by Lou Tognola.
A day in the life of a little boy who enjoys his
visits to his doting Nanny and Granddad. This book is
presented in two languages, English and Italian.
and His Magic Mirror,
by Debra Scatasi. George has been left a mirror in his
Grandfather's will. This is not just any mirror, it is an
extraordinary mirror which will take George on trips into
fantasy lands and lead to many great adventures.
Clearing in the Woods,
by Rachel Rice. One day, Rosemary spots a little racoon
family in a clearing in the woods near her house. She decides to
share food with the racoon and the other animals who live in the
by Jo Ann Rohr. With the help of an astrologer, some
kites and the people in the kingdom, Su Ling masterminds a plan
to save her kingdom.
by Suzanne Male. If Mrs Radvelli had known that the
elastic had broken in her bloomers she could have saved herself
from some embarrassment on her shopping trip. A lively, animated
story e-book for ages 5 to 8 years
& I-lung: Love Lasts Forever,
by M. LaVora Perry. In ancient China, faithful son
I-lung is guilt-ridden when forced to disobey his father's dying
wish. But he soon discovers that his actions led his father and
many others to great happiness. Ages 5 and up.
Dreams Lost Along the Way,
by Caterina Christakos. This magical story
"told in an epic style poem is a feat of rhythym and
I Could Remember All the Things She Forgot,
by Caterina Christakos. To grandma's house again I
go / to collect the pieces of so long ago. / Each time I pass
through grandma's gate / I know an adventure will surely await.
The Bed, by Leah Michelle. A small
boy is too scared to sleep -- what can it be that is under the
bed and scaring him so much? A lovely picture book with rhyming
Red Bike, by Carol Wells. Little
Peter learns a valuable lesson in how to take
responsibility for his toys when he believes that his new bike
has disappeared because of his own carelessness.
Lizard of Oz, Now and Then and Other Tales from Ome, Hundreds and Hundreds of Gerbils,
Tiger in the Intercom, and See You Later Elevator, by
Richard Seltzer. Five books aimed at children 9-12
Legend of Koolura, by Michael L. Thal.
This is a story of a sixth grade Armenian girl and how she
obtained the cool powers. She has the ability to dematerialize
at will and rematerialize where she chooses. She can move
objects with her mind and she can even defy gravity! The
question is if these powers will be of any use in stopping a
stalker intent on the destruction of Koolura and her friends.
More Gooseberry Pie!,
by Dorothy Thompson.
In this children's story of a little peasant boy who loves
gooseberry pies, the author depicts an imaginary land in order
to teach young readers the ramifications of telling "tall
Simpson and the Ghostly Field (A Heartstopper Horror), by Robin Vogel.
Talented eleven-year-old actor Brad Simpson is more than ready
to settle down with a steady role on "The Pioneers,"
an exciting new TV show. But what if the set is haunted?
and Clever Crabbo, by
Two mid-grade readers in one volume about 10-year-old Mark and
his mate Crabbo the talking crab.
Chills and Thrills, by Laura Hickey.
A great book for
reading around the campfire, at sleepovers, or at parties for
kids ages 6-12 years old. Contains 10 short stories of
adventure, mystery and magic.
Wild Virtual Enchanted Garden,
by Koty Lapid. The
book about Lorie and her mother who is a fashion designer who
sells her digital clothes. It starts out showing helping her
mother. As the story unfolds, Lorie finds herself experiencing a
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