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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Tinsey Clover

By Chelsea Flagg

Tinsey Clover is a fantastical children’s story written by Chelsea Flagg. Tinsey Clover is a young elf who dreamed of leaving her chaotic home and exploring the world, while still trying to bring the nearby communities together in a peaceful reunion. On one glorious day,...

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Jess and the Pirate Hat

By Anna Luciano

Jess and the Pirate Hat, written by Anna Luciano and illustrated by Rachel Middleton, is a children’s story about a young girl named Jess who finds herself bored. Jess sorts through all her typical toys and finds nothing that sparks her imagination, nothing she wants...

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Can You See What I Can See

By Theresa Monroe

Can You See What I Can See?, written by Theresa Monroe and illustrated by Aparnapandaber, shares the wonderful and imaginative things a child sees in their world of play and pretend. The brightly colored pages are easy guides to teach a child some of the...

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The Squirrel Squire

and the Tournament of Oaks (A Fantastic Tails Adventure Book 1)
By Erik DeLeo

Puff, the small squirrel, was late again. He was supposed to meet Sir Pattercloud when the sun went down but he got distracted on the way by some delicious acorns. Sir Pattercloud was not too happy because Puff was his squire. The next day was...

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The Tale of Princess Alicia

By Melissa-Sue John

The Tale of Princess Alicia, written by Yvette Phillips and illustrated by Simonne-Anais Clarke, is a short story about a young princess named Alicia who loved to sneak away to spend time outdoors with her animal friends. Her father, King O’Neil, did not allow her...

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The Grumpy Fairy

A Grumpy Fairy Tale Book 1
By Elizabeth Dunlap

The Grumpy Fairy: A Grumpy Fairy Tale Book 1 by Elizabeth Dunlap is a witty read for those who love fairy tales and sarcasm. There are funny magical bits, like frog princes begging to be unenchanted, and clever fairy world bits, like learning that fairies...

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The Legend: Revealed

The Legend of The Dragon Child Book 2
By Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait

The Legend: Revealed is a work of fantasy fiction written for children by author Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait. It forms the second book in the Legend of the Dragon Child series after the novel which gives the series its name. In book one, Kaida discovered her...

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The Elf Who Didn't Like Christmas

By Jessie L. Best

The Elf Who Didn't Like Christmas by Jessie L. Best is a children’s story. Ralph is Santa’s smallest and newest elf and he really doesn’t feel very wanted. When Santa sets him to work in the kitchen, scrubbing pans instead of helping with the Christmas...

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The Story That Didn't Want To End

By Joe Fortson

The Story That Didn’t Want to End by Joe Fortson is an adventure any avid young reader would love to experience. With a storybook waiting for his childhood reader to come back into his adventures, Joe Fortson shows the natural human instinct of avoiding change....

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