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OUR FIRST DANCE

Rating: 3
A father explains his “daddyhood journey” with the use of colorful doodles.
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THEO AND A HORSE NAMED ROCKET

Rating: 2.5
A young boy must find his way back to happiness after a double tragedy.
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CHRIS KRINGLE'S COPS

Rating: 3
A young girl, grieving the loss of her mother, must take over her mother's old job – as a cop in the service of Santa Claus himself.
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IF OUR WORLD WAS WHITE

Rating: 3
"IF OUR WORLD WAS WHITE" explains what would happen if colors were lost to the world.
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A kid’s guide to healthy and holistic eating in: IF IT DOES NOT GROW SAY NO

Rating: 5
IF IT DOES NOT GROW SAY NO: Eatable Activities for Kids by Kerry Alison Wekelo is an activity book for kids that teaches a holistic approach to healthy eating.
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A young boy becomes a hero when his hometown gets overtaken by grotesque creatures in: MONSTER ZOMBIES ARE COMING FOR JOHNNY

Rating: 3
Upon discovering that monster zombies are suddenly populating their school, a young boy named Johnny and his best friend, Alex, have an incredibly eventful day and in the process of getting to the bottom of the case, must try to make it out alive.
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Whisker and the Pie Rats compete against other animal pirate crews for a coveted prize in: THE TROPHY OF CHAMPIONS

Rating: 5
The Pie Rat crew of the Apple Pie, Whisker, Ruby Rat, Fish Eye Fred, Pencil Leg Pete, Hook Hand Horace, and Captain Black Rat compete in a grueling tournament for the 25th Pirate Cup in this fun adventure for middle grade readers.
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Human and animal kingdoms interact in: THE KINGDOM OF THE SUN AND THE MOON

Rating: 5
Nesbit, an outspoken mouse, is banished to the Forest of Lost Life because he says that the König, king of Kingdom of the Double-headed Eagle, is stupid for demanding more Essen (food) from the famished colonies.
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A Feline Finds A Way to Catch A Criminal in: INSPECTOR DEWEY

Rating: 4.5
“Inspector” Dewey is a clever cat. In this sweet children’s story, he reveals how he solved the crime that gained him the title “Hero of Hampshire.”
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A girl’s discovery of bees inspires respect for nature in: BEES IN LORETTA’S BONNET

Rating: 4
Upon discovering a nest of woodcutter bees in the winter woodpile, Loretta loses her bonnet to a gust of wind, but spring brings the promise of pollinated plants—and a surprise in a found bonnet.
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A girl’s trek to a festival becomes a journey to self discovery in: NOTHANDO’S JOURNEY

Rating: 4.5
A young girl in Swaziland, as her journey to a very important festival turns into one of self-discovery in this beautifully illustrated and dynamic children’s story.
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Two children solve mysterious legends and suspicious characters: MARTIN MCMILLAN AND THE SACRED STONES

Rating: 4.5
Skateboarding duo Martin McMillan and his best friend Isabel, children of archeologists and historians who travel the world.
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Empowering sage advice as to living our lives and treating others well in: D IS FOR DUDLEY & OTHER NATURE TALES

Rating: 3
D IS FOR DUDLEY & OTHER NATURE TALES is an entertaining children’s short story collection about animals that share their lessons on life.
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A hound at Hotel Del Coronado shares history with a little girl in: OZ, DOG OF THE DEL

Rating: 3
A dachshund who lives at the Hotel Del Coronado escorts a little girl named Izzy around the island, introducing her to famous people and events.
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Cooperation and friendship are the key to a safe return in BENJAMIN BIRDIE’S FIRST FLIGHT

Rating: 4.5
An impatient little bird is determined to get the early worm leaves its nest too early in this charming children’s story about cooperation.
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It’s a pirate’s life in: CAPTAIN NO-BEARD

Rating: 4.5
In this delightful journey, Captain No Beard takes children to the world of pirates and reveals the possibilities of imagination.
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Experiences in an alternate universe create a wake up call in an average student's life in: KING OF AVERAGE

Rating: 5
While on a quest to be a mediocre king in a parallel universe, an underachieving preteen discovers that there's more to life than being average.
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Magic, mystery and a dangerous quest in THE QUEEN'S SCEPTRE

Rating: 4
A nine-year-old boy, his best friend Gloria, and his oddball father, the magician Ethan-il-Fabuloso, find a mysterious artifact – and then must figure out how to get it back where it belongs.
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A young boy practices and learns baseball in: MAGIC BAT DAY

Rating: 4
Colorful pictures, a talking baseball, and interactive questions make fun teaching tools for introducing the sport to novice players.
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Aphabetical items and good manners in: Sharky Marky and The Scavenger Hunt (An Alphabetic Adventure)

Rating: 3
Sharky Marky is off on a scavenger hunt in this light children’s rhyming story that demonstrates good behavior.