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  • Children's

    The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks (Detective Mya Dove Book 1)

    When Mya Dove found mysteries to solve, they were too easy. Seeking a real challenge, she joined the top-secret Children’s Police Force. They offered her exciting cases with five-day deadlines. Mya couldn’t wait to start! Her first investigation is into Libby Smith, the new girl at school. Libby won’t speak, smile or play with anyone. That’s why the Children’s Police Force thinks she’s mean. But they can’t tell anyone that. Not without real proof. Finding proof is Mya’s job, but it won’t be easy. Libby isn’t just mean. She’s sneaky, too. When Mya questions her, Libby fake cries for sympathy. It works, so now she has a teacher on her side. Who will Libby trick next? Mya won’t wait to find out. She must prove Libby is mean and warn everyone. Can she stop Libby before it’s too late? Or will this mean girl take over the school? This book is an expanded and revised edition of the previously published book The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks. The book has been changed from a short story into a novel.
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    The Proud Potato: The Veggie Patch World

    A potato proudly prowls the vegetable patch he lives on, absorbed in his own self-appreciation. The other vegetables host a meeting to discuss his narcissistic tendencies and how it’s negatively affecting the friends around him. After he suffers from an accident, the other vegetables help him and he learns the true power of friendship and humbleness.
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    Jeff Madison and the Shimmers of Drakmere

    A magical fantasy adventure. What if there existed a dark kingdom forged on a web of evil spells, with a conniving king plotting to infiltrate the dreams of children all over the world? What if he and the wicked witch on his side could inject the sleep of every child with the most horrid of nightmares … And all they needed was one very particular boy?When Jeff’s brother Matt is captured and spirited away to the kingdom of Drakmere, Jeff knows he must save him. But who are the mysterious, cloaked strangers on Matt’s trail? And what do they mean when they say Matt is a dream catcher?Soon Jeff faces a choice: He can follow the strangers through the moonglow doorway into the perils of Drakmere or stay at home and risk the possibility of never seeing his brother alive again. And time is running out, because Jeff must make his choice before the last of the moonbeams passes and the doorway closes forever …
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    The Unadjusteds: The Unadjusteds Book 1

    GENETIC MODIFICATION HAS TAKEN OVER THE WORLD. A new class system now exists, dividing those who have enhancements and those who do not. Sixteen-year-old Silver Melody, a proud unadjusted, must navigate a world where 80% of the population has modified their DNA. Known as the altereds, those people possess enhancements like wings, tails, and increased strength or intelligence. Silver’s parents created the nanite pill used to deliver these genetic modifications for altruistic reasons, but are now forced to make combinations of terrifying power. When the president declares all unadjusteds must take a nanite, Silver has no choice but to flee the city with her father and some friends to prevent the extinction of the unadjusteds. With Silver’s mother in prison for treason, Silver’s father is the unadjusteds’ only hope at finding a cure. But when Silver’s father is captured by the president’s almost immortal army, hope of a cure is lost. Vicious hellhounds are on Silver’s trail, and her only chance to recover her father involves teaming up with a new group of unlikely friends before all humanity is lost. Praise for The Unadjusteds ★★★★★ “A pacy dystopia that romps along – speculative fiction at its most moreish! I love books exploring questions like this…what does playing god mean? And what’s it like when you’re the odd one out in the world? Perfect for 12+. Loved the mental health angle too, sensitively handled.” – Louie Stowell (Author). “I loved this book. Great characters and an absolutely brilliant concept! This will appeal to anyone who enjoyed The Hunger Games / Twilight. The writing was fantastic and the pace was perfect throughout – I was gripped from the first page. The characters were well drawn and I cannot wait to see what happens to them next! I could easily see this being picked up for a film option.” – Catherine Emmett (Author) “As soon as I read the synopsis for this book I was dying to know more. The concept really intrigued me – a world where the majority of the population have altered their DNA? It was such a fascinating idea. When I picked up the book I completely fell in love with this world and these characters, a unique and engaging tale, one that is perfect for fans of Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games and Emily Suvada’s This Mortal Coil.” – The Bibliophile Chronicles (Blogger) “Silver is her own person, and Central City is like no other place I’ve ever read. When you add the bits of fantasy and sci-fi you get a fabulous dystopia.” – My bookish Bliss (Blogger “I definitely got Hunger Games and Divergent vibes from this book… It brings a fresh new twist and still has the romance and action that we expect!” – @elliemaiblogs (Blogger) “The characters are excellent and imaginative!” – GoodReads reviewer “It gave me moments of shock and out-loud gasping.” – Amazon reviewer “The Unadjusteds was a well-written, intense and emotional story that kept my attention from start to finish.” – Book blogger “I devoured this book!” – Amazon reader. “I blinkin’ loved it!” – Amazon Reader.
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    Journey to Jumbalot

