Whether you’re already a fan of the game, are interested in learning more, or simply want to bask in some hilarious outdoor adventures from the comfort of your couch, “Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie” and “More Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie”  provide the perfect summer escape—all from the luscious grounds of the River Vale Country Club golf course.
Shifter” takes the Healer Chronicles to another level as the kids are tested to their limits. Once again Bowler drives well-drawn characters through an exciting story full of epic battles with enemies, terrifying experimental procedures, and betrayal at the deepest level. There are a few twists readers might suspect, but Bowler expertly uses these devices to take us down completely different paths you won’t see coming. The introduction of William and his “cousins” add an element of magic that I would love to see on the screen. Think a “Stranger Things” vibe and kick it up a notch – can you even imagine?
“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.
“Little Doves Affirmation Workbooks” by Ann Fitzpatrick are workbooks that have either thirteen or fifteen good things that someone can tell themselves when they aren’t feeling good or happy.
“I Am Cheetah” is part of a series of books Stephanie J. Teer is launching to educate children aged 5-10 about endangered species. Sprinkled throughout the story and woven seamlessly with the narrative are specific details about cheetahs. Endnotes provide additional facts. The author realistically addresses bullying. This high-interest book is accessible to young readers who want to read chapter books but are not quite ready for the reading level of many chapter books.
If you or your teens love Bible stories, "Ayal the Arrow Boy" is an enjoyable read with a likable protagonist. It gives a name and a face to a person that is merely swept over in the biblical accounts. The book is a combination of suspense, thrills, and educational material.
What’s This Tail Saying? Carolyn CombsIllustrated by Cathy MorrisonDawn Publications (2020)ISBN: 9781584696629Reviewed by Evan C. (age 7) for Reader Views […]
“Compare Bear's Double Dare: Be Yourself - Don't Compare!” is about a kid, Danny who meets a bear and the bear tells him his name is Compare Bear. Have you ever met a bear named Compare Bear?
“The Great Green Tree and the Magical Ladders: Suburbia,” is about a 10-year-old Shea who has been a problem with friends, family, and teachers.
"It's in Our Nature," by Jacqueline T. Small, casts a spell that lures you into the world of witchcraft.
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