The star of this show moves forward with his passion and puts on a costume that, of course, offers him special powers, and he dubs himself Whizzojack. Once he goes this superhero route, thirty-six (yes, I said that right) villains arrive from a locale called Freakyland and come out of the woodwork to battle Whizzojack in hi
"The Runaway" is a really good book about a boy who is tired of his parents arguing, and decides to run away, changing from animal to animal along the way. However, when he finally gets to a faraway island, he realizes that the place he just left—that is, the place he calls home—is the place where he should be. Ultimately, I believe that the moral of the story is to be grateful for what we have, and that what we want is often not what is good for us, because we can't h've everything in life.
One day, Rose's mother tells her that the next get-together will focus on a surprise that will prepare Rose for when her Goddess awakens. Rose learns about her "moon time," or the beginning of her monthly cycle, from her mother and aunties. The women in her life speak of this life event as uplifting and empowering
s a wonderful story about the spirit of Christmas and the reason for the holiday celebration.
Bling has a big responsibility resting upon her fluffy, dog shoulders—keeping the house safe from Ghoulish Green Monsters while the kids are away.
SB Hilarion is the author and lead illustrator of the narrative nonfiction children’s books in the Raising Young Scholars Series. She is passionate about showing the similarities among world cultures and broadening the world knowledge of young readers to encourage curiosity, tolerance, and confidence in all children.
"Bedtime Stories for People of All Ages" by Ken Pietraniec is a good book to read any time of the day or night. The book has seven stories about kids doing things that will help other kids learn from them.
“Hao and Sabine Buy the World’s Currencies” is part of the Raising Young Scholars Series by SB Hilarion. In this third volume, philomaths (lovers of learning and studying) Hao and Sabine receive $500 from the Nascent Scholar Award and $500 from their grandparents. After donating $50 to charity, they use their $950 to buy currencies as they visit six of the seven continents of the world with their famil
Woven against a story of respecting nature and animals is an adventure in a big magic weeping willow. The depth of knowledge regarding nature, insects, and the ecosystem within “The Great Green Tree and Magical Ladders: Metropolis” is truly impressive, as it is nestled amongst a whirlwind adventure and important lessons of esteem, including empathy, respect, patience and more.
With Calvin James’s promotion to DAD in 2017, he aspired for ways to educate his son about the intricacies of life and the world we live in. What better way than through stories! James now has eight children’s books designed to teach his son, and all children, values such as truth, kindness, friendship, love and hope. His latest book, “The Colored Water Fountain,” dives deep into the world of racism through a simple yet unforgettable story about a very different world.
"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.
“Home Fronts” is the second book in The Illustrated Colonials series by Tom Durwood. In this story, the six main characters, Mei Ying, Glibert, Sheyndil, Leo, Mahmoud, and Will, scatter across the globe to spread the American ideal of freedom; in addition, some of the young heroes try to improve the infrastructure of their homelands using what they learned in school.
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