Juvenile Fiction

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    The Peanut Pickle
    A Story about Peanut Allergy
    By Jessica Jacobs, Illustrated by Jacquelyn Roslyn
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Living with a peanut allergy is hard, and peanuts are everywhere! Ben ate peanut butter when he was young and he had a bad allergic reaction. At first he was too scared to speak up about his allergy and tell people that he couldn’t be around peanuts. Now at six years old, he knows that speaking up is... [READ MORE]
    The Secret Room
    By Antonia Michaelis
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Achim is eleven years old when he moves from the orphanage to the house by the sea. Here everything is strange and new. But one day he discovers an unusual door that leads to a circular room with walls made of rough stone. The light coming through the window is hazy, as if the room is under water. It... [READ MORE]
    Mr. Big
    A Tale of Pond Life
    By Carol Dembicki, By Matt Dembicki
    (Sky Pony Press)
    In a watery world where only the strong survive, the reptiles and fish living in a small pond launch a plan to eradicate Mr. Big, a snapping turtle that is terrorizing them. Despite a few protests from some pond dwellers, who warn of the potential consequences this could have, the animals solicit the... [READ MORE]
    Ghost Doll and Jasper
    By Fiona McDonald
    (Sky Pony Press)
    What happens when a broken doll is touched by stardust? She becomes a ghost doll, of course! The newly awakened Ghost Doll and her companion Jasper, a mangy black cat, set off in search of a safe place to live. But the city is new and dangerous territory for Ghost Doll (who fell asleep in quieter times).... [READ MORE]
    Oscar Wilde's The Selfish Giant
    By Oscar Wilde, By Mary Hollingsworth, Illustrated by Bill Bell
    (Sky Pony Press)
    After seven years, the Giant has nothing left to say to his friend the Cornish ogre, and so he returns home to his castle—only to find that in his absence, the children have been playing in his beautiful garden. At once the selfish Giant builds a high wall to keep the children out of the garden. Winter... [READ MORE]
    The Story of the Little Piggy Who Couldn't Say No
    By Sabine Ludwig, Illustrated by Sabine Wilharm
    (Sky Pony Press)
    A little pig is ready for a big day of swimming—she's packed a huge bag stuffed with toys, books, towels, hats, food, and more. But friends keep stopping the little pig on the way to the water. A dog borrows her flotation ring, a cat needs her sunhat, and a crocodile demands the little pig's sunglasses.... [READ MORE]
    The Journey of the Noble Gnarble
    By Daniel Errico, Illustrated by Tiffany Turrill
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The gnarble wants nothing more than to swim up above the waters to see the blue sky, but gnarbles don't have flappers like blyfish do, and gnarbles don't even have koggers like the swimming gungaloo! But though gnarbles never swim so high, this particular gnarble is determined to see the sunlit sky.... [READ MORE]
    I Am Not Little Red Riding Hood
    By Alessandro Lecis, Illustrated by Linda Wolfsgruber
    (Sky Pony Press)
    A little girl enters the snowy forest wearing a vibrant red scarf and holding a basket in hand. But don't be fooled—this is not a story about Little Red Riding Hood! The little girl soon meets, not an incredulous wolf, but rather a courteous, white bear. When asked what is in the basket she replies,... [READ MORE]
    The Little Paintbrush
    By Bjørn F. Rørvik, Illustrated by Thore Hansen
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The little paintbrush is often teased by all the other brushes in the cabinet, who have thick bristles and are chosen by their artist to create many paintings. They boast all day about the pieces they've helped create, and the little paintbrush yearns to be like them. One day, the little paintbrush is... [READ MORE]
    Springy Chicken
    By Isabel Atherton, Illustrated by Bethany Straker
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Martha’s the tallest chicken on the farm—and it’s not because she hit a growth spurt. Unfortunately, instead of normal chicken legs to hold her up, Martha’s legs are two giant yellow springs. After a run-in with a nasty fox, the farmer does the best he can to fix poor Martha, but it just isn’t the same.... [READ MORE]
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