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  • Mama's Illness

    by Jack A. Ori
    Mama's Illness, a short prequel to Reinventing Hannah, tells the story of Hannah's attempt to understand and cope with her mother's hospitalization for mental health reasons when she was only six years old. After Mama goes to the hospital, Hannah's world is turned upside down, especially because Grandma insists on keeping her in the dark to protect her. Hannah is a bright, resilient child, but is that enough to allow her to cope with her mother's mysterious illness and the steps Grandma takes to... more
  • Reinventing Hannah

    by Jack Ori

    NOTE FOR READERS: This novel contains content about a fictional 16-year-old dealing with having been raped. It may be uncomfortable for you to read if you are a real-life survivor.


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    16-year-old Hannah longs to be someone bold and fearless, but her fear of rocking the boat gets in the way. That's why she turns down a date with Brad, the guy she secretly likes but her friends have labeled as a loser, to keep her promise to watch her friend Sierra&#... more

  • Penelope: Helps Mom and Dad

    by E. Brauner-Hughes
    No time to play, Penelope must help mom and dad! She begins with helping in the family garden, picking fruits and vegetables for dinner. Penelope learns helping with household chores can be rewarding in this charming children's stories.Children love Penelope! Look for more books in this adorable series
  • Dasher and the Sleigh-Train

    by E. Dorinda Shelley
    Santa is worried about his sleigh being overloaded with toys. Then, Dasher gets sick. A toy train magically saves the Christmas Eve journey guided by the powerful engine searchlight. Afterwards, the reindeer visited Dasher in the infirmary and sang a favorite song for him, "Jingle Bells.” When he heard it he began to feel better and said he’d be back to help pull the sleigh next Christmas for sure.
  • Big Monty and the Lunatic Lunch Lady

    by Matt Maxx
    Meet fifth-grader Merlin Montgomery, AKA Big Monty. Merlin navigates between his love of astronomy and his desire to be accepted by A’lo Jenkins, the school champion of yo’ mama jokes. In Big Monty and the Lunatic Lunch Lady, Merlin discovers that Mrs. Findlehorner has created a monster out of the leftover lasagna and fish sticks to attack the ungrateful students. He and his clever, polka-dot-wearing sister, Josephine, have to figure out how to stop her! Complete with science activities and voca... more
  • cars kottayam

    by bibina joy
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  • But I'm Too Little

    by Kimberly Spencer
    Need a little positivity and confidence that you can do anything you set your mind to? Meet Kai. She is your typical little girl, except she finds herself constantly faced with obstacles because of her size and age. With positive reinforcement and the help of those around her, she realizes that she can overcome any challenge. Kai is spreading the message that no matter your size or age, you can do anything you set your mind to.
  • Rudy's Lost His Red Nose!: A Jolly Jangle Christmas Story

    by Marilyn Cook
    This one is a heart-warming Christmas Story full of vibrant illustrations and lots of snow. It is called 'Rudy's Lost His Red Nose!' and is about the Jolly Jangles who decide to join forces with their forest friends and help Rudy the reindeer to find his red nose. It is Christmas Eve and time is running out! The story teaches children the importance of friendship and working together as a team, it also introduces children into having faith that all things are possible. This copy is 'dysl... more
  • Flying with Kindness

    by Eric Simmons
    Sibling rivalry, a cranky little boy, and a frustrated mother could be any parent’s typical day. “Flying With Kindness”, is a deeply moving story and travel adventure to the Grand Canyon. It’s a book about a boy name Basil and the normal sibling rivalry with his younger sister, Ava. Basil has a strong personality. In addition, kindness doesn’t seem to come natural for Basil. Basil’s parents are trying to teach him the importance of kindness. He thinks kindness is too much work. By chance, Bas... more
  • Once Upon and Ever After

    by Caroline L Thornton
    Once Upon and Ever After is a different kind of fairytale. Told entirely from the prince’s point of view it charts the journey he takes from his early days of training to his final quest to rescue a princess. Unfortunately things don’t go to plan when he finds that the princess has already rescued herself and the next one he tries to save has done the same! At first the prince is confused and annoyed. But then he starts to look at things from their point of view and begins to understand ... more
  • Mimi and the Brave Magic

    by Marta Dahlig

    One two three, one two three, make Brave Magic just for me!

    Mimi loves taking walks with Granny. That is until she meets someone and has to say hello... Then she just covers herself with her ears and POOF! She disappears! But Mimi’s trick doesn’t work today and EVERYONE in Tumilu Valley seems determined to greet her...

    Luckily, Nana knows just the right kind of magic!

  • Tutu and the Worst Day Ever

    by Marta Dahlig

    A deliciously illustrated playful story about dealing with anger and surviving the days that seem to go wrong from the very beginning!

    It’s a TERRIBLE morning for Tutu.

    Mom wakes him too early. Then he spills porridge all over his favorite shirt. Now he’s sitting at the playground angry, hungry and all alone... Tutu just knows this day will be awful, icky and terrible. Simply the WORST DAY EVER…

    But what if he’s wrong? Can a few sticks, two old butto... more

  • Mr. Moonbeam and the Halloween Crystal

    by Ryan Cowan
    Elliott attends his third-grade class like any other boy, except that Elliott isn’t like any other boy. Endowed with magical powers, Elliott belongs to a secret world called Moonstone – and trouble is brewing. When the evil witch Noir steals The Halloween Crystal, it’s up to Elliott and his third-grade teacher, Mr. Moonbeam, to stop Noir from invading the non-magical world on Halloween night. But can Elliott learn to master his powers in time?
  • Low Hanging Branches

    by Cee McAdams
    This is a collection of short stories which tend more toward the real that the unimaginable. These stories are meant to entertain as well as stimulate the imagination, but some may give you the feeling that you have been there before or something similar happened to you or you may have known someone just like that. As you read each story, you may want to stifle a giggle or you may want to laugh out loud, but hopefully one or more of the stories will speak to you and you will know the very moment... more
  • What are monsters afraid of?

    by CARMEN PARETS LUQUE

    Have you ever wondered what monsters might be afraid of?Ghosts, witches, vampires, mummies, skeletons and many more monsters reveal their best-kept secrets on the pages of this tale. Read their story to find out about their monstrously funny fears and discover that deep down, these monsters, rather than being scary, will actually make us laugh out loud and will pull at our heartstrings.

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