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  • Better Than A Bully: Carrot Top's Surprise

    by Tina Levine
    MOM'S CHOICE AWARDS HONORING EXCELLENCE, GOLD LEVEL 2020, PURPLE DRAGONFLY HONORABLE MENTION FOR EXCELLENCE 2020 Meet Annie (aka Carrot Top), a girl bullied at school, in real-time, as we watch her dealing with a bully and bystanders. What is it about this girl that makes her so resilient? Tina Levine designed this fictional chapter book to include humor and a mystery in both school and neighborhood settings. Overall, readers will find themselves laughing, tearing up, and excited to read ... more
  • Asbestos Removalist Pty Ltd Melbourne

    by jan elina

    Is it true that you are searching for Asbestos Removal Melbourne? At that point look no further as at Asbestos Removal we are helping private property and business proprietors to get their waste disposal. We have the understanding and expert Asbestos Testing Melbourne specialists with you can without much of a stretch recognize whether it's an asbestos place or not, and that is... more

  • The Story of Color

    by Joan Perez
    Rain and Wind team up to bring color to a woefully uncolored world. The results are astounding to both nature and people.
  • The Adventures of Captain Polo: Polo in East Africa

    by Alan J. Hesse
    Travelling the world to learn about climate change is dangerous work: Captain Polo dodges bullets in East Africa, gets chased by furious, knife-wielding market sellers in the streets of Cairo, narrowly escapes getting arrested by Italian coastguards in the Mediterranean Sea, and gets captured in London Zoo! Today's climate crisis may be the most serious environmental issue in human history.Understanding the causes and effects of climate change can be complicated and confusing. This funny advent... more
  • An Unacceptable Christmas

    by Bruce Edwards

    Teen activism is on the march! Socially conscious young adults are speaking out. AN UNACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS celebrates the courage it takes to stand up to authority. Call it a political It's a Wonderful Life for a new generation. 

    Six-year-old MICHAEL has only one Christmas wish: that his military father—who is missing in action in a far-off war—will be found safe. He states his request in a heartfelt letter to Santa. Sadly, the boy's prayer for his dad&... more

  • Adventures in Xenia-Pterodactyl Island

    by Richard Hansen
    Four young boys travel to a new world where dinosaurs roam free. There, they meet a young girl and together, the five must save Xenia from certain doom as dinosaurs ravage the land after stealing the jewel that powers the village and controls the life guarding shields. On land, in the sea and in the air, they face overwhelming odds as they race to save Xenia!
  • Catching Fireflies

    by Celina Lagnado
    A moving story about a little monster that loved nature. So much so that he wants it all for himself. But he is in for a surprise! Lovingly written and illustrated, this is the author's original debut for all kids who are fascinated by every little rock and leaf they find. This is a short story for toddlers and small kids about a cute monster who likes to venture out into nature and collect items in jars. Eventually he has a change of heart and discovers the importance of appreciating and respe... more
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  • Bob E. Bear Goes Fishing

    by A.J. Sullivan
    Bob E. (pronounced Bobby) Bear is anxious to go fishing with his father and grandfather. His parents have been waiting for him to be old enough to manage the ride, the worms, and the fish. He's five now and Gram P. says that's when Daddy first fished. Now we'll see if he catches anything! Bob E. Bear was born one night when I was putting my sons to bed. They always wanted a story. On a whim I just started talking about a little bear named Bob E. From there, the stories just kept coming. Bob E... more
  • The Monster Dog - Tasse's Diary of Secrets

    Secrets, secrets, secrets! So many of them! In the third book of The Monster Dog series, Tasse shares her private thoughts and stories with her best friend, ‘Dear Diary.’ Sometimes a little bit naughty, this slightly high-maintenance Shih Tzu spends her time and energy fooling her person, Carmen. “Ha, Ha, Ha,” she says, “I have fooled her again.” She confesses “I often pretend I cannot hear Carmen when she calls me!” When she is found in her secret hiding place she admits, “I smile to mysel... more
  • The Evolution of Charlie

    by Steven F. Freeman
    Charlie the adorable Shih Tzu mix starts life with a family that doesn’t care much about her. By the time she is rescued, Charlie has become quite sick. But then something changes... Follow Charlie’s adventures as she moves to a new family and discovers the perfect life with her new mommy.
  • Fractured

    by Shay Siegel
    Mason Vance is the guy everybody wants to be, and he knows it. He’s the best high school quarterback in New York and he’s expected to land in the NFL one day. That is, until a broken wrist leaves him fearing whether he’ll ever play again. In an attempt to save his crippled ego, Mason sets his sights on Lace. She’s no cheerleader or homecoming queen like his usual type. She’s too wrapped in her own misery to care about him or his pickup lines. Slowly, she lets him into the sad workings of her... more
  • The Cat in the Coconut Hat

    by C.J. Gillett

    In the first book of the Cat in the Coconut Hat series, readers are introduced to the origin story of how the Cat finds his way onto the shores of the mainland of Belize. Written in both English and Belizean Creole, the story begins to unfold as the little Cat struggles to understand what is happening to his beloved island. 

  • Thursday April 4th, 1968

    by S. A. Miller
    Thursday, April 4th, 1968 is a fictional story by S. A. Miller about a group of high school students in the fictional town of Harriston who are trying to cope with the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. One student in particular, Moses Derrick, a senior track star, is conflicted about running his last race as a high school senior on the same day that Dr. King is laid to rest. Family and friends tell him not to run, but Moses knows that running this race is his last chance to achieve... more
  • The Science of Defying Gravity

    by L. G. Reed
    THE SCIENCE OF DEFYING GRAVITY by L.G. Reed and published by Keyes Canyon Press. This novel is a genre mashup of STEM based science learning and fictional story. Eleven year old Cassie films her life. She loves movies and dreams of becoming a movie director in space. Step one of her master plan is to go to Space Camp. Her parents planned to send her, but when Dad loses his job, they can’t afford the fee. After learning of a scholarship opportunity Cassie resolves to win on Academic Achieveme... more
  • Wuhan 2020 A Family Vacation Gone Wrong

    by Murtaza Akbar
    The book is all about a family which goes on vacation to Wuhan China on January 13th 2020. It's a story of how the family gets stuck in the Covid epidemic and reach the hospital in a suspected positive carona case and how they free themselves and return back to Germany from where they come from. The journey takes you through emotions, romance, travel. The unique thing about this novel is it that every chapter starts with a quote and ends with a quote.