Trick or Treat Free For All!: A Halloween Kids Book by Marina J. Bowman, Dori Hillestad Butler, J.K. Campbell, Richard Clark, Eli Cranor, Connor Grayson, Deb Logan, Scott Peters, D.M. Potter, M.K. Radican: Ten tales of Halloween adventure for young readers! This collection of short stories will take you to spooky neighborhoods, back to ancient Egypt, and even inside a video game! Featuring trick-or-treat tales from award-winning authors and fresh new voices, this is a perfect Halloween treat for middle-grade readers ages seven to twelve!
Anna Banana – Anna Finds a New Home (Anna Banana Rhyming books Book 1) by Sigal Adler: There was a woman whose name was Anna, who lived all alone inside a banana. Her home was long and thin and tall, with not much room from wall to wall. It was crowded there and hard to rest, just half a closet to help her get dressed. Her only belongings a plant and a ball. No, there was no space inside there at all.
Luna Lucy and the Planets by Lisa Van Der Wielen: Luna Lucy and the Planets is a fun, educational tale about the planets in our Solar System. This beautifully illustrated book captures a child’s imagination and curiosity about astronomy in a charming bedtime story.
Today I Am Mad (Self-Regulation Skills Book 1) by Michael Gordon: Kids feel emotions in big ways! Here’s a great story for helping kids manage their feelings. *Help children learn to identify and regulate their emotions. *Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. * Behaving badly doesn’t make you bad. *Teaching your kids to deal with disappointment.
Today I had a Bad Day by Sarah Read: Not everything always goes the way we planned. This little book helps kids look on the bright side. *Helping kids cope when things don’t go their way. *Help kids deal with disappointment. *Frustration or anger don’t last forever. *Help kids learn to manage emotions and feelings. *Develop a positive attitude early in life.
Nobody Loves Mustard (Mustard Series Book 1) by Jeremy Ross: Poor Mustard just wants to find someone — ANYONE — who loves him, but nobody loves Mustard. And when Ketchup gets all the attention, Mustard has had enough! He packs his things and travels into the deep forest to meet with all the animals to ask life’s biggest question, “Who wants Mustard?”
Peek and Boo are Looking for You by David Radman: Meet Peek and Boo, two lovable characters who invite you into their home for some “not too scary” Halloween fun. But beware, there are many surprising things to see and do inside. If you are brave enough to stay and play, you might meet a lot of others here too. Peek and Boo will be looking for you to share all the fun of Halloween.
When I Am Worried by Michael Gordon: Sometimes the world seems scary — too scary. This is a comforting story for kids when their world becomes unsettled. *Great way to explain anxiety to preschoolers. *Learn why anxiety feels the way it does. *How to stop worries growing out of control. *Solutions that help children handle their feelings in healthier ways.
Game Spaced by Justin M. Stone: Pirates on a treasure hunt. An ancient weapon lost long ago. Two kids determined to save us all. Oh yeah, and space travel. Trish and Patrick never saw themselves as heroes. But when they go into a Cryo-Sim world on their space flight to train for their new lives on a colony far away, everything changes.
MON-STAA (Special Monsters Collection Book 2) by Diana Aleksandrova: Monster lived in the park. At night, he slept alone under a bush. During the day, he tried to get other creatures to play with him. Flap! Flap! The birds would fly away, scared of his matted coat. Meowooo! The cats would puff their tails and run at the sight of his dirty nails. Ruff! Ruff! The dogs would growl and bark at his yellow teeth.
Colorful Feelings by Ashley Hebenton: Colorful Feelings assists young children in understanding their feelings, moods, and emotions through beautiful illustrations, bright colors, and simple examples. It’s time to learn about your feelings.
Cats of the Pyramids (Book 1) by Paul Nelson: Two autistic, homeless kids embark on the journey of their lives. Guided by a race of alien cat people, they travel through portals to other planets, dimensions & time periods. They even travel back in time to have lunch with Jesus. They befriend a loving old robot named Robert and end up on a rescue mission to the moon. (Bk. 1 in upcoming series)
The Little Stone of Happiness by Jose Romero: The story is set in a busy city where everyone is busy getting on with their lives but not enjoying it and so are quite angry until a little stone reminds them of happier times and something changes.
Rise of the Draman by Alexander Elliott: An orphan boy’s dream didn’t include saving the kingdom. Now bound to a powerful dragon, Croft becomes the unlikeliest of heroes. Follow their adventures in the service of the crown, filled with intrigue, love, sorrow, and triumph! Their bond is only the beginning…
Clio and a Crown called Corona (Mindful Mantras 1) by Candice Eugene Williams: Clio and a Crown called Corona is a fun and simple book designed to explain this new situation to children in a non-threatening way. This children’s book appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including empathy, family love, kindness, persistence, and the importance of having a positive outlook.
Where Did All the Pumpkins Go? by Aaron Adams: What if all the pumpkins are gone in the evening of All Saints’ Day? And Oh no… the younger brother who disguised as a pumpkin disappeared too… Will little girl Emma save her brother and save Halloween?
Airshow by Mark A. Hewitt: Airshow! is the story of one youngster going to an airport for the very first time. He doesn’t know what to expect and his family helps him to understand what aircraft are and what they do. Mark and Nikki are military pilots and veterans of many airshows.
The Sun That Didn’t Shine by Kate Hallsen: A short, encouraging story to be who you were made to be! Not everyone approves of the sun and she gets depressed, hiding away from the world. Thankfully the moon uplifts the sun by telling her to be herself and SHINE, regardless of what others think.
Read-Aloud Stories with Fred Volume 1: Three Bedtime Stories in One Book by Fred Olds: Read-Aloud Stories with Fred, Vol. 1 has three delightful stories in one book. They’re the perfect read-aloud stories, formatted in the same way as Disney collections of 5-minute stories with illustrations sprinkled throughout the book. The stories are “Ben and the Terrible Red Card,” “The Hobbling Hermit,” and “Sammy and the Cross-Eyed Crow.”
I Love You Through Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall by Junia Wonders: Here is a children’s book that celebrates LOVE − the unconditional love that you have for your little one, and how that love continues to grow and expand through the seasons of your child’s life. With beautiful and endearing illustrations, this sweet little poem will gently reassure your little one of your unconditional love, now and forevermore.