Juvenile Fiction

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    Our House Is Round
    A Kid's Book About Why Protecting Our Earth Matters
    By Yolanda Kondonassis, Illustrated by Joan Brush
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Called “the perfect children’s introduction to environmental issues” by Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, Our House Is Round gently guides young readers through a smartly narrated conversation illuminating the concept of global connection and environmental cause and effect. This... [READ MORE]
    Count the Sheep to Sleep
    By Philippa Rae, Illustrated by Stéphanie Röhr
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “Late last night I lay in bed and found I couldn’t sleep. So I scrunched my eyes up tightly and counted woolly sheep.” In this amusing bedtime story, a little girl decides she must count sheep in order to fall asleep. Starting at ten, her sheep begin to suffer humorous mishaps as she happily drifts into... [READ MORE]
    Ellis Goes to the Doctor
    By Siri Reuterstrand, Illustrated by Jenny Wik
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Poor Ellis, usually so energetic, is sick! After days of coughing and not sleeping well, his parents take him to the doctor. There, Ellis gets poked and prodded, and so does his monkey, Ballowits. It can be scary going to the doctor for the first time, but the doctor is very nice and Ellis and his monkey... [READ MORE]
    Sophomore Campaign
    A Mickey Tussler Novel
    By Frank Nappi
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s 1949 and eighteen-year-old pitching phenom Mickey Tussler is back with the rejuvenated minor league Brewers in the sequel to The Legend of Mickey Tussler (the basis for the television movie A Mile in His Shoes). Despite Mickey’s proclamation that he will never play baseball again after last season’s... [READ MORE]
    The Lemonade Ripple
    A Sweet Story of Kindness and Charity
    By Paul Reichert
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When Caroline watches her disabled friend Shannon struggling with an old, rusty, squeaking, and wobbling wheelchair, she decides to use her grandmother’s secret recipe to make and sell lemonade to raise money for a brand-new wheelchair. When the neighborhood kids see Caroline trying to help, they choose... [READ MORE]
    Hurricane Wills
    By Sally Grindley
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “There’s a hurricane smashing, trashing, bashing through our house. CRASH! BANG! WALLOP!” The hurricane is Wills, Chris’s thirteen-year-old brother. He has ADHD. Having a brother who causes so much chaos around the house is hard on eleven-year-old Chris. Sometimes Wills acts like he’s six years younger,... [READ MORE]
    Noah's Ark
    The Brick Bible for Kids
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The story of Noah and his ark full of two of every animal on Earth has been a favorite Bible story of children for years. And now, for the first time, Noah’s Ark is brought to life through LEGOS®! Kids will love seeing the world’s flood and God’s subsequent covenant with Noah to never destroy mankind... [READ MORE]
    David's World
    A Picture Book about Living with Autism
    By Dagmar H. Mueller, Illustrated by Verena Ballhaus
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “Sometimes I do not like David. He is so different. He speaks a different language. . . . David is my brother.” Thus begins a moving story about David, who has autism, and his older brother, who is trying to understand the world David inhabits. David does not like when people are noisy; he does not like... [READ MORE]
    The Story of a Boy Who Learns How to Think Before He Acts
    By Miriam Chaikin, Illustrated by Gabriel Lisowski
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Around two hundred years ago, Eastern European communities of Hasidim, Jewish thinkers, and mystics throve. Among the Hasidim were the tzadikim—“the righteous ones”—who were the holiest of all. One such tzadik in the nineteenth century was Kotsker Rebbe, who helped guide thousands of Jews who sought... [READ MORE]
    Marathon Mouse
    By Amy Dixon, Illustrated by Sam Denlinger
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The mice of New York City dread the day of the New York City Marathon more than any other—the crowds, the large shoes, the noise. All of them, that is, except for Preston. He and his family live underneath the starting line on the Verrazano Bridge and every year Preston has dreamed of joining all the... [READ MORE]
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