Owls Can Dance ($0.99) by Anya Enright: Erin the owl may have two left feet, but she won’t let that stop her from achieving her dreams! With the help of her friends — raccoon, bunny, and beaver — Erin embarks on an adventure to prove that anything is possible. This endearing tale highlights the power of positive thinking, determination and the value of friendship. Erin discovers that with the right attitude, anything can be achieved.
The Bending Blue Flower ($4.95) by LaKesha Capers-Glover: Blue is a caring flower who always gave unselfishly to the other flowers in the garden, never looking for anything in return. But one day, Blue gave until it couldn’t give anymore. What will become of this little blue flower? The Bending Blue Flower is an enlightening story about generosity, strength, potential and the enduring power of kindness.
Jay-Jay the Giraffe: Looking for the Murphy Farm ($4.99) by Shelley Murphy: “Jay-Jay the Giraffe-Looking for the Murphy Farm” is a heartwarming children’s story about Jay-Jay, a giraffe on a quest to find the legendary Murphy Farm, a peaceful haven for all animals. Along his journey to find a new home, he meets a variety of animals and learns about friendship and diversity.
Riverboat: The River Raft – La balsa de rio (Riverboat Adventures Spanish Book 1) ($1.99) by Ingo Blum: Titus the badger, Finn the falcon, and Simon the fox are as different as three friends can be. But they all share the same love of sailing. When they spot a lost calf on the distant shore, they paddle over to help find her family. Can the power of teamwork save the day? Perfect for kids ages 3+ learning English or Spanish as a second language.
Suzy The Lost Parrot ($2.99) by Emmy Nelson: Embark on a heartwarming journey with “Suzy the Lost Parrot” in a big beautiful home. Join Suzy, a daring parrot, as she faces unexpected choices, weaving a captivating story. Discover the transformative power of small creatures as Suzy takes charge of her destiny. Perfect for read-aloud moments, it’s a valuable lesson in courage and inspiration!
Axle Goes Home ($0.99) by Amber Foster: Join Axle the Axolotl as he embarks on an amazing journey to find a place where he belongs! Axle lives at a pet shop, but little does he know his whole world is about the change. He is going to a new home! Find out what awaits him in this cute going-home adventure!
The Owl Boy (The Bird Club 2) ($0.99) by P.K. Butler: Benita the Bird Girl runs a bird club with four members, two girls and two boys. Sadly, she believes herself to be the only “bird person” in the world. She doesn’t know about the “owl boy” who spends most of his time as a Great-horned Owl. But all crows despise owls, and Benita is a crow. What will she do when they meet?
Clearlake ($0.99) by Stanislava Buevich: Would you dare step through the gothic gates of Clearlake? A thirteen-year-old Moon Rains did not get a choice. Imprisoned within the walls of the Clearlake Institute, subjected to harrowing medical procedures, she knows that if she doesn’t escape soon, eventually they will take her into ROOM 217 from which children often never return.
BEE SMART ($0.99) by Crystal Kirk-Auguste: “BEE SMART” is a vibrant and fun guide for children aged 6 and above, extending its appeal to the whole family. Through the BEE SMART acronym (Breeze, Exercise, Eat a variety, Self-control, Morning sun, Aqua, Rest, Trust in God), the book introduces eight essential habits as superpowers for a lifetime of happiness and health.
Yay! I Can Swim ($3.60) by Ella Leach: “This is the story of a young girl named Izzy, who, with her father’s patience and encouragement, learns to swim. As she faces her fears with kindness and understanding, Izzy blossoms into an accomplished swimmer. This tale illustrates how love and nurturing can enhance a child’s development while adapting to life’s challenges.”
Into The Unknown (The Adventures of Snow The Siamese Cat Book 1) ($1.99) by Chariti Barton: Snow is not your ordinary house pet. Snow is a blue-eyed Siamese cat with a spirit for adventure. He dreams of exploring the great unknown that lies beyond our planet Earth. One day Snow sets out to embark on an out out of this world adventure. With determination and courage, he encounters many challenges and makes a few friendships along the way. What’s out there into the great unknown anyways?!
Rony and the Baby Elephant (Rony And His Animal Friends Book 1) ($2.99) by Rajeev Dalavi: A simple story about a boy visiting an Elephant sanctuary in Thailand, wanting to be friends with the cutest, yet naughtiest Baby Elephant in the Sanctuary – only to be pushed away by the baby. The story for kids is about friendship, compassion, and understanding different people have different views.
