Nine-year-old Ginger has a mild seizure disorder. Although her seizures don’t happen very often, they are huge to her. Because of the seizures, Ginger is on medications that stunt her growth and make her feel like an outsider. When her mom announces that they’re going to move to a new home in the country, Ginger starts to panic about facing new bullies at her new school. Will Ginger crumble under the pressure of the move, or will she manage to flourish instead? Targeted Age Group:: … [Read more...] about The Woes of a Ginger Named Red–Book 1: The Big Move by Andrea Witt
Small Heroes ~ Big Adventure! Marty knew it was going to be a strange morning. But she had no idea that her life was about to change forever—or possibly end. As her troubles compound, Marty learns the Castle of Light has fallen to a rogue Blue Witch and her monstrous Lutabeast army. With everyone’s fate hanging in the balance, Marty is thrust into an unexpected and dangerous adventure. Her only companion? Roger Ruzo—the unlikeliest of friends. Only one thing’s for sure. If she can’t … [Read more...] about Marty: The Completely Unexpected, Absolutely Dangerous, and Rather Fun Adventure. by E.W. Choate Jr.
This is the story of what its like to be a baseball at a Major League game. Bennie the Talking Ball takes you on a journey through a nine inning game from his point of view. Along the journey he shares lots of facts about the "grand old game". Targeted Age Group:: 9-14 What Inspired You to Write Your Book? The inspiration for this story comes from my son's belief that "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" is my favorite song. And, it may, very well be. So it's part of … [Read more...] about A Ball’s Game by Stefan Mathis
When middle schoolers Cassie, Dayne, and Natasha wake up with brand-new superpowers, they think these gifts are going to solve all their problems. Cassie, who's going blind, can use her power to "see" in a whole new way. Dayne, the youngest of eight kids, can finally be the hero of the family instead of the ninth wheel. And Natasha can glimpse the secrets she's always wanted to know about her parents and grandmother. They quickly find out, however, that the gifts are temporary. They'll vanish … [Read more...] about The Supernormal Ability Cookie Kids’ Club by Sally Appert
It’s the first day of summer vacation and twelve-year-old Mallory, armed with too much imagination and not enough common sense, sets out to prove she really does have a guardian angel, only to discover that everything she believed is not quite how she imagined it, especially when her bullying cousin Jo visits the farm and proves to be more trouble than Mallory or her guardian angel can handle. Targeted Age Group:: 9-12 What Inspired You to Write Your Book? When I was writing my second … [Read more...] about The Misadventures of Mallory Malo by Kenn Crawford
Exploring a mysterious cave in the mountains behind their house, John and his sister Sarah are shocked to discover they’ve time traveled to ancient Egypt! Now they must work together to find a way back home from an ancient civilization of golden desert sand and a towering new pyramid, without parents to save them. The adventures abound—cobras, scorpions, a tomb robber, and more! The two kids have to trust each other, make friends who can help, and survive the challenges thrown at them . . . or … [Read more...] about The Eye of Ra by Ben Gartner
Twelve-year-old Brody, and his kid brother, are sent to stay with their reclusive Aunt Sally, when their mom falls seriously ill. But, they soon discover things are not as they appear, and a strange phenomenon is happening in the small retro town. What mystery is Tucker’s Mountain hiding? Unsure of who or what they can trust, the boys embark on a hunt for answers that reveals more than they bargained for. Targeted Age Group:: 9-12 What Inspired You to Write Your Book? Years ago, … [Read more...] about Visitors by WJ Scott