Shark Man by Michael Feng: Please leave a review if your kids enjoy the book! Long ago, Alex was cursed by a witch. Every night, he transforms into a shark. He tries to keep it a secret and go on with his normal life. However, his appetite and habits are changing, making him not very popular. Will Alex’s secret be discovered after years of hiding it?
Words for Turds by Calamari Tales: Want to give your kids a dictionary that they’ll read cover to cover, giggling the whole time? A book for kids who love toilet humor! This book contains page after page of gross words and feculent facts, guaranteed to make kids squirm with grossed-out glee and moms to roll their eyes.
The Flying Tree – L’Albero Volante (Kids Learn Italian 5) by Ingo Blum: A story about the importance of home and the place we love the most. On a hill, there stood a tree. He felt lonely and bored and wanted to break free. “I wish I could fly up in the sky and see the world from above — from this place, I want to flee.” But is it really better elsewhere? For kids 2+ learning English or Italian as a second language.
Chipper Makes Merry by Kimber Fox Morgan & Kim Sponaugle: Chipper the Arctic Fox is on a quest to spread cheer to his weary friends. Will his Merry Making be a success or will disaster ruin his plans? A holiday and winter-themed book about friendship, kindness, and perseverance. Perfect with a cup of cocoa and a snuggle!
Dizzy Lizzie by Kat E. Erikson: Born the littlest kitten in a big litter, in a wee den, with cobwebs in the corner and dirt underfoot, Dizzie Lizzie has it tough from the get-go. But this feisty kitten won’t give up until she gets what she needs, whether it’s mama’s milk or a home with her sister. “No matter how teeny-tiny I am, no matter how weebly-wobbly I am, I’ll find a way!”
Petunia the Unicorn’s Dazzling Christmas Debut (Petunia the Unicorn Book 1) by R.L. Ullman & Yusup Mediyan: Follow the charming adventures of Petunia — a little unicorn making her way in the human world! Petunia is excited to live in the big city but nervous about being the only unicorn in her new school. Petunia learns her class is putting on a holiday play and she has a starring role. But when everything goes wrong, can Petunia’s unique talents save the day?
Ci Pwff The Samoyed Wonders: Where Does My Hair Go? (Ci Pwff The Samoyed Book 1) by Skye Linden: Where can floating, poofy hair go? Ci Pwff is sure it goes everywhere, from the backyard to outer space and everywhere in-between. Follow the hilarious whimsical journey of his dog fur as it travels to the depths of the ocean with mermaids and hugs hippos in Africa! No one is safe from the floating fur. Fun facts about the book topics are included.
Sea of Love (Childrens Books Book 1) by Sigal Adler: Just off by the sea in a small shabby shack, lived Sarah’s whole family, a big crowded pack, two parents, three brothers, and three sisters, too; With less room inside as all the kids grew. In that little shack down facing the sea, three little bedrooms were all there could be, her father worked hard as a fisherman bold, but sometimes he couldn’t find fish to be sold.
Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff (Cami Kangaroo and Wyatt Too Book 2) by Stacy C. Bauer & Rebecca Sinclair: Is there such a thing as too much stuff? Cami Kangaroo doesn’t think so! Cami loves stuff! Rocks, shells, feathers, toys… she loves it all. Stuff is great for collecting, sorting and building. There’s only one problem: her room is so filled with stuff it’s nearly impossible to find anything! Stuff-lovers of all ages find this book funny and relatable.
A Gift for Santa by Zuzana Svobodova: This story is based on true events in my home. When my son was a little boy, he asked me, “What are we going to give Santa for Christmas?” He asked me this question as if it was the most natural thing in the world. This book teaches us gratitude and being thankful to those who have been doing so much for our happiness all their lives.
Papa Can Fix It!: The Value of Skillfulness, Accomplishment, and Self-Reliance by Pamela Tomlin & Tamara Piper: Celebrate the holidays! Celebrate Christmas! Celebrate family and traditions! Enter the world of Emma and her friends as she visits her grandparents during the holiday. Feel the cold powdery snow. Smell the warm delicious sugar cookies. Experience the wonder and magic with this festive holiday story that is sure to become a holiday favorite. Happy Holidays!
The Adventures of Reginald Stinkbottom by Sophia J. Ferguson: Reginald Stinkbottom’s love of baked beans leads to a wind problem which threatens to ruin his life. Abandoned by his loved ones, poor Reggie faces a lonely future until, one day, a trip to the shop – and a very loud POP! – opens the door to a wonderful new world.
