The Monster Book for Kids by Bernard Tate: Discover Monstrous and mythical Beings from Every Corner of the Earth Embark on an enthralling journey through the pages of The Monster Book For Kids. Dive into tales of 60 creatures that have captivated the imaginations of people across civilizations, from the eerie legends of North America to the fascinating folktales of the Far East.
I’m a Dragon Today by Sigal Adler: ****Happy Halloween**** One day the monster woke up and declared: “I’m a dragon; I hope you’re all scared!” Totally thrilled to be covered in spikes, a dragon can do whatever he likes.
Good Day or Bad Day – I Love You Anyway! by Sigal Adler: ♥ Good Day or Bad Day – I Love You Anyway! ♥ Mother monster woke up son monster. He was not having a good day already. Mom was on him to hurry up they had to leave. He made it to school on time. When he got home, son monster was not in a good mood. Did he finally calm down?
Unique Unicorn (Beginner Reading Books for Kids 1) by Danit Toledo Andersson: From Book 1: Once, I saw a painting on the wall, a pink horse with a horn, standing tall. I asked mom: “What’s that by the pretty bow”? Mom said, “A unicorn? I don’t really know”. I wanted one too, and asked if I might, get one for my room, and mom said “alright”. I sat down, elated, I drew, and I painted, I gave it to mom and waited. “That’s wonderful”, mom said with a smile.
I love Curry and I’m not Sorry by Erlin Kakkanad: This book tells the story of Rafa, who is always picked on during lunch because his ethnic food looks and smells different. Young Rafa loves Indian food and his favorite foods put him in the best mood. A book about being your authentic self. A beautiful story of kindness and respect for different cultural values and our uniqueness.
Hetty the Hedgehog and the Animal Snatchers by Cheryl Lee-White & Stephanie Jayne: When animal snatchers take her friends, Hetty is the only one left to save them. She may only be small but she is no ordinary hedgehog. Will all her training be enough to help rescue her friends? An animal adventure story for children 7-11 years old about friendship, courage, and not giving up.
Johnny Bey and the Mizzenglass World by Lesley Krueger: Johnny Bey is a kid who likes to fix things. Mostly he wants to fix his family after his brother, Brendan, goes missing. In this book for kids ten and up, Johnny enters a magic realm to try to bring his brother home. Playing a dangerous game, Johnny must confront an evil Shadow, trying to help a headstrong brother who refuses to play by the rules.
Share Your Unicorn Magic by Mila Paul: Hey there! Are you ready to join Sparkle and Glitter on their magical adventure? “Share Your Magic” is a beautifully illustrated book that’s perfect for unicorn fans aged between 3 to 5. It teaches valuable lessons about sharing, teamwork, and the power of friendship.
The Dinosaur Who Discovered Hamburgers 2: Cutting The Big Cheese by Adisan Books: Join Scout, the culinary genius of the dinosaur world, on a flavor-packed adventure! Washed ashore on a mysterious island, Scout discovers exotic cheese varieties that revolutionize the hamburger. A feast for the imagination, this tale combines adventure, suspense, and culinary delight in an irresistible blend that will leave you craving more.
The Brave Coin by A.K. Karos & Luis Peres: Sam is faced with a tough choice: a fiery dragon or tackling the first day of school. Could a wizard, a fire-breathing dragon, and a quest for a magic coin help him face his fears? By learning the legend of “The Brave Coin,” Sam discovers what it truly means to be brave and believe in himself.
The Focused Creature by Aleks Kashaev: The Focused Creature is a fun and colorful children’s story about Clara, The Focused Creature. In this story, Clara helps her brother to become more organized and complete tasks on time whether in school or at home. This is a great book for children ages 3-10 and contains additional activity and coloring pages.
The Adventures of Snow The Siamese Cat by Chariti Barton: Snow is not your ordinary house cat. Snow is a blue-eyed fearless Siamese cat that dreams of exploring outer space! Snow sets out to embark on an out-of-this-world adventure. With determination and courage, he encounters many challenges, and exciting experiences and makes a few friendships along the way. What’s out there in the unknown anyway?!
The Spicy Ghost by Vy Lien: Embark on a flavorful adventure with Blandon, the ghost who can’t resist a spicy bite. From late-night snacks to festival feasts, Blandon’s penchant for heat often leads to comedic misunderstandings. Join him, Koala, and a lively cast of characters as they navigate spicy mishaps and forge heartwarming bonds. A tale that promises laughs, lessons, and a whole lot of spice!
Where’s My Joey? (Where’s My?) by Wendy Winter: * GOODREADS CHOICE AWARD 2021 NOMINEE * Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Gold Winner * Book Excellence Award Gold Winner * Wishing Shelf Book Award Bronze Winner * Literary Titan Award Gold Winner Mamma Kangaroo cannot find her Joey! Will she find her baby kangaroo before dinner gets cold? Who will help Mamma Kangaroo on her Australian quest?
