Children’s Books

December 10, 2018

The Five Unnecessaries

"The Five Unnecessaries: Book 1 of the 27th Protector Series" by Laura Campbell

| Website | In a world where any baby must be genetically designed in a lab, pregnant women or children with any defects are enemies of the state. Their only hope is to be rescued by a Protector...only Aislyn never thought she would be chosen to save them. She is threat to the system, she thinks her trainer has a secret, and the first person who should have killed her... let her go. 

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November 23, 2018

Jungle Friends

"Jungle Friends: 5-minutes Stories About Friendship, Kindness and Sharing" by Laure K. Fossi

| Website | YouTube | Jungle Friends: 5-Minute Stories about Friendship, Kindness and Sharing is a collection of 5 books of short stories that young children will love. Perfect for bedtime reading, it will instill many important values in your child and inspire them to emulate Eli and his friends. In this book, you will not only read about the fun, laughter and games of Eli and friends, but you will also learn about the importance of sharing and the value of being kind and loyal to your friends. In this delightful children's book, Eli finds that the jungle is full of new and fun friends to play games with and enjoy one another’s company. He soon learns that each animal is different in their own way but have their own characteristics too.

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November 2, 2018

Homerun, Homerun, Baseball Star

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"Homerun, Homerun, Baseball Star" by  Brian Johnson

This children’s book transforms traditional nursery rhymes into clever sports nursery rhymes with fun illustrations for the entire family to enjoy. You will discover “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” as “Homerun, Homerun, Baseball Star”, “Mary Had A Little Lamb” as “Mary Kicked The Soccer Ball”, “I’m A Little Teapot" as “I’m A Little Hockey Puck” and many more. Homerun, Homerun, Baseball Star (Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star) Homerun, homerun, baseball star, you hit the ball oh so far. Over the moon in the sky, watch that little baseball fly. Homerun, homerun baseball star, you hit the ball oh so far! This book contains over a dozen sports nursery rhymes which cover 10 different sports. Each sports rhyme has the same number of syllables as the original rhyme so they flow naturally as you read them. You can enjoy these rhymes all day long and before bedtime.

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October 18, 2018

THE MOONBEAM RIDER

"THE MOONBEAM RIDER" by Carlton Holder

| Website | Occupation began when the first mothership appeared in the sky. Now they are taking over, one continent at a time. Collaborators, human traitors, are plentiful. Welcome to the resistance.  Noa Ash, a lonely teenage girl making entries into her personal journal, takes us on an astounding adventure. After she is orphaned during an alien attack, Noa is sent to live with a stern grandmother she has never known on Shadow - a once sunny beach that was warped into a hellish place of fog and darkness by a meteorite shower. There Noa finds an old surfboard and begins riding the beach’s cruel waves. As she learns to surf, Noa goes through a transformation of body and soul that turns her from a helpless nobody into a true heroine.  But fate has an even stranger destiny in mind for Noa when she discovers an underwater cavern where an archaic robot lay rusting. Only the robot is not a robot. It is a vessel. To resurrect it - the only weapon on Earth Noa believes can stop the alien occupation - she will have to transfer her life force - her soul - into the battered metal hull to pilot it. Aiding Noa in her mission is a strange boy from another time. A boy who Noa finds herself inexplicably drawn to.  "THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK" meets "WAR OF THE WORLDS."

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