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  • Omar, el jaguar

    by Andrea Olatunji
    Winner of the International Book Awards (Educational), Moonbeam Awards (Conservation), and KidsShelf Books Cover Design Awards, this is a beautifully illustrated story that teaches us about celebrating diversity. Written by a Spanish teacher, the rhyming and repetitive story introduces kids to basic vocabulary and expressions while taking them through a fascinating trip to the Amazon Forest. Omar is a lonely jaguar that wants to make friends. He encounters other animals that invite him to pl... more
  • Goodnight, Mr. Wombat

    by Thomas Rippy
    A family of three live on a small farm in Australia. Mother and daughter are sitting on the back porch and it is raining hard. The daughter, Cindy, sees a big wombat in the backyard , sitting in the rain. They call to the wombat, but it stays where it is. So, they put on raincoats, and walk up to the wombat with carrots. Cindy held out a carrot, and the hungry wombat ate it quickly. Then , Cindy held out another carrot, and the wombat followed mother and daughter onto the back porch. From tha... more
  • The Magus and The Fool

    by Akiva Hersh
    Carry Iverson needs a change of pace from his predictable life in Ohio. He takes a position with a social justice firm in Austin and rents a cottage on Lake Travis. At a bewildering dinner with his cousin, Donovan, his wife, Fallon, and an alluring transgender man, Levi, Carry discovers his neighbor is a wealthy and mysterious man who has everyone talking. Carry’s curiosity turns into attraction after meeting the flirtatious Jacobi at one of his parties. But Jacobi has a secret desire of his... more
  • Money and Finance for Kids

    by Thelma de Almeida Ribeiro
    •\tHas your child ever shown an interest in money? Have you ever struggled with how to explain things to them in a way they can understand? Let's follow Marlon and his grandpa as they learn more about money, how to earn it, how to save it, and much more. See Grandpa help Marlon set goals and watch how he teaches many important concepts along the way. This charming story is full of information to help kids develop their knowledge and understanding of finances that are such a hugely important pa... more
  • The Boy Who Loved Boxes: A Children's Book for Adults

    by Michael Albanese
    Conceived against the backdrop of the global pandemic, this modern-day allegory explores the illusion of control and the pursuit of peace. Join our hero and discover that happiness is not always found in the places we expect.
  • Bone Necklace

    by Julia Sullivan
    Bone Necklace tells the story of America's last "Indian war." In the summer of 1877, a bedraggled band of Nez Perce evade four converging armies before finally escaping to Canada. Other books have been written about the 500+ Nez Perce who were captured or killed in the war. This book focuses on the triumph of the nearly 300 who escaped.
  • Dead Horse Bay

    by John Dyson
    In Dead Horse Bay, John Dyson’s novel, three unlikely characters plan to stop the goose roundup at New York’s, Kennedy Airport. The geese lives are in danger because a goose has collided with an airplane at New York’s, La Guardia Airport and all geese living within a 7-mile radius of La Guardia Airport are to be killed.
  • Hugo von Hector the Kids' Art Collector

    by Whitney Beatty
    Has your art ever disappeared from the refrigerator overnight? Where could it have gone? Find out as you peek inside the world of one frustrated artist, whose life changes when he steps through a mysterious door to find imaginative art that perfectly captures his colorful, scribbly world. Hugo von Hector the Kids' Art Collector is a funny, magical tale that finally answers the question, "Hey, where did my picture go?"
  • Pushing Pawns

    by Dima Novak

    He's got the moves. On the street and over the board.

    Urban high school kid Moses Middleton hoped that chess competition could be a ticket out of mediocrity, but everything goes pear-shaped after a disastrous tournament. That’s when he meets Viktor, a mad Russian grandmaster who agrees to coach the team by revealing the secrets of Soviet chess.

    Together with his crew -- charismatic psychopath P.D. Morales, gifted violinist and expert fencer Esther T... more

  • Adventures in Amelbria

    by Kim Foale
    Being a princess isn't as fun as everyone thinks. Wanting to explore the world, as next-in-line to the thrown, Erika is forbidden to leave her kingdom of Amelbria. How can she convince her parents to grant her the freedom she wants so badly? What adventures lie ahead for Erika? Will she ever be able to leave the kingdom and find the mysterious island she's heard so much about? Jyan has felt misunderstood his whole life. Will he be able to prove to the tribe that he has what it takes to be Ch... more
  • Trixie Bixby and Her 66 Pairs of Socks

    by Angela Delf
    Trixie is a spirited girl who loves her fun and colorful sock collection. She has 66 pairs! But is that too many? How can she use her socks to help others? Follow along as Trixie discovers the happiness of giving.
  • The Moon Food Cafe

    by William Hageman
    It's the early eighties and OLNEY GARKLE has returned to California after several years of itinerant travel in Europe and Asia, culminating in a failed love affair in Paris. His immediate goal is to put an end to his life of hedonism-on-a-shoestring by getting a job. With modest bills in the mailbox of a modest apartment he can then begin the book that he hopes will give vent to his greatest outrage: the triumph of politics over people, and resolve his greatest conflict: the battle between lu... more
  • Men of Khyber

    by Om Soni
    Jawar Dil is the influential and charismatic leader of a powerful Hindu clan in Khyber. His skill in maintaining peace and harmony between many different factions and amidst the complex relationships that abound in the region are legendary, but after the death of his beloved wife he decides to retreat from public life and live as a spiritual recluse in Jalalabad. \tWith the clan now left dependent on Jawar’s untested son, Jai, it isn’t long before radical elements emerge to take advantage. En... more
  • 978-0-9967130-2-3

    by Jean Rover
    Something's amiss in Oregon's backcountry. A teacher spots a scruffy stranger loitering near the Forest Lake grade school, and there's a young boy missing in a neighboring county. Then eight-year-old Cody Benson, on an outing with his grandfather in the Big Bat Wilderness area, vanishes. Ken Blake, the deputy sheriff coordinating the search for Cody thinks he wandered off and froze to death. Cally Benson, Cody's mother, and eventually, the townsfolk are convinced a registered sex offender, livin... more
  • Bryla's Amazing Imagination

    by LaTasha Reynolds
    Bryla's Amazing Imagination: Bryla Visits the Moon is centered on a 6-year old little girl named Bryla, who has a natural fascination for astronomy. Each night, Bryla's fascination grows stronger for the Moon, and playing games of hide-and-seek just aren’t enough. Bryla desires to visit the Moon but doesn't know how to reach the galaxy from her suburban home. After explaining her desires to her mother, she teaches Bryla the importance of using imagination to make dreams come true.
  • Crossing the Pressure Line

    by Laura Anne Bird
    Crossing the Pressure Line is a contemporary middle grade novel that presents a plucky, deeply reflective heroine who grieves the untimely loss of her grandfather, puts her self-confidence to the test, and learns how to listen to the courageous voice inside.