The Ghost of Midnight Lake is one of those stories that just cannot be put down until finished; the story is exciting, with twists and turns in every chapter.
What makes a Sukkot to remember? Sukkah-Doodle-Doo! is both joyous and instructive—sure to get any reader in the sukkah mood.
Holi Colors is a humorous, gentle story about the classic Indian festival of Holi, told in the context of a modern-day family and their holiday preparations.
Told from the perspective of the imaginary friend, Imaginary invites readers to explore emotions that are hidden under the surface.
Brotherly Love: A Seemore the Seagull Tale shares the important message that finding a fulfilling purpose in life is always possible.
iracle Times Two is a sweet and memorable story that provides young readers a wonderful way to identify love and acceptance within a family.
A sweet book providing a cheerful dose of positivity, Yes, We Are Together! goes beyond the “traditional” family and encourages readers to honor all families.
Reminiscent of the classic film Ferngully, Willa of Dark Hollow is the gripping sequel to Willa of the Wood and a continuation of Beatty’s exploration.
Duck is a relatable and believable character, both vulnerable and strong at the same time, and readers will enjoy watching her grow as the story progresses.
Rajani LaRocca’s I’LL GO AND COME BACK is one of the sweetest, most heartwarming picture books there is on the topic of missing family.