Bathtime turns into an adventure as the bathtub turns into a cereal box! Like most cereal boxes, it has a treasure at the bottom. During her adventure to find the treasure, Leighton meets lots of new friends between cereal pieces and is having so much fun! Suddenly, an evil octopus tricks her! Can she and her new friends find the treasure and save the day?
Dawn has a secret. If only she could remember what her secret is. Instead, her mind goes dark and she wakes up, bruised and bloody in strange places, barely able to speak. The doctors call them fugues. Her dad calls them dangerous. Her mom and stepdad call them problematic. All Dawn knows is that she is feeling less and less comfortable in her skin.
Grace is out picking flowers when she wanders into the woods and loses sight of her mother. Lost and confused, Grace seeks out the help of some forest friends, but doesn’t listen to their instructions and continues deeper into the woods before they can help her find her way out. Can Grace learn patience and obedience before she gets too far from home to return?
A little boy named Fredrich hates time. It’s always “time to go to bed” or “time to leave.” One night, he is up very late at his grandfather’s house. At midnight, he notices that all the clocks have stopped working. He gets up to try to find his grandfather, who fixes clocks, and notices a light on in his grandfather's workshop. Armed with his carriage clock, he heads out to the workshop to prove how stupid clocks are.
Written by a grandmother for her granddaughter, Isla, Isla Dilah’s Nursery Rhymes takes traditional nursery rhymes like Baa Baa Black Sheep, Little Miss Muffet, and Hickory Dickory Dock and customizes them to Isla’s love of blue cheese, Nana’s animals, and their video chats. The book details Isla’s everyday life as well as her relationships with her grandparents and her grandparents' animals.
After watching her parents’ relationship fall apart, Beth is determined to keep her five friends together no matter what. Nothing will separate them, not even college. But when tragedy strikes and one of her friends, Jason, almost dies, she realizes that she might not be holding on tight enough, or worse, she might not be enough. But a few weeks later, everyone else seems to want to forget that anything happened, and they are even considering attending different colleges! Beth can’t understand. Don’t they feel the crushing weight of keeping Jason alive?