Juvenile Fiction

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    The Truth
    Diary of a Gutsy Tween
    By Barbara Becker Holstein
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Growing up is tough. Adults don’t always understand you (even though they were once kids), and children today face increasing pressure to be, look, or act a certain way. Written in the voice of a girl on the cusp of becoming a teenager, The Truth provides young girls with an opportunity to see how a... [READ MORE]
    Mo Smells the Ballpark
    By Margaret Hyde, With Nichelle Robinson, Illustrated by Aman Chaudhary
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s Bark in the Park day at the baseball stadium! Mo, Jasper, Molly, and Lucky are excited to be at the stadium to watch the game. Mo gets busy right away, smelling the peanuts, hotdogs, cotton candy, and more as they make their way down to the field for the doggie parade. But when Lucky dashes onto... [READ MORE]
    A New House for Charlie
    By Doris Lecher
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Charlie, like all small snails, lives in a shell. And since this two-in-one protective cover is strapped onto his back, Charlie carries his home with him everywhere. One day, while having a snail race with his friends—as snails like to