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  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia, to Mudapolis where the icky, yucky ogres reside. With his best pal Benny the bluebird, they experience a journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are these ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • The Big Melt

    by Ned Tillman
    The Big Melt is a Coming of Age story about two high school seniors who face a series of climate catastrophes on the week following graduation. They each struggle to find their voice and their purpose for living as they fight to save their families, their friends, and their town. Highly relatable characters and a touch of fantasy and hope keeps the reader engaged and upbeat as they follow the protagonists on a journey that might prove to be all-too-real for their generation.
  • The Moon and Stars: A Tale of Dakota Rising

    by R. Calhoun Sargent
    Fifteen year old Dakota Dagger is on the fast track to self discovery. Living on the Greek island of Santorini soon becomes a vague memory when his parent's plane crashes, leaving Dak an orphan. That is, until his maternal grandparents introduce him to his Sioux heritage. Financial hardships, falling in love for the first time and depression lead Dak to discover his inherited ability to capture photographic images through his unique perspective. The Moon and Stars - A Tale of Dakota Rising ente... more
  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia to the forbidden land of Mudapolis, where is it said that the icky, sticky, and mean ogres reside. With his best pal, Benny, the bluebird, they experience the journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are the ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • Escape from Sjór Borg

    by Michael Eidam
    A thrilling tale about five good-hearted kids thrust into an incredible adventure in a lost world haunted by dangerous creatures from Norse mythology. With mystery, suspense, and a whole lot of laughs, this action-packed page-turner will have readers 8 and up racing toward the end. Cade wants to be a professional baseball player. Garrett prefers football. Raegan loves to read and draw. And Ryan . . . well Ryan loves to eat. Taylor Ann is the one who wants to be an explorer. Taylor Ann is the... more
  • Norman

    by Michelle Olson
    Norman the Button loves his job keeping his person’s coat closed, but lately, he’s only been hanging on by a thread. After falling off, Norman is convinced he must find a new job to feel needed again. But after being burned as a firefighter and nearly drowned as a plumber, Norman almost decides to give up and let himself be recycled. Once Norman realizes his greatest strength is in being a button, he finally sees the perfect job is right in front of him.
  • Mi Árbol Doblado (Bilingual - Spanish/English)

    by kathy brodsky
    Mi Arbol Doblado/My Bent Tree is the 10th Anniversary edition of My Bent Tree - but this time it's bilingual Spanish/English. It's a delightful picture book told in rhyme of a little girl who discovers a tree that's different from the rest. It's a book about living with a disability, friendship, loyalty, social action, diversity and conservation. The book includes life-skills interactive questions that further conversation about the above topics.
  • Tongue Twisting ABCs

    by Joshua Savage
    Try your best not to get tongue twisted while the animals for each letter of the alphabet come to life. Silly fun for the whole family, no matter what age!
  • Vann the Artist Paints A Necklace

    by Becky Palmer
    An adorable children's book about a child artist who makes a necklace for her friend. An educational, rhyming story line keeps the book fun and engaging!
  • Rolling Home

    by Austin Charters

    When Tucker Frost ventures out into the wilderness on a hunting expedition with his Grandpa Angus and his older brother Jordan, the main things on his mind are socializing and graduating from high school.

    But when Grandpa Angus accidentally drops his gun, releasing a bullet into Tucker's neck, Tucker's whole world tumbles into upheaval.

    When he wakes, he receives the overwhelming news: his spinal cord has been severed. He'll never walk again. He maintains the use of hi... more

  • Capa de Colores: Spanish with English Pronunciation Guide

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Colors, careers – Spanish) “Ésta es una capa de colores mágica.” Un libro sobre careras, culturas, y colores. Este libro para niños de 3 a 7 años contiene actividades de búsqueda, superhéroes hispanos y africanos, y vívidas imágenes para ayudar con la comprensión del vocabulario. ¡A ponerse los disfraces! 100 palabras escrito por Karl Beckstrand, ilustrado por John Collado. “Perfecto para niños de Pre-escolar y fácil lectura para primaria.…excelente para los profesores”. – Maritza Mejia, autora... more
  • Curtis: The Crab Who Wished He Were a Fish

    by Susan Chad
    Curtis is a young crab who so envies the beautiful way his fish friends could swim, he wished he could do the same. But no matter how hard he tried, his heavy crab shell just wouldn't let him. Then one day he saves one of his fish friends from danger because of his hard crab shell and it makes him very glad to be a crab!
  • One Century Friendship

    by Little Bean Seeds
    The story is about 4 children, Helen, Mark, Yasmin, and Shelly, go to a summer camp and meet a boy who lives more than one century. It seems the children join the summer camp coincidently, but what if the meeting is designated to happen. A wooden brass box is a key to answer what will happen to the 4 children.
  • To Pieces

    by Kati Rocky
    Jane (aka Plain Jane) has always known she was different inside, and not in a good way. This has driven her to her construct her life as a solid B, for average, person and to carefully follow the rules of her high school hierarchy. But, when she undergoes her first bipolar episode and becomes acutely manic, she thumbs her nose at that hierarchy and begins a campaign to revolutionize her high school and rise up against its stifling social norms – and shake up the school she does. She becomes the ... more
  • The Girl With the Journal

    by Tenika Jennings
    I Learned valuable lessons from Depression. That God is Healer and Lesson teacher in a lot of those situations. I learned that life is about learning from mistakes no matter how many times you fall and this book reflects the positivity that came from all that.
  • Lost Lake a Jippsy Russ Adventure

    by Brian Wolfe
    "We interrupt this program for a special news bulletin." Jippsy and his mom stopped what they were doing to listen to the report. " The notorious gangster Dutch Shultz, and his associate Otto Berman, escaped the custody of Federal agents in upstate New York while en route to their hearing for tax evasion." They are said to be armed and dangerous and were last seen headed toward the Canadian border in a black 1931 Lincoln K. Local authorities request that you contact them immediately should you h... more

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