This imaginative novel will appeal to young readers, ages 7-12, with an affinity for clever animals and world cultures.
Author: Luisa LaFleur
The stories in It’s Okay! provide neat illustrations of mindfulness concepts and give young readers concrete examples of how to manage their emotions in different scenarios.
In Muchokids: Galaxia and Her Quest to Save the Universe, readers are introduced to a young space girl named Galaxia. The opening book in this new space-themed series sets the stage for a galactic battle that is sure to intrigue readers young and old.
The characters in You Gotta Have Heart are so well developed that they will surely reel readers in to see what happens next.
In To the Sacred Valley with Koko,author Ayyappan R. Nair tells the story of two life-like monkey robots named Bolo and Koko that are to star in an upcoming, blockbuster film.
This fun chapter book will appeal to young readers with an affinity for cats. The story provides an imaginative look at the many new technology-based business ventures that are increasingly becoming more popular.
Full of fun and colorful illustrations, The Adventure of Smelly Sock is sure to delight young readers with a sense of humor.
In Visby the Virtuoso: The Classical Cruising Cat, author Liane Alitowski introduces readers to Visby, a black cat with a gift for piano playing.
Sure to delight fans of dystopian fiction, science fiction and horror, Monsterland Reanimated is a worthy second installment in the Monsterland series.
In Sara and the Pooka, author Russ Fugal introduces readers to young Sara, an intrepid adventurer on a mission. This first installment will leave young readers wanting to learn more of Sara and how she eventually finds her way home.