Dolphins of Expedor, by Paul Barker. Take a
magical journey from the hidden city of Expedor full of talking
dolphins and a Wizard Whale, to our world where the young
dolphin Timothy Shore arrives in a fun adventure to save
Robot in "Running
Out of Power," by
Sam Minnich. In this fully illustrated picture
book, a young boy's
robot is overcharged and
goes crazy and runs out of the house. Watch what happens
Grabowski's Crazy Summer in Stormville!,
by Richard Carlson.
An out-of-the-ordinary story about a 10-year-old boy's crazy
summer! Ages 8 to 12.
Circus at the Center of the Earth, by Peter
Swanson (illustrated by Peter Swanson). A flight of
imagination accompanied by vivid illustrations makes this
chapter book a fun read as two young boys and their grandmother
go on the adventure of a lifetime. Join them at the Dinosaur
Circus at the Center of the Earth.
and the Living Stone,
by Lois June Wickstrom and Jean Lorrah. Loch Ness
is cold and deep. It holds many secrets. A strange blue rock
begins the journey of two children to the land of Nessie. Ages
4 and up.
Thousand Heroes, by P.T.
would you do if you woke one morning to find a new town on your
doorstep, a town that wasn't there the day before? And what
would you do if that town was entirely populated with villains?
by P.T. Mayes. Thrust
into the middle of an ancient conflict between two warring
planets in the Triphandor system, three children must uncover
the real villain before they can go home.
Yabobo, by P.T. Mayes.
When terrible King Carrot threatens to snatch Princess
Fluffball’s kingdom from her, Queen Yabobo must go on a
perilous quest to stop him, or, at least that’s how she sees
in the Dark,
by John McKenzie. A little girl flees from an invading army
into a cave with a magician's ghost in situ. There she hears the
magician's story (she's a reborn version) and makes a monster to
fight the invaders.
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