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Try to imagine seeing this highly stressful world through the eyes of an adorable five year old. He gets scared and doesn't know what to do when the stressful things bother him. He slowly shakes his head, blinks his eyes, puts his hands on his head and says, " I just can't handle all this stress."


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Also by Michael L McAmis:  Intruder: A Horrifying, Poetic Tale



Magical realism for readers age 9 and up. Fantasy and history all mixed together, with a cross-generational relationship between an eccentric grandmother and a skeptical granddaughter. Thirteen-year-old Claire has deep concerns about her brother who is away fighting in the Iraq war. When her quirky and estranged grandmother comes to live with her distressed family, Claire is cynical. It's through Grandma Faye's stories of being a thirteen year old in Dallas, Texas in the 1920's that opens Claire's heart to love and belief in other things you can only see with your heart.


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This is the third book in the Taya Bayliss series of mid-grade mystery/adventures from author E. J. Gore. The Bayliss family are on the move again, this time to Narralong, home of the famous Splinter Island Bird Sanctuary. Taya's father is there to investigate a change in the breeding habits of the native birds, or so he says. A recurring dream, a series of lies and the discovery of a body on the beach lead Taya to suspect that her father is involved in something far more serious.

See Books I & II in the Taya Bayliss series: Treasurer Hunter and Dog Sitter.


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Magical realism for readers age 9 and up. Fantasy and history all mixed together, with a cross-generational relationship between an eccentric grandmother and a skeptical granddaughter. Thirteen-year-old Claire has deep concerns about her brother who is away fighting in the Iraq war. When her quirky and estranged grandmother comes to live with her distressed family, Claire is cynical. It's through Grandma Faye's stories of being a thirteen year old in Dallas, Texas in the 1920's that opens Claire's heart to love and belief in other things you can only see with your heart.

See Books I & II in The Crystal Keeper Chronicles: The Lost Secret of Fairies and The Lost Secret of the Green Man.

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When thirteen-year-old Lady Katherine sailed away from her home in the Caribbean for school in London, she didn’t expect a brutal pirate attack. Nor did she anticipate ridicule and exclusion by her peers, or harsh punishment by the headmistress and the princess House Assistant in Emerald House. Far from her mind when she boarded the ship was a murder mystery to solve. Don’t get her started on the ghost. Her biggest surprise came, however, from a slip of the tongue by the Earl of Oxford; one that could have history changing implications.


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The Secret of the Ruby Elephant is the second installment in the Martin McMillan middle-grade series (ages 8-13). Thirteen-year-old Martin and his friend Isabel skate their way through this fast-paced adventure, traveling from Chicago to Thailand to solve the theft of the Ruby Elephant. The 15th century Thai statue is part of a mysterious legend that holds the secret to a hidden treasure. The friends must decipher a complicated puzzle of clues from Buddhist symbols and ancient ruins, as they track down the thieves and try to stay out of harm’s way.

See Volume 1 in the series: Martin McMillan and the Lost Inca City.


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The Children's Voice by Peter Anthony Freeman features 27 different artists from the US and Wales bridged together to create the most cherished and timeless Welsh nursery rhyme book imagined. The Children's Voice includes an all-star cast of illustrators from Nathan Wyburn (Abergavenny, UK) jamming Y Broga Bach on toast, Anthony Richards of Ammanford, UK dripping Bwrw Glaw, and Siobhan Owen rendering Fuoch chi Rioed yn Morio?, and many more! Freeman is at his best revealing the origin and background of the Welsh rhymes, providing the reader with meaningful insight into Welsh family dynamics and how social and economic factors impacted the roots of the stories told. 
 
 
Available from A Raven Above Press.


Ming Zhi Chen has arrived home after escaping the witch's spell that transformed her and eleven others into spirits to live in the river Kai. Ming's flight to freedom came at a high price, and she is determined to do whatever she can to free the children she left behind. Meanwhile, the child spirits continue their struggles against each other and developers who threaten the ecosystem of their river home. Continuing the environmental theme of protecting freshwater lakes and rivers, Shards is a captivating story that will leave young readers anxiously anticipating the next installment in this exciting series.


See Book I in the series: The Glass Table


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Yummy Stories is a delightful collection of six fun, modern folk and fairy tales, centered on healthy eating. Suitable for early readers ages four to eight. Introduce your children to Alexander's magical world, and they'll absorb her important lessons on health while having fun!


Filled with puns and rhymes, each of Alexander's stories ends with a short poem summarizing the story's lesson and suggesting a healthy eating habit. While exploring the book's lush artwork, children find houses made of mushrooms, clouds of cauliflower, trees of broccoli, and other playful nods toward nutritious food.


Children will meet a young pea who dreams of being planted by a princess, and Cheekerchuck, a dinosaur whose appetite for vegetables and fruit help him grow into the biggest animal in town. Three squabbling fairies learn how each helps gardens grow healthy food, while a brave little girl teaches a carrot-loving giant a powerful lesson about fairness.


Food artist, organic gardener, and teacher Lil L. Alexander firmly believes introducing children to proper eating habits at an early age leads to healthy adults. The secret is to teach children without sounding condescending—or, even worse, boring. All the yummy stories are centered on healthy eating, in a subtle and effective way. Children have fun and learn at the same time. Do your children a favour and get your hands on this treasure now. Happy reading!


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An Infinitesimal Abundance of Color, written by Mark David Major and beautifully illustrated by Layce Boswell, tells the simple story of a father answering his daughter's questions at bedtime.


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In this heart-warming tale of family ties, adventure and practical jokes, fun and laughter, Tom and Oliver spend their summer school holidays with their motor-bike mad grandmother and her dog Scruff in Cornwall, where they enjoy many adventures in the countryside. One day, on a trip to the coast with Nanny and Scruff, they discover a wonderful magic suitcase, which enables them to travel through space and time, and even to fictional lands. 

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Cynric, King of Demelza, is haunted by his past. In an effort to escape it, he wields a powerful sword, commanding his dragon lizards and a malevolent thylacine, to wreak havoc throughout the realm. 


A final battle will take place in the shadow of Fortress Demelza as the king’s forces clash with this rag tag band of creatures from the countryside. The fate of Sunderland and its inhabitants is at stake.


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