Fabulous new books for kids of all ages!
When her psychic aunt is no longer able to help her stay in contact with the mother who died just hours after she was born, CJ embarks on a road trip with her new friend Jax to relocate the one object that she believes will tether her mother's spirit back to Earth...but what she finds along the way challenges every truth she's ever known. Ultimately, CJ has to sort out the reality from the lies. Ages 8 to 12.
Fox and Chick: The Quiet Boat Ride and Other Stories
In their second book, Fox and Chick are off on three new adventures involving a boat ride, a mysterious box, and an early morning trip to see the sunrise. Fox enjoys quiet boat rides and watching the sunrise, but Chick is noisy and hyperactive and frequently disrupts their adventures--nevertheless they remain friends and enjoy their time together. Ages 5 to 8.
Not Your Nest!
Bird is just about to put the finishing touches on her new home when she suddenly finds that her nest is already full—of someone else. So she reluctantly builds another nest. But Fox finds this new nest quite comfy, and Brush Hog loves the view from Bird’s next attempt. Soon the Acacia tree is bursting with happily nested animals of all shapes and stripes—everyone except bird! But when Bird finally finds a way to evict her unwelcome guests, the animals realize their mistake and build a nest that’s big enough for all of them. Well, almost…Ages 3 to 7.
Sal & Gabi Break the Universe
In order to heal after his mother's death, Sal learned how to meditate. But no one expected him to be able to take it further and "relax" things into existence. Sal doesn't talk about his ability with anyone. At Culeco, his performing arts middle school, he just chalks it up to being a magician. But when he meets Gabi, the student council president and editor of the school paper, he realizes she is someone he can work with. She could use his help, too, because she has a newborn brother on life support. But just because Sal and Gabi can do some interesting things to improve lives, does that mean that they should? When things get out of hand, it's going to require some truly out-of-the-box thinking to set things right. Ages 8 to 12.
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