    A glowing doorway. A lost friend. Will one loyal pet turn out to be the hero of the hour? Alby the housecat has no desire for adventure. Rescued from the street by the kindly Professor Wizoom, he’s grateful to be safe and lazy. But when his master vanishes through a magical door, the scaredy cat summons what little courage he has and races in after him. Stuck in a strange land of mixed-together animals, Alby teams up with an irritating froguar to locate his missing owner. But when he’s mistaken for a spy, the lonely feline finds himself caught in a war between wolvaraptor pirates and noble tigeroon knights! Can the timid feline conquer his worries in time to save the day? Journey to Jumbalot is an award-winning, action-packed middle grade fantasy novel. If you like talking animals, daring deeds, and enchanted worlds, then you’ll love Ryan Wakefield’s illustrated quest. Buy Journey to Jumbalot to learn to be brave today!
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    Dog eat Doug Graphic Novel: The Tenth Comic Strip Collection (Dog eat Doug Graphic Novels Book 10)

    Dog eat Doug is the cartooning creation of Brian Anderson that follows Sophie, a chocolate Lab, and baby Doug. Perfect graphic novel for kids who love Dog Man and Captain Underpants. ★”If you like Calvin and Hobbes, then this is a must read. It is full of ridiculous references and subtle yet very effective humor. I LOVE dog eat Doug.” – Ethan ★”Love dogs, love kids, this is the comic strip and book for me. Yes there is an homage to Calvin & Hobbes and even Peanuts, but this strip has a charm all it’s own and I love it. Even named our dog Sophie.” – Kellie Russ ★”Page after page of laugh out loud fun. I’ve been reading about Doug and Sophie for a while and just love their adventures. This is a good read for all ages.” – Ruth Craig ★”It took a long time to find a comic that could replace Calvin and Hobbes for me.” – Peter Mol ★”Brian Anderson is a genius. I love his writing and his characters are ever endearing. My only gripe about this second collection of Sophie the Lab, baby Doug and their family is the book ends far too soon – I wish there were more! You can’t go wrong with Brian Anderson, his stories and art. Enjoy!” – Banzai In the spirit of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, or Calvin and Hobbes, Dog eat Doug is the cartooning creation of Brian Anderson that follows the daily adventures of Sophie, a cheese-loving chocolate Lab with a nose for the nuances of sarcasm and irony, and baby Doug, a healthy, happy newborn with no concept of jealousy and a limitless curiosity. Together, this dynamic duo adjusts to sharing the spotlight, the toys, and the affections of Mom and Dad, while exploring nature and its majesty, the couch and its cushions, and the cookie jar and its contents. Encourage reluctant readers with funny books for kids. Perfect graphic novels for kids 9-12.And if you enjoy this collection, you’ll find a link to download another free book of Dog eat Doug, stuffed with dog humor, cats, babies and other lovable animals.
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    Dalysian Hope

