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Riding The Cursed Shoots

By Wendy D. Walter

Rating:  star star star star star 

Being a tween girl is confusing enough without being saddled with an ancient Ashera and medallion, the Ledrith Glain, that attract demons and practitioners of magic.

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Molly And Babou

By James Mahoney and Marie-Paule Mahoney

Rating:  star star star star star 

A runt puppy with disabilities and a black bear losing his forest home develop a long-lasting friendship.

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The Adventures of Horace, George and Ingle

By H.W. Cumming

Rating:  star star star star star 

Horace, George and Ingle are three brothers poised on the edge of adulthood. They are also princes. When a storm causes some unusual damage, the brothers – along with another young prince named Roland – must investigate this potential threat to the kingdom.

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The North Pole Challenge

By Kevin George

Rating:  star star star star star 

An awkward young man soon discovers he has the carpentry skills of an elf and starts work at the North Pole, where he encounters chilly office politics and many humorous adventures.

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Princess Lizzie and the Time Travelling Magic Cloak

By Dr. Van

Rating:  star star star star star 

A young girl must travel through time in order to help her friend and by doing so encounters a world very different from her sheltered existence.

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Every Walrus Can Fly

By Brian Phillips

Rating:  star star star star star 

“Would you believe me if I said every walrus can fly” begins this imaginative story of three-year-old Royce, a walrus with aspirations to fly.

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The Merrykin Runaways

By Oral Husemoen McDanel

Rating:  star star star star star 

Deep in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest live the Kin, elflike people who keep themselves hidden from the rest of us.

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The Princess Fables

By Marc Clark

Rating:  star star star star star 

Eleven enticing stories about Princesses offer entertainment as well as lessons in good behavior and values.

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The Shifter’s Trail

By Adam Alexander

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE SHIFTER’S TRAIL is the richly imaginative chronicle of the unusually difficult travails of Andromeda and her two closest friends.

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Orion Poe and the Lost Explorer

By Will Summerhouse

Rating:  star star star star star 

Orion Poe is an inquisitive young boy of eleven living on the coast of Maine with his crotchety but loving grandfather who keeps the lighthouse. The night of a hurricane-type storm, Orion notices a ship being swept toward the rocks by monstrous waves,. He finds a ship called Lady Jane and a man with a purple nose.

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To Keep My Body Safe, I Have A Plan

By Katherine Eskovitz

Rating:  star star star star star 

TO KEEP MY BODY SAFE, I HAVE A PLAN equips children with tools for thinking through a dangerous environment, with logical steps for personal safety. It lays the groundwork for a child’s healthy self-esteem by helping the child to know that his or her feelings are valid.

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Pie Rats: The Forgotten Map

By Cameron Stelzer

Rating:  star star star star star 

PIE RATS: THE FORGOTTEN MAP, by Cameron Stelzer, is a delight from start to finish. A children’s book with an artist’s touch; it is a treasure worth seeking.