The Lightning Thief is the first book from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. This novel follows Percy, a twelve-year-old boy with dyslexia and ADHD.
D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths is a masterful literary work that will instantaneously engage and captivate anyone with its richly detailed and vibrant illustrations.
The Tristan Strong trilogy is fast-paced, holding you gripped until the very last page of the final book in the series by Kwame Mbalia.
Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship & Freedom was honored with the American Indian Youth Literature Award for Best Picture Book in 2008.
A wonderful gift for your unicorn lover, Emma Robert’s The Secret Unicorn Club (and its hidden book!) will surely be treasured
A Child’s Introduction to Egyptology: The Mummies, Pyramids, Pharaohs, Gods, and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt is a fantastic, engaging introduction.
Cintia Alfonso Fior’s Moraline is a story about children’s voices and agency, and it speaks loudly about children’s rights and their power and responsibilities.
The Vaahana Tale is a humorous story based on traditional Hindu mythology and told in the style of an instructive animal fable.
This novel, City of the Plague God, is not only a gripping read but also a great introduction for readers to modern social issues.
I Am Hermes adapts a classic set of Greek myths to comic-book format, making skillful use of the humor, characterization, and action-packed momentum.