Space Ranger Fred and The Umbrella Rescue

By Matthew Newnham

Space Ranger Fred and the Umbrella Rescue by Matthew Newnham is a delightful early chapter book about Fred, who is almost seven years old. He is enlisted to help Zando Centauri, the space ranger from his favorite comic book. Fred has already earned the title...

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Stealing Magic

The Legacy of Androva, Book 1
By Alex C Vick

Stealing Magic: The Legacy of Androva, Book 1 is a contemporary coming of age fantasy novel for preteens and young adults written by Alex C. Vick. Shannon loved to sit out in her garden, almost as much as she loved reading fantasy novels in her...

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Superhighway

By James Oldman

Superhighway by James Oldman is a whimsical children's short story about the adventures along the Superhighway. Superhighway is an easy-to-read book that children will love as they walk through the adventures of the characters and see the world from the characters' perspectives. Rocco, his wife...

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Spider Web Scramble

The Mischief Series
By Amanda M. Thrasher

Amanda M. Thrasher’s Spider Web Scramble is an interesting third entry in the Mischief Series, a blend of fantasy and sci-fi for young readers. The Spider Web Scramble is held at the Mushroom Patch, located deep in the forest, an event that takes place on...

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Stories from the Desert Path

The Come Walk With Me Series
By Shirley A Williams

Stories from the Desert Path: The Come Walk With Me Series is a collection of adventures-in-nature tales written by Shirley A. Williams and illustrated by Connor Furr. Aundi was new to the desert. The eight-year-old and her family had formerly lived in New York, out...

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Sasquana, Peggies and Featherchasers

A nerdy boy, a beautiful evo-human girl, and an abused Pegasus.
By Marlina Williams

Sasquana, Peggies and Featherchasers by Marlina Williams is the story of 14-year-old Kellen, a shy teenage boy whose parents are about to divorce. While they are on a trip as the last attempt for his parents to mend their marriage, Kellen suffers a serious accident....

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Sarah's Gift

Standing Up For Yourself
By Erica Tucci

Sarah is just starting the 5th grade. Right before the first day of school, Sarah has a visitor. A visitor only she can see and hear. An animal helper to guide her as her life changes. Soon after the animal visits her, she sees her...

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Sparkle and the Gift

Sparkle Series Book 1
By Ayn Cates Sullivan

Sparkle is a little girl whose real name is Sarah. She blossoms with light and color and loves the natural world around her. One rainy day, she's feeling sad. When her mother, Alice, asks her why, Sparkle talks about being hue-man, a child of many...

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Summons

Fable Ranger Book 1
By A.L. Brown

Summons is the first book in the Fable Ranger series written by A.L. Brown. Twelve-year-old Casey is mortified to find that she has been nominated as a fill-in bridesmaid on the same day as her basketball tournament. After storming off to her bedroom,...

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Sheep

By Martin Rothery

Sheep is the precursor to Cows! Both books are by Martin D. Rothery. I read them out of order, but I can truly say I don’t think that it diminished my enjoyment of either. The point is not the plot so much as it is...