Juvenile Fiction

    < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 > 
    Bella Donna: Coven Road
    By Ruth Symes, Illustrated by Marion Lindsay
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Ever since she was a baby, Bella Donna has suspected she has magical powers, and she wants nothing more than to be a witch. Bella lives in an orphanage, waiting for her “Forever Family,” until one day she meets Lilith Sorciere and agrees to move in with Lilith and her niece Verity. Bella tries keeping... [READ MORE]
    What I Do with Vegetable Glue
    By Susan Chandler, Illustrated by Elena Odriozola
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “When my right arm fell off, I knew what to do. I stuck it back on, with vegetable glue.” This is a quirky story about a little girl who refuses to eat her vegetables. Suddenly things start falling off her body! Her right arm, her nose, and even her head roll away and she must use vegetable glue to stick... [READ MORE]
    Welcome to Cuckooville
    By Susan Chandler, Illustrated by Delphine Durand
    (Sky Pony Press)
    One of the townspeople in Cuckooville talks nothing but gobbledygook 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 are saying—no one,... [READ MORE]
    Wanderer
    By Roger Davenport
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Here in a vast lost valley, society has split into two: the Wanderers, who team together to battle against the elements and each other in the harsh world of the desert, and those who live in the pyramid-city of Arcone, whose closed environment and tightly controlled society enable them to maintain a... [READ MORE]
    What Will It Be, Penelope?
    By Tori Corn, Illustrated by Danielle Ceccolini
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Penelope is an indecisive little girl. She likes everything she sees and has trouble when faced with having to choose what she wants. Which outfit should she wear? Which flavor of ice cream does she want to eat? Which color balloon should she choose? Everyone wants to know: "What will it be, Penelope?"... [READ MORE]
    The Upside-Down Fish
    By Kate Louise, Illustrated by Laura Matine
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Upside-Down Fish lives in a big tank at a pet store filled with lots of other fish. The other fish in the tank swim the right way up though, and they don’t understand why Upside-Down Fish is so different. This makes him very lonely. One day, a child comes into the store and chooses Upside-Down Fish as... [READ MORE]
    Waggers
    By Stacy Nyikos, Illustrated by Tamara Anegon
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When Waggers is adopted, he tries to be good; he really does! But it isn’t Waggers’s fault that his tail goes crazy when he gets excited. How much harm can a tail do, anyway? Well, his new family is about to find out. In the kitchen, the cookies smell so good that Waggers’s tail makes the dough hit the... [READ MORE]
    When Night Became Day
    Illustrated by Jules Miller
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The moon is bored with his humdrum nightly duties. He is always around the same old stars in the same old boring sky. Where’s the fun in that? The sun could use a change of scenery, too, and so the moon comes up with a brilliant solution—they will swap jobs! When the moon goes to work during the day,... [READ MORE]
    Wonder, Hope, Love, and Loss
    The Selected Novels of Gene Stratton-Porter
    By Gene Stratton-Porter, Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Three classic stories for young adults about the wonder and power of our connections with nature and each other.Gene Stratton-Porter was a pioneer naturalist, wilderness advocate, and author. She wrote both fiction and nonfiction about the woods and swampland that she loved so much, and her tales of... [READ MORE]
    Waves in the Bathtub
    By Eugenie Fernandes
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Every bath time promises an adventure under the sea!When Kady gets into the bathtub, waves appear, and they get bigger, and BIGGER, and BIGGER! Kady can’t help but sing the bathtub song: “Imagining the ocean, I can see / waves in the bathtub here with me. / I see creatures big and small. / Lots of fish!... [READ MORE]
    < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 > 

Back to top