Mr. Moonbeam and the Halloween Crystal

By Ryan Cowan

There is good magic and bad magic all around us and when witches and warlocks plot their battles, good against evil, anything can happen, especially on Halloween. Elliott is a boy growing up in a non-magical world. But he has the potential to do magic....

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Toast with a Side of Dragon

Harry's Dragon Tales
By Lisa Reinicke

Toast with a Side of Dragon: Harry's Dragon Tales is a delightful story by Lisa Reinicke. My seven-year-old daughter read it to me, and she was delighted to discover a character she likes in Harry, the little hairy troll who lives alone — and the...

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3D Craft Ideas (Block Heads - The origin of Hoshiko)

This Block Heads paper crafts book for kids comes with 7 specially selected 3D Block Head characters and 1 hoverboard
By James Manning

Young people love reading and watching movies about superheroes. They even play-act and dress up as their favorite hero. There are many superhero games available – both high tech and the old-fashioned board game. But real superhero fun comes from creativity that makes use of...

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Super Faith

By Myana Chartese

Super Faith by Myana Chartese is a Christian children’s story. Kingdom Land was once heaven on earth. A colorful land, filled with sweets and gems, a place where everyone was happy. Until Captain Evil came along. A man filled with darkness, evil and disobedience, Captain...

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Mystery, Myth, and Mayhem

Fantasy Short Stories for Mid-Grade Kids
By Ben Woodard

Mystery, Myth, and Mayhem by Ben Woodard is a captivating collection of short stories for middle graders. In this book, adventure, ghosts, time travel, friendships, human-animal communication, and other thrilling features converge to create gripping stories. In the third story, The Ghostly Math Teacher, Harry...

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My Friend the Dragon

By A. Woodley

In My Friend the Dragon, author A. Woodley tells of a tale of a young boy meeting a dragon. At first, the young boy is scared and runs, thinking the dragon is going to eat him. As one would imagine, the dragon soon catches up....

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Serena's Tales

By Taylor Lukens

Serena's Tales by Taylor Lukens, illustrated by Madison Hope-Hokulani Buffington, is a children's fantasy book about a mermaid named Serena, the youngest princess of King Ronan and Queen Venus of Dylana. Serena is known to be caring, kind, and adventurous. Her frequent underwater travels lead...

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Aliens Ate My Homework

The Adventures of Ubergirl Book 2
By Matthew Cox

Aliens Ate My Homework is a work of science fiction and fantasy fun penned for children by author Matthew S. Cox. In this second novel in The Adventures of Ubergirl series, we return to Kelly Donovan and her Earth-saving ways for another delightful installment. After...

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What Are Monsters Afraid Of?

By Carmen Parets Luque

Just in time for Halloween comes the newest release from Carmen Parets Luque, What Are Monsters Afraid Of? This short and funny picture book for children breaks down the monsters of traditional folklore that most readers, including the intended child audience of this book, will...

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Wanda's Wand

By Deborah Kupfer

Independence is a good thing, but sometimes we’re all just a little too independent. When something goes wrong or gets broken, we feel compelled to fix the problem ourselves. But sometimes our fixer-uppers just don’t work right. That’s what happened to Wanda. While playing with...

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