Juvenile Fiction

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    This Old Band
    By Tamera Will Wissinger, Illustrated by Matt Loveridge
    (Sky Pony Press)
    What kinds of instruments would you imagine a band of cowboys playing? Surely nothing fancy, but they can still make do with what they have, like jugs, combs, boots, and whatever else they can find. Out on the open range, with no one to tell them to quit their hollerin’, a cowboy band counts from ten... [READ MORE]
    The Juggling Pug
    By Sean Bryan, Illustrated by Tom Murphy
    (Sky Pony Press)
    A town becomes instantly famous when one special pug begins to juggle. But the pug is also mischievous, messy, and quite naughty. He digs holes in the yard, drinks all the soda in the fridge, and even poops on the rug! This continues until, finally, a little girl has had enough. It’s only when the town... [READ MORE]
    Antonia and the Big Competition
    The Rosenburg Riding Stables, Volume 2
    By Elisabeth Zöller, By Brigitte Kolloch, Illustrated by Betina Gotzen-Beek
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Antonia’s greatest love is riding horses. So it’s no surprise that her dream is to become a successful show jumper. But when her riding instructor presents an opportunity for Antonia to realize her dream by entering her for a big show-jumping competition, Antonia’s courage seems to fail her. After all,... [READ MORE]
    Pandemic
    By Yvonne Ventresca
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The 2015 SCBWI Crystal Kite Winner for the Atlantic region! Even under the most normal circumstances, high school can be a painful and confusing time. Unfortunately, Lilianna’s circumstances are anything but normal. Only a few people know what caused her sudden change from model student to the withdrawn... [READ MORE]
    Father's Chinese Opera
    Illustrated by Rich Lo
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold. Spending a summer backstage at his father’s Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to be a part of the show. Rehearsing the... [READ MORE]
    The Truth
    Diary of a Gutsy Tween
    By Barbara Becker Holstein
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Growing up is tough. Adults don’t always understand you (even though they were once kids), and children today face increasing pressure to be, look, or act a certain way. Written in the voice of a girl on the cusp of becoming a teenager, The Truth provides young girls with an opportunity to see how a... [READ MORE]
    Mo Smells the Ballpark
    By Margaret Hyde, With Nichelle Robinson, Illustrated by Aman Chaudhary
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s Bark in the Park day at the baseball stadium! Mo, Jasper, Molly, and Lucky are excited to be at the stadium to watch the game. Mo gets busy right away, smelling the peanuts, hotdogs, cotton candy, and more as they make their way down to the field for the doggie parade. But when Lucky dashes onto... [READ MORE]
    A New House for Charlie
    By Doris Lecher
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Charlie, like all small snails, lives in a shell. And since this two-in-one protective cover is strapped onto his back, Charlie carries his home with him everywhere. One day, while having a snail race with his friends—as snails like to do—there’s a terrible accident. As Charlie nears the finish line,... [READ MORE]
    Stella and Steve Travel through Space!
    By James Duffett-Smith, Illustrated by Bethany Straker
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Did you know that Jupiter is eleven times the size of Earth? The solar system is an incredible place that is still mostly unexplored. So, when Stella and her family move to a new town—where Stella has no friends except for her dog Steve—she goes exploring. In this educational book, travel across the... [READ MORE]
    Future Flash
    By Kita Helmetag Murdock
    (Sky Pony Press)
    For as long as she can remember, Laney’s been having “future flashes”—visions of the future that she sees when she makes physical contact with another person. Left on a doorstep as a baby, Laney’s past has always been cloudy to her, despite the clarity with which she can see the future. Her caretaker,... [READ MORE]
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