Odie Explores: A Paw Smart Book, D.S. Provance

Kid-tested, Story Monsters Approved! Ask Odie if he wants to go outside and he runs to the door. To him, inside is for naps. Written from a dog’s perspective, this lighthearted book teaches children why the outdoors are interesting. It gives quirky facts about common and overlooked animals, plants, and insects. Features:Engaging color photographsFirst person … Read more

Worry Moves On, Liz Haske

School is Sophia’s happy place. More than anything she loves to puzzle with numbers and explore how things work. Learning is practically her middle name. But when Worry shows up, Sophia gets so tangled with fear that she is no longer willing to make a mistake. Join Sophia as she finds Courage in an unexpected … Read more

Reckless Abandon, J.N. Owens

Lies…. Deceit…and a love to withstand it all… Finley Carson has spent her entire life focused on her career, never stopping to take time for herself and avoiding relationships at all cost. Six years ago she met the man of her dreams. Noah Beckett was amazing. He was handsome, smart, and her teacher. They spend … Read more

The Museum of Bullshit, Brad Rau

In a curio museum on Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula, the greatest zoological discovery of the twenty-first century is about to be unveiled. Either that, or it’s all an enormous hoax.The pending exhibition pulls together an unlikely team: a Bigfoot researcher who’s lost her faith, an angry radical who’s running thin on fury, and a man … Read more

What I Tell Myself FIRST: Children’s Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem, Michael Brown

Written by a US military veteran, this children’s book, based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, will instill in children the answer to bullying, body-shaming, hate, and attacks on the self through daily affirmations. Author Mike Brown has learned many life lessons and hopes to convey some of those lessons acquired from public and private service … Read more