Archie the Goat and Skinny the Hen are trying to cross the moat. In rhyming style they conduct all manner of scientific experiments to help them to the other side of the moat. Sometimes the solution is easier that you think! A rousing readloud for grades K and up.
Mix together simple poetry, and beautiful close-up photographs of birds and you have one wonderful picture book that will make you want to soar in the sky like the birds.
One winter morning Kikko is taking a pie to her Grandmother's house walking on the path through the woods. Kikko follows someone into a strange, magnificent house that she has never noticed before and is invited for tea and pie. Perfect for afternoon story time with tea and pie for ages 4 and up.
Molly is a little mouse who loves going to the fair. She loves riding the rides with all of her friends. To show her friends how much she loves them she buys them all balloons and gets swept into the air before she can give them out. Will her friends come to her rescue? Recommended for ages 3 and up.
In this delightful picture book, Owl is just settling in for bed when he hears a noise. Until he finds out where the noise is coming from, he'll never be able to fall asleep! Children will have fun joining Owl on his humorous journey around the house to locate the source of the noise. This is the kind of story that makes a great read aloud for parent and child. You won't be disappointed! Recommended for grades Prek-2
One morning, Ruby and her dog Oscar are playing when Oscar gets the hiccups! Ruby tries everything she can think of to help him get rid of them. They dance, they jump, they slurp, and they munch, but nothing seems to work. You'll never guess how she finally makes them disappear! This is a lively picture book that begs to be read aloud. Recommended for PreS-Gr. 1
In this sequel to Reawakened by Colleen Houck, Lily, a high-school senior, continues her adventure and romance with Amon,an Egyptian mummy, who was reawakened in the first book in order to protect humanity. In the opening of this sequel, Anon has hidden himself in the netherworld and Lily must save him. In order to save him, she has to become a sphinx. In order to do this, she melds both mind and body with a lioness named Tia. She faces countless other trials throughout the journey, including wonderfully awful creatures such as giant grubs and wasp-esque reapers. The final battle with the demon Devourer is thrilling. Grades 9-12.
Seventeen-year-old Caitlin Singleberry is a proper Christian teenager and member of a family singing group, but today she has been given a truly impossible assignment–keep her cousin Heller Harrigan, Hollywood wild child, out of trouble for the last weekend before her first big movie debuts.
Sierra's family runs a Christmas tree farm in Oregon but travel for a month each year to California to sell them. It's not easy leaving Oregon every year, but this Christmas Sierra meets Caleb. Caleb has a dark past in which he made a terrible mistake and Sierra is determined to help him find forgiveness and, maybe even redemption. If you're looking for a little romance this Christmas this just might be the book for you. (Grades 7 and up, School Library Journal)
A Little dog who behaves very badly finds himself lost after running off, but luckily he has a little boy at home who finds him. This is a heartwarming story about a very naughty dog and the boy that loves him despite all the trouble he causes.