Juvenile Nonfiction, Biography & Autobiography
A Pair of Rainbow Socks
by Rose Bigras
Sometimes the smallest thing—even a pair of socks—can help someone who’s struggling. For Rose Bigras, growing up gay involved tough times. The older she got, the more different she felt. She lied to fit in and kept her daydreams to herself. Even ...
Never Give Up
by Jessica Hannon
What if you lost your truth? What if your truth and your story were taken from you? What if you were told what to believe in your story, your truth? Never Give Up shadows a teenage girl through her high school journey. For some, the high school ...
Real World Kids
Thomas - Australia by Rebecca Evens
Have you ever wondered about kids living in far-off places? What their lives are like? If they play the same games? If the schools they go to are like yours? In this book, the first in the REAL WORLD KIDS series, you will meet Thomas, a young boy ...
Fashion is Like Magic!
Nia is Creative by Nikki Demoneris
A little girl, Nia, discovers magic in the fashion world. In Fashion is Like Magic! - Nia is Creative, Nia learns basic fashion design lessons but most importantly she learns to appreciate her uniqueness without seeking approval from others. Nia is ...
The Little Creek That Could
The Story of a Stream That Came Back to Life by Mark Angelo
Based on true events, The Little Creek that Could tells a remarkable and inspiring story of how a severely damaged stream was brought back to life. A young teacher, whose love for rivers goes back to his childhood, sadly finds that a stream close to ...
Calamities and Cuddles
by Beverley Smyth
My story is about a little girl - an only child - that grew up in the 1940’s as part of a loving family on her parents’ farm located in rural, eastern Ontario. This little girl used her creativity and imagination to make a world of wonderment for ...
A Child in Child City
A True Story by Laura Ricard
We all have a story to tell, this is mine. An inspiring true story written through a little girl's eyes (mine) Laura, known as Marion in the Orphanage. What Orphanage? Where? you might ask. The details are inside my book along with some historic ...
You Can Do It, Too!
by Denise Talley and Kendra Talley
Ramir is an extraordinary superhero but just like any superhero he has his challenges. Having been diagnosed with autism as a child, this created a new world for him. As a superhero, Ramir shows how he navigates life with autism. You Can Do It Too! ...
Macsen's Magical Story
by Janet Corsaro
My name is Macsen Lee, and this is my story. After one year on Earth, God brought me home to a magical place called heaven, and he granted me the gift of being everywhere! My family misses me, but I am with them every day. I am in the flowers in ...
by Paula G.
This slimy scenario started in our yard during the summer months. As we told the story over and over throughout the years it became such a family favorite. A great laugh for all of us. It well deserves to be preserved and shared as a family memoir ...