Harold Peabody & the Magic Glasses

By Dawn Kopman Whidden, O.M. Faye

In Harold Peabody and the Magic Glasses by Dawn Kopman Whidden and O.M. Faye, Harold is travelling back to his mother's childhood town in Louisiana after his Navy SEAL father was killed in Afghanistan. Harold hopes they can begin to rebuild their lives and he...

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Megan's First Crush

Megan's World, Book 6
By Pamela Foland

Megan's First Crush: Megan's World, Book 6 is an animal-companion novel for children and preteens written by Pamela Foland. Megan was excited to be going back to school. She would be in eighth grade, the last year before high school, and she was especially looking...

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For Infinity and Beyond

By Terri Peel Bechtold

If you enjoyed reading Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, you will love this new children’s book, For Infinity and Beyond. Author Terri Peel Bechtold uses a repetitive—and building—sentence throughout the book. Each time the sentence appears it gets a little longer and longer. The...

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Fishing with Granpa

By Rebecca Hummel Kenyon

In Fishing with Granpa by Rebecca Hummel Kenyon, a young boy recounts delightful memories when he spent time with his grandfather. They had enjoyed fishing together and having conversations during their outings. His grandfather had talked about his younger days and they had discussed their...

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But I’m Good at Other Things

By Simon Lille

But I’m Good at Other Things by author Simon Lille is a charming children’s book about a cellphone named Noky. The dialogue feels pretty realistic of most children, and the way that things get misinterpreted also rings very true of how children interact with one...

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Grimoricon

Pathway to Terah
By B.D. Suever

Grimoricon: Pathway to Terah is an epic fantasy novel for preteens and children, grades 4-6, written by B.D. Suever. Ethan was your typical twelve-year-old, if having already developed a passion for reading could be considered typical. That aside, he lived for playing video games, especially...

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Believe

What Do You Do When Your Dream is Bigger Than You?
By Kirstin Leigh

Believe: What Do You Do When Your Dream is Bigger Than You? by Kirstin Leigh is a Christian middle-grade story about a 12-year-old girl named Kristi Kate who wants more than anything to be a big star. Songs just come to her. She lives to...

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The Beautiful Mare

And the Boy Who Gave Thanks
By Marc Cohen

The Beautiful Mare And the Boy Who Gave Thanks by Marc Cohen is an illustrated fable about a boy who goes through various adventures, some good, and some not so good. But in every situation his attitude is always to be thankful for whatever he...

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Magdalena Gottschalk: Lindtzl Kingdom

By M. Gail Grant

Magdalena Gottschalk: Lindtzl Kingdom is a work of fantasy fiction for preteen children, penned by author M. Gail Grant. The third book in the series which follows title character Magdalena, this one picks up right where The Slippery Slope left off. Entering The Enchanted Forest...

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I'm Just Me!

By Kody Christiansen

I'm Just Me! is a children’s social issues picture book written by Kody Christiansen and illustrated by Alexandrea Mallia. Other people may see her as a little girl, but the child in this story sees herself as something rather different. While she enjoys drawing, playing...

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