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Your Friendly Neighborhood Guardian Angel

by Speedy Publishing

Emerly visits her grandma and when she arrive in the train station, she saw a lady heal a dog. Wondering about it all the time, one day her grandma got her a puppy. They play all the time. One time, her puppy...


Ride The Big Machines Across Canada

by Carmen Mok

A playful cross-country adventure in which a young boy on a family car trip imagines himself behind the wheel of the big machines he sees through the window as they travel through the provinces and territories....


The Pirate Who's Afraid of Everything

by Annabeth Bondor-Stone, Connor White & Anthony Holden

Recommended for summer reading by The Huffington Post!

"When Shivers sets sail, adventure—and laughs—abound."—Tom Watson, author of the Stick Dog series

Meet Shivers, the scaredy-est pirate to ever sail...


Ladybug, Ladybug Where Are You?: For girls

by Kimi

Picture Book. Little girl goes to visit her ladybug friend.


The Unwritten Books 3-Book Bundle: The Unwritten Girl / The Young City / Fathom Five

by James Bow

This special bundle collects the three books in the Unwritten series, in which Peter and Rosemary have fantasy adventures while growing up together.


Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

by J. M. Barrie & Arthur Rackham

Fifty full-color illustrations by a preeminent illustrator of children's literature enhance this stunning keepsake edition. The "prequel" to Neverland portrays a magical world in the heart of London.


Mika, The Little Snail

by A.J. Lapré & Jennifer Serchia

Mika is a little snail who loves to smile and living in Ms. Pak's pretty garden. However, when some of her fellow garden dwellers point out how plain Mika is, she starts to wonder if she is too ordinary to ever...


Do Super Heroes Have Teddy Bears?

by Carmela LaVigna Coyle & Mike Gordon

Follow along as two ragtag, everyday super heroes don capes to play in the mud, save their stuffed animals from certain peril, conquer the vegetables at dinner, and overcome darkness at night.

Are super heroes...


Secret Society

by Tom Dolby

Secrets, secrets are no fun. Secrets, secrets hurt someone. . . .

An eccentric new girl. A brooding socialite. The scion of one of New York's wealthiest families. A promising filmmaker. As students at the exclusive...


Circus In The Sky

by Nancy Guettier

Circus In The Sky is a beautifully illustrated book of the constellations told in a poetic style, through the eyes of a little boy who believes he is the ring master of the night sky. Circus In The Sky is so...


Roy G. Biv is Mad at Me Because I Love Pink

by Nancy Guettier

Roy G. Biv is Mad at Me because I Love Pink! is an educational and playful story about learning of the colors of the Rainbow. Roy G Biv is an acronym for the sequence of the hues in the rainbow: Red, Orange,...


Return to Sender

by Kevin Henkes

When Whitaker writes a letter to Frogman, a TV super hero, his family laughs, but they stop laughing and start wondering when he receives an answer.


Margaret & Taylor

by Kevin Henkes

Relates several short episodes of Margaret and her brother Taylor, all pertaining to Grandpa's surprise birthday party.


Anastasia's Rain

by Sheila Kilpatrick

Patience is important to use but hard to learn for Anastasia Pickering ("Pickles) on her "doggie day at last" sixth birthday, for the excitement of the dog selection process tests her patience at every turn....


Mel and Mo's Marvelous Balancing Act

by Nicola Winstanley & Marianne Ferrer

How do you create a life in balance?

Mel and Mo may look alike, but these twins’ personalities are far from identical. As they grow up, their differences drive them apart . . . which suits them just fine. Mel’s...


Our Big Little Place

by James A. Conan & Nicolle Lalonde

Big or small, apartment or house, they’re all home.

Come inside one boy’s high-rise apartment complex, where his backyard is the space between his neighboring apartment buildings, and his basketball net is...


The Playgrounds of Babel

by JonArno Lawson & Piet Grobler

This unusual, thought-provoking story begins with an old woman telling a tale to a group of children in a playground. One of the boys can’t understand what she is saying, so another offers to translate. The...


Climbing Shadows

by Shannon Bramer & Cindy Derby

The poems in Climbing Shadows were inspired by a class of kindergarten children whom poet and playwright Shannon Bramer came to know over the course of a school year. She set out to write a poem for each child,...


Friends

by Geraldo Valerio

When a girl and a frog go to the beach to fish, they are frustrated to find that the fish aren’t biting. Instead, they stare into the water and make faces at their reflections. Then, something spectacular...


Langston's Moon

by Dorothy Edwards & Grace Linderholm

When little Langston sees a big harvest moon for the first time, he is mesmerized. To him the moon looks like a big, creamy, dreamy, sugar-cookie close enough to touch. He’s not interested in learning facts...