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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • HEAR What's HERE

    by Mike Agrelius
    HEAR What's HERE is a children's picture book that helps elementary students, those with English as a second language and those with learning disabilities better understand homophones. Example: "Can you find a PAIR of PEARS? Do you SEE the SEA? Would you like to STARE at STAIRS? Or maybe BE a BEE?" Cartoon illustrations and definitions of the featured words are on each two page spread.
  • HEAR What's HERE

    by Mike Agrelius
    HEAR What's HERE is a children's picture book that helps elementary students, those with English as a second language and those with learning disabilities better understand homophones. Example: "Can you find a PAIR of PEARS? Do you SEE the SEA? Would you like to STARE at STAIRS? Or maybe BE a BEE?" The entertaining book is complete with cartoon illustrations and definitions of the featured words.
  • The Light In Cy

    by Mark Glover Masterson

    A little bird, searching for new friends, discovers the light inside.

  • HEAR What's HERE children's picture book (on homophones)

    by Mike Agrelius
    HEAR What's HERE is a children's picture book of homophones, great teaching aid for elementary students, those with English as a second language, and those with learning disabilities. Example: "Can you find a PAIR of PEARS? Do you SEE the SEA? Would you like to STARE at STAIRS? Or maybe BE a BEE?" Written by Mike Agrelius illustrated by Val Chadwick Bagley.
  • Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs: A STEM Career Book for Kids (STEMpowering STEM Books for Children 1)

    by Donald Jacobsen
    Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs is an engaging and easy-to-read rhyming picture book that teaches children about various STEM / STEAM careers (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). This book is packed with colorful illustrations by artist Graham Evans as well as creative descriptions that will pique the interest of children. Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs features awesome women in STEM / STEAM careers, which works both to encourage young girls to pursue those careers and... more
  • Let Me Out: a pop-out about coming out

    by Omid Razavi
    Sometimes we allow our fears and doubts to stand in the way of who we are meant to be. Let Me Out explores the coming out process through a unique pop-up experience. The story follows our main character as they battle their inner demons, only to finally come face-to-face with the celebration of accepting your true self.
  • Land of NOW

    by Katie Mullaly

    Sit here in NOW; in this Land you will find, ways to clear all the chaos and quiet your mind.

    In Land of NOW, you learn the tools for how to be present, in this moment by clearing out all the useless thoughts that are blocking the NOW. Whatever the reason, whether it’s worry, regret, or not liking what is, Land of NOW can show you what to do with all the useless thoughts, and how to let them move on so you can enjoy the present, the only moment we have, the NOW.<... more

  • Land of I AM

    by Katie Mullaly

    In Land of I AM you will find your way through, past all the false mirrors and to the REAL you!

    Two of the most powerful, important words in the world are “I am.” These simple words shape how you see yourself, and how the world sees you. The good news is that we can control the I AMs that we use, we just need to learn how.

    In Land of I AM, you wind your way through a maze of warped mirrors that reflect the distorted images you’ve created, keeping... more

  • Too Many Talents: A Nissa the Woodland Fairy Book (Volume 4)

    by BB Walsh
    Nissa, the Youngest Woodland Fairy who always speaks in verse, keeps adding to her talent list as she gets ready for the Annual Woodland Talent show. With so many talents, the judges will surely pick her as the winner, right?
  • Attack at Shark Bay

    by Denis W. Shuker
    ATTACK AT SHARK BAY : Featuring THE RIWAKA GANG © – FOUR COUNTRY KIDS INTO EXTREME ADVENTURES A high-octane, rip-roaring adventure story for kids, eight years and up — When their favorite teacher suddenly goes missing and the police haven’t found him — The Riwaka Gang, four country kids who love adventure, decide to get involved. Jackson, Jessica, Rangi and Sam will need every skill plus a ton of courage. Dangerous situations and extreme challenges confront them. But will they find Mr Chapma... more
  • The Totally Ninja Raccoon Joke Book

    by Kevin Coolidge
    What's black and white and read all over? Why, The Totally Ninja Raccoon Joke Book, of course! Kids love jokes! They'll love this goofy joke book filled with hundreds of funny jokes and illustrations. Kids will be laughing and sharing these jokes with everyone. Great for early and reluctant readers. Be warned! These jokes are totally ninja and totally silly. The Totally Ninja Raccoons is a series of early chapter readers specifically for reluctant readers. The target audience is second throug... more
  • Wayan and the Turtle King (English Version, Soft Cover)

    by Yvette Bezuidenhout
    Wayan comes from a family of fishermen. His village has always relied on the ocean for food. One day, things start changing. Will Wayan find a way to save the village? Wayan and The Turtle King focuses on environmental education. Complete with activities, the book teaches children to think about how their choices impact the environment.
  • Kitten & Butterfly (Kitten and Friends)

    by Aviva Gittle
    Kitten and Butterfly want to be friends, but what games can they play? Kitten can't fly and Butterfly can't chase his tail! Together, they find a way. The first book in the Kitten and Friends series, Kitten & Butterfly is a story of friendship and acceptance. 5-Star Readers' Favorite & 2017 Los Angeles Book Festival Honorable Mention.
  • 9780998669830

    by Evelyn Dunbar Webb
    First in a grammar and composition series for 6- to 11-year-olds, The Word Collector features Priscilla, a word collector too shy to share her words, making it difficult for her to make friends. Written and illustrated in a style that captures and keeps students’ interest, the story encourages a love of language—and a willingness to help others—as it reviews the four main parts of speech: noun, verb, adverb, and adjective.
  • Chips a Hometown Hero

    by Nancy M. West
    Chips is a curious and carefree dog until news arrives that Japanese warplanes have bombed Pear Harbor. Suddenly Chips's comfortable life, and the lives of everyone he knows in his peaceful little village are changed forever. Follow Chips as he is enlisted in Dogs for Defense and joins the first war dog detachment to be shipped overseas into some of the fiercest fighting of the Second World War. A fictional account based on the true-life adventures of the most highly decorated dog ... more
  • Journey to Cloud City

    by Eliot Kersgaard
    Journey to Cloud City by Myra Makes is your child’s portal to a magical world of adventure and creativity! In the Myra Makes adventure, kids join Myra as she meets new friends and creates solutions to the challenges that come up along the way. The activities found in the book, developed over three years with feedback from kids, parents, and educators, are a fun way for kids to develop their creative, problem solving, and emotional skills. With over 60 pages of story and activities, Journey to Cl... more

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