Its Hard to Sleep When You're an Artist

The best dreams are the ones you create for yourself!
By Heather Gutierrez

It’s Hard to Sleep When You’re an Artist is a work of children's fiction by Heather Gutierrez. Lily is an artist. She’s lots of other things, too, including being a five-year-old girl. But what she loves most is to paint pictures – bright, bold, beautiful...

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I'll Meet You Where the Moon Touches the Water

By Jillian Rodriguez

I’ll Meet You Where the Moon Touches the Water by Jillian Rodriguez is a children’s picture book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of parents/guardians, teachers, and children. This is a story filled with a focused relaxation technique known as guided imagery technique,...

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Ilvie Little and the Fearless Sailors

By Susanne Stemmer - Translated by Linda Gaus

Ready for a high seas adventure with a strong and determined crew? Ilvie Little and the Fearless Sailors by Susanne Stemmer is the book for you. Ilvie is an elf who decides to leave her elven land in search of adventure. Her constant companion, Theo,...

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Ida and the Unfinished City

The Lost Children Book 2
By Carolyn Cohagan

Ida and the Unfinished City by Carolyn Cohagan is the second book in the Lost Children series. Ever since a curse fell upon her, Ida has been stuck at the age of twelve and longs to be her actual age of sixteen. All she wants...

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Isle of Tatsu

By Susan Foust

Isle of Tatsu: Sometimes Danger Follows You Home by Susan Foust is written for kids with an adventurous spirit. The story follows brothers Sam and Matt Sawyer. Matt, aged ten, and Sam, fourteen, were excited to take their family's 40-foot sailboat on an unsupervised week-long...

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Ishkabibble Unafraid

By Cindi L Goodeaux

Many kids fear monsters in the night, but in Cindi Handley Goodeaux’s book, Ishkabibble Unafraid, there is a twist. The story is told from the perspective of Ishkabibble who happens to be, you guessed it, a monster. His friends have warned him about the ‘hue-mans’...

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I'm NOT Like Other Books

By Meaghan Axel

I’m NOT Like Other Books by Meaghan Axel is not like any other book but has something for everyone. This metafiction picture book has a sloth, a narwhal, and a seal that serve as guides as they try to determine what this book’s purpose is....

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I...Am...Cheetah!

The Gift
By Stephanie J Teer

I...Am...Cheetah! The Gift is a work of fiction in the animals and nature sub-genre and was penned by author Stephanie J. Teer. The work is intended for the children’s reading audience and contains easy-to-read chapters perfect for independent readers of around 8 to 12 years...

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Invisible Magic Wand to the Rescue

Dyslexia font to make it easier for all readers (Hot Chocolate Underpants)
By Rafael Jacimin

Invisible Magic Wand to the Rescue (narrated by Eric Wickstrom) is a story of magic for the elementary school crowd. Rafael Jacimin’s engaging tale of magic wands, waffles, and an earthquake begins over the breakfast table, when Grandpa makes waffles for Caspian and his sister...

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In the Magic Forest

By Greg McLeod

Welcome to In The Magic Forest where you will meet Pic the Pixie, Rudolf the Giant, Eggbert the flying pig, Saltbeard and his pirate crew, or maybe Elvira, the tree elf as she strums her harp. Then we have the moss sprites, Homer and Gomer, and Strussel the Ghost,...

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