Juvenile Fiction

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    Jonah and the Whale
    The Brick Bible for Kids
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Jonah was a stubborn man. When God came to Jonah to preach repentance to the Ninevites, Jonah wasn’t interested. After all, besides being known far and wide for their wickedness, Nineveh was also one of Israel’s greatest enemies. So why should Jonah help them? Instead, Jonah decided to ignore God and... [READ MORE]
    Bob & Rob & Corn on the Cob
    Illustrated by Todd McQueen
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Bob and Rob are two squirrels who just love eating corn on the cob. Their friends—a duck, a dog, a chicken, and a piglet—also love corn on the cob, but not Ella Mae Dobbs, a rabbit with a more refined palate. She’s a little bit of a snob when it comes to trying foods she doesn’t like. She prefers curly-cut... [READ MORE]
    Satan's Prep
    A Graphic Novel
    By Gabe Guarente, By (artist) Dave Fox
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Seventeen-year-old Trevor Loomis's high school is literally Hell. In an unfortunate theological snafu, Trevor dies and finds himself in the afterlife at Satan's Prep, a Dante-inspired private school for lost souls. From science class (where he's the experiment) to gym class (involving deadly games of... [READ MORE]
    Sky Run
    By Alex Shearer
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Peggy Piercy, a 112-year-old crofter, lives on a remote island farm, raising her great-great-grandniece Gemma and her great-great-grandnephew Martin. Eight years ago, Gemma and Martin were brought to Peggy and entrusted to her care, having been orphaned after their parents disappeared while traveling... [READ MORE]
    Dark Days
    By Kate Ormand
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The future world has been divided into sectors—each the same as the other. Surrounded by thick steel fences, there is no way in and no way out. Yet a cyborg army penetrates each sector, picking off its citizens one by one, until no one is left. Behind the sectors’ thick walls, the citizens wait to die.... [READ MORE]
    This Old Band
    By Tamera Will Wissinger, Illustrated by Matt Loveridge
    (Sky Pony Press)
    What kinds of instruments would you imagine a band of cowboys playing? Surely nothing fancy, but they can still make do with what they have, like jugs, combs, boots, and whatever else they can find. Out on the open range, with no one to tell them to quit their hollerin’, a cowboy band counts from ten... [READ MORE]
    The Juggling Pug
    By Sean Bryan, Illustrated by Tom Murphy
    (Sky Pony Press)
    A town becomes instantly famous when one special pug begins to juggle. But the pug is also mischievous, messy, and quite naughty. He digs holes in the yard, drinks all the soda in the fridge, and even poops on the rug! This continues until, finally, a little girl has had enough. It’s only when the town... [READ MORE]
    Antonia and the Big Competition
    The Rosenburg Riding Stables, Volume 2
    By Elisabeth Zöller, By Brigitte Kolloch, Illustrated by Betina Gotzen-Beek
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Antonia’s greatest love is riding horses. So it’s no surprise that her dream is to become a successful show jumper. But when her riding instructor presents an opportunity for Antonia to realize her dream by entering her for a big show-jumping competition, Antonia’s courage seems to fail her. After all,... [READ MORE]
    Pandemic
    By Yvonne Ventresca
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The 2015 SCBWI Crystal Kite Winner for the Atlantic region! Even under the most normal circumstances, high school can be a painful and confusing time. Unfortunately, Lilianna’s circumstances are anything but normal. Only a few people know what caused her sudden change from model student to the withdrawn... [READ MORE]
    Father's Chinese Opera
    Illustrated by Rich Lo
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold. Spending a summer backstage at his father’s Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to be a part of the show. Rehearsing the... [READ MORE]
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