“Life of a Firefly” by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt, is a captivating story about a little girl named Sandy Forte and her adventures growing up. Sandy will win the hearts of teenagers and adults alike as a mischievous girl that somehow maintains an innocence about her that is fresh and unique.
Burnette offers an honest take on female friendships, especially at such a turbulent age, and features the struggle that every young teenage girl will eventually go through: doing what is best for them and following their intuition.
“Guardian of the Groceries” by Michael Albanese is a book about a boy named Henry who was bored. When his mom told him that she had an adventure for them, it was to the grocery store – what? The grocery store isn’t an adventure! That’s what Henry thought too...
"A Mother's Poem" by Helen Millman is the heart-felt work of a mother who wishes for her children to know that she cares about them. Written from the mother's perspective, she talks about jokes, entertainment, and trips in which the entire family finds themselves enjoying 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.
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.