Becoming Beautiful You by Tarang Rawat: Join Alena and her friends on a magical adventure in “Becoming Beautiful You.” When a mysterious fairy grants their wishes to change their appearances, they embark on a journey of self-discovery & soon learn that true beauty comes from within. “Becoming Beautiful You”, is a delightful story of friendship, acceptance & the power of self-belief.
Nutcracker Dreams by Heidi Rauld: Nutcracker Dreams is a twist on the classic story The Nutcracker. Two sisters embark on a journey through magical lands of snow and sweets to get the perfect Christmas present for their Grandma Clara – her long lost nutcracker. Children will love the dreamy, yet realistic photo illustrations that transport them to fantastical worlds.
How to Cure a Yucky Yeti (Monster Manners Lab) by Brittany Plumeri & Oana Gheorghe: Whether you’re a parent seeking an engaging picture book for your picky eater or an early childhood educator in search of social-emotional books, How to Cure a Yucky Yeti is the perfect choice to introduce and reinforce these essential life skills in a fun and enjoyable way.
Olivia & the Gentleman from Outer Space by Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev: Accompanied by a time traveler boy named Galax, 12-year-old Olivia sets out on an adventure that will take them to the moon and across the wonders of space in their search for the Black Ruby, which will cure her Dad’s cancer. But the Black Priests also want the Ruby for nefarious reasons… and they’ll do anything to stop Olivia and Galax.
Sloth and Manatee: Ocean Adventure by Betsy Streeter: This book is for anyone and everyone who loves nature, and friendship, who seeks peace and a sense of interconnectedness, a little quiet place and a chance to wonder at our world and its endless forms of life. It’s a book you can read and re-read, to feel a little grounded and a little more hopeful. It inspires curiosity about the world around us.
Stinky Soup by Diana LeGere: Fernando is a frog living in a forest with many other animals. He is passionate about cooking and hopes to make friends by sharing his creative dishes. However, when he tries to offer his “tasty” egg, garlic, and cockroach soup to his neighbors, they are disgusted by the smell and refuse to try it. Fernando learns that the best way to make friends is to be yourself and let people do the same.
A Beautiful Story: Jesus & St. Nick by Sarah French & Robert Sauber: This beautifully illustrated bedtime story teaches children the story behind St. Nick and how he was a follower of Jesus too! Children will learn about the birth of Jesus, the importance of giving, and the reason for many of our holiday traditions.
The Cemetery Girl (Carter Twins Mysteries Book 3) by R.C. Lovett: Cece’s twin brother, Ryan goes away for a few days and everything seems to go wrong in her life. Cece is faced with a mysterious girl, stolen property and a big school competition with her arch-nemesis. Check out The Cemetery Girl and find out how the mystery unfolds.
Maddie Makes Money by Sonia Garrett: Maddie’s not your typical fifth-grader. With an electric skateboard, a stuntman dad, and a head full of crazy ideas, she often finds herself on the wrong side of Principal Richardson. Maddie Makes Money marks the return of this cheeky, fearsome heroine as she plans to stage the best school play ever… what could possibly go wrong?
Mission 1: All in a Day’s Work (Sophia of the Bright Red Sneakers) by Susan Stoderl: While investigating a Central Park Zookeeper’s disappearance, Super Sleuths Sophia MacGregor and Pedro Gonzalez uncover a plot by Russian poachers to abduct Jack the Polar Bear. Never have the stakes been higher. Instead of battling the snobs and bullies of the James Samuel Calder Academy, they now fleeing the Russian mob.
The Kids’ Book of Worries (The Kids’ Books of Social Emotional Learning Book 4) by Catherine Stephenson, Jenny Stephenson, & Hiruni Kariyawasam: Help your child achieve greater resilience and well-being by beginning to understand and manage worries. This book caters to children experiencing anxiety at any level, gently helping them to explore their emotions and learn practical techniques to help them manage their worries. Co-written by a child educational psychologist, it is ideal for use by parents/carers, teachers or other professionals.
ABC Hip Hop Rhymes: Rap Alphabet Kids Book by AL Tran: “ABC Hip Hop Rhymes: Rap Alphabet Kids Book” is a unique and engaging way to introduce your children to the wonders of the alphabet. Through the magic of hip-hop and rhythm, this book offers an exciting learning experience that will captivate young minds.
Immortal Warriors (Part 1) by Julian Rosado-Machain: MIDDLE-GRADE ANIMAL ACTION AND ADVENTURE! A young monkey must discover the secrets of the Immortal Warriors to save his city from Barganush the Ravager. Themes: Honor, Family, Tradition, and Tolerance.
Onward Oat (Growing Pains Of The Grains Book 2) by Vy Lien: Winner of the Children’s Book International Award Oat dreams of going to town. But his friends tell him that he’s not tough enough. One day, Oat plucks up all his courage and decides to explore the town alone. When his friends’ warnings start coming true, Oat learns valuable lessons on keeping an open mind.