Juvenile Fiction

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    Salted Caramel Dreams
    A Swirl Novel
    By Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Jasmine and Kiara have been best friends forever. They've always shared everything, down to their favorite salted caramel dessert. But this year, everything changes. Kiara joins the school basketball team, and is suddenly too cool to be friends with Jasmine. Jasmine has never felt more alone. Her mom... [READ MORE]
    Peter Rabbit
    By Beatrix Potter, Illustrated by Cindy Thornton
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    The basis for the 2018 film, Peter Rabbit has been hailed as one of the bestselling stories of all time and has been adapted into countless mediums, including books, films, board games, coloring books, and more. The original story features a young rebellious rabbit who, despite his mother’s wishes, enters... [READ MORE]
    Frankenstein
    By Mary Shelley, Abridged by Gina Gold, Illustrated by Oscar Domínguez
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    New abridgement, perfect for ages 9 to 12 All-new illustration by Spanish artist Oscar Dominguez. 28 full color illustrations as well as 24 black & white spot illustrations A chilling classic work that continues to haunt and inspire readers today... [READ MORE]
    A Birthday Party for Jesus
    By Susan Jones, Illustrated by Lee Holland
    (Good Books)
    The meaning of Christmas is often overshadowed by the wave of commercialism that precedes it. It’s all too easy for kids to lose sight of the true meaning of this holiday when their daily cartoons include a flood of toy commercials and their focus is on their own wish list. This book is a heartwarming... [READ MORE]
    The Creeper Code
    By Greyson Mann, Illustrated by Grace Sandford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Creepers abound in Birchtown. So do mysteries! Like, who destroyed the village garden? What’s that strange music coming from the cobblestone well? And who—or what—keeps blowing up the blacksmith shop? Oliver and Audrey investigate in 5-Minute Mysteries for Minecrafters, an all-new series of stories for... [READ MORE]
    Extreme Stories from the Extreme Hills
    By Greyson Mann, Illustrated by Grace Sandford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    While Audrey yearns for new adventures, her brother Oliver dreams of hidden treasures. When the twins explore different biomes, they find plenty of both in 5-Minute Adventures for Minecrafters, an all-new series of stories for Minecrafters that can be read in 5 minutes! In Extreme Stories from the Extreme... [READ MORE]
    The Creeper Code
    By Greyson Mann, Illustrated by Grace Sandford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Creepers abound in Birchtown. So do mysteries! Like, who destroyed the village garden? What’s that strange music coming from the cobblestone well? And who—or what—keeps blowing up the blacksmith shop? Oliver and Audrey investigate in 5-Minute Mysteries for Minecrafters, an all-new series of stories for... [READ MORE]
    Extreme Stories from the Extreme Hills
    By Greyson Mann, Illustrated by Grace Sandford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    While Audrey yearns for new adventures, her brother Oliver dreams of hidden treasures. When the twins explore different biomes, they find plenty of both in 5-Minute Adventures for Minecrafters, an all-new series of stories for Minecrafters that can be read in 5 minutes! In Extreme Stories from the Extreme... [READ MORE]
    Project Droid 4 Books in 1!: Science No Fair!; Soccer Shocker!; My Robot Ate My Homework; Phone-y Friends
    By Nancy Krulik, By Amanda Burwasser, Illustrated by Mike Moran
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Logan has always wanted a brother, but when his inventor mom builds him Java, a robot cousin, it's nothing but trouble, especially with the science fair coming up in Science No Fair! When Java becomes a ball hog, Logan's plan to win back the spotlight short circuits in Soccer Shocker! Next, in My Robot... [READ MORE]
    The Twelve Days of Christmas
    By Ángel Domínguez
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    “On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree.” The melody is almost instantly recognizable to most people. The song was originally written and published as an English folk song, though its origins are thought to be in France. The melody was added in the early 1900s... [READ MORE]
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