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    Dalysian Hope

    A young girl. An ancient war. Who will you trust? Sophie Evans never expected to have two strangers break into her apartment. When it happens the same night ancient monsters try to kill her, she knows these two have to be connected. Taken to a safe place by a group of people she didn’t even know existed, Sophie quickly learns her life isn’t what she thought it would be. Thrust into a world of lies, deceit, and ancient magic, Sophie needs to figure out who is her friend—and who wants her dead. An ancient war is raging and Sophie is the only one who can fight for the people, but is she willing to take the risk or will she cower and crumble under the pressure? The first installment of the Dalysia trilogy is the perfect mix for fans of Percy Jackson and the Hunger Games. Get lost in the magic today.
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    The LittleBig Detectives: Lorelai and Niami, the True Duo of Crime Solving

    A mystery chapter book to spark your child’s imagination, with enchanting illustrations. The perfect bedtime read for young minds passionate about detective stories!  Lorelai is a bright little girl who adores mysteries. Like all the other great detectives in the world, she has an equally dazzling assistant, Niami, the toy cat with a nose for fishy business. Together, they engage in a mission of vital importance: catching misbehaving toys in the act and teaching them a lesson. Stolen newspapers, broken eggs on the kitchen floor, riddles written on mirrors with toothpaste… you are in for a real treat! Follow each case yourself and try to determine who did it, enjoying the fun detective work. The two detectives are ready to change the world, and they are eager for you to join them in their adventures!  Why is this book perfect for young readers? ① Wonderful mix of adventure and mystery to keep a young reader engaged  ② Stimulates the child’s imagination, encouraging critical thinking and reasoning ③ Each story has a moral/lesson to learn and discuss upon (difference between right and wrong) ④ Develop vocabulary and step up to the next reading level (useful glossary at the end)
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    Summer of the Woods (The Virginia Mysteries Book 1)

    Do you remember your first real adventure? When summer was filled with magic and anything seemed possible? “Magic Tree House meets The Hardy Boys…A perfect summer reading adventure!” When young brothers Derek and Sam move with their family to Virginia, they have no idea what adventures the summer will bring. As they explore their creaky old house and the deep surrounding woods, they uncover a sixty-year-old mystery of a valuable coin collection stolen from the local museum. Join the boys as they spend their summer running from danger and searching the woods, secret caves, rushing waters, and hidden passageways for treasure and the rare 1877 Indian Head cent coin! Summer of the Woods is the first book in The Virginia Mysteries series. If you enjoy mystery and adventure like the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Magic Tree House, or National Treasure, you’ll love author Steven K. Smith’s exciting middle-grade series. The stories are modern-day fictional mysteries with twists of real locations and events from Virginia history. These fast-paced books are popular with both boys and girls ages 7-12, appealing to even reluctant readers! The Virginia Mysteries – Adventures with a twist of historyBook 1 – Summer of the WoodsBook 2 – Mystery on Church HillBook 3 – Ghosts of Belle IsleBook 4 – Secret of the StaircaseBook 5 – Midnight at the MansionBook 6 – Shadows at JamestownBook 7 – Spies at Mount VernonBook 8 – Escape from MonticelloBook 9 – Pictures at the Protest Also by Steven K. SmithBrother WarsBrother Wars: Cabin ElevenBrother Wars: The Big Apple Final Kingdom Trilogy (Ages 10+)The MissingThe RecruitThe Bridge “As if by magic, Mr. Smith presents the perfect combination of nostalgia and modern day. This exemplifies the summers I remember. Freely roaming all around, turning over rocks in creeks, exploring woods and caves while our imaginations provided limitless adventures. Kids being kids.” – Reader of Summer of the Woods “My 7 year old loved this! While there is a place for the “silly” books targeted for little boys nowadays, it’s refreshing to find a story reminiscent of the Hardy Boys, yet updated for this generation” – Reader of Summer of the Woods “My nine year old, reluctant reader fell in love with the story. The mystery and adventure drew her in right away…a perfect read aloud for my seven year olds. This fast paced, wholesome adventure story will leave you wanting to take a hike with your kids!” – Reader of Summer of the Woods
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    Premium Sketchbook for Drawing: (50 Mermaid Stencil Outlines) Drawing Exercises For (Artists) (Sketchbook Collection)

