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    by Neil Nitin
    This children's picture book is an introduction to the game of cricket using beginner level vocabulary and often hilarious illustrations. The book provides an introduction to reading with super short phrases and sentences suited for the rookie readers as well as children who prefer less wordy books. The book features full-page, vivid illustrations that involve young children playing the game of cricket.
  • Romeo & Juliet: That's A Rap: Shakespeare

    by Mockster Zeus

    If Shakespeare is not clear have no fear

    Who could take this old text and make it new?

    Mockster Zeus - that boy can put words to use

    Mapped in rap he'll navigate it all in a snap

    So tap your feet, pick up the beat, and get ready to meet

    Two teens who are about to steal scenes and join dreams

    For Romeo and Juliet must dodge destiny's net

    Which tries to kill what they feel when love gets real

  • Macbeth: That's a Rap: Shakespeare

    by Mockster Zeus

    Reading the words of the Bard can be hard

    He used verse which sounds like a curse

    But Mockster Zeus has cast a different spell

    And rave reviews show he’s done it well

    So tap your feet to the beat and get ready to meet

    A wordplay that’s delicious

    And a rhyme scheme that’s vicious

    In this game of gambles lives are turned to shambles

    For the story of Macbeth shows kings and underlings

    Acting out ends that don’t always ... more

  • 1500

    by Heather Jane Johnson
    1499. Venice. Beatrice de la Pietà, an orphan, becomes a reluctant demon hunter while trying to survive her first apprenticeship as a cook and maid. Along the way, she receives an unexpected humanistic education from some of the Renaissance's once famous, but now forgotten figures.
  • Diary of a Giraffe. Harry and a Potty

    by Yana S.
    Harry the Giraffe will Teach all the Kids to Go Potty in a Funny and Entertaining Manner! Perfectly Illustrated HD Pictures! Smooth & Easy-to-Understand Story line! A Perfect Gift to Parents of Toddlers and all the Kids ages 3-6!
  • Corona Daze: Eva's time at home during Covid-19

    by Jennifer Angel
    When Eva stays home during the Coronavirus pandemic, she learns about the virus, the importance of good hygiene, and how to process difficult emotions.
  • Small White and the Wing Tailor: Counting and Colours Book for Kids

    by Antonina Novarese
    A small white butterfly has a broken wing, so she is looking for a wing tailor. But first, she needs to find one blue berry, two brown tree stumps, three black beetles…. Can you help her? With its colourful and captivating illustrations, this engaging circular tale gives little readers numerous examples of kindness and compassion. Small White always finds time to help others in need, while pursuing her own journey and keeping an optimistic attitude.
  • Coop The Cat

    by Wendy Weber
    Coop The Cat is a touching tale of a cat who wants nothing more than to explore the outdoors. With an overprotective owner, Coop is finally able to realize his dreams and his wishes for freedom are granted. The story begins with a young girl who receives a cat as a present and the mother who refuses to let the cat go outside. The mother soon realizes that her over protective helicopter ways have diminished the cat's happiness and therefore she comes to a realization that benefits Coop the Cat ... more
  • Corona Daze: Eva's time at home during Covid-19

    by Jennifer Angel
    When Eva stays home during the Coronavirus pandemic, she learns about the virus, the importance of good hygiene, and how to process difficult emotions.
  • Freddy the Frog

    by Tim Haddock
    Freddy the Frog wanted to be a rancher. Betty the Beetle wanted to be a horse. The two team up for adventures on a ranch filled with ducks and walnut trees and squirrels and a grumpy catfish who lives in a pond.
  • The Wicked Wizard and the Worms

    by Judith M. Ackerman
    The Wicked Wizard and the Worms Can a little worm teach a mean old wicked wizard a valuable lesson in life? Discover the answer in this adventurous story of a very unhappy wizard and the effects his wicked his spells.
  • Seize the Cheese

    by D.A. Jennings
    Meet Kip. A mischievous mouse who wears sunglasses, runs around with a knot in his tail, and carries with him the mystery of why he has part of his ear missing. He will wiggle his way into your funny bone, and have you pulling your hair out because of his pranks.
  • Mia, Ripples in the Water

    by D.A. Jennings

    Join Mia, the adventurous mouse, on her travels as she encounters Africa's wild animals and birds, and wrestles with the strained relationship between her and her two brothers. Learn about the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of a sister she never knew, and find out what it means to follow the ripples in the water.

    “The content is rich with topics relevant to young children: love, friendship, forgiveness, bullying, loss, justice, and success. . .this book is ideal to us... more

  • Amiri's Birthday Wish

    by Florenza Lee
    Do you like playing the Guessing Game? So does Amiri's family, and what better day to play it than on your birthday! Today is Amiri's birthday, and her family has a tradition; the birthday person decides where the family will go and what they will do. Will they go to the park, the museum, or a movie? The possibilities are endless, and so is the fun when reading this fantastic book written by Florenza Lee and brilliantly illustrated by Fx and Color Studio. Can you guess what Amiri wants for her s... more
  • PINTO! Based Upon the True Story of the Longest Horseback Ride in History

    by M.J. Evans
    In 1912, four men, calling themselves the “Overland Westerners,” decided fame and fortune awaited if they embarked on the longest horseback ride in history. Their goal was to visit all forty-eight state capitals over the course of three years and complete their journey at the San Francisco World’s Fair on June 1, 1915. Facing rugged roads, raging rivers, thieves and near starvation, the men went through seventeen horses. Only one horse completed the entire journey…Pinto, a little horse with a he... more

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