Guitars by Batson Sludge

    by Batson Sludge
    Batson Sludge lives in an abusive household. He is placed in a mental hospital. He develops imaginary helpers as coping mechanisms. He discovers his gift for making music. He is released from the hospital and starts a band. Music becomes his therapy and coping mechanism. He becomes a legendary, infamous rock star.
  • The Adventures of Miles and Millie

    by Hoofnagle
    Miles and Millie are two basset hounds who love to tell the story of how they were saved by an animal shelter. They believe sharing how they found a new home will help other shelter animals find their furever home too. They enjoy teaching kids about adopting a pet from a shelter and how to care for them once they are part of their new family.
  • There's a Duck in the House

    by Don M. Winn
    A fun adventure inspired by an actual event Frank and Martha Tuttle were enjoying a lazy morning when they heard a terrible noise inside their house. What could it be? A wild duck had fallen down the chimney! Frank and Martha try and try to help the duck back outside, but the duck wants to stay. He likes their house. He likes their bathtub. He likes their closets and their clothes and their snacks and their chairs and their names and most of all he likes Frank. Frank does not agree. What... more
  • The Making of Genevieve

    by Judy Lannon

    Living a privileged life on the shores of Newport, RI, sixteen-year-old Genevieve Lemaire has her future carefully planned. She will finish high school, graduate from college, and become a sought-after interior designer. Marriage, a husband, and children are not in the immediate plan.

    However, it is the year 1940, and world events are about to take unexpected turns as they intertwine with Genevieve’s choices. Do her choices begin with her new neighbor, the handsome Nicky Reynolds,... more

  • Aria & Liam - The Druids' Secret

    by Coline Monsarrat
    Join Aria and Liam on an unforgettable adventure that will transport you to a world where myth and reality converge. When the unstoppable duo is unexpectedly catapulted into an ancient mystical forest, they must team up with the legendary druid Merlin and a rebellious young Arthur to retrieve the legendary sword, Excalibur. But things aren't as they seem. The powerful Circle of Druids has hidden Excalibur in a plot to prevent Arthur's rise and crown Lancelot as king. Aria and Liam must face p... more