How My Gas Made Me Famous by Ferguson Fartworthy

Max Hinky’s favorite dinner is his dad’s Spaghetti Explodarama. But on the day after he’d had six helpings, Max had a case of gas that wouldn’t quit.
Now the whole of Cloverfield school thinks he’s gassing everyone out on purpose. Probably even Amy (the only non-weird girl at school).
On top of that—the bully brothers, Kryton, Kelvin and Kenny—are hot on Max’s stink trail.
Yet by the end of this day, Max’s stinkazoids are going to rocket him to fame!

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Lily Liver Series by Susan Swain

The Lily Liver Series of rhyming stories introduces dalmatians Lily Liver and Two Pi R. Lily Liver learns to play ball with Boomerang the labrador in On the Ball. In On the Run, while Billy Brown the border collie guides the dalmatians, cocker spaniels Yankee Sam and Jake and Joe, and Australian terriers Sadie and her sister on their daily walk, they are ambushed by Wiley Shep. Can Billy protect his ‘flock’ from Wiley? Follow Lily in On the Plate as she tries to steal food from Herman the German shepherd and Pat the cat, Yankee Sam, and the sparrows. In On the Call Lily Liver and Two Pi R talk ‘dog’ with Laika, Billy Brown, and Boomerang.
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Farai and the School Gangsters by Kudakwashe Muzira

Take a look at the diary of the new kid at school.

Farai’s new school has a culture of violence. On his second day at the school, Farai finds out that someone is bullying his little sister, Rudo. Trying to protect Rudo, Farai challenges Giant Joe, one of the school’s most feared boys, to a fistfight. A date is set for the fight and the whole school waits in anticipation. Farai hates fighting, but he is now powerless to stop the fight.

Farai is also torn between Nyasha, the most popular girl at the school, and Rachel, the school outcast. He likes Nyasha and he feels sorry for Rachel. He wants to be Rachel’s friend, but he knows he will lose Nyasha if he shows any kindness towards Rachel. Continue reading

Sam Goes Camping by J.P. Ruiz

This is the third book in the “Sam” series. Sam is an eight year old boy who lives in the small, Texas, Hill Country town of Utopia. Sam’s parents are divorced and he lives with his mom but still maintains a good relationship with his father. Sam’s father is taking Sam and his best-friend Bobby on a camping trip. Sam is excited because he loves camping and best of all he is going to get to share this experience with his father and his best-friend. Sam is a Christian and has been saved for a short while but he makes himself available to God’s will in his life. Jesus is Sam’s best friend and he wants Jesus to be his father’s best friend also. He has been praying for a long time that his father would accept Jesus into his heart and this trip could be the time he does. Please, visit our website at:
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How Skinny Became A Hero by Kudakwashe Muzira

Themba is not a happy boy. People always tease him. His friend Nyasha says she no longer likes him.
Can he stop people from teasing him? Can he win Nyasha back? Themba thinks he cannot.
Then an evil witch called Sigogo suddenly turns Themba’s people into slaves. Themba decides to do something to save them from the witch. He knows it is his only chance to impress Nyasha, and to make people stop teasing him. Continue reading

The Adventures of Manni the Long Tailed Raccoon-Manni, Moe and Mama by Linda Strother

The Adventures of Manni the Long Tailed Raccoon is a children’s fiction book collection that follows a sweet-adventure loving little raccoon as she grows up in a single-parent family and learns about friendships, family and coping in a world where she is a little bit different from the other raccoons. Her story begins when Manni is five years old, so it is suitable to read to children ages 2-6 and great for older children to read for themselves. This is the first in the collection of illustrated animal adventure books that follows the adventure- loving raccoon. Beautifully illustrated by a wonderful graphic designer and young mother, Ela Shusterman. Soon to be out on Amazon paperback and translated into many languages for Kindle. Continue reading

Jesus And Friends Teach The ABC’s by James Spight

Viewing the book, it is very colorful and the type is large, making the book easy to read. There are scripture references on each page describing the scene for the alphabet used. The book has an interesting rhyme to it encouraging young reader to finish the book in one sitting. This truly is a must buy for all concerned parents, educators, and preachers to invest in this tool for the youth Continue reading

Small Folk Rhymes by Christine Larsen

An original collection of poems and short stories for wee small folk – to capture and enhance their own wondrously fertile imaginations. The chosen clipart pictures add their own brand of quirkiness. Is there a talented reader out there for each of those smalls who have maybe not yet begun their path to becoming a book lover, able to read to themselves? Please? To you, the ‘out loud’ reader, Christine says – please share the honour with me of being part of creating another special bookworm. I believe the people of our world can never have too many dreams – to soften its harsher realities, to bring more light and love into our lives – and you’re never too young to start dreaming . . . or too old to stop. Continue reading

Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight by David Anderson

Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly. It’s no wonder–in Tree City, none of the birds know anything about flying at all. Not Charlie’s parents. Not his friends. Not the doctors or police. But Charlie is sure there’s a magical secret behind his feathers. He’ll do anything to find out what it is, even break the law. Will he figure out the truth before Doctor Nightingale straps him in the plucking chair and pulls the lever, plucking his beautiful feathers for good?

This entertaining and inspiring chapter book for kids aged 6-9 has over thirty whimsical illustrations. Continue reading