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by Mary AtkinsonTen-year-old Mario must flee El Salvador during the Salvadoran Civil War with Mamá and little brother Nico after his journalist father is killed. As Mario struggles to adapt to his new life in the United State, he must also come to terms with the decisions his father made that left him fatherless and illegal in a new country. "A compelling, well-crafted, emotionally resonant tale." Kirkus Reviews
by Christopher Locke
What would you do if you saw someone committing unimaginable acts of cruelty? Turn the other way or defend those in need—no matter the cost?
That’s the dilemma thrust upon Persimmon, a clever and compassionate raccoon, and her loyal forest friends in “Persimmon Takes On Humanity”—Book One of the YA series, The Enlightenment Adventures. Instantly, the courageous critters spring into action, risking their own lives to rescue any animal they see suffering at t... more
by Heather Lester
"You be who you're meant to be, and I'll love you for you." A child might be different from their parent in a lot of ways,
but a parent's love is unconditional.
I Love You For You celebrates the fun a parent and child have when they embrace what makes each other different.
by EJ SamuwelBest-selling children’s book author, EJ Samuwel, has created a fun interactive digital reading experience for your young readers with his new book titled Aimee and Fluffy the Cat: ABC’s are FUNdamental. Join in on the adventure as Aimee her trusted little companion and friends learn their ABC’s together!
by C.M. TremaineWhen Reyna Martin’s father gets a promotion that leads them to the cornfields of Grayson County, Texas, Reyna feels her life is officially over. The town is small to say the very least—and everyone in it has the small-town mentality to go with it. That is, until she is forced to share field chores over the summer with Dalton Sinclair. He’s handsome, hard-working and the biggest jerk she has ever met. But when Reyna accidentally stumbles across Dalton’s secret journal while working on the plantat... more
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by ankitha kgmigration is a procedure of moving starting with one state then onto the next. Visa is the confirmation ticket for the migration allow. These days,the movement individuals from our state to another state increments. These days,the migration visa consultancies are increment in step by step. The measure of understudies are move from our state to another nations are increments. In our country,the living expense is increments in step by step. So we can't spare cash for our future. that is why,most o... more
by anil ramwe like the make the most of our life.most of them like traveling.it give more vitality and pleasure.in kerala,there are parcel of traveler places are available.munnar is the a standout amongst the most wonderful place in kerala.this is the hillstation.munnar is the 52 ft most astounding structure the ocean level.lot of individuals visit the munnar in regular. Since we cherish the munnar. The January – walk is the season for the munnar.the tea development is develop in at least 1000 sections of ... more
by Lana PereyaslavskaOlive and Jim have stumbled on a gold mine. A rare and affordable plot of pristine land is an opportunity of a lifetime. But there is one catch - they can't access it, even after they buy it. It's so close, yet completely out of reach. Soon they find themselves on a quest, as they continue further down their gold mine. Anything goes, to make it their own. Tensions keep building. Risk and uncertainty dominate their lives. Will they win in the end?
by Maureen StrakaGavin lost his tooth, but he's not ready to let the Tooth Fairy have it just yet! He wants to get a good look at her first. It's awfully hard to catch the Tooth Fairy, but with help from his best friend, Gavin will try to build the perfect Tooth Fairy trap. Will he be able to outsmart the Tooth Fairy?
by Maureen StrakaMiddle school can be tough! Especially when Alex's best friend moves away and his dad loses his job. Then a new boy moves in next door and a bully starts picking on the new kid. Alex feels caught in the middle. If he defends the new kid, he may become the bully's next target. Alex soon finds out that the bully is hiding a secret that could change everything. Will Alex find the courage to do the right thing and stand up for the new kid? And can he survive middle school on his own? He'll soon l... more
by Bernard Jan
Danny, a curious harp seal pup, has soft white fur and black innocent eyes. Helen is an environmentalist and member of a young activist crew of the Rainbow Warriors. Their mission is to save animals.
As winter turns into spring, a new generation of seal pups comes to life. A few weeks later, the killing begins. Against a spectacular backdrop of ice and snow, Helen prepares to look horrific human cruelty in the face.
I do not doubt I have a big heart and burning desire, but is ... more
by Anne MorddelPatterned after books of hours, "The Big Field: a Child's Year Under the Southern Cross" is a month-by-month account of life on a farm at the edge of the Atlantic Rainforest in South America. Birds, flowers, butterflies, and bugs abound in a warm and gentle story of three young children living on their grandmother’s farm and learning from her the seasonal changes and simple activities that often mirror those of children in the northern hemisphere. The subtext of the grandmother’s determination t... more
by Simona Moroni
All you need is one cut, to kill it in this town.
UnREAL meets Bringing up baby, in this oh-so-relevant dark and wacky coming-of-age story.
"They’re waiting at the grave. We plant the seeds ... Next year they’ll bloom, technicolor fed by darkness. Like this town."
Hollywood Forever Cemetery, June 2015: A freshly dug grave.
Halloween, 2014: Mona arrives in Los Angeles.
by Ronald SchneiderBack in 1935 when 7-year-old Harold Samuels got Fuffles, few if any people kept ferrets as pets. Fewer even knew what a ferret was, including Harold, who when his father surprised him with Fuffles thought he was a weasel. Despite the mistake, Harold was immediately captivated by the small, cute, cuddly creature. He couldn't take his eyes off of him or put him down. Quickly, Fuffles came to occupy a big place in Harold's life. With the joys and fun came the responsibilities. And what Harold was... more
by Amy RobinsonChaos explodes when Jade Rivera and her best friend KK stumble upon a band of zany suburbanites in the desert of Arizona. The gang has just kidnapped the President of the United States, and now they have the girls, too! The suburbanites are demanding a ransom: they want the Superstition Mountain wilderness area to be developed into a suburban paradise. Drawing on knowledge of the desert environment and from her Mexican and Chinese heritages, Jade forms a plan. With KK’s help, this plan may liber... more