Juvenile Fiction

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    The Loudness
    A Novel
    By Nick Courage
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Henry Long doesn’t have a heart.Since the Tragedies, he doesn’t have much: just an annoying low-watt buzz from his makeshift transplant, skinny arms, and a dusty library attic from which he charts the slow progress of reconstruction in the Green Zone, the last habitable neighborhood of his troubled coastal... [READ MORE]
    My Dinosaur Is More Awesome!
    By Simon Coster
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When Joel and Olivia sit down to dinner, with two of their favorite dinosaurs, Olivia can’t help but point out that her dinosaur is better. Olivia’s dinosaur can play the trumpet while riding her bike, and her house is in the shape of a rabbit. Her dinosaur can make her own jam, and she even eats electric... [READ MORE]
    The Lost Marble Notebook of Forgotten Girl & Random Boy
    By Marie Jaskulka
    (Sky Pony Press)
    If I let you read mine, will you let me read yours?Forgotten Girl, a fifteen-year-old poet, is going through the most difficult time of her life—the breakup of her parents, and her mom’s resulting depression—when she meets Random Boy, a hot guy who, like her, feels like an outcast and secretly writes... [READ MORE]
    The Temple of Doubt
    By Anne Boles Levy
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “Fiercely original with a capable and plucky heroine, The Temple of Doubt rips open a door to a fresh new fantasy world.” —Amalie Howard, author of the Aquarathi series and Alpha GoddessIt’s been two six-days since a falling star crashed into the marshes beyond Port Sapphire, putting the wilds of Kuldor... [READ MORE]
    There Was an Old Lady Who Gobbled a Skink
    By Tamera Will Wissinger, Illustrated by Ana Bermejo
    (Sky Pony Press)
    There was an old lady who gobbled a skink. And a worm and a pail and a line and an oar and much more in this hilarious book about a crazy fisherwoman who swallows all the essentials for a successful fishing trip. With the ever looming threat of “perhaps she’ll sink,” readers will hold their breath in... [READ MORE]
    Welcome to Cuckooville
    By Susan Chandler, Illustrated by Delphine Durand
    (Sky Pony Press)
    In the town of Cuckooville, Mrs. Gobbledygook speaks nothing but a nonsense language, and the mayor has had enough! “This has got to stop!” he demands. But has the mayor spoken too soon?One day, disaster strikes the town. Strange foreigners have invaded, and no one can understand a word of what they... [READ MORE]
    Canned and Crushed
    By Bibi Belford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When Sandro Zapote finds out his little sister needs heart surgery, he is determined to help his parents raise the money they’ll need to help her get better. Sandro’s dad is in the states illegally and must work two jobs to support the family. For one, he picks up roadkill for the department of streets... [READ MORE]
    Gorillas in Our Midst
    By Richard Fairgray, By Terry Jones
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Gorillas can be hard to spot, because they are masters of disguise and really good at hiding. Gorillas often have jobs where they get to wear masks—that’s why so many gorillas are surgeons, astronauts, scuba divers, and ninjas. There are adult gorillas and kid gorillas. There are even gorillas that go... [READ MORE]
    Escape from the Overworld
    An Unofficial Overworld Adventure, Book One
    By Danica Davidson
    (Sky Pony Press)
    From the publisher of The Quest of the Diamond Sword and Battle of the Nether comes a new novel for Minecrafters which takes on a spellbinding battle that brings Stevie and zombie mobs into the real world! This adventure series is created especially for readers who love the fight of good vs. evil, magical... [READ MORE]
    Lucy and the Magic Loom
    A Rainbow Loomer's Adventure Story
    By Alice Downes
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Meet Lucy—twelve years old, missing her best friend, and just waiting for an adventure to come her way. When Lucy discovers a mysterious package at her front door, she’s certain it’s meant for her. Never mind to whom it’s addressed. She unties the green string and tears open the simple brown paper to... [READ MORE]
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