By Cindi Walton
Come along to Nana's house and visit her garden where there are fairies and magic galore. Sing and dance with a little girl who knows all about the the fairies that live in her Nana's garden. Written in a whimsical and poetic way that will delight all fairies lovers from 2-92.
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By Miel Parkinson
Illustrated by Ruwini Weerasinghe
According to Uncle Reed, there are no moose in Maine. Even though the moose is Maine's official state animal, and even though there are moose crossing signs and moose motels and moose candy bars everywhere, there are no actual moose. Uncle Reed thinks that all the Maine moose attention is a state tourism conspiracy. But Andrew and Rachel are determined to spot a real moose on their annual summer vacation.
Children (and the adult reading to the them) will enjoy this story about the elusive moose of Maine. The story is engaging and humorous. Each picture page hides a moose. I highly recommend this delightful book!
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Pongy Stinkbelly finds a friend
By Kate Mullin
Illustrated by Liz Mullin
A heart-warming tale of friendship and laughter. Pongy Stinkbelly lives all alone at the end of Pot Hole Lane. He is lonely and sad, but then just as he is about to give up his quest for finding a friend, his luck changes.
This wonderful story that is special and unique. It has wonderful rhymes throughout, so that everyone can share the laughter.
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By Rick Bivins
On a Saturday two girls, Em and Sami, get together over Cookies and Milk to discuss their plans for the day. It's quickly clear they want to make up a story, so they head up to one girls bedroom to find some animals to use in a story.
Once they have selected one starts and the other follows. The giggle and laugh while having fun with their story.
Read this story to your child or help them read it while teaching them that it just takes a little imagination to have a great time.
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By W. J. Scott
13 year old TC has a secret: she possesses a supernatural power.
Her Uncle Max is an archaeologist and he believes that the ancient Egyptians visited Australia.
Will TC be able to help Uncle Max unearth enough evidence of his theory before he’s discredited by those who want the past to stay buried?
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Meet Author- Wendy Scott
Wendy Scott has a New Zealand Certificate in Science (Chemistry), which allows her to dabble with fuming potions and strange substances, satisfying her inner witch.
Wendy writes fantasy, children’s and romance novels.
One of the creeds she lives by is to always – Live a life less ordinary!
Please visit www.wendyjscott.com to learn more, read Wendy’s blog or to leave her a message. She loves hearing from readers.
By Crystaline Rose
Follow Suzie on a magical journey of discovering her true self worth within!
A beautifully illustrated self-esteem story for all ages!
Suzie Snowflake struggles with what she sees as "flaws" and "imperfections" in her beautiful design. "How can I notice my outer is bright, when there are parts of myself I don't really like?"
Through the love & wisdom of her parents, Suzie discovers her true inner beauty and light. "It's who you are inside that counts, your inner light that shines through, and who you are outside is wondrous too."
"Look at your art, look at your design, six magical sides, created one of a kind!"
"Each part of you was made with perfection in mind. All of you is filled with treasures to find"
A wonderful affirmation of the importance of self-love and uniqueness; nurturing to every child. Coupled with 36 incredible illustrations!
Crystaline Rose is a teacher and children’s book author. When she brings her stories into classrooms and readings, they are met with ‘Aha’ moments, appreciation and excitement. “The illustrations are magical and the story has meaning!” "It's my favorite book ever"
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By Jacqueline Francis
Illustrated by Sergio Garzon
Flora N. Fauna, that spunky grandmother, loves animals. In this book, she guides readers to discover the names for groups of animals. Gaggle, prickle, smack, leap, and cyclone are all names for groups of animals; but what type of animal goes with each one? While she runs, scuba dives, and paddle boards, Flora N. Fauna seeks out animals throughout the world and she shows that older women can be adventurous, knowledgeable, and fun.
The book challenges readers by first showing an animal’s habitat in beautifully illustrated watercolors along with its group name (“A gaggle of…”). The animals are shown only in silhouette. The following page reveals the complete scene and the group name is revealed (“A gaggle of … geese”).
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By Yales Smith
Illustrated by Edy Vasquez
It’s a new school year at Lemon Elementary and Joshua finds himself thrust into a new school, where he has to use friendship, faith, and hard work to survive. In this story Joshua overcomes the challenges of growing up with the help of his friend Madison. She helps him to understand the true meaning of friendship and hard work.
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By T.G. Bryant
Gabriel has lived in Harmony with his cruel aunt and uncle for much of his young life, but knows nothing outside of his small closet bedroom. His family reminds him daily he is both different and unattractive. Gabriel agrees until one day he finds a key to a room containing a large oil canvas painting. After touching the canvas, Gabriel discovers he has the power to step through it and into a magical world he never existed!
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Meet Author- T.G. Bryant
T. G. Bryant has a passion for the strange and unusual, as he himself is strange and unusual. His imagination is often found working in overdrive. He is usually told by others to “grow up,” but he feels if he hasn’t grown up by this point in his life he never will. This is why he has focused his first novel on children.
By day, T. G. is an educator, but by night he is found performing in community theatre and writing, which are his biggest passions. He is a native of Georgia and a graduate of Georgia College & State University in Millegeville.
T. G. credits Lois Lowry and C. S. Lewis as his two favorite authors due to their use of colorful imagery, and ability to create foreign worlds that feel familiar all at the same time. He says both Lowry and Lewis are his biggest inspirations for wanting to become a writer. At home, T. G. has a furry, four legged child named Riley.
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Sonia loves dinosaurs. She loves them so much that she wants to bring one home from the museum. Her mother refuses, because "Dinosaurs are too big for the apartment." Sonia thinks up clever ways to get a dinosaur out of the museum one bone at a time. But she realizes that would "take forever!" Mom comes to the rescue, and Sonia takes on the challenge of building her own dinosaur.
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