Freedom for Me, Stacie Haas

Children & Picture Book, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

As the Civil War rages, fifteen-year-old Thomas Beck longs to fight for his country. He’s underage, but his brother, Robert, claims there’s another reason he can’t fight: there’s no such thing as a Chinese Yankee. Assumed a slave because of his odd appearance–including his traditional Chinese queue (long braid)–Thomas soon discovers that giving battle with … Read more

Some Parts are NOT for Sharing, Julie Federico

Abuse & Substance Abuse, Children & Picture Book, Literature & Fiction

Travel with a pair of friendly fish as they learn about what parts of our bodies we share with others. Children will learn what the boundaries of appropriate touching are in a very non-threatening way. School Counselor Julie Federico begins the imperative conversation of personal boundaries in Some Parts are not for Sharing. Children will … Read more

Pathway to Terah, B.D. Suever

Children & Picture Book, Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Myth's & Legends

A mysterious book leads to an adventure of a lifetime… Twelve-year-old Ethan knows it all, and if it doesn’t involve fantasy or video games, he isn’t interested. On a trip to an antique store with his father, Ethan comes across the mysterious book, Grimoricon. Unaware of the secrets this book holds, Ethan soon finds himself … Read more

Where, Bear?, Rachel Ellyn

Children & Picture Book, Literature & Fiction

A boy, his bear, and a backyard adventure… Through an adorable tale and unique use of illustration, children of all ages will see that “with imagination, all things are possible”. Rachel Ellyn creates stories that inspire children to dream, to explore, and to build their confidence in being uniquely themselves. Where, Bear? Is a timeless, … Read more

Pontolong and Duckie, Michael Verrett

Children & Picture Book, Literature & Fiction

Pontolong, her tennis racket and her pet Duckie were as colorful as anyone in New Orleans’ French Quarter. Today, Pontolong faces the reigning tennis princess of the city, the devious and evil, Marie La Bohieme. Pontolong has no fears just as long as her lucky Duckie is with her. Tragically, Duckie becomes lost on the … Read more

The Red-Headed Monster, Joshua Karsh

Children & Picture Book, Literature & Fiction

The Red-Headed Monster follows the mischievous actions of a red-headed monster lurking around the house. As we follow the chaos the monster leaves in its wake, we ultimately learn that not all monsters are what they appear to be. This humorous book written in verse will be a sweet way for you and your child to end … Read more