"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.
“The Golden Rule” by Sherrill S. Cannon is both a storybook and a coloring book! It is about two kids, Robert and Kait, who are looking for a golden ruler that they heard about from their mom.
“Monster in the Water” is a book about taking care of the ocean by Dylan D’Agate. The ocean is a place full of animals and it is our job to protect them and where they live.
In “Saratoga,” the final installment of Durwood’s Illustrated Colonials series, readers find the young heroes more determined than ever.
“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.
"The Three Tree" by Madison Farkas is a charming retelling of a tale with relevant, universal messages. A plucky young girl is the heroine who saves the day for her town. She provides an excellent female role model, exhibiting self-confidence and self-esteem. So much can be accomplished if you believe in yourself.
"The Ranatanland Tales" is an amazing book in which Gus is visiting his Grandpa and Grandma's house when a hurricane hits. Gus is scared during the hurricane, which I can relate to because I get scared during thunderstorms. To help soothe Gus, his Grandpa reads him a book called "The Ranatanland Tales." That book follows quite a few people, though mostly two characters called Willie G Soon and Joey Perch. I say, what an adventurous pair those two are!
“The Pact” is Book One in The Illustrated Colonials series, a historical fiction saga for teens and young adults with a distinctive spin on the American Revolution.
“Glennie Fairy: A World of Many Colors” by Melanie Dawn is the story of a fairy named Glennie who likes to wear pink glasses. Her favorite color is pink and she likes to see everything around her as being pink because it makes her happy.
"The Goblin Pitcher" by Paul Lonardo is an amazing book with intriguing characters and plots that are just phenomenal! It tells the story of 11-year-old Jake Lupo, who accidentally stumbles across the goblin world.
“The Color of Greed” is the second book in the Erebus Tales series by Norman Westhoff. This follow-up to “Stone Fever” picks up the story in Antarctica a year and a half later. It’s an exciting mix of science fiction, action, and adventure, full of ancient customs, modern technology, climate change, geology and coming of age, with a bit of romance and espionage thrown into the mix for a well-rounded story sure to be enjoyed by all young adults and up.
Mia's grandmother owns a farm. She raises sheep. One day Mia, her granddaughter sees a baby llama that is very small, named Nattie. Nattie's mother ran out of milk and could no longer take care of her so Nattie was on her own. Mia wanted to take care of her because Nattie reminded her of herself. She was little like her and Mia was going to help Nattie no matter how different she was. Her broken horn, shorter legs, and crooked smile made Nattie unique.
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