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  • A Pardon For Tommy

    by Patricia Nmukoso Enyi
    On Thanksgiving weekend, the last thing Chelsea wants to do is to return home to New Orleans. It holds all of her memories of Hurricane Katrina, memories which she would rather forget. There is one thing that makes her change her mind –Tommy, her beloved pet turkey who watched the destruction of her city from Chelsea’s backpack. It’s Tommy who represents hope and life, and all the good things that a Thanksgiving can bring.
  • Counting Wolves

    by Michael F. Stewart
    The Breakfast Club meets Grimm's Fairy Tales in the lair of an adolescent psych ward. Milly’s evil stepmother commits her to a pediatric psych ward. That’s just what the wolf wants. With bunk mates like Red, who’s spiraling out of control; Pig, a fire-bug who claims Milly as her own—but just wants extra dessert—Vanet, a manic teen masquerading as a fairy godmother with wish-granting powers as likely to kill as to help; and the mysterious Wolfgang, rumored to roam for blood at night; it doesn’... more
  • Bebette

    by Joseph Barone
    Bebette started coming around when Lily Fiore was already too old to indulge in imaginary friendships. First she showed up only sporadically, and then she became Lily's sole companion. Lily was almost nine when she discovered she had a very serious blood disease. It upended her life, and caused her mother and father to move the family from Reverie to Salvation, NY where Salvation Children's Hospital resided. Three years of treatments hadn't yet cured her and she was twelve now. Her fri... more
  • Dreams Anthology

    by Reetwika Banerjee
    Dreams Anthology is a paperback book (ISBN 978-1-63535-907-7), edited & compiled by veteran author S. Bandyopadhyay. Cover released on 30 April 2017. It brings to you wonderful writings by 40 talented authors from diverse corners of the world. The list includes Reetwika Banerjee, Eftichia Kapardeli, Flerida Ambrocio, S N Siva, Alok Mishra, Anwesha Ghosh, Archisha Dasgupta, Atul Chandra Sarkar, Ayushman Jamwal, Bipul Banerjee, Charu Joshi, Dr. Parul Jain, Dr. Roopleen Prasad Dr. Sudip Sinha, Jis... more
  • Henry and the Hidden Treasure

    by BCR Fegan
    Henry and the Hidden Treasure is an imaginative adventure a young child has in defending his pocket money against his little sister. Henry constructs elaborate defensive measures that he is sure will stand up to the clever ambitions of Lucy. Little does he know, Lucy has a few tricks of her own. With a focus on introducing children to the use of ordinal numbers, Henry and the Hidden Treasure also draws out some important qualities of being a kid – such as creativity, the value of listening to... more
  • Cutie's Big Adventures: Cutie Meets Mr. Lizard (Cutie Meets Mr. Lizard)

    by Felicia Di John
    “Cutie Meets Mr. Lizard” is the first of CUTIE’S BIG ADVENTURES in the new Cutie Book Series. Cutie is a playful rescue dog who lives in the desert and enjoys having fun, making new friends and seeking adventure. A little dog who thinks she is big, Cutie is a chihuahua who is curious and brave. In this first book in the series, she finds her way outdoors, meets a new friend, and learns an important life lesson.
  • Goodnight Love

    by Tania Giguere
    A short story of a mothers love for her daughter letting her know how much she is loved. Telling her daughter through a bedtime story that she is important to all things and that her daughter is very important to her.
  • The Amazing Tree House

    by Naomi Rogers
    Mom thinks she is setting the rules when her family decides to build a tree house. However, Dad and the kids mistake all of her worrisome direction for fun things to add on. These misunderstandings lead to a very frustrated mom and one amazing tree house!
  • The Bombmaker's Wife

    by Brandon Davis Jennings
    When Jordan O’Duffy is sexually assaulted in the Riverside High School locker room two months before graduation, he begins to plot his revenge on the students he believes assaulted him. Zeva, a Bosnian Muslim illegal immigrant who settles in Riverside after working with terrorists in the Middle East for years, sees something in Jordan that reminds her of the life she’d once had before her husband and son were murdered by soldiers during the Bosnian Genocide. Can Zeva help Jordan, a boy abandoned... more
  • Tillie: Heart and Soul

    by Mary Atkinson
    Ten-year-old Tillie practices roller skating whenever she can--even in the old Franklin Piano Factory where she lives with her guardian Uncle Fred. She's determined to be in the annual skateathon with her friends Shanelle and Glory.. Surely Mama wouldn't miss it! But skating in the city is tough, three-way friendships are tricky, and the stupid rules in Mama's rehab program could mess up all her plans.
  • Jabulani

    by Jonathan Stotler
    Come along with Jabulani, a boy in Southern Africa, as he lives with purpose and loves with purpose. Jabulani learns how the little ways that he helps his family and friends can add up to big rewards, and that no matter how small you are, you can accomplish big things. In doing so, Jabulani shares his story across diverse cultural lines and at the same time introduces his culture from the Ndebele tribe of the Republic of South Africa to other children through this story of a week in his life.
  • Shelby Shoes

    by Sue Ellen Miner
    Shelby Shoes is the sweetest Golden Retriever with a very silly name. Meet Shelby Shoes and five of her doggie friends whose names might be just as silly, a little bit sillier, or maybe even the silliest. Children and adults alike will smile all the way through this charmingly clever and cheerfully creative book.
  • Shelby Shoes

    by Sue Ellen Miner
    Shelby Shoes is the sweetest Golden Retriever with a very silly name. Meet Shelby Shoes and five of her doggie friends whose names might be just as silly, a little bit sillier, or maybe even the silliest. Children and adults alike will smile all the way through this charmingly clever and cheerfully creative book.
  • Daisy and the Pirates

    by J. T. Allen
    Eleven-year-old Daisy Tannenbaum, tomboy extraordinaire, doesn’t want to go back to school. So, when she ends up on an isolated island in the Indian Ocean after her family is accidentally kidnapped by Malay pirates, she’s totally psyched. For her, this is paradise. Her family, however, is utterly unprepared to cope with the primitive conditions on the island. Her parents are barely on speaking terms, her sister wants to crush Daisy’s skull with a rock, and a grad student Daisy’s dad may or may n... more
  • Sparks Fly

    by Kadian Thomas

    Calina Cabhair, a sixteen-year-old high school junior is trying to figure out what to do with the rest of her life. For her, deciding a path is no simple task. All that is pushed aside, however, when Calina accidentally falls through a portal that transports her to a land called Kollosnia. Calina is amazed by the new world, but she has little time to savor it, as she finds out she s just landed in the middle of a brewing war, with the monstrous Dark King ruling the land. Calina has no intenti... more

  • One Broken Day

    by Melissa MacVicar
    After a notorious school shooting leaves her a shadow of the girl she once was, seventeen-year-old Lizzie Beringer moves to Nantucket Island. There, Lizzie vows to hide her identity as the shooter’s sister. All her efforts to fly under the radar, however, are complicated by her P.T.S.D. and the attention she receives from two competing boys. While fending off the not-so-subtle advances of popular athlete Michael Wickersham, she must also deal with her growing feelings for her shy lab partner Gag... more