I Don’t Want To Sleep by Sigal Adler: At night when most kids were dozing so deep, Michael could never quite manage to sleep. His mother would read him one book, or two, his father would sing ‘till his face turned blue. All day Michael ran and played and kicked the ball, but then he’d just shrug: “I’m not tired at all.”
Fly, Little Bird (Kids Learn Portuguese Book 2) by Ingo Blum: A little bird is afraid of heights. The other birds laugh at him and leave him alone. No bird is afraid of heights! Are they wrong? A book about respect and self-esteem for all kids ages 3+ learning English or Portuguese as a second language.
Pet-Friendly Francie Scores a Pooch by Kat E. Erikson & Mariel Garcia: No matter how many times 8-year old Francie Waggit pretends that her dad is a type of PET (since he’s a Physical Education Teacher), he just can’t fill the shoes – or paws – of a real furry friend. So when a lovable stray dog named Scrimmy literally leaps into Francie’s life at a 49ers football game right before Christmas, her dad finally agrees to let Francie try out her first pet.
Bradley and the Dinosaur (Bradley’s Magic Adventures Book 1) by Julian Hilton: Racing into the garden to pick flowers for the table, what adventure awaits Bradley when he meets a dinosaur and discovers Dinoland? Will he make it back for dinner? This enchanting picture book is perfect for young dinosaur fans and for those who love rhyming stories in the style of Dr. Seuss or Julia Donaldson.
Trudy Matoody and Grandma Ray: What is Alzheimer’s? by Marcia Ashford & Sergio Drumond: New Release! Trudy Matoody and Grandma Ray is a gentle teaching tool for those learning to live alongside this condition, created with compassion by the daughter of an Alzheimer’s patient. Sergio Drumond’s illustrations beautifully capture the essence of a loving, multi-generational family going through difficult changes. Made with so much love!
Fableman (Fableman Book 1) by Brad Carsten: Charlie wants to know more about Dalia, the mysterious girl living in the haunted manor on the edge of town — but he soon finds himself entangled in her magical trials. Facing ancient monsters and powerful forces, can they learn to work together to survive?
The Holiday Wishing Well by Neci Perkins: Living in Harlem, Christmas time was the most exciting time of the year for young Carter. Carter was looking forward to singing Christmas carols and having snowball fights with his friends. However, there was one thing that Carter needed to make this Christmas an extraordinary one, and he knew just where to go. The Magic Wishing Well.
Bedtime Stories For Kids by Misty Green: Help your kids fall asleep faster at night and allow them to use their imagination. The stories are full of laughter and fun, which will help children fall asleep and drift into their dreams. Each story is structured to ensure it provides humor, and surprises, while at the same time delivering valuable life lessons.
You are Never Alone (Hearting with Herman Book 1) by Kerry Keegan: The first book in the series features Sasha, a young girl, who meets Herman the whale and embarks on a fanciful journey across land and sea meeting characters like mermaids and Mother Earth who gives her a special gift. The book provides messages and themes of: you are never alone, you have the power to change the world, and we are all one.
Where Is My Little Unicorn? (Bilingual Children’s Picture Book) by Ingo Blum: This bilingual children’s story is about Lily the unicorn. She is missing. The search for her in different places is a delightful read-aloud. Is she running over a rainbow? Is she talking to a fairy? Maybe she is just sleeping on a cloud. Let’s find out! A bilingual seek-and-find story for kids learning French or German as a second language.
Princesses Don’t Have Sticky Hair by Angela Castillo & Cher Jiang: Do princesses have sticky hair? Maybe, if they accidentally walk through a spider web! Enter a world of fairies, unicorns, dragons, and mermaids in this fun bedtime story that will leave you guessing on every page.
Where Does Santa Go on Vacation? by Kim Ann & Nejla Shojaie: Santa and Mrs. Claus are ready for their own vacation. After a busy holiday season all around the world, Santa can’t wait to spend time with Mrs. Claus and have some fun. But with the whole planet at their fingertips, where will they go and what will they do?
Hide and Seek (Under the Couch Book 1) by Susan Lintonsmith: The first in a series of books about two brothers who discover their couch has mysterious powers. Everything in their lives has changed: new house, new neighborhood, new nanny, and no friends. While previously Spencer thought his younger brother was a pain, through their exciting adventures under the couch, Justin’s view of the world gives Spencer a new appreciation of his little brother.