Child’s game turns deadly for inventor
Jennifer Minicus | Apr 27 2017 | comment  
A book for mystery and puzzle-lovers alike

Novel examines social challenges of pre-teens
Jennifer Minicus | Mar 13 2017 | comment  
Starting middle school can be nerve-wracking.

There’s a new cat in town
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 23 2017 | comment  
Jenny may be shy, but that won't keep her down.

Young readers have a new heroine
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 9 2017 | comment  
A bright new series for beginner readers

Explorers lost in Antartica
Jennifer Minicus | Dec 1 2016 | comment  
Archer is determined to find his famous grandparents.

The best book I read last summer
Jennifer Minicus | Nov 3 2016 | comment  
Nella thinks she knows her family until tragedy strikes their neighborhood.

Desperate times call for desperate measures
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 20 2016 | comment  
Raymie wants her father to come home.

Friendly neighbors make for a pleasant neighborhood
Jennifer Minicus | Aug 11 2016 | comment  
A new beginner reader series

Loyalty never goes out of style
Jennifer Minicus | Apr 6 2016 | comment  
Randal does what is right despite the cost.

Everyone needs a friend
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 29 2016 | comment  
Everyone has a gift to share.

Octopus terrifies villagers
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 25 2016 | comment  
In reality, the sea creature has more to fear than they.

Birds of a feather flock together
Jennifer Minicus | Sep 4 2015 | comment  
Mr. Brown is proud of his hat.

Boy nearly dies after bee attack
Jennifer Minicus | Jun 26 2015 | comment  
Native Americans befriend a young settler.

Life is nothing but a board game
Tim Golden | Jun 24 2015 | comment  
A cross between science fiction and fantasy.

Affirmation empowers
Jennifer Minicus | May 1 2015 | comment  
A young elf proves that compassion is stronger than any weapon.

Friendship does not always require words
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 13 2015 | comment  
This author says it all with pictures.

A book that became a TV show
Tim Golden | Dec 1 2014 | comment  
Robert is bullied by Niker but befriended by Kate.

Blood is thicker than water
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 22 2014 | comment  
Ariana is proud of her Afghan heritage.

Love thy neighbor -  even when it is difficult
Jane Fagan | Oct 13 2014 | comment  
Unusual neighbors bring adventure to Tilda's dull town.

A friendship that crosses race barriers
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 10 2014 | comment  
Young Phillip overcomes racial prejudices.

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