Face-Offby Stacy Juba:Brad’s twin brother T.J. has gotten himself out of the fancy prep school hisfather picked for him and into the public high school Brad attends. The wholeschool is rooting for a big double-strength win…not knowing that their twinhockey stars are heating up the ice for a winner takes all face-off. Includedin the reference guide Best Books for Young Teen Readers Grades 7-10 andrecommended by the Hockey Hall of Fame Junior Education Program.
EinsteinThe Lazy Kitty by Renae Rae – This 30-page story is inspired by Renae Rae’s real-lifelazy kitty. Einstein The Lazy Kitty, combines rhythmic writing andcolorful illustrations to make this a short, fun book for all ages but it was designedwith your toddler and early reader in mind.
TeddyBear Town Children’s E-Book Bundle (Three Complete Picture Books) by Stacy Juba – Immerseyour child in the gentle world of teddy bears with three picture books in onedownload. Each story is fully illustrated with simple illustrations of teddybear families. Includes The Flag Keeper, Victoria Rose and the BigBad Noise, and Sticker Shoes. The Midwest Book Review on TheFlag Keeper: “Excellent educational book filled with information allAmerican children should know.”
TheWorldwide Dessert Contest: Enhanced Multimedia Edition by Dan Elish – Pancakes that turninto trampolines, attacking caramel apples, roller-skating pies, are all a partof The Worldwide Dessert Contest: Enhanced Multimedia Edition by DanElish, a lip-smacking middle grade fantasy with an original musical score by aBroadway veteran embedded alongside the text! After losing to a cheat for thepast eleven years, will chef Applefeller finally manage to nab the prize?
SavageCinderella by PJ Sharon – Eighteen-year-old Brinn Hathaway has survived on her own inthe Northwest High Country of Georgia since she was left for dead in a shallowgrave by the man who kidnapped her as a child. When a young naturephotographer, Justin Spencer, catches the wild girl on film and the two form atentative friendship, Brinn must decide if coming out of hiding is worth thehope-and the danger-that may await her.
Ashlyn’sRadio by Wilson Doherty (Norah Wilson and Heather Doherty) – When circumstancesforce 17-y-o Ashlyn Caverhill to move to her grandma’s in Maine, she’s PO’d.Although it boasts the hot Caden Williams, she thinks Prescott Junction is thedeadest place ever. She may be right. Not only does a ghost train roll throughat night, but the Caverhill-cursed radio Ashlyn finds foretells that she’llboard it! With Caden’s help, she must find a way to escape her fate.
DarkAscension: A Demon Anthology by N.R. Wick – Keep a flashlight handy. Thiscollection of short stories for young adults is sure to draw out whatever’sskulking in the shadows. From supernatural entities, to crazed monsters, todisturbing discoveries, evil is lurking ’round every corner. Delve into thedark recesses of this creepy book… if you dare.
TheYounger Days by Mike Hays – In the beginning, Boy Smyth has a dull Missouri farm lifeand a burning desire to be an outlaw like his hero, Cole Younger. In the end,Boy Smyth has five dead bodies and two burning buildings at his farm and themost feared man in the United States crying outside his front gate. And thatdesire for the outlaw life? It’s purged completely from his system.
PracticeCake by Dalya Moon- There’s one thing Maddie Bird (18) finds more tempting than red velvet cake:her coworker, Drew. All it takes is one of his sly winks or a playful hip-checkby the cooler, and she’s incinerating the cookies. Her boyfriend would notapprove. When a reality TV crew descends upon the bakery, her simple summer jobgets even more complicated.
Awayfrom Whipplethorn by A.W. Hartoin – Tiny fairies. Huge adventure. Matilda is aboutto get what she’s always wanted, and it’s a bad thing. Being a babysitter isn’tmuch of a dream, but Matilda is anything but average. She’s half a centimetertall, invisible to the human eye, and hearing-impaired. In her life, adventuresare in short supply, but there is a emergency list for her first job. The onlyproblem; humans aren’t on the list.
GrammarCandy by Katrina Streza – Have you ever wondered what exactly an adjective was? Drawna blank when your child asked for help with English grammar homework? In GrammarCandy, the second book by educator Katrina Streza, Danny and Sam are back foranother candy-filled learning adventure. This time, they’ll turn a grammarlesson into some sweet fun when they visit Mr. Candor’s Candy Shop and learnabout nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs and more. For candy-loving kids ingrades 1-3 (and their parents too)!
Doctor:Discover Series Picture Book for Kids by Xist Publishing
Wholikes going to the doctor? Who wants their child to grow up to be a doctor?
Whetheryou’re looking to alleviate anxiety or plant the suggestion early, DOCTORfeatures 25 full-color photos of doctors, nurses and medical equipment.Likeother titles in the Kindle Kids Library from Xist Publishing, DOCTOR has beenformatted to take advantage of the Kindle, Kindle Fire and Kindle apps forphones, tablets and computers.
Timeto Get Ready, Bunny! by Brenda Ponnay – It’s time to get ready, Bunny! Bunny? BUNNY?In this charming little book, author/illustrator Brenda Ponnay has artfullydepicted the morning routine of so many families. Whether your little one wouldrather stay in bed, play with toys, or try on every outfit in the closet, thisbook is sure to resonate with parents.
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