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  • The Legend of Kalikimaka - The Christmas Auntie - with CD Christmas Hawaiian-Style

    by Robert Westerman
    Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Hawaiian “Superman”, Maui, ask/assign a young woman/ school teacher, Auntie Lani, a demigod with powers, to fill a damaging void in the culture by creating a Christmas Hawaiian-Style process that includes: pulling-up a new secret island for toy production; distribution of gifts via a newly-designed air-surfing board pulled by owl-gods, placement of gifts by Hawaii’s tiny Men-A-Hoon-A people, and more. A jealous fire goddess throws red-hot volcano lava in their path
  • Calamity Jane- How the West Began

    by Bryan Ney
    Fifteen-year-old Martha Canary's family arrives in the goldfields of 1860's Montana in impoverished circumstances and despised for uncertain reasons. Soon though, Martha makes a name for herself as Calamity Jane through her exploits, wins friends and becomes the toast of the town. Murder and robbery stalk all who travel the surrounding trails, and Jane thinks she knows who is responsible. Can she and her new friends rally forces to clean the place up?.
  • Pansy and Violet meet the Dragons

    by Maggie Jeffrey
    The third book in the series is set in a very hard winter where everything is white. The youngest colour fairies are bored and cold. It is suggested that they go on holiday somewhere warm and Pegasus helps out. However perhaps they get more than they bargained for.
  • The Colour with No Fairy: Book 2 in the Colour Fairies Series

    by Maggie Jeffrey
    This is the second book in the Colour Fairies series and as autumn comes the fairies realise there's no one looking after the colour brown, which is one of the most common colours in autumn. With a little help from Wise Unicorn they come up with an unusual solution.
  • The Day the Rainbow Was Stolen.: A Colour Fairies Story

    by Maggie Jeffrey
    This is the first in a series of fairy stories I have written about the fairies who look after the colours. This book tells what happens when colours go missing, who is responsible, how they are found out and what happens next. As the series progresses more characters are introduced and the fairies have lots of adventures. Eventually they get married and have children and replacement fairies have to be taken on by Oberon and Titania, the King and Queen of Fairies. The books include some colouri... more
  • Gates on the Way to the Great Upstairs

    by Laura Levin

    Evan Tauber believes he’s responsible for the death of his father. Now, after keeping this painful secret to himself for a year, Evan sees a possible path to his redemption: he can join his dad in the afterlife to apologize.

  • Grandpa Larry's Not-So-Ordinary Dairy

    by Lacey Lexvold
    Grandpa Larry’s Dairy farm is anything but ordinary. Once the cow’s chores are done, they slip through a magical portal to a land where they can play and have fun all day. What is it like on the other side of the portal? Follow the cows through a typical day at Grandpa Larry’s Dairy and find out!
  • Snail's Dangerous Journey

    by Gemma Mallorey
    There's not much around for Snail to eat. Rather than starve he sets off with three slugs to find the sweet and tasty hosta plants. Beer traps, slug pellets and nematodes are just some of the dangers they encounter on their perilous journey. Read this tale of gastropod adventure to find out which of them makes it to the juicy end.
  • The Lonely Balloon

    by Gemma Mallorey
    The balloon soars high in the sky. Large, beautiful and rather lonely. He tries hard to make friends but, being so high up, he appears aloof and distant. Something has got to give, and in a little time it does! Discover how Balloon ends up happier, if somewhat changed.
  • Test of a Champion

    by Ann Deiterich
    In this “Seabiscuit Meets Charlotte’s Web” action-packed novel, a young filly sets out to prove she’s as good as the colts on horse racing’s biggest stage, but she has to beat her lifelong rival and overcome unexpected obstacles, so she can save the farm from financial ruin for her friends and prove that anything is possible. Given the name Indefatigable, she struggles with her identity – both with a tongue-twisting name and a gender that's less respected in racing circles. Too often, she hears... more
  • The Gnomes in the Trees

    by C.L. Collyer
    At Jacky Foster s eighth birthday party, he is surprised when a statue of a gnome suddenly comes alive. The gnome asks Jacky to help his family who live in a faraway place called Gnomia. Jacky and his dog Sparky go off to help. When he returns home he discovers that the gnome statue suddenly runs off into the woods. But is it all just fanciful dreaming, or did his discovery really happen? Only Jacky Foster knows for certain. The Gnomes in the Trees picture book is highly suitable for childre... more
  • 978-1632876911

    by Richard Corey
    My book, The Bloodline: The Doberman Family, is for children and adults who love pets. This is a thrilling, adventure tale which follows Lily, a brave Doberman mother dog who sets out to rescue her family of cute puppies from a life of drudgery and danger, a life of hate and fear as junkyard dogs. The mother dog’s first challenge is to convince her mate, Buck, to give up what he thinks is a noble profession (junkyard dog) and to recognize that he has been programed to hate and fear with ... more
  • Apple the racing Cow

    by Erik Shein
    This Galloping Guernsey takes on the special challenge of competing against several sanctuary animals—a field of zebras and stallions. She ignores the strangeness of being a "racing cow," as this Valentine's Day story emphasizes using the talents that we possess, and accepting the valentines from appreciating admirers. The valentines of the Sanctuary are the gratitude and love they show Apple for her bravery and tenacity—not for winning.
  • The Forgotten Ornament

    by Erik Shein
    This Christmas tale tells the the story of Willie Bear, a broken ornament who can't participate in a magical event where all of the intact ornaments acquire the ability to speak at midnight on Christmas Eve.
  • Perfectly you

    by Samantha Mosharaf
    Perfectly you story starts off with “why do I look like this?” and allows you to become part of your child’s story book, with beautiful illustrations and rhyming words, this book allows you to reinforce your child's self confidence by telling a magical story about how perfect they are in a creative and exciting way. You will tell your child how you went on an adventure to make them who they are! Along the way you will meet pirates, dragons and many more wonderful characters, all of whom will giv... more
  • Goodnight Grandma Angel

    by Kathleen Alker
    This book was written with great love to celebrate all the grandmas who watch their grandbabies from above. After my mother died, I realized that the most wonderful grandmother in the world would never be known by her grandchildren. I wrote this book so that grandchildren may hear the stories of the magnificent angels that watch over them. My mother was an amazing artist. This book is illustrated with her paintings. The book is suitable for all ages, but may have special meaning for children... more

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