Juvenile Fiction, Imagination & Play
Bob and Sandy Defeat Pushy Perry Dime
Learning about the Law of Vibration by Susan D. Elliott
Bob is a young yo-yo player who dreams of winning a championship, but Perry Dime tells him he isn’t good enough. When Bob and his friend Sandy encounter a mysterious book about the Law of Vibration, Bob makes a change and uses the power of ...
The Biggest Word
by Jackie Reneau and Morgan Hunsaker
One of Sam’s favorite things to do is pretend, and sometimes it gets him into trouble – but not too much trouble. With a little help from his mom, Sam’s imagination takes him on all kinds of amazing adventures. A fun and heartwarming book, The ...
Looking For Leprechauns
An Ellie and Kim Adventure by Elizabeth Bird
Best friends Ellie and Kim are on the hunt for a leprechaun and they know just where to find one. They may not live in Ireland, but they’ve heard that some leprechauns came to Boston during the Irish Potato Famine in 1845. Kim’s grandmother suggests ...
Gracie's Playful, Dusty Day
by Lorraine Derksen Janzen
Gracie, a mischievous beagle, is up to her shenanigans again. She’s desperate to show her owner what’s hiding under the bed. Is it a ball? A piece of kibble? No, it’s dust bunnies! This delightful rhyming story is sure to have kids mesmerized by ...
Welcome to the Little Schoolhouse
by Ron Hiebert and Liana Hiebert
It’s the first day of kindergarten, and Miss Mindy (the teacher) is very excited to meet all her new students and get to know them. She’s even more excited to tell them about the amazing field trip she’s taking them on to celebrate the beginning of ...
Ralph the Flying Hedgehog and the Magical Red Rain Jacket
by Roy Crawford
All his life, Ralph the flying hedgehog has heard stories about the magical red rain jacket. He is curious: is the rain jacket real? What magical powers does it have? He wants to find out! Ralph flies high above the clouds, over continents, and ...
Layla the Yellow Balloon Comes All Undone
by Louisa Lawson
Layla the yellow balloon is happy doing her important job: showing kids the way to a birthday party! She’s even secretly wishing that one of the children might take her home at the end of the day. Wishing and hoping are all that Layla plans to do. ...
by Evangeline Anthony
One day at school, a teacher tells her class that she has a special project for them: they have to write a story using adverbs and adjectives! Some of the kids know exactly what they want to write, but one student has no idea what to write about. ...
Advice from a Puppy
by Kim A Davis
Betty Davis, Jack Russell puppy and seriously smart cookie, has been alive for a whole year. Naturally, she has all kinds of advice to share with other dogs! She knows all about how to give the best kisses, what not to pee on, and where to find ...
The Door in the Wall
by Beverley A. Elliott
PART 1: When a child goes to sleep, a magical Door in the Wall appears. Depending on which way the Door’s handle is turned, she can choose one of two very different adventures. If turned to the right, she could travel with MollyMalloop. If turned to ...