    Keeping a Sketchbook is uplifting. Get inspired but If you do not have the time to actually paint, it is easier to open your sketchbook and start playing with images, texts, and collage…Sketchbooks are not only a great way to store and collect ideas, but it’s also as a kind of diary from your imagination. SKETCHING BENEFITS: Save’s time in the workflow process. Great for brainstorming ideas and collaborating with team members. Use for stress relief. Use for the first step in your design process Anyone can sketch ideas. anthropology, drawing, ethnography, methodology, visual anthropology, graphics, imagery Premium Sketchbook for Drawing 50 Mermaid Stencil Outlines Drawing Exercises For (Artists)
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    Premium Sketchbook for Drawing: (50 Cat Stencil Outlines) Drawing Exercises For (Artists) (Sketchbook Collection)

    Keeping a Sketchbook is uplifting. Get inspired but If you do not have the time to actually paint, it is easier to open your sketchbook and start playing with images, texts, and collage…Sketchbooks are not only a great way to store and collect ideas, but it’s also as a kind of diary from your imagination. SKETCHING BENEFITS: Save’s time in the workflow process. Great for brainstorming ideas and collaborating with team members. Use for stress relief. Use for the first step in your design process Anyone can sketch ideas. anthropology, drawing, ethnography, methodology, visual anthropology, graphics, imagery Premium Sketchbook for Drawing 50 Cat Stencil Outlines Drawing Exercises For (Artists)
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    Before the Legend

    “…On the day when Artemis cries, then the ashes come falling down.” Prince Troy of Aegea dreams his parents are killed and wants to keep believing their island’s legendary nursery rhymes’ last line–that everyone is happy and safe. But his family is not. His parents are fighting over him and the too-real dream scared him. He needs answers to questions the dream unleashed but a powerful quake rocks the island. He and his brothers are separated from their parents forcing Troy to trade nursery rhymes for a race against time to save their parents before his worse nightmare becomes a reality. Along the way, he learns lessons on love, honesty, and loss but will it be enough to save them before it is too late?
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    Jess Be Yourself: Jess In Time: Book One

    Jess’s life begins to unravel on her thirteenth birthday. First, she learns of her parents’ separation. Then she’s forced to spend the rest of the summer living in her grandparents’ camper trailer by the lake. When she finally gets to come home for the first day of school, she discovers that her friends have abandoned her and nothing she remembers seems to be true anymore. Everyone keeps calling her Jessica when they know she goes by Jess! Does she have amnesia, or is everyone at school in on some elaborate joke? The truth is crazier and scarier than she could have ever imagined. Please note: This book was previously published under the title Jessica’s Story. Significant changes have been made to the last two chapters.
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    Moon & Shadow: A tale of Liamec (Tales of Liamec Book 1)

    Standing on a cow pasture fence, Sebastian reaches up and pulls the moon down from the sky. So begins an adventure that includes battles with monsters, an epic journey, and, ultimately, a confrontation with a channeler of nightmares. Unsure what’s happening to him, Sebastian has to fight to save his small medieval village and the woman he loves from destruction. With his fellow villager’s support, and Luna the lunar spirit’s guidance, Sebastian journeys to the source of the creatures that embody the worst of our dreams. Where are the nightmares coming from? Who is attacking a simple farming village, and why? And, once he reaches and confronts the source, how will Sebastian, the Knight of Moon and Shadow, overcome it? “Moon & Shadow is brilliant.” The Faerie Review
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    Sneaky Snoop (Camp Pelican Book 3)

    Calista brings her snooping to camp…Nine-year-old Calista is curious about everything and everyone. She often sneaks into her older sister Hailey’s room to read Hailey’s diary and borrow her belongings without asking. When Calista brings this bad habit to Camp Pelican, her counselor and cabinmates catch her snooping and are furious with her. After someone steals the camp’s mascot, Percival Pelican, Calista’s counselor suspects she’s the guilty one. According to camp legend, the last time Percival vanished, bad luck plagued the camp. A blood-red moon hovers over Lake Pelican, and people start getting hurt, so Calista must act fast. If she can turn from snooping to investigating and catch the pelican thief, she just might clear her name and redeem herself.
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