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What's wrong with Santa Claus? He stopped at their house on Christmas Eve. He ate the cookies and drank the milk they put out for him. But he didn't fill their stockings or leave them any presents. Why? Could he have put them on his naughty list by mistake? Millie needs to use her detective skills to solve the mystery of the missing presents!
It's two days before Thanksgiving and Millie Muldoon has been called in to find her cousin's pet turkey, Monica. The bird's been turkey-napped! Millie must use all her detective skills to make sure that Monica doesn't become the main course at a holiday feast. It's a race against the clock as Millie follows every clue and questions every suspect to discover the culprit and save Monica
by Nathan Birr
Christmas is supposed to be a time of peace and joy. But when a small church sets out to turn its simple living nativity into a Christmas Eve extravaganza, it’s (almost) enough to make a preacher cuss. Can this church of crazy characters pull off their grand production? And can the true message of Christmas avoid getting lost in all the chaos?
by John Priest
A Hospital visit can be very traumatic time for a sick child. It can be stressful for the adult too! This book is about the real-life story of Jack, who suddenly became ill and needed Hospital treatment. It contains Jack's story, together with useful Hints and Tips (what to carry in that Hospital Rucksack!) that every parent or guardian needs to know about. A really useful part of your Hospital survival-kit!
The invasion has begun, now. The hordes of the Dark Lord are spreading in the Northern Kingdom, bringing death and destruction everywhere. So while Garreth is riding towards the Peninsula of Cora with the mission of killing the Lord of Shadows, the inhabitants of Loth are preparing to brave the onslaught of the first wave of demons on the Capital.
It's been six years since the Alliance has deposed the Usurper, thereby ending the bloodiest war that the Four Kingdoms have ever seen. The pace is slow on the farm where the little Agi lives with his parents, until one evening someone knocks on the door...
Peter Challenge Time Surfer: Book 1: Princess Hannsally and the Star People. A Time Travel Adventure Series
by John Priest
Peter looked at his freshly decorated bedroom wallpaper. His Dad thought the wallpaper was the worst he'd ever used. The strange old woman in the shop insisted Peter take it. The old lady knew his name, but how? And why did she seem so anxious? Why didn't she give it to another boy or girl? What was so special about it? Come to think of it - what was so special about him? Peter was about to find out...
An 11 year old boy cousin Peter from a troubled family (marital problems) in New York City takes a breather by spending the summer in the hamlet of Marktree, Massachusetts, with his 11 year old girl cousin Sissy and her family. Before Peter knows it he's drawn into Sissy's "top of the wall" restaurant...a wall for feeding birds and other wild animals bordering the nearby wetlands.
Mr. MacGregor had a new hat. It was a very expensive hat and his wife said it made him look very elegant and important. Mrs. MacGregor had given it to him as a birthday present. She had been so fed up seeing him with the old battered cap he used to wear. Mr. MacGregor's old hat was now perched on the head of a scarecrow in the bottom paddock. Most people agreed that it suited the scarecrow better than it had ever suited Mr. MacGregor.
Darkness is falling across mystic Azdia. Soon, all of life will stop glowing with light. Soon, the trees will no longer spring to life. Even the mighty feldroes will cease to roam the forests. Already, many lumens, the shape-shifting caretakers of Azdia, have lost faith in their provider and protector, the mysterious Mr. Thicket. The only hope for the creatures of Azdia are the awaited chosen ones sent from another world called Earth.
Hillary is struggling to find where she fits in, in a supposedly "perfect" society. The trouble is, she doesn't seem to fit in at all. She tries to make the best of it but goes through a series of events that make her question who she is as a person and whether or not "perfect" can ever really exist, no matter what they want her to believe.
Duke’s Day at the Pet Store: Numbers is part of an exciting series of books for children, called Duke’s Nose. This collection of books is about a dog named Duke and his ever changing nose. In this particular book, the reader travels with Duke and his wondrous nose to his neighborhood pet store, on adoption day, and helps children learn to count by counting the pets.
This children's book is a touching true story about three little Yorkshire Terriers. Gidget gets pregnant by her sweet love, Tommy. Tommy is the smallest and cutest male Yorkie you have ever seen. A puppy gets stuck in the birth canal during labor, and Gidget has to be rushed to the animal hospital. Gidget has emergency surgery, and a tiny black puppy named Pebbles is born.
by John Priest
Great reviews. 5 Star seal from Readers' favorite. A great picture book for your baby.
Guy is walking home from school, and he witnesses someone throwing a black trash bag out the window of a speeding car. He sees that the trash bag is moving. He rushes over to the trash bag and rips it open as fast as he can. What he finds in the trash bag is shocking! There are two little Siberian Husky puppies in the bag. They are cute little balls of fur. He picks both of the puppies up and runs home with them.
by Cindi Walton
Strange and mysterious things are happening in, around and under the Crunklewood trees of Altenburg and it is all because of those witches, the ones that might not be witches at all. Follow the adventures of Isaac T. Cole as he writes down exactly what happened the day the witches appeared, and life in Altenburg was changed forevermore. Along the way Isaac encounters an odd assortment of characters and strange creatures. Is it all a tall tale?
by Cindi Walton
Hattie's Heart Hurts is the story of a young hedgehog who is struggling with the death of her Grandma . Hattie's father gives her a journal and encourages her to fill it with memories and anything that helps her to remember the good times. Hattie finds herself making a "Memory Tree" with each leaf containing a written memory of her beloved Grandma . With each memory, Hattie's heart hurts less as she fills her journal with wonderful memories!
by S. G. Basu
Thirteen year old Maia sets out denying the existence of her turncoat mother and ends up finding out a truth that makes her wish her mother was just that-a treacherous double-crosser she could easily hate. Because sometimes, knowing a hero can be more terrifying than knowing a villain. And being part of a lofty cause can come at a terrible price.
Chaz and Charo are two teenagers out for an adventure in a canoe on the Amazon River in South America. They are caught in a sudden storm, and the river begins to rage. They hold on tight and try to keep the canoe from tipping over. The canoe is traveling at a high rate of speed as they are swept down the river for many hours. The next day, the canoe hits a tree and breaks the canoe in half.