Children's Literature

Snowlands: A Blood Moon by Morr Meroz

Title: Snowlands: A Blood Moon (Book One)Author: Morr MerozPublisher: The Snowlands CompanyGenre: Graphic Novels, Fantasy AdventureFirst Publication: 2021Language: 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.

Fire and Water by Anagha Ratish (Celestia Chronicles #1)

Title: Fire and WaterSeries: Celestia Chronicles Book #1Author: Anagha RatishPublisher: Notion PressGenre: Fantasy, AdventureFirst Publication: 2021Language: 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 SunAuthor: K. HopperPublisher: Independently publishedGenre: Picture Books, Children's Literature, PhilosophyFirst Publication: 2020Language: English  Book Summary: The Lady Who Came From...
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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.

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.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

The story of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time begins by Christopher chronicling his investigation of who killed his neighbor's dog. But, a huge discovery along the way causes for Christopher to investigate something more scandalous.
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Book Review: Lucky Costasaurus and the Golden-Winged Vultures

Title: Lucky Costasaurus and the Golden-Winged VulturesAuthor: Nomita KhannaPublisher: Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP)Genre: Fantasy. Pre-teen fictionFirst Publication: January 2019Language: EnglishSetting place(s): The story takes place in...

Book Review: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

From start to finish, each character has a role to play in keeping the pace of the story going. Stella’s recollection of her time at the circus and stories of yore leave you speechless.

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