Juvenile Fiction, Legends, Myths, Fables
Corey Finds His Way Home by Norm F. Wesley
After a successful fall hunting geese, Corey and Baba prepare to take the canoe trip home. The moon is high, but the night is dark and the journey is long. As Corey wonders how he and Baba will pass the time, he looks up to find the Big Dipper ...
Based on an International Folk Tale by Irina Mazor
Deep in the Frost Woods lives an ancient creature, feared by all, who rules over everything in the forest. The very forest that Beth now calls home… When Beth moves to the Frost Woods with her father, stepmother, and stepsister after a terrible ...
The Lion and the Clever Tortoise
by C. Victory
The Tortoise and Other Animal Tales is a collection of animal fables which helps explain things in the natural world to children such as why the Lion prey on other animals, why the Birds live in the sky, why the Pig snorts and sniffs the dirt, why ...
The Red Path
Fear by Nima Sheikhy
One day, you will go down the red path. There is something there you must experience… Hidden deep in the heart of a humble forest, nestled in a beautiful castle, live King Nate and his wife Maya. Life in their kingdom is exceedingly interesting. ...
Blossom and Her Friends
by A. G. Sinko
Blossom and Dragon are off on another adventure! They need to bring Blossom’s friend Christopher to his Grandmother Evelyn’s house in Nolem, two towns away from Tigra. The people of Nolem have not seen a dragon before, but they think there are still ...
by Diana J. Drake
The sudden death of her mother brings a sad, scared and angry Ren Adair to live with her eccentric Aunt Bar (Bear), a bibliophile and historian, in a cottage on Raven’s Cove near Vancouver, British Columbia. There, the twelve year old Ren finds a ...
Maggie the Muskie
The Lost Glasses by Tracy McGlynn
Ava and Sophie are out on the lake with their father when he loses his glasses. He’s blind, and he’s lost the paddle in the water! But the girls aren’t scared: they know Maggie the Muskie lives in the lake. The big fish is famous for helping people ...
Sara, Nicholas and the Last Dragon
by Kathleen Murphy McIlroy
Sara is used to being known as the shy one. She’s used to being bullied at school. But when she’s sick with the flu one day and drifts off to sleep, she dreams of a world where she is a gutsy and assertive princess who can do anything she sets her ...
A Little Girl's Journey by Elle Perrault
All seems peaceful and quiet in the Yangambi Forest, but not for Oni. She misses Tata, her father. “A little girl needs her father!” the spirit animals agree. So, they secretly watch over her as she embarks on a long journey and sometimes ...
The Untold Voices Of The African Animals
by Hicks Ambira
This is a collection of stories or fables that were passed down verbally from generation to generation. As far as I know, they have never been written down before. It is my intent to bring them to life for you. In the African culture, Itto is a ...