The Amazing Zoe

A Queen Like Me
By Valene Campbell

Little girls love to play dress-up, especially if dress-up includes a beautiful gown that makes them look like a princess. Zoe’s best friend, Kaitlyn, has the prettiest princess gown. Although the two girls love playing dress-up at Kaitlyn’s house, Zoe is never allowed to wear...

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Little Augie and His Trumpet

By Augie Haas

Little Augie loves to play games with his friends outdoors. One day, while playing in the park, he hears something in the distance. It’s a noise he’s never heard before. He goes to investigate and discovers a man blowing into “an unusual, shiny object with...

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Pudgy Possum and the Porcupine

By Kathy S. Elasky, TBD

Pudgy Possum met a strange creature at the pear tree one evening. It looked like a possum that had quills stuck on its back. Pudgy introduced himself and the stranger said his name was Peter. There were plenty of pears for them to eat and...

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I Wish

By Sandi Walker Scoggins

Darby Green lived in Squeegee Hollow and one Wednesday morning he was walking to school with his friends, Popper Jade, Fritzy Teal, and Tiffany. As they passed Mr. Harvey's Toy Store, Darby noticed the sign for an Art Contest where the winner was given the...

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Anchors in the Storm

By Jessica Laurel Kane

Jessica Laurel Kane’s Anchors in the Storm is a short story about hopelessness, loss, and grief but somehow finding strength and courage from the people who reach out to you in times of despair. The story is filled with adorable illustrations and meaningful messages. This...

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The Christmas Apron

By Rachelle Pace Castor

Everyone has their own special set of traditions for Christmas and that includes Millie’s family. Tucking wishes into the Christmas apron brought by her grandmother is a unique tradition of their family and Millie is especially looking forward to it this year. Her teacher, Miss...

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If Grandma Lived Next Door

By Gianna Vorsheck, John Vorsheck III

Wouldn’t you love to live next door to your Grandma? I know I would. Daily visits, shared secrets, and lots of Grandma’s delicious treats and, of course, those wonderful hugs. Three children are very imaginative in how they would visit their Grandma if she lived...

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Mason's Magical Christmas

By Robert E. Kearns

It was December and Mason's school had closed for the holidays. This was Mason's favorite time of the year, and it was going to snow soon. The family was going to visit Nana for Christmas. Nana lived in a big house, away from Dublin, and...

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Worms Are A Yummy Snack

A Story of Patience, Anger, and Joy
By Dorsey Spencer Jr.

Worms Are a Yummy Snack by Dorsey Spencer Jr, with illustrations by Ann Pomelova, is a children's picture book that revolves around a father and son outing to go fishing. The book begins with a six-year-old boy named Chase who has saved money he earned...

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Can a Spider Be Fluffy?

An Early Science Story
By Audrey Sauble

Can a Spider Be Fluffy? An Early Science Story written and illustrated by Audrey Sauble features 15 spiders plus an eight-legged look-a-like that can be mistaken for a spider. The illustrations are much bigger than real life, so it’s easy to see the fine details....