"Max Goes to Town," by Cynthia L. Clark, illustrated by Blueberry Illustrations, is a fun children's book about a cat named Max who ventures into town. Full of energy and heart, this rhyming story reflects the personality of Max, a cat who loves where he lives and the life he leads, pestering a mouse and playing with the children that live with him.
"Chloe the Unfeathered Parrot," by award-winning Regan W.H. Macauley, illustrated by Wei Lu, is an informative and entertaining children's book about a special parrot by the name of Chloe. Chloe needs a permanent home after being surrendered by a man she lived with, but is now much too busy to care for her due to work obligations.
"My Little Angel" is the story of a girl who has a little angel, named Angela, who sits on her shoulder and helps her be safe and make good choices both when she's at home and outside. Angela helps the girl do good things, plays with her, and makes her sneeze! Angela teaches the girl to help others by being nice to them and she teaches about God in heaven where she came from. Angela is so tiny that no-one can see her except the girl who she lives with, but the girl loves her a lot.
"A Week with Waffles" by Tom Speicher, illustrated by Marina Saumell, is the charming children's story where a cute guinea pig named Waffles takes the stage, by guiding us through a week in his life, by use of his weekly planner. Each day is filled with activities, from the routine, like eating; to trips to the library and out to eat with friends. Young readers will get to know the habits and daily life of Waffles, with detailed descriptions and explanations.
"Trouble at the Valentine Factory" is whimsical, airy, nostalgic, and fun, while dark and troublesome as well. The story is in the "Seven Kingdoms" series of fairy tales by Laurel Decher featuring the characters Princess Saffy and Prince Magellan.
“Captain Boy” by John Thomson is a delightful children’s book with colorful, engaging illustrations—all about a boy who loves submarines and buys one for a dollar.
Take a well-known fairy tale, mix in some paranormal activity, set it in current times, and you have the basic foundation for “Potion.” This type of format can be so much fun to read, especially for the Young Adult age group, which this book is geared toward.
"The Know-It-All Pencil" is a cute story that is different from others I've heard of or read myself. The story is entertaining, the right length, and contains age-appropriate words so Lydia could read the story to herself once and then I enjoyed getting to read it to her another time. This story has the ability to spark the imagination of young readers to think of other inanimate objects that could do magical things. The illustrations are colorful and show how to follow directions, share, trade, and get along with all different people. 
Hugh Geber is an alchemist following his family tradition of doing research in a lab at the University of Science and Progression. Until recently, this position has always been well respected and well-funded. Things have changed because there is now a clash between the Old Way and the New Way. Hugh follows the Old Way, in which magic is respected. Unfortunately, Robert Smithson, who is the Chancellor of the college, follows the New Way. Smithson declares war on the Old Way and is determined to ruin Hugh and his reputation.
"A Child's First Bedtime Prayers" is a book with twenty-five different prayers that you can pray to Jesus before you go to sleep. When I go to bed, my family does The Lord's Prayer and Luther's Evening Prayer, but in this book, the different kinds are more like different things you can pray to Jesus about.
"Daniel: Investing in Family” is the seventh book in Peter Pactor’s Daniel series. This story begins with Daniel and his legally adopted sons. The sixteen-year-old boys are not much younger than he is, and they have dealt with a lot of hardship. When they say it takes a village to raise a child, that is also true with Daniel’s family. His own family members, mentors and friends also play a role in the lives of these young men.
Whether you’re already a fan of the game, are interested in learning more, or simply want to bask in some hilarious outdoor adventures from the comfort of your couch, “Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie” and “More Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie”  provide the perfect summer escape—all from the luscious grounds of the River Vale Country Club golf course.
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