Mysteries of the Majestic: Tales of African Bush Elephants (Wildlife Wonders) ($2.99) by Little Worm Books: Delve into the world of African bush elephants with this engaging book. Its rhythmic and factual nature makes it ideal for bedtime or interactive storytime. This book entertains and educates, sparking a child’s curiosity about wildlife and nature. A magical journey through the African plains, it’s a delightful way to learn with your child as you explore the natural world together.
Red Pandas: Dusk to Dawn Adventures (Wildlife Wonders) ($2.99) by Little Worm Books: This book beautifully blends education with whimsy through its engaging rhymes about the world of red pandas. Its soothing, rhythmic quality is ideal for bedtime, helping wind down the day with tales of the natural world. Each page invites young readers to explore and develop a deeper appreciation for wildlife, fostering curiosity and respect for these unique creatures.
The Crystal Crusader: Guardian of the Glowing Crystal ($3.99) by Hadi Hans: Connor is a shy 14-year-old who loves reading comic books and dreams of having superpowers. One day while walking home from school through an abandoned lot he hears crying coming from a hole in the ground He peers inside and sees a glowing green crystal When he touches it there’s a flash of light and he passes out.
Super J and The Power of Love ($4.99) by Jennifer Nelson: Super J and the Power of Love is a children’s book that tells the story of Super J, a child with Down syndrome. Despite his challenges, Super J overcomes with love and joy. Written in a rhyming format with vibrant pictures, it’s perfect to read to all young readers, helping them see that all life is a precious gift from God.
Harold and The Thumb ($1.99) by Davis Summerlin: Harold and his thumb, Thumb, spend their days sitting on the couch watching television. Now, Thumb desires more out of life. He decides to leave Harold and strike out on his own. Harold decides to go on a quest to get Thumb back. Despite being out of his comfort zone, Harold goes through a series of adventures to be reunited with his friend Thumb.
Roger Tarkington and the Magic Calendar ($0.99) by I.M. Maynard: Roger’s start to middle school is less than magical, it’s bad, actually, until he discovers a magic calendar that allow him to repeat days. Find out if Roger can harness this super time travel power to navigate the ups and downs in middle school in the first book of a new 3-book middle grade time travel series.
Splish! Splash! Whoosh! (JOIN IN! Book 3) ($1.99) by Sonia Maria: Bright illustrations and rhyming text introduce kids’ favorite ocean animals and provide a short, fun, and informative description of each. Sound words at the end of each verse encourage children to join in for an interactive experience. Chomp! Chomp! Whoosh! For ages 2-7 years.
Mighty Strong Little Words ($0.99) by Ruthie Godfrey: Have you ever wished you could unsay something? We might have grown up in the era when we chanted, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me!” We now understand what a mistake that is because words can cause some serious impact, for good or for bad.
Yakshar’s Lost Treasure (The Choice is Yours) ($2.99) by Rowen Sikora: Third graders, Rowen & Ella, are on a quest to find a pirate’s legendary lost treasure. Yahskar’s Lost Gold is a full-color adventure where the choice of what they do next is up to you! With bright colors & multiple endings, it is a favorite for fans of Geronimo Stilton or the Choose Your Own Adventure series. 100 pages, recommended for kids 7-12.
Gnomes and Knights ($2.99) by Michael Parkes: Gnomes and Knights is a book in two parts. Part one is 10 rhyming short stories about a magical and whimsical gnome named Fred and his adventures around Gertie’s garden. The second part (non-rhyming) is Nathan the Knight overcoming adversity to become a full-fledged Knight of the Order, his life-long dream. A great book with 11 stories in all!
The Orange Curse ($2.99) by Kristina Kamaeva: No one knows the way to Magarfala, but if the prince does not get there, he will die. He and his friends escape the bandits of Machaon Forest, deal with the devious people of Trappola, and cross a scorching desert. When the magical country opens before them, they find out that the sun has not shone there for many years, and an evil sorcerer has been waiting for the return of the prince.
Beyond the Cliff and Courage ($0.99) by Vanessa Bettencourt: Aion just got his wings, but they’re not a reason to celebrate. Instead, he decides it’s time to leave his home to find his place in the world. Everything goes according to plan until the spiders arrive and kidnap his best friend, forcing him to cross the forbidden paths of the Wild Lands, on a daring adventure into the Lost Valley. Aion will not journey alone. He will find loyal companions.
