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by Leah ProcterThis is an highly imaginative story from a new young writer about her family. It is make-believe and a fun read for the young people. She wrote this when she was 13 years old.
by Laura Maw
Come along and join Bubba the Bottlenose dolphin as he makes a new buddy while sharing a day they won't soon forget. Grade 1-2 Reading Level
Bubba is out on one of his undersea adventures when he finds a frightened Orca trapped by a fishing net! In this attention gripping yet comical tale, Bubba works with his buddy Sammy the Seagull to free Ollie. Come along and join Bubba the Bottlenose dolphin as he makes a new buddy while sharing a day they won't soon forget.
by seletha TuckerStephen finds out he is ill at school and goes to the hospital to discover he has sickle cell anemia and wants to share this information with his fellow classmates
by Shelley StoehrIzzy and bff Seven (whose name was supposed to have been “Steven”, but the “t” was left off his birth certificate) set out to rescue a dog, Bone, from its abusive owner. Although they fail repeatedly, they cannot stop trying – though Izzy wonders why not. What's so important that they have to risk "life and limb" to save this dog? But then Izzy learns a truth about Seven, a reality that is so horrible, that she realizes it isn’t only Bone who needs saving – it is Seven.
by Deby C GervaisShanna has a friend named Irga. Shanna loves to play with Irga. Until today, Irga has been Shanna's secret imaginary friend. Today is Shanna's fifth birthday. Shanna's friends will all be at her party. Shanna wants Irga at her party too. Shanna is so happy. It is going to be a Very Special Day! Imagination is an important tool for young children. It helps them make sense of their world, and to explore new ideas and situations in a safe environment. Make room in your child's world for art, read... more
by Michelle Inda
“Grandfather,” young zebra asked. “Where do zebra’s come from?” Juma had known that he would have to tell this story someday. “Onyango my boy,” he said, “the story goes something like this…
by S. Denice NewtonA divine war rages relentlessly just beyond the human senses. People everywhere are influenced by these invisible forces, in ways both wicked and pure, but wickedness has slowly gained the upper hand. In order to restore balance, help is needed from the human race. El Roi, the founder and chief justice of Azure, marked Keturah Rachel Adams at birth to serve as a bringer of light, hope and prosperity. Keturah is a seventeen year old honors student at Stratford High School in Edenton, Texas, with ... more
by Werner StejskalOliver is an elegant tomcat and Jumpy his kangaroo lady friend. They both experience many adventures together. This cat picture book series is suitable for small children until primary school age.
by Werner StejskalOliver is an elegant tomcat and Jumpy his kangaroo lady friend. They both experience many adventures together. This is a picture book series for small children to prinary school age.
by Bailey Fort
Beyond the high seas,
A-way to the east
Lies the Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests…
So begins this charming adventure that introduces us to a colourful cast of strange and silly creatures. Rich illustrations and delightful poems full of wry wit bring to life such confounding beasties as a juggling Millipus, a scatter-brained Two-Headed Mugwump, and more. Bailey Fort's picture book debut captures the heart and spirit of a host of unique characters with a l... more
by Petrell Marie OzbayGabby 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.
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
by Manon BoudreauThere 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.
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.
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
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.
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