The third book in Mabbitt’s cheerfully spooky middle-grade Embassy of the Dead series, Destiny Calling invites readers to share one more adventure.
Set on an imaginary island where it is always summer, The Girl and Her Noble Steed is a fairy tale about courage, determination, friendship, and second chances.
Zodatia is a fantasy fable with a classic feel, perfect for readers who love to escape into an adventure and leave the real world behind.
A list of ten books that examine issues of identity and diversity to help you choose the right book for your child or classroom.
Is Stargirl a good book? Jerry Spinelli’s kid-friendly masterpiece is an absolute must-read for those who seek to imbibe the value of self-acceptance.
Diary of a Martian: Soul Soldiers is a solid follow-on for The Discovery, and readers will love seeing where this space adventure takes them next.
Math can be intimidating for many youngsters. What better way to introduce various concepts than with a storybook? Math Made Fun!
Hating Alison Ashley is an incredible piece of Australian fiction to anyone who appreciates a well-written and thought-provoking novel.
Pirate Mouse and the Sea of Peril is the exciting sequel to Pirate Mouse and the Lost Map and offers the same engaging mix of adventure and humor.
Poppy’s Favorite Friends Fiasco will surely capture the hearts of children and adults alike.