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“The Kidnapped Smile (The Artania Chronicles Book 2)” by Laurie Woodward

It has been a year since Alex and Bartholomew first ventured into the mystical Artania. Now, Mona Lisa has been kidnapped, and the two are called in to investigate.

Peril awaits at every turn. Traitorous pirates, fearful gods, monsters of the deep. Artania’s safety lies in their hands.

With their spunky sidekick Gwen, Alex and Bartholomew return to Artania to save Mona Lisa from the ruthless pirates. But can they reach her in time?

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“The Dragon Who Lost His Fire” by Gerrit Van Rensburg

A medieval town is protected by Sir Percy with the help of an unlikely friend. Together they make a formidable team and keep the town enemies at bay. The king and the town’s inhabitants are grateful, cheering as our heroes return, showering then in candy in other treats. But this seemingly harmless gesture will have dire consequences for our dragon friend.The Dragon Who Lost His Fire is a story not just full of adventure but will teach kids ages 3 to 8 about teamwork, friendship and basic dental health. Join Sir Percy and his Dragon on their adventures.

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“You are a star” by Delaney Slaughter

You Are A Star is a fun book great for bedtime reading. Packed with information about the planets each page offers a fun fact about the planets in our solar system. Little astronauts will love to read this colorful planetary book.

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“The Heritage: The Legend of the American Eagle” by Dauren M. Asylgazy

The Heritage

Humanity’s connection with nature is dwindling. Long ago, people worked with nature for survival. One of the most majestic ways to hunt was with birds of prey.

Delve into an old Native American tale about the origin of hunting with these cunning birds. Discover the legend of a young hunter forced to improvise for survival and read how he creates a sacred bond with his eagle.

The tale will inspire you to reach out to nature again, and appreciate all it has to offer the mind and spirit and awaken your heart to true patriotism.

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“Mom the Monster Master” by Jason Miller

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With the flick of a switch and a blink of an eye, a day with mom goes from ordinary to extraordinary for a little boy… and his imagination!

Reviews:

“Visually-engaging” This is a fun little children’s book with lots of action in the illustrations. The book does a great job of capturing how the imagination of a child would look at the refrigerator, vacuum cleaner, or garbage disposal, and dream up monsters working inside!~James M. Taylor

“Short and sweet – the kids love it.” Such a cute story – the kids ask me to read it every night. My 6 year old is starting to read it to me too!~Christina Brinker

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“Funny Jokes For Kids” by Wendell Wilkins

Funny Jokes For Kids is filled with one liners that will have children bowling over with laughter. It is written for kids to enjoy a break from structured school readings. In other words,have some fun reading and laughing!

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The Angry Fire Breathing Shark That Saved The 12 Days Of Christmas” by Susan Summers

The Angry Fire Breathing Shark that Saved the 12 Days of Christmas is an exciting children book that every child should read and will enjoy. It is a fantasy story about the 10-year old Anna, and her experience in a family of mother, step-father and one younger brother. Anna stumbles on a glowing stone and a shark, and this experience alters her life as she soon realizes that she has been chosen to save the twelve days of Christmas. Although she does not at first believe in her calling, she soon finds herself filling her destiny, overcoming certain creatures for there to be a successful and peaceful Christmas.

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