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  • Where A Booger Goes

    by Baker Andrews
    New Children’s Book About Boogers Poised to Reduce Germs, Save Desks and Sleeves. Kids put boogers everywhere. It’s disgusting. Author Baker Andrews and Illustrator Sean Long tackle this sticky topic in the new children’s book Where A Booger Goes. With catchy rhymes and beautiful, colorful, hilarious illustrations, Andrews’ book aims to educate and delight with equal parts laughter and gross-outs. “When I worked with kids, I saw a lot of…interesting habits as far as booger disposal goes.... more
  • The Unusual Suspects

    by Dominic Carrillo
    When fourteen-year-old Nia ditched her elite international school and jumped on a train from Sofia, Bulgaria to Berlin, Germany, she didn't expect to cross paths with elderly Kurt Chavez. But once they meet, and become unlikely murder suspects, a new and unexpected adventure begins.
  • Decades of Deception

    by Patrick J. Callahan
    Patrick Callahan receives shocking news. His late parents concealed a dark family secret from him for forty years. Repressed memories of childhood trauma flood his mind, forcing Patrick to open an obsessive investigation into his unknown past. An incredibly convoluted tale of deceit, extortion, abuse, and police corruption unfolds before Patrick learns the truth about his early life.
  • Corey's Peaceful Heart

    by Judy Henry
    When Corey wakes, he knows something is missing. Uh Oh! He has to have it in time for school. Is it a buzzy bee or a big brown bear? Will he find it in the bathtub or under the bed? In this engaging story for 3-7-year-olds, readers search with Corey until he discovers what makes his heart smile. Corey’s discovery will make readers’ hearts smile, too. Corey’s Peaceful Heart follows HeartMath’s Shift and Shine Technique® for strengthening positive feelings and coping skills in children.
  • Hogarth's Reign of Terror

    by James Delaney

    Hogarth's Reign of Terror is the first chapter of a four-part series called The Hogarth Saga. The Hogarth Saga follows the exploits of Hogarth, a 12-year old boy (in the first three books-he's a young man in the fourth), who does some very bad things. In Hogarth's Reign of Terror, he begins by building a guillotine and uses it to dispatch the cats, then the dogs, and then other animals in the neighborhood. But why he does it is a mystery.

  • South of Main Street

    by robert gately
    The mother dies, the dad’s emotionally challenged, and one of the two daughters is suing her father for financial control of the multi-million dollar estate. That’s the setup of South of Main Street, a heartwarming story named for the dividing line that exists between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’ in a fictitious town of Coalsville, Pennsylvania. The story centers on Henry who most believe is a simpleton by nature, or suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress from a war long forgotten. Sharon, the y... more
  • Elephant Dreams

    by Martha Deeringer
    Desperate to escape her squalid life on the streets of New York City, sixteen year-old Fiona Finn seeks help at the magnificent Church of the Ascension where Charles Loring Brace, a social reformer horrified by the plight of New York City’s street children, arranges for her to go west aboard an Orphan Train.. Fiona’s homeless, alcoholic father has other plans, however. He wants Fiona to “work” the streets to support his drinking and pursues her across the midwest until she is forced to abando... more
  • Behind Mount Rushmore

    by Darlene P. Campos
    Nimo is a Lakota boy seeking to fulfill his dream of being a writer. He keeps close track of his day to day life on Pine Ridge. He watches his parents wade through unemployment and piles of unpaid bills. He witnesses racism for the first time during a family vacation. His grandmother dies suddenly and he is unsure how to mourn her death. John David, Nimo’s best friend, is a hate crime victim because of his sexuality. As a college student, Nimo is hit by a car and loses partial mobility in his le... more
  • Baby Chomper's Bath Time

    by Jeff Minich

    A bubbly and buoyant tale about a puppy named Chomper who loves to get dirty, but really dislikes getting freshened up. Stuck taking a bath, he imagines himself diving in the deep sea, being the captain of a ship, and surfing to a faraway shore. Baby Chomper's Bath Time is a playful story that encourages children to see the bright side of every situation.

  • Me and my Unique Family

    by Isidora Goodwein
    IT BEGAN WITH AN UNTHINKABLE AND HORRIFYING EXPLOSION. BUT THE REAL STORY DIDN’T START UNTIL THERE WAS A BLAST OF POWERFUL EMOTION, PASSION AND CONVULSIVE LAUGHTER. Anna, Rachel and Limor’s favorite past time, in summer, when there is no school, is to explore downtown Tel-Aviv without the knowledge of their parents, and without the knowledge of Gina, the housekeeper and baby sitter. One morning in August, the girls, come to the conclusion that they have had enough of Tel-Aviv. Tel-Aviv i... more
  • Me and my Unique Family

    by Isidora Goodwein
    IT BEGAN WITH AN UNTHINKABLE AND HORRIFYING EXPLOSION. BUT THE REAL STORY DIDN’T START UNTIL THERE WAS A BLAST OF POWERFUL EMOTION, PASSION AND CONVULSIVE LAUGHTER. Anna, Rachel and Limor’s favorite past time, in summer, when there is no school, is to explore downtown Tel-Aviv without the knowledge of their parents, and without the knowledge of Gina, the housekeeper and baby sitter. One morning in August, the girls, come to the conclusion that they have had enough of Tel-Aviv. Tel-Aviv i... more
  • Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子)

    by Eugenia Chu
    Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子) is about a little Chinese-American boy named Brandon who gets a surprise visit from his grandma from China, Pó Po (婆婆). While Brandon and Pó Po (婆婆) are making Chinese dumplings, called jiǎo zi (餃子), Brandon makes a mess and he and Pó Po (婆婆) have a good laugh!  They chat and bond over the experience.  Then Brandon eats and eats and eats and makes a surprise at the end that delights the whole family! This story includes some conversational Mandarin Chinese (including... more
  • The Other Side of Freedom

    by Cynthia T. Toney
    In a southern U.S. farming community in 1925, thirteen-year-old Salvatore and his Italian immigrant father become involved against their will in a crime that results in the murder of an innocent man and family friend. Will Sal keep the secrets about that night as his father asks, or risk everything he and his family cherish in their new homeland, including their lives? Amidst bigotry, bootlegging, police corruption, and gangland threats, Sal must discover whom he can trust in order to protec... more
  • A Spoon Called Poon!

    by Theresa Marie Vallotton
    It’s not a blanket, a toy, or a teddy bear this little boy latches onto, it’s a spoon he calls Poon. With a child’s imaginative genius, sparked by an industrious nature, Quinn discovers all the wonderful things Poon can do. Told with infectious and whimsical rhyme, this is the true story of the author’s grandson, who comes to a crisis when he literally has more than he can handle.
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  • The Sorceress: Book One: The Prophecy

    by John Sinisi
    Ruthless Lord Soren strives to reunite warring feudal mini-states into a mighty kingdom. His most powerful weapon is the Bezrielite necromancer, William, the mightiest sorcerer in modern times. William has rejected Bezriel’s sacred mystical traditions sacred mystical traditions, instead using sorcery for dominion over men and nature. Opposing Soren and William is the ragtag liberation army, Free Bezriel, and its powerful young sorcerers. Ariadne. Despite having been taught to use her powers on... more

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