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by Andrew FairchildRose and Her Amazing Nose is a witty and brilliantly illustrated children's picture book that tells the story of a unique little girl named Rose who encourages children to embrace their quirky side and that being different can truly be amazing!
by Erika KathrynEarth is a just a pit stop in this final installment, and the Angel Army has the hardest quest yet ahead of them. On a rescue mission they meet Azrael, the angel of death. And they must get past the Limbo labyrinth, Madame Misfortune, a creepy circus, and an eerie masquerade ball. But getting to their friends, might just be the easy part—bringing them home, may prove impossible. Will Audie have to make the toughest choice of her life, when forced to choose between Cave and Luce? Audie the An... more
by Erika KathrynAudie, Cave, and the Angel Army are back in action! Dare Demons have been released on Earth, carrying an Aging Plague that turns humans into zombies. They have to travel across Heaven—combatting Sand Sharks and Sorcerers—to get to the Fountain of Youth before the plague spreads. Along the way, they help the Mermaid Tribe, team-up with Star Speakers, and learn the secrets behind rainbows. Can Audie prevent Luce’s fateful fall from Heaven? Audie the Angel and the Aging Plague is the second of ... more
by Erika KathrynTwelve-year-old Audie, is the only Angel Phoenix and the final member of the Angel Army (Heaven’s last hope against an unknown evil.) The army includes: Luce—the handsome dark angel destined to fall from Heaven—and Cave—a human stowaway, crushing on Audie—as well as eight other angels with magical talents. Audie’s ordinary life changes, as she sprouts gold wings, and meets unicorns and mermaids. However, an evil elder angel has discovered a way to dominate Heaven. Audie has to conquer her new po... more
by Mariama Whack
The role of a multicultural children’s book is to help children understand the differences, and similarities among one another. This can promote equality among children. In my book, Pigtails, all the girls are represented from different cultural backgrounds. Although they are all different, what they share in common is that they all have a similar hair style that girls' all over the world can relate to.
by Andrea CarreraJames is an innocent child who likes to play games and thinks that his friends enjoy them as well. But one day, when his friends used his own games against him, James realized he was being a bully. Since that day, he tries to be an exemplary friend and help others when needed. No children are born mean or wanting to become bullies. All children are born innocent. They think that what they are doing is good and fun until they are shown otherwise by their parents, teachers, or other friends w... more
by Renee Frances, B.S., B.Ed., M.A.This adorable bedtime story, beautifully illustrated and written in soothing verse, sets the stage for a good night's sleep by promoting a consistent bedtime routine, deep breathing, positive self-talk, and use of a nightlight. It also introduces the Good Night Fairy, who rewards a restless toddler for (finally) sleeping through the night on his own.
by Yasmine HamdiUnfamiliar animal tracks and strange nightly noises arouse suspicion at Shady Oaks, a seaside camp on Long Island. Campers become frightened as rumors of dangerous creatures spread. The camp begins to lose its prestige and receive closure threats. Twelve-year old Kyrah Willis is determined to solve the mystery. The camp guards won't help her, and seem to be hiding something they don't want the public to know. Why? With her fun-loving cousin Lynn, fiercely loyal dog Scampi and brave horse Comanch... more
by Charlotte Riggle
Catherine loves hot dogs, chocolate cake, and her best friend, Elizabeth. Most of all, she loves Pascha! Pascha, the Orthodox Christian Easter, is celebrated in the middle of the night, with processions and candles and bells and singing. And Catherine insists that she's not a bit sleepy. Will she be able to stay awake all night? Will her little brother, Peter, wake up? Will their parents really let them play with burning candles at church and eat nothing but hot dogs and chocolate at the ... more
by Cathleen Smith-Bresciani;Rebekah KaufmanA delightful book featuring vintage Steiff animals to help children learn their ABCs! Sassafrass Jones & Her Forever Friends ABCs, uses bright colors, playful words, and bold images to help youngsters learn the alphabet in the most memorable way possible. Each letter comes to life through a charming photo, happy poem, and brief history of the Steiff animal illustrated. And, to give the lessons an international flavor, the name of each animal is provided in English, French, Spanish, German, Chin... more
by danny adlermanA book of tongue twisters (eg How much tea could a teaspoon spoon of a teaspoon could spoon tea? As much tea as a teaspoon could if a teaspoon could spoon tea!) Employing mostly (but not exclusively) compound words, each spread is rendered by a different well known children's illustrator including Demi, Ashley Wolff, Pat Cummings, and ten others. Includes music CD sung by the author with music written by Jim Babjak of The Smithereens.
by Chrysa SmithIt's December. The Flout family, which includes an ever-growing posse of mini-poos is as expected, arguing. While their loving but clueless owner, Mrs. Flout squelches it--it's not for long and she makes a case for behaving, since Santa is watching and listening. But back at the North Pole, Santa has a problem---his elves have come down with a case of Elfluenza and the only cure is time and rest. With none of this to spare, Santa goes to Plan B and creates a flurry of activity and unexpected sur... more
by Rachel TeyWhat if by doing something ordinary, you unlocked the gateway into a world of the extraordinary? For Belle Marie, having tea on Wednesday afternoons—barefoot and in her pajamas—mysteriously transports her from her home to the charming storybook land of Belzerac. Soon joined by her best friend, Tess, the girls enjoy weekly adventures in this wonderful new place of talking animals and a glittering blue forest. But one particular Wednesday, Tess suddenly vanishes and things go awry. ... more
by Suzanne Magdalena Rolph-McFallsElf Island is just South of Neverland and little North of the Island of Misfit Toys. It's where you'll find the young Queen Gracie, North Pole Elves on vacation, Frog Hair Spice on watermelon, and The Grand TewyTotah! Join Queen Gracie as she works to save Christmas from being cancelled by getting to the bottom of The Case of the Frogs in the Nighttime! A Christmas Classic the whole family will enjoy.
by Annie Muñoz FogelChristmas is almost here and with it, the opportunity to rediscover the beauty, majesty, wonder and awe of Jesus's birth and God's love for us, through the perspective of the Wise Men. "Journey to Faith - Through the Eyes of the Wise Men," is the never before told story of the three mysterious Wise Men, their journey and life transforming encounter with the newborn King. Who were they and how did they know about Jesus's birth and its significance? Relive their journey and walk in their shoes to ... more
by Rebecca Bielawski
A rhyming picture book
What happens when the traffic lights break down at the intersection? All kinds of vehicles in a whole lot of trouble and a great big traffic jam!
A fun and colourful book for kids who love cars, especially broken ones.
Elements include: Cars, trucks, motorbike, bus, van, fire engine, tow truck, RV, police car, traffic lights, a bird.
Spanish version also available: UN MONTÓN DE COCHES