Juvenile Fiction

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    Camp Dork
    By Beth Vrabel
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Lucy and her pack are back, in this sequel to Beth Vrabel’s heartwarming and humorous debut, Pack of Dorks. Sheldon convinces Lucy, Sam, April, and Amanda to join him at a weeklong sleep-away summer camp—Camp Paleo: Live Like a Caveman. Like cavemen, they’re going to have to make do without air conditioning... [READ MORE]
    Piglet Bo Is Not Scared!
    By Geert De Kockere, Illustrated by Tineke Van Hemeldonck
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Piglet Bo insists that he is not scared. Not scared of anything and not scared of anyone. And if you think he seems scared, well, you’re misunderstanding the situation. Really, Piglet Bo can’t go into the dark cave because he doesn’t want to disturb the bats. And he can’t go into the deep pit because... [READ MORE]
    Playing Juliet
    By JoAnne Stewart Wetzel
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Beth Sondquist, age twelve and a half, dreams of playing the part of Juliet. For now she’s just the cat in Cinderella, but one day, she’s determined to become a real actress. But all her hopes for an acting career come crashing down when the Oakfield Children’s Theater is slated to be closed. Its new... [READ MORE]
    Liars and Losers Like Us
    By Ami Allen-Vath
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Keep calm and make it to prom night—without a legit panic attack.For seventeen-year-old Bree Hughes, it’s easier said than done when gossip, grief, and the opportunity to fail at love are practically high-fiving her in the hallways of Belmont High.When Bree’s crush, Sean Mills, gives her his phone number,... [READ MORE]
    Puddle Jumpers
    By Anne Margaret Lewis, Illustrated by Nancy Cote
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s a rainy day in the month of May and Sam spots a rainbow, and then a puddle. A perfect spring puddle. His mother warns, “No! No jumping in puddles! You must keep clean today!” but Sam can’t stop himself from testing the water with his galoshes. And then the puddle invites him to play. The puddle... [READ MORE]
    Roses
    The Tales Trilogy, Book 1
    By Rose Mannering
    (Sky Pony Press)
    She bears no name. Her silvery appearance is freakish to the numerous inhabitants of Sago, the cosmopolitan capital of Pevorocco in the Western Realm. With her mother vanishing at the instance of her birth, she is sent to live with the cruel, rich Ma Dane, where she is punished daily for something, though... [READ MORE]
    The Well of Prayers
    By Anne Boles Levy
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The follow-up to The Temple of Doubt, by the author who Jonathan Maberry called “a powerful new voice in teen fantasy fiction. . . . Expect great things!” Hadara, now sixteen years old, is still recovering from the night she assisted the Azwans, mighty magi, in destroying a demon that fell from the stars.... [READ MORE]
    Tough Cookie
    By Kate Louise, Illustrated by Grace Sandford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When this gingerbread man was baked, someone forgot to put in the ginger. He’s made of eggs and cinnamon and flour and butter and sugar, but he’s missing a key ingredient! Without ginger, the gingerbread man feels like he’s not really a gingerbread man at all! He can’t be sold in the bakery, so he lives... [READ MORE]
    The Wanderers
    By Kate Ormand
    (Sky Pony Press)
    A Unique Twist on Shape-Shifters with Fast-Paced Action, Thrilling Adventure, Mystery, and a Bit of Romance Flo lives an eccentric life—she travels with a popular circus in which the main acts star orphaned children with secret shape-shifting abilities. Once Flo turns sixteen, she must perform, but she’s... [READ MORE]
    Watch the Birdie!
    Illustrated by Nancy Cote
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Mousey was watching a baby bird when it fell from its nest. The baby bird is okay, but she can’t fly yet! So how will she get back up the tree to safety? Mousey may be too small to get the baby bird back up by himself, but maybe he can find somebody else who can! Maybe a frog can jump high enough. Or... [READ MORE]
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