How Santa Met the ELFs* is a clever and funny tale with a thoroughly modern take on a classic story.
If galactic adventures, graphic novels, and oddball storylines are your thing, be prepared to laugh your way through the Boring Galaxy with this new children’s book character that is like no other.
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Jonathan Roth, author-illustrator of Beep and Bob, explains why we take our characters to the limits of their endurance: so they can find a way to face their fears and grow.
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.
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.
Bryson Reaume discusses The Day I Went to Space, a picture book about a young boy that embarks on a fantastic adventure at bedtime.
The Day I Went to Space is a perfect story to read aloud to even the youngest readers and the quirky illustrations will surely spark imaginative conversations about outer space, aliens and all manner of things.
In Audrey’s Magic Nine, author Michelle Wright has crafted a story about a talented little girl who uses her imagination and courage to find ways out of precarious situations.
This is Katy Duffield showing off her latest picture book, Aliens Get the Sniffles, Too!