H.J. Ramsay’s “Ever Alice” is an enthralling and incredibly clever spin on Lewis Carroll’s classic “Alice in Wonderland.”
"I Miss You Most" by Cassie Hoyt is about missing a family member a lot and thinking of all the fun things you would do with that person if you were together.
“The Gifts of Happiness” is Oliver Smuhar’s thrilling sequel to his hit novel, “The Gifts of Life.” In this follow up, readers find themselves back in Everbreen and the Town of Tents with Perry, Faith, Bailey, and the rest of the crew.
"The Legend of Crocknest Island" by Alice James is an awesome book! Crocknest Island is a place where the animals go when they become extinct or are close to being extinct on earth. It’s a magical island!
Melissa Flesher’s “PERL: The Awakening” introduces readers to a special young girl named Perl. As a baby, Perl surprised a local order of monks, called the Brotherhood of the Quill, by washing ashore as a passenger on a beached whale.
"Shared Courage" is about becoming brave, even when you are scared to do something. There are lots of scary things in the world, but if you do something or think about it, then it can help you not be scared as much anymore.
“Galagamous The Galactic Garbage Collector” by Julia Irwin is a book about how Galagamous gets an important job in his city. Galagamous is a hermit that lives on the planet Magopolary with his friend Fizbot.
"I Don't Want to Wear a Mask!" is the story of a little preschool boy named Albert. Like my brother last year, Albert had to stop going to preschool and do it over the computer at the end of the school year because of the Corona Virus.
“Stone Fever” is a clever blend of two civilizations in a sci-fi action adventure for young adults but I don’t think the audience is limited to that age group. It’s an action-packed journey that will be enjoyed by all age groups.
"The World We Choose" by Kevin Kunkel is how the world is a pretty good place and not a bad or scary one.
“Daniel: Family of the Lost” is Book Six in the Daniel Series by Peter Pactor. It is a novel set during the Thanksgiving season of 1929, the year of the Great Stock Market Crash.
"Don't Cook, Mom!" is about a mom who can't cook and her two girls who decide to do something about it.
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