“Yoga at the Zoo” is the first book in the Little Mouse Adventures by Teresa Anne Power about a little mouse that lives underground in a tree next to a house.
"Juliette and the Mystery Bug" by Colleen and Terry Shepherd is a big story with three parts. In each part of the story, someone is either getting sick or keeping themselves from getting sick.
"The Mystery at Moz Hollow" is a thrilling 5-star book in which Emma and her best friend, Laura travel to Moz Hollow, where they meet Raza, whose dad is the director of a movie being filmed there, and where Emma's mom is serving food to the actors. Emma is going to summer school if she doesn't pass social studies, so she, Laura, and Raza decide to make a movie about Moz Hollow as their social studies project.
"The Cavern" by Allen Kent, is a story that will keep you guessing and questioning things until the end. It deals with social issues that Americans are dealing with every day, but does so respectfully. The story is an interweaving of multiple characters and how their differences make them so similar.
“Fedor” by Brant Vickers is a historical fiction/biographical novel about the life of a boy named Fedor. His full name is Feodor Adrianovitch Jefticheff; he was a circus performer in the late 19th century. More specifically, Fedor was a performer in the Black Tent, the sideshow of the Barnum & Bailey Circus. The Black Tent hosted the “freaks” of the circus: the bearded lady, the zipper headed boy, the human pincushion, the skeleton man, etc
“Boy at the Crossroads,” is the biographical fiction story of Conley Ford, as written by his wife, Mary Ford.
“ABCs from the Bible” by Yvonne M. Morgan is a regular ABC book, except it’s much more than that, as it covers such an important topic.
“Touch” is a novel by Rebecca Miller as told through the eyes of a young teenage girl touched by circumstances out of her control. The resulting emotions and personal growth reveal a deep coming-of-age tale that will draw fans of this genre.
“If My Oak Tree Could Speak” by Rachel Greening is a story that is so fun! I liked how it made me think! The story is all about looking at things differently. How would an Oak Tree sound if it could talk? When my mom read it, she had different voices, and I loved listening to how she thought each one sounded. Then I started looking at what would happen if other things could talk.
"Silent Sally Speaks" addresses Selective Mutism, a severe anxiety disorder that literally renders a person unable to speak. The book describes the journey of Sally, a girl around six-year-old, as she begins to overcome the anxiety that is causing her communication challenges.
"FireWorks" is an endearing tale by Australian-born award-winning author Oliver Smuhar. Inspired by Australia's bushfires that occurred in 2019-2020, this heartwarming tale tells the story of five Australian animals as they flee far from the affected territories.
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