Tag: kids

The Rabbit Ate My Homework

The Rabbit Ate My Homework

| June 23, 2018

Eleven year-old Drew Montgomery has not, does not, and will not ever want a stupid old rabbit. All they do is sit in their cages, eat carrots, and poop. Then his annoying little sister blackmails him into hiding a bunny in his closet. She knows what really happened to his “stolen” bike and she’s threatening […]

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Hedda Stein-Sun’s UnRemembered Islands

Hedda Stein-Sun’s UnRemembered Islands

| June 19, 2018

A Great Adventure book for 11 plus and YA-lit readers- a fast paced adventure of drawn daggers and Modern Day Viking Bakers! Join Hedda Stein-Sun, a young Viking, through amazing islands and challenges, to help restore some honour for her family. Her clan’s shame is so grave that even their family name is forbidden, banned […]

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The Undercover Brothers

The Undercover Brothers

| June 5, 2018

While hiking one day, Ollie Bowers discovers a discarded robot that has been rejected by the military. A strong friendship and some wild adventures soon follow. The young detective and his robot pal work together to catch the thieves responsible for a spate of robberies. The crime fighting duo save the day and impress the […]

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Queen of the Universe (In Love in the Limelight Book 2)

Queen of the Universe (In Love in the Limelight Book 2)

| May 12, 2018

Meet Arlen Black, the hero voted Best Book Boyfriend 2017…TV writer extraordinaire Lola Scott is about to lose her show because she still hasn’t cast the role of the dark, brooding bounty hunter. But then HE walks in … Arlen Black, and he’s perfect for the part. One problem. He’s not an actor there to […]

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Mortimer Mouse (Bargain Book $1.99)

Mortimer Mouse (Bargain Book $1.99)

| April 29, 2018

Mortimer’s life as a mouse is a mix of anticipation and then overwhelming fear. His days are spent underground in a burrow, waiting for dusk, when he must sneak about, gathering pine nuts to feed his growing family. His greatest fear is the eagles, that sometimes hunt over his forest at twilight. Mortimer has nightmares […]

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Pug with a Passport: A Kids’ Travel Guide

Pug with a Passport: A Kids’ Travel Guide

| April 2, 2018

Jump into this exciting kids’ travel guide series with Kipling, the Pug with a Passport! Ride along with Kip as he takes his first trip away from home. Learn with him as he discovers the many countries and cultures of the world. Explore with Kip as he takes his first airplane ride and makes new […]

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Change in the Wind (Barton Family Adventure Book 1)

Change in the Wind (Barton Family Adventure Book 1)

| March 22, 2018

Join Nat and Ruth Barton, who see everything in their life change overnight and are launched into the unknown. Little did they think that helping missionaries would turn into the adventure of a lifetime. While living aboard and sailing to tropical destinations, they encounter pirates, spies, witchdoctors, and experience things beyond their wildest imagination.In this, […]

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The Pillow Parade

The Pillow Parade

| March 19, 2018

For generations, sheep have had a proud history of jumping over fences to help children sleep. But when a little bunny tries to join this bedtime ritual, will the sheep be ready to welcome her into their group?  Join Olive on her adventure, as she sets out to change bedtime as we know it and, […]

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Potion of the Hound: Mystical Mishaps Series Book 1

Potion of the Hound: Mystical Mishaps Series Book 1

| March 16, 2018

Can a pantry really be haunted?   Does toad flu really make toads and frog appear when someone casts a spell? Can a botched batch of potions really uncover a secret?   Potion of the Hound is a Youth Paranormal Fantasy Fiction that is fun for all tweens and adults alike.   Follow the hilarity, […]

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We’ve Got Maggots

We’ve Got Maggots

| March 2, 2018

Fat ones. Thin ones. Crawling from the bin ones. We’ve got Maggots! Hilarious fun, but also very educational, this illustrated picture book follows the life cycle of that most irritating of insects, the common fly. It begins with the havoc caused by maggots, follows them as they disappear and pupate, and finally sees them emerge […]

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