Galaxy Mole and the Shadow of Fear

By Hopcyn Miller

Galaxy Mole and the Shadow of Fear by Hopcyn Miller is a complex sci-fi/fantasy novel, classified as “young adult” sci-fi, but it is a lot more than that. There are parts of it that would appeal to young children of ages 6 to 10; some...

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Ghost Hunters

Bones in the Wall
By Susan McCauley

Ghost Hunters: Bones in the Wall by Susan McCauley is the first in a series of kids’ mystery stories. Alex is 12 years old and is a popular member of his school's Ghostball team. A car accident leaves him with a badly injured hip, and...

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Gus the Goose and the Silly Rabbits

By Linda Davis

Gus the Goose and the Silly Rabbits is a fun story set on a farm. Gus is excited when Farmer Brown asks him to watch the baby rabbits while he attends to some wandering cows. The one thing that he is asked to do is...

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Gramps & Me in the Galaxy

By Anna Lamson

Gramps & Me in the Galaxy by Anna Lamson is a colorful and whimsical book for children. The story is told by a little boy and the adventure he solved with Gramps. While traveling the galaxy, the King of Mars asks for their help. A...

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Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe

By Tushar

Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe by Tushar is a children’s/young adult deep dive into a weird and wonderful world of fantastical creatures and hidden worlds that exist alongside us humans here on Earth. Glory Roslyn is an eleven-year-old orphan who has already endured...

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Gentle George

An early chapter story of bravery for kids
By Kate Stead, Chris Stead

Gentle George is written by Ken Mackenzie and Chris Stead. In a town with not many jobs available, mining was the way of life for men and young boys. Miners from the age of twelve and up would mine coal all day long with the...

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George at the Speed of Light

By Greg Trine

How would you react if your grandma told you that your grandfather was abducted by aliens? That is how George at the Speed of Light by Greg Trine begins, and it causes George to think his grandma is crazy. But then he and his brother...

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Giant

By Greg Trine

Giant by Greg Trine asks what if the Giant wasn’t trapped up in the clouds? What if instead the Giant held onto the beanstalk and took a ride down, looking for a soft spot to land the entire way? What would happen if the Giant...

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Ghosts of Windsor Pass

By John M Patrick

Wilbur and Ellie Weiss are the ghosts in Ghosts of Windsor Pass by John M. Patrick. The two elderly Holocaust survivors return to haunt their own house after being killed in a hit and run accident one snowy New Year’s Eve. While driving in that...

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Green Toenail Soup and Bat Fuzz

By Sharon CassanoLochman

Green Toenail Soup and Bat Fuzz is a children’s picture book written by Sharon CassanoLochman and illustrated by Lucy Belle. The inhabitants of the town of Madwacky were quite unhappy with the weather conditions. First, there had been a storm and then a drenching fog...

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