Juvenile Fiction

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    Buttheads from Outer Space
    By Jerry Mahoney
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Best friends Josh and Lloyd are doing their best to make it through the sixth grade without attracting too much negative attention. In their free time, they start a blog to encourage any friendly aliens in space to come visit them on Earth. There's no way it will work, but they figure if it somehow does,... [READ MORE]
    Creepers Crashed My Party
    Redstone Junior High #2
    By Cara J. Stevens, Illustrated by Walker Melby
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The second book in the newest full-color series of unofficial graphic novels for Minecrafters! Enrollment at Redstone Junior High is at an all-time low since word got around that hostile mobs were spotted on campus. Principal Redstone will do just about anything to keep students from leaving to attend... [READ MORE]
    Journey to the End
    Secrets of an Overworld Survivor, Book Six
    By Greyson Mann
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Minecrafters will love Will and Mina’s final adventure in the Secrets of an Overworld Survivor series—a journey to the End and a battle against the Ender Dragon!... [READ MORE]
    From Sunset Till Sunrise
    Devin Dexter #2
    By Jonathan Rosen
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Devin Dexter and his cousin Tommy just saved the city of Gravesend from the menace of magical, malicious Cuddle Bunnies brought to life by the warlock, Herb. But there’s no rest for the wicked, as a new mysterious neighbor moves in across the street. At night. With a coffin. Tommy immediately jumps to... [READ MORE]
    Grimm's Fairy Tales
    By Racehorse For Young Readers, By The Brothers Grimm
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    Racehorse for Young Readers’ Children’s Classic Collections is a new series that offers readers timeless compilations of children’s literature. Handsomely packaged and affordable, this new series aims to revitalize these enchanting works and continue the tradition of sharing them with the next generation.... [READ MORE]
    Daddy, Me, and the Magic Hour
    By Laura Krauss Melmed, Illustrated by Sarita Rich
    (Sky Pony Press)
    After getting home for the day and having dinner, a young boy is ready for some special time outside with his father. It's the Magic Hour, when the sun is going down and day meets night. Daddy and son walk down the street and see their neighbors going through their evening rituals -- watering plants,... [READ MORE]
    Little Dragon and the New Baby
    By Deborah Cuneo
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Little Dragon just found out he is going to be a big brother... and he's not happy about it. He doesn't want to share his parents' attention, or his room! Little Dragon doesn't even want to look at the egg. He ignores it, tries hiding it, and even "decorates" it, which just makes a big mess. But soon... [READ MORE]
    Days of the Dead
    By Kersten Hamilton, By Kersten Hamilton, By Kersten Hamilton
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Glorieta Espinosa doesn’t hate that Papi married Alice, the nice white woman from Texas, or the fact that he’s happy again after years of mourning Mamá. But she hates that the urn containing Mamá’s ashes disappeared into a drawer the day Alice moved in. She hates that there even is an urn—if only her... [READ MORE]
    Food Fight Fiesta
    A Tale About La Tomatina
    By Tracey Kyle, Illustrated by Ana Gomez
    (Sky Pony Press)
    "Off to the hills of España we go. Grab a tomato . . . get ready . . . now THROW!" Every year, the town of Buñol in Spain holds La Tomatina, a grand fiesta featuring the world's BIGGEST food fight! Join in the fun! Afer putting on goggles and grabbing some squishy tomates, it's time to toss fruit like... [READ MORE]
    Sweet Penny and the Lion
    By Richard Fairgray, By Alexander Burke
    (Sky Pony Press)
    There once was a girl called Sweet Penny who did exactly as she was told. Her sister and brother disappointed her mother, but she never broke the mold. Penny was so nice and quiet that teachers forgot she was there. Being so good, doing just what you should, that just won't get you anywhere. Sweet Penny... [READ MORE]
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