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  • Fitting Out: The Friendship Experiment

    by Sarah Giles

    With his best friend Miguel by his side, Max never thought about the fact that he was a little different and kind of shy. But now that Miguel has moved away, Max has to figure out how to make new friends and he has no idea how it all works. To make matters worse, he only has one month to do it before the new school year starts. YIKES!

    In Fitting Out: The Friendship Experiment, the first in a new series from debut author Sarah Giles, 10-year-old Max sets out to make new friends, usi... more

  • How To Talk To Black People

    by A. Anon
    Can someone break through the boundaries they are subconsciously taught to place on other people? Ivy wants more from life. She wants more than her double-wide trailer, more than her dead father and drunk mother, and more than her clearance rack clothes. Her one comfort is the quirky and unpredictable Magnus: childhood best friend and member of the Dead Parent's Club. New student Alex might be her ticket to graduation. Alex has it all: an award-winning neurosurgeon for a mother, a wo... more
  • Once in a Forest

    by Adriana Pernetz


    Once in a Forest is a timeless narrative, both amusing and insightful — a perfect tool for teaching children the value of friendship and camaraderie in life.

    Animals in the forest are having a hard time accepting each other's differences. One day, an unlikely friendship shows the forest that differences are what the woodland creatures need to bring happiness to all.

     

  • Bun E. Learns to Count in French

    by Cynthia S. Wildridge

    Can a bunny learn to count? He was a long way from home . . . and he was very hungry!

    The artistry of this tale, told in watercolors and calligraphy, captures the magic of the first adventure of Bun E. Boniface, in a land where "nothing is impossible, to a valiant heart!"

  • The World's Greatest Mousetrap

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    When Reginald finds a mouse in his bookstore, he will stop at nothing to catch the pesky critter. Even if it means building the world's greatest mousetrap. Unfortunately for Reginald, the mouse always seems to be one step ahead.
  • Pippin and the River of Wonders: A Voice for Wildlife

    by Stacey Gerhart
    Nobody Knows the Stories of the Animals like Pippin... The wildlife lawbreakers get more than they bargain for when Pippin and her friends unite to protect the baby animals in the wetlands. It’s an imperfect world, but Pippin understands the struggles of the wildlife. Her single, almost secret, superpower is to interpret animal languages. When Pippin and her animal friends unite their special skills in this hilarious adventure, they are empowered to protect the wetlands and wildlife from the la... more
  • Things Every Employee Should Know About Their Job

    by Aisha Adele
    If you have just got your dream job for which you have been studying all your life for then welcome to the adult life. Now that you will be making your own money, you will also be paying your own bills and tasting the freedom because you are financially independent. However, just like how you would expect a good pay and respect from your job, in return you must also give something. This article focuses on the things every employee should do and know about his/her job.

    You Can Be Re... more
  • Mom Left Dirty Dishes in the Sink

    by Holly Carrington
    Life is busy in Camille's house. While she plays with toys and slime, her mom is busy cleaning dishes and doing laundry. Camille and her little brother start to think their mom forgets what fun is. One day, they discover their mom has changed..for the better!
  • Kate and Caboodle In a spendidly blended tale

    by Jerri J. Pirc
    Follow Kate Caboodle as she and her family of animals move again. Join them as they load the old red truck with even more of their bits and pieces. See if you can spot the clues as to where they may be moving next...
  • Kate and Caboodle

    by Jerri J. Pirc
    Kate Caboodle's family of animals has grown so big that she needs to move house. She gets out her old red truck and has fun fitting them all in.
  • Eden Visits The Orchard

    by Erin Spaulding
    Mom and Eden have a fun tour guide when they visit the local orchard.
  • Here Comes Ingo

    by odeta xheka
    Created by Odeta Xheka, Here Comes Ingo is a great example of the benefits of art in early childhood development. This unique picture book encourages children to switch seats with the illustrator via painting, coloring and drawing directly ON the page in order to tap into their creativity and let the imagination soar. The book presents the multi-layered tale of Ingo, a scarlet macaw who drifts off to sleep while sitting on her eggs and dreams of flying into the lush tropical rain forest she ca... more
  • Jack's Awesome Adventure: Summer Camp Chronicles

    by Dr. Peter J. Isikwe
    In this second edition of the educational book series, Jack learns how to make a new friend. On this adventure he and Mike have an awesome time while at summer camp. The two instantly forged a bond over baseball and ice cream. For friendships to grow Jack had to give it time and patience. Jack wasn’t scared anymore, and he couldn’t wait to see what was in store for his next awesome adventure with his new friend
  • Momma, Do You Remember When You Asked Jesus Into Your Heart?

    by Kathy Banks
    Children & parents may dread bedtime, but Brian can show you that bedtime can be the best time for a great conversation. Brian was always asking questions right at bedtime. One day he had a question that was the best question. It just had to be answered right then. So Mom sat with him and told him how she came to believe in Jesus as her Savior. Let's find out how the story goes.
  • Your Christmas Elf

    by Jodi Stapler
    Did you know each child has a designated elf;One that knows you better than you may know yourself.Your Christmas Elf watches over you all year, but especially during the Christmas season, so you'd better be on your best behavior.
  • 1777 - Danbury on Fire!

    by M.H.B. Hughes
    This all-ages thriller concerns April 26, 1777, when the British plan a peaceable mission to confiscate weapons from a Connecticut village. Young Joe Hamilton can't decide who's crazy when his Patriot grandfather tries to jail his pacifist father. Every person in the book is handicapped by being responsible for someone else. What will people give up for others? Maybe it's their own cowardice... Small-town vendettas and moral beliefs sway with the swirling smoke that hides all crimes alike.

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