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“Donkey Dell” by Jaybie D.
“Donkey Dell” by Jaybie D. 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
“Donkey Dell: A No & Won’t Book from Stubborn to Strong” by author/illustrator Jaybie D. is the story of a stubborn and selfish donkey.  He learns through his rebellious and closed-minded ways that when you think more open-mindedly and allow others to help, you will experience positivity and life will be much more enjoyable. Dell learns through his trials how to be a team player, how to think of others and the benefit of helping others. read more
“Fangs, Fairies & Follies” by Jaybie D.
“Fangs, Fairies & Follies” by Jaybie D. 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
“Fangs, Fairies & Follies: A Vampire’s Epic Tooth Fairy Chase” by Jaybie D. is a wonderful children’s story with likable characters and an easy-to-follow narrative. Silas, the vampire, is disappointed in his lack of fangs and goes on a quest to find the tooth fairy in hopes of getting the smile he wants. Through this quest, the reader follows Silas as he interacts with different characters while searching for the tooth fairy. read more
“ARCA Academy: La Chouchoute” by J.S. Gentry
“ARCA Academy: La Chouchoute” by J.S. Gentry 683 1024 Reader Views Kids
When Emma Blakely’s parents enrolled her in the eighth grade at ARCA Laureate Academy of Boston, they couldn’t have guessed the rollercoaster of events that would follow. In the Wellesley dorm with roommates Shayla and Amy, Emma initially struggles to connect with them. Standing up against bullying, Emma forms an unbreakable bond with Jenny, and the two become inseparable best friends in J.S. Gentry’s “ARCA Academy: La Chouchoute.” read more
“Peepers’s Remarkable Journey” by Tom Handel
“Peepers’s Remarkable Journey” by Tom Handel 1024 1024 Reader Views Kids
One day while children are playing in the nearby park playground, a little lost duckling hears children’s jovial voices and waddles slowly over to them in, “Peepers’s Remarkable Journey: A Duckling’s Tale” by Tom Handel. The little duckling sees Violet, a young girl who is chasing butterflies, and when Violet lays eyes on this little yellow-and-brown duckling who looks lost, she can’t help but want to make sure the duckling is safe. read more
“The Silver Eclipse” by Kristy Dixon
“The Silver Eclipse” by Kristy Dixon 640 1024 Reader Views Kids
Embark on a thrilling adventure filled with shimmering silver portals, accidental transports to Earth, black capes, and a mysterious Dark Cloud society. Kristy Dixon’s “The Silver Eclipse,” the first book in the Akkron series, is a highly-anticipated book that weaves a tale of intrigue, excitement, and mystery, reminiscent of the beloved Harry Potter and Percy Jackson series. When Wren unexpectedly lands in Missouri through a portal and meets Graham, their worlds are forever altered. Graham, now trapped in Akkron with Wren, discovers his new healer powers and forms an unbreakable bond with four new friends. read more
“The King and the Ogre” by William J. Birrell
“The King and the Ogre” by William J. Birrell 279 445 Reader Views Kids
The moment I opened “The King and the Ogre” by William J. Birrell, I knew this was no ordinary children’s book. The uniquely beautiful art that covers these pages is stunning in its duplicitous mix. Bearing the hallmarks of smudged chalk with the rainbow hues of watercolors, the images burst off the pages. There’s a feel of minimal detail, creating a relaxing sensation for the reader. But further inspection shows the illustrations are carefully detailed, reminiscent of early animation where simple backgrounds would be created, and then more detailed characters would be laid on top of the backgrounds for filming. I hadn’t read one word yet, but I was in love with this book. read more