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  • Henry the Blue Monkey: Being Different is Good

    by Linda Christen
    Henry discovers in one way or another we’re all different and that's what makes us special. Join this endearing blue monkey as he overcomes insecurity with love, acceptance, and a few superpowers.
  • Emoji Adventures Volume 1: The Horse Party

    by PT Evans
    Ever wonder what the life of an emoji is like? Well here is your chance to go behind the screen and find out. GET READY FOR EMOJI ADVENTURES! Follow Annie Emoji, her devilish brother, Kevin, and her BFF’s Dot and Billy as they maneuver their way through life in a land of emojis. In Book #1, Annie desperately wants to get invited to the popular kids’ party – but will she be one of the lucky ones to get an invitation? Fun Emoji Illustrations! Picture on Every Page! New Titles Soon! Great fo... more
  • HOW I SENT MY HUG AROUND THE WORLD

    by Donna Ellen Conrad

    When a young girl discovers that the grumpy-growly mood that began in her family has spread across the globe like a bad cold, she vows to reverse it.  See how a single hug to Mama brings her sunny-yummy-sweet-as-honey good mood to every living thing in the universe --- and that includes frogs.

  • Things On A Tree

    by D.L. Finn

    What a way to spend Christmas Eve! Thirteen-year-old Aimee is sick and missing her dad, who died in a car accident last year. While the rest of her family are outside playing in the snow, she is alone by their Christmas tree. Aimee sighs as the tears begin to fall. She wishes she still believed in Santa Claus. Then she could ask him to change the last year. Yeah, right, she thought. She turns away from the tree, and falls asleep. Later that night, Aimee awakens to a strange noise.... more

  • STEP ONE, STEP TWO, STEP THREE AND FOUR

    by Maria Ashworth
    A young girl's world is turned upside-down when her mother decides to remarry. Along with the ring comes a few more, Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four. The girl will do whatever it takes to keep them out of her life. She eventually realizes there are some benefits to her step-siblings. This lighthearted story will reassure children that in spite of change, the outcome is worth the transition. It delights in the possibilities of having a growing blended family. Nominated in 2012 as a fi... more
  • Put Away Your Phone!

    by tracy bryan
    Meet Emma... She's a little girl that notices that grown-ups are always on their phones. Follow Emma as she counts her way through the zoo and help her shout PUT AWAY YOUR PHONE! Find out how Emma learns that there's a time and place to be on your phone. Don't worry grown-ups...Emma has some compromises to make too, when she realizes that losing her cool doesn't feel so cool!
  • Tucked Away In a Nook

    by B. D. Coombs
    While visiting grandma’s house, Annie and Todd come upon the strange Mr. Max digging a hole in the ground, obsessed that there is treasure to be found there. And when the siblings later discover a cave, and an owl guarding a mysterious chest, they are convinced that they have stumbled on a great fortune. But riches often comes in the most surprising of ways. Whatever Annie and Todd have found in that cave, it wasn’t what they were expecting it to be.
  • Michael at the Park

    by Carl Witt, Jr.
    Adventure! Action! Imagination! Join five year old Michael and his friends at the park for an afternoon of all types of excitement. Fly a jet. Dig for treasure. Explore a jungle. Climb mountains. Do it all as you join with Michael at the Park!
  • Golden Boy Bailey

    by Erin Frew
    Bailey Boy has it all! He has spirit, charm and he knows how to have fun. Bailey loves going on adventures. So when Sable awakens him early one morning Bailey is quick to get up and see what excitement the day has to bring. And the result is pure perfection.
  • Butterflies Keep Flying

    by Ali Pfautz

    Sometimes, the gentle butterfly imagines what it might be like to be other creatures . . . bigger, stronger, louder animals; those who don’t have fragile wings, who don’t have to fly around all day. But when she stops daydreaming and starts thinking about how her wings carry her through life's challenges, the butterfly reminds herself of the incredible strength within her colorful, breakable wings.

  • Shooting Star

    by Michael Embry
    Jesse Christopher finds out that it's not easy being the new kid in school, no matter how well you play basketball. When discovered shooting hoops at a school playground by a high school coach, Jesse seems to be the missing piece to the puzzle for a team that aspires to win the Kentucky state championship. But Jesse faces an array of problems in his new environment as he tries to make friends in the classroom and become part of the school's close-knit basketball team. Can Jesse overcome the obst... more
  • The Bully List

    by Michael Embry
    Dealing with bullies isn’t an easy thing to do. My parents tell me to ignore or avoid them. But it seems if you ignore them, it gets under their skin and they want to bully you even more. And that makes it’s even harder to avoid them. Does that make sense? My teachers seem to be too busy with other things when it comes to bullies. I guess they have so many students they can’t be bothered by it all. They say they want to treat everybody the same. I think I understand that but it doesn’t always wo... more
  • My Brother Came Home with a Cone on His Head

    by Paul Warnke
    A leg injury and visit to the doctor leads to a scary time for one little dog who just wants to play with his brother.
  • Ted, The Fire Engine Who is Afraid of Fire!

    by Lakshmi Mitter
    Ted is no ordinary fire engine. He has a potato shaped face and what’s more, he is afraid of fire! His fireman is not happy with Ted and might give him away. Ted feels very sad. He wishes for a magical way to become brave at once. Will he find a way before it is too late?
  • Bubbles Adventure to the Safari

    by Madinah Ali
    Packed with adventures, friendship, and teamwork , BUBBLES "Adventure to the Safari" is a fun-filled book younger readers will enjoy.
  • Mud Castle Destiny: A Young Adult Novel, Age 16 & Up

    by Mel Ostrov
    A boy is born with a permanent disfigurement on his face with no hope for correction. Raised in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, he had to endure taunts, mockery and bullying leading to pathological shyness and self-imposed social isolation. Over the years a family tragedy adds to his tribulations leading to religious conflict, followed by even more devastating consequences during adolescence when a mysterious girl enters the scene.

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