A Surprise For Nora ($4.99) by Patricia Duran: A charming story about Nora’s family and friends, and how they work together to solve Nora’s BIG problem. The story teaches that children should not tease others, but should be friends and help one another in finding a solution to solve their problem.
Can you see Dragons? ($2.99) by Jerr OCarroll: A young boy loses his childhood friends as he grows up. Will he ever see them again? A fun bedtime read for children, filled with illustrations that let you play, ‘Can you see dragons?’
The Gold Mystery Adventure ($0.99) by R. R. Kaufman: In a world on the brink of destruction under a madwoman’s tyranny, a brave young girl emerges as hope’s last beacon. Defying her oppressors, Zhen steals a valuable gold object, launching her into a perilous and whirlwind adventure to a mysterious planet.
The Fairy of the Enchanted Lake (Stories from the Stars) ($2.99) by Kris Nedy: Michaela dreams of becoming the most beautiful girl in the world. One day, she finds the Enchanted Lake and meets a fairy who makes her wish come true. Before she knows it, Michaela lives in a fairytale. But inside her, an evil stirs, brought to life by the deal she made at the lake. Can she win the battle against the evil creature within her?
From the Mine to the Mansion: Ann’s Story (Rocked in the Cradle of Coal series Book 3) ($3.50) by Jayne M. Booth: Book 3 in the Rocked in the Cradle of Coal series. Thirteen-year-old Ann has quit school to work for a rich family uptown. In the mansion she sees the differences between her coal mine neighborhood and the luxuries her employers enjoy. Ann and her friends learn important life lessons and discover that rich or poor, we all must help each other.
Ellie, The Tiny Little Chick ($2.99) by Avery Smart: Meet Ellie, an energetic little chick who’s on a bedtime adventure! With tomorrow’s fun adventure bouncing inside her head, Ellie’s bedtime always feels like a wrestling match. But guess what? Her mom’s bedtime words turn the battle into a cozy moment, with a sprinkle of soothing words and comfy cuddles, bedtime story is a peaceful journey.
Lily Loves Shoes ($3.60) by Ella Leach: When does a girl’s love for shoes begin? Is it that feeling of “dressing up”, or can a pair of shoes inspire a little girl’s imagination to create a wonderful play world? Such is the story of Lily, a little girl with a big love for shoes and an imagination to match. Where creativity, self-expression, and individuality abound, she happily embraces her uniqueness.
I Can Do Bad All by Myzelf (Happy Tails) ($4.99) by Michele L. Sayre: Watch out, Santa, trouble’s coming! Myz the elf has been very naughty this year. He’s making life terrible for poor Mr. Santa Claus. If he’s not careful, he might make Christmas miserable for everyone else as well. Whatever you do – don’t cross an elf!
Books For Benjamin ($0.99) by R.G. de Rouen: Have you ever wondered where the term “bookworm” came from? Well, wonder no more: It is all because a little worm named Benjamin had an appetite, not for rotten apples or mulch, but for books—lots of them!… Books For Benjamin is a very creative and cute story that encourages children to love books. It is also a great example of how being different is okay- CLC 1st place award
Chinook: King of the North ($0.99) by P. J. Wesley: In 1910 Montana, twelve-year-old Will Oleson befriends a wild white wolf making him a target of unscrupulous trappers who will stop at nothing to possess the wolf’s valuable pelt. Determined and desperate, Will devises a plan to protect Chinook, little knowing it may cost them their lives. *Inspired by a true story.
The Journey AHEAD ($2.99) by Gloria Sakombi Walker: Gloria is a beautiful African girl from the Democratic Republic of Congo who has overcome numerous obstacles in her life to eventually move to the United States. Now, Gloria is determined to share her inspiring story with the world and inspire them full of hope!
Maya and Waggers: I Have to Scoop What? ($0.99) by W.T. Kosmos: A new critically acclaimed story that Kirkus Reviews calls, “A hilarious tale about canine care.” Maya takes care of a new rescue puppy, Waggers, at Uncle Puddin’ Head’s home. But Maya refuses to scoop poop, her uncle really, really cares about his perfect lawn, and the crazy neighbors aren’t fans of Maya’s creative solutions in their yards.
Nora Grace Superpower Ears ($2.99) by TR Neill: A story of a young girl struggling to hear when her mother makes an appointment to have her ears checked. The story follows her through the process of getting hearing aids up to being able to hear. Taking the fear out of getting the hearing aids. Accepting the differences, she shows her accepting oneself, and highlighting the beauty in diversity.