Gina LoBiondo
What if toys could actually feel? Would they be happy or sad? Would they be able to love? Button Nose the Sad Little Bear is the story of a much loved little bear and the little girl who will never give up on finding him again.
Button Nose the Sad Little Bear
Red Rohl

Zombies, pizza, aliens, video games, and the apocalypse … these are just a few of the worldly distractions that capture Red’s wandering mind. After 25 years of sketching and a history of never finishing projects, Red finally focuses- creating the ultimate graphic novel anthology.

The pages are jam-packed with thousands of sketches accompanied by stories of pirates, Vikings, Lincoln, Greek Mythology, TV & more. Throughout the book, you'll also find recurring pages of Mini-Comics, Drawing Tips, Versus, Facts, and Spoofs. Heavy Sketches features all this and more - - compiled together in ONE massive book. 

Heavy Sketches is a book with broad appeal for both avid & reluctant readers, comic fans, and art enthusiasts alike. Its unique blend of captivating illustrations, engaging stories, recurring pages, and educational content strikes the perfect balance between the likes of kids and adults. 

Now get ready...the time has come for Heavy Sketches, a groundbreaking graphic novel of EPIC proportions. 

 

 

Heavy Sketches Among Worldly Distractions
Mary T. Kincaid
The story about making new friends in a new town. Mason Garcia struggles to find new interests and make friends away from his surfing and his beloved ocean. In a town with no surfing he finds a spooky park just down the block from his new house. Is it haunted? Can everyone see the Punwees? He sees them through his bedroom window. They open a door in a walnut on the tree and stand on the branch of a tree. Spend time in the world of little people. Imagine that there are little people all around your house, yard, and school. Mason is sent to counseling because no one else sees the little people, and his parents think he is having trouble adjusting to the move. Is it always better to talk to someone about what is going on in your life? Can Mason find someone to play video games with beside the little people who are very competitive? Everyone serious about something knows what it is like when they meet people who are not as serious as they are. Practice your reading with this adventure. A good story to read in chapters. This fantasy will expand your vocabulary and introduce you to Mason's world. About The Author I'm an Oklahoma girl who spent thirty years living in the deep South. I'm an observer. Everything can be the basis of a good story. Story ideas are everywhere. No need to give you my dates like I've passed from this life. I'm here. It's now. Let's read. I write stories for children. The golden age of adventure when they can still use their imagination is between the ages of six and twelve. I love creating worlds for them to explore. Reading is so important. It is the gateway to their future. I live with two cranky cats in northeast Oklahoma. I’m a widow. I can be contacted: Like me on Facebook: marytkincaidauthor Follow me on Twitter: @marykincaid2001 Follow me on Pinterest: marytkincaidauthor/blogger Website: http://www.marytkincaidauthor.com Mary Scroll up and grab your copy today.
Little Worlds of Magic
The story of a mole who hears singing the day he is born drifting into his den. His family doesn't make any noises like singing, so where is it coming from? Will he have the nerve to defy traditions and venture into no mole territory? Can he have membership in two worlds? Join him and see.
MORTIMER: A Chapter Book
Gina LoBiondo
For hundreds of years tales of dragons have been told and cherished. What child hasn't wished to have his or her own dragon or to fight the great fire-breathers? Pegasus – A Dragon’s Tale is the delightful, heartwarming story of two young bear cubs and the dragon they find that changes their lives forever.
Pegasus -- A Dragon's Tale
Hannah Hoffman
The Pathway to Dragons

The Portal to Pyranis


Nine-year-old Billy Jones dreams of having a pet dragon! After finding an odd book in the library titled The Pathway to Dragons, he and his two best friends, Maura and Roy, are off for a summer adventure at his Grandma Meg's beach house. Once there, strange events begin happening, and Billy is reminded that his Grandfather Hugo has been missing for many years. It's a family mystery. While strolling on the beach, the kids discover an underwater stone arch. They decide to swim through it, and...WHOOSH! They are transported to a fantastical forest, with a view of castle ruins on a distant hill! There, they meet young Talia, and Billy learns that a dragon egg belonging to his family is about to hatch. But beware the dragon hunters!

About the Author
Written for children by an author their age, eleven-year-old Hannah Hoffman hopes to inspire other young dreamers. If she's not at the barn, or in Pyranis, you will most likely Find Hannah sitting at her desk, coming up with new adventures for Talia and Billy!
The Pathway to Dragons: Book I: The Portal to Pyranis
Aric Cushing

When Alex Vambarey attends his first year at the Carpathian Academy, he has no idea that there are other creatures besides vampires. He's never met a gargoyle, or a pixie for that matter. Of course he's read about them -- in the Vampedia -- but in real life? No way. But now everyone's trying to figure out the Magus riddle and win the school prize. Even the Brownies are all befuddled! (new paragraph) Well, maybe it's natural. It's his first term, and there are all sorts of things that don't make any sense. Like all the janitors collecting dirt. That's just plain weird. No, there was definitely something bigger going on. Way bigger. And if he was right, the secret was somewhere in the Night Gallery. The secret about Carpathia, and the secret about himself!

Vampire Boy (Carpathia Chronicles Book 1)
Edward Stanton

The lyrical tale of a boy, a girl, their island, and how they saved it.

Wide as the Wind is the first novel to deal with the stunning, tragic history of Easter Island (Vaitéa). It could be described as quest fiction for all ages in the line of Tolkien's The Hobbit, but it is set in the real world, not Middle-earth. Wide as the Wind portrays Polynesian voyages across the Pacific Ocean in canoes with no metal parts or instruments: the greatest adventure in human prehistory, as bold as modern space voyages (National Geographic).

When Vaitéa is ravaged by war, hunger and destruction, it falls upon Miru, the fifteen-year-old son of a tribal warrior, to sail to a distant island to find the seeds and shoots of trees that could reforest their homeland. If he decides to undertake the voyage, he must leave behind Kenetéa, a young woman from an enemy tribe with whom he has fallen deeply in love. And if Miru and his crew survive the storms, sharks and marauding ships that await them on a journey over uncharted ocean, an even greater mission would lie ahead. They must show their people that devotion to the earth and sea can be as strong as war and hatred. Wide as the Wind is both a stirring novel of adventure and a prophetic tale for our times.

Wide as the Wind

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