Children's Literature

Pentias – Master of the Elemental Jewels by Karthika Sanjeev

Title: Pentias - Master of the Elemental Jewels Author: Karthika Sanjeev Publisher: Clever Fox Publishing Genre: Children's Adventure, Fantasy First Publication: 2022 Language: English   Book Summary: Pentias - Master of the...

American Stonehenge by Mike Goldstein

When it came to the plot though, Mike Goldstein seems a master story teller. American Stonehenge is an adventure in its kind; rare and special. The writing in this novel composed a pure and honest orchestra of notes and tones clearly woven together into an intricate and tight plot, reflecting a flawed world and characters stripped of pretence, leaving them raw and savage before a chaotic and uncertain future.

Snowlands: A Blood Moon by Morr Meroz

Title: Snowlands: A Blood Moon (Book One) Author: Morr Meroz Publisher: The Snowlands Company Genre: Graphic Novels, Fantasy Adventure First Publication: 2021 Language: English   Book Summary: Snowlands - A Blood Moon by...

Leah Goes to Washington by Leah Roddenberry

By showing how to get involved in politics, more community service, and set quality goals, Leah Goes to Washington aims to develop civic engagement in elementary school students.
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Fire and Water by Anagha Ratish (Celestia Chronicles #1)

Title: Fire and Water Series: Celestia Chronicles Book #1 Author: Anagha Ratish Publisher: Notion Press Genre: Fantasy, Adventure First Publication: 2021 Language: English   Book Summary: Fire and Water by Anagha Ratish The world was...

The Lady Who Came From The Sun by K. Hopper

Title: The Lady Who Came From The Sun Author: K. Hopper Publisher: Independently published Genre: Picture Books, Children's Literature, Philosophy First Publication: 2020 Language: English   Book Summary: The Lady Who Came From...

Book Review: Wishtree by Katherine Applegate

A giant wishtree named Red guides us through this sweet story. Every year in May, people come from all over to whisper and tie their wishes, hopes, and dreams to Red’s limbs.

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry is about a ten-year-old girl living in Copenhagen, Denmark during the Nazi invasion. Young Annemarie Johansen’s life is drastically altered, between her disappearing neighbors, rations on food and Nazi soldiers on every corner.
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Book Review: The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

The War That Saved My Life is set during WWII and opens up in the Summer of 1939. Ada is ten years old, and has never left her apartment except for one time. The one time she ventured outside she was beaten so badly by her mother.

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