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  • Xs and Os for Gabby Ann

    by Petrell Marie Ozbay
    Gabby Ann loves kisses and hugs - especially an extra X and O from her mommy before bedtime. But, what about Gabby's daddy? He works on the other side of the world, at least a million miles away. So, how are his kisses and hugs going to reach her? When will they get there? What if they get lost along the way? Join the Xs and Os on a lively, global adventure as they find their way to Gabby Ann, helping children to realize the boundless and powerful spirit of a parent's love.
  • Sonder

    by Emily Neiman

    When Clara was six, a feeling washed over her that she would never forget.

    It was a moment of epiphany for the young girl, the moment when she realized that every person she passed on the street had their own life, with their own problems to deal with. They were so much more than two-dimensional characters of her imagination; they were people, real people, with real lives, real families, and real problems.

    It wasn’t until she was much older that she learned this phenomena is... more

  • Baby Loves Bath Time

    by Manon Boudreau
    There is no better place than the bathtub to wind down after baby's day. Follow baby as she splishes, splashes, pours and laughs and even gets washed in the process. BABY LOVES BATH TIME is a simple, sweet short book created with babies and young children in mind.
  • Sudden Secrets

    by C. Lee McKenzie

    Sudden Secrets explores the power of the human spirit to heal from life-altering events. Cleo Brown keeps her tragic secret bundled inside. When she stumbles onto a decades old mystery, she discovers a tragedy as terrible as hers that changed a young girl’s life in the 1960’s.

    One Secret
    Cleo has struggled to heal after her baby sister’s death, but the flashbacks to the accident won’t go away. With the move, she vows to keep her tragedy a secret and avoid pi... more

  • The Worst Day Ever! - Dove Family Seal of Approval

    by Debbie Reece

    James is back in his second adventure. Educators and parents agree “The Worst Day Ever!” presents issues that elementary-aged children face daily; self-control, impulse behavior, adjusting to school rules, and friendships. Even on the worst days, there is someone who will love and hug you. Includes coloring page. BeeBop Books encourages compassion, self-confidence, and family values in illustrated children’s books inspired by actual events. Dove Family Seal of Approval.

  • The Christmas Pumpkin- Dove Family Seal of Approval

    by Debbie Reece

    When James decides to decorate a neglected green pumpkin for Christmas, his community and classmates laugh at him. However, his parents support him and he has the self-confidence to carve a star like the star the three wise men follow and let his light shine. Includes an interactive coloring page where readers can decorate their own Christmas Pumpkin. BeeBop Books encourages compassion, self-confidence, and family values in illustrated children’s books inspired by actual events. Dove Fa... more

  • Hey Boy

    by Ben Strouse
    A boy struggles to grow up "faster than anybody!" so he can rescue a shelter dog.
  • Nap-a-Roo

    by Kristy Kurjan
    Introducing a new nap-time favorite, Nap-A-Roo. There are countless children’s board books about bedtime but few books specifically geared toward napping, one of the most integral part of a baby or toddler’s daily routine. Nap-A-Roo is a fun, colorful, quick read perfect for children 0-4 years of age. The quirky characters make little ones smile as they run for their beds to take a nap. With large fonts and rhythmic text, adults enjoy reading this modern classic. Nap-A-Roo is a wonderful additi... more
  • Dream Girl

    by S.J. Lomas
    For Christine, dreams have never meant much. Until she meets Gabriel. Everyone thinks Christine should stay away from her new coworker at the library-thanks to his bad reputation-but when her dreams grow more vivid and she becomes entangled in a dangerous dream world with Gabriel every night, she can't stay away. Soon it's clear there is far more to dreams than Christine ever imagined, and now she's on the path to making the biggest, and strangest, decision of her life.
  • The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities

    by Vicki Marquez
    In their first adventure, Brocc, Carrotina, Cornelius and Kaley are preparing for an exciting, once-in-a-lifetime event. That is, until Mr. Fungo Fungi arrives with shocking news, and the Rootlets learn that they have real magical super powers called Rootabilities! In a determined effort to discover their powers, the Rootlets soon realize that solving the biggest mystery of their lives won’t be easy – and time is running out! Will the Rootlets be able to uncover their super Rootabilites without ... more
  • A Colorful Journey Through the Land of Talking Letters

    by Mary Jo Nyssen

    A Colorful Journey Through the Land of Talking Letters includes 33 pages of colorful illustrations and letters that speak to children. Each letter introduces itself and its sound(s), and then the stories follow, highlighting separately each of the different letter sounds. It is a fun way to introduce these phonograms to early learners by repeating and highlighting each sound in an engaging story.

  • Saving Chance Gordon

    by June Austin
    Chance Gordon Tillman is born with Down syndrome. He's unable to speak and is locked inside his own head. He struggles to be normal and blend in, which is hard to do in his small town of Cold Harbour, Nova Scotia. If that isn't enough, at the age of five, his Ma packs her bags and disappears into the night. Distraught by her leaving, Chance does his best to be the son his Pa, A.J., needs him to be. If only Pa's new friend, Rena Mae would give him a chance, she might actually like him. However, h... more
  • Into the Vines

    by Kim Troike
    A family is formed on a vineyard in the Loire Valley through extreme circumstances in which a pilot performs rescue missions from war torn and famine stricken areas of Africa.
  • How Wendy Redbird Dancing Survived the Dark Ages of Nought

    by Lyn Fairchild Hawks

    At sixteen, Wendy Redbird Dancing flies her freak flag high; she’s a scary-smart white girl with a hippie mom, a missing father, and a rarefied Michael Jackson obsession. It doesn’t help that her mother just uprooted them yet again, this time from California to North Carolina. Now Wendy has to survive a new school and fight bullies who rule this Southern roost.

    But one black girl reaches out—Tanay—and she and Wendy forge a friendship to help her fight back. Her m... more

  • A Hat For Melinda, Fighting Leukemia Together

    by Seletha Tucker
    A little girl finds out her best friend is not at school at the beginning of the school year. She later finds out the friend has leukemia and works hard to prove how much of a friend she is to Melinda by purchasing matching hats for them when she returns home.
  • Stephanie: One.Life.Lived.

    by Melissa Service
    Music…Drugs…Redemption. Josh Jacobs… I’ve heard it said that life can change in a second, but I disagree. From my experience, life changes in milliseconds, and every single moment of the day is about change. Sometimes the change is for the better, and sometimes for the worse. Stephanie Carlisle… I scowled at the reflection and took a long drag from the joint that had made its way to the front seat, blowing smoke in the girl’s face and wishing she would take her perky smile and perfectly ... more

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