Under the Angel Tree, written by Christine Elizabeth Herren and illustrated by Erin McGuire Thompson, is the story of Eileen, a little girl who is bullied by her friends only to discover the special magic that lives inside each of us.
Vacations require a great deal of planning, no matter who is going or the final destination. But, if one wants to take along the family monster, there are special challenges to consider. And for that, it's best to have a helpful guide to follow. Travel Guide for Monsters contains all the information you'll need so […]
From the author of The Whispers comes a heartrending tale of friendship, hard-won truths, and the healing power of forgiveness. A lonely twelve-year-old boy spends his days "stuck" at the deserted Hollow Pines Plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina with no recollection of his name, how long he's been there, and no idea how to leave. […]
Long before its establishment as a national park in 1872, Yellowstone was home to the gray wolf, as well as other large predators. But the relationship between human and wolf has always been a tense and complicated one. Predator control programs were developed and, by the mid-1900s, wolves had almost been entirely eliminated from the […]
Funny and full of heart, this debut graphic novel for readers 8-12 is a story about friendship, identity, and embracing all the parts of yourself that make you special. Fifth grade is just not Riley’s vibe. Everyone else is squaded up—except Riley. Her best friend moved away. All she wants to do is draw, and […]
A boy and his teddy have enjoyed a wild day of play, but now the mess has gotten a bit out of hand. Together they must work to undo the Great Toy Disaster by making it a game. They race to straighten the room together, first by picking up all the blue items, and then […]
Middle school is always hard, but when you’re known as the Roadkill Kid, well, it’s even harder. Jack’s mom collects roadkill—it’s her job, and she’s very good at it. Ever since Jack’s mom and dad got divorced, Jack has stepped into the role of Mom’s co-scientist.