In The Bear, The Bull and the Child of Light – A Prehistoric Novel readers are transported into the very early years of the region that would now be considered Turkey.
Author: Leah Sylvan
In Davy’s Pirate Ship Adventure, young readers and their grown ups will love joining Davy on his pirate ship adventure, especially if rhyming books are typically a favorite.
Victor will delight young readers that enjoy stories about horses, moving to a new home, and figuring out how to pursue a goal. Older readers will appreciate reading about how a strong girl and the love of a horse can be an inspiration.
The Hideout Kids series by Mike Gleason kicks off with a whip and a neigh with the first book, Tuff, Sadie, & The Wild West.
Steve Underwood’s The Borrowed Princess, the first in The Daughters of the Lost King series, presents a strong story of adventure, relationships, and royal family alliance-building.
The book is a gripping read that will attract older teens who are able to contextualize the detailed descriptions of violence, adult topics and language, and small-town conflict that was indicative of the era
A Star Full of Sky is a delightful book of 25 short poems that will light up the imaginations of young readers and their adults.
Great Moves: Learning Chess Through History is an active book that offers both a historical and instructional journey of chess through time that will please both the chess amateur and master.
Sarah’s Shadow is a poignant story about a young girl who learns to be careful when making a wish, because it might not actually be what is desired.
Lex is a thought-provoking tale for young readers that involves adventure, introspection, and an underlying theme of figuring out what it means to be free.