Anna Hibiscus is a little girl who lives in amazing Africa. In this Anna Hibiscus story, Anna and her family all go to the beach and are all too busy to splash with her in the water. The waves want to play with Anna, which make her laugh and laugh. Soon all of the family are together in the water. A fun and wet story about families at the beach for ages 4 and up.
Ry, a teenaged boy, encounters one comedic calamity after another when his train strands him in the middle of nowhere, and everything comes down to luck.
Oh no! Watch out! It's a tiger! Where is that big cat? This is a very lively read-aloud for all ages, but especially ages 3 and up.
Mr. Magee and his little dog Dee pack up the camper and go on the road. A trip to the forest up a hill with a beautiful view. All is quiet and peaceful until a bear wanders in who wants their marshmallows! A fun rhyming read-aloud for all ages.
In an alternative version of Victorian London, seventeen-year-old Dodger, a cunning and cheeky street urchin, unexpectedly rises in life when he saves a mysterious girl, meets Charles Dickens, and unintentionally puts a stop to the murders of Sweeney Todd.
When a boy moves into a new neighborhood he devises a way to meet new people and make new friends. Neville!? Where did he go? A fun read-aloud for ages 4 and up.
Nick Pearson, a teen in the Witness Protection Program, moves to a new town and finds himself trying to solve a murder mystery when his first friend is found dead.
15 year old foundling Jennifer Strange runs Kazam, an employment agency for magicians in the fading world of magic. When visions of the death of the world's last dragon begin all signs point to Jennifer and Big Magic! Also available is #2 The Song of the Quarkbeast.
Rhyme along to all of the wonderful things about the Fourth of July in Red, White and Boom! by Lee Wardlaw. From the parades in the morning to fireworks at night, all ages will enjoy the colorful scenes of the season.
Long Shadow is broad but rich in historical perspective, specifically in reference to the First World War shaping the 20th century. Informative, insightful, and certainly well worth looking through since August 2014 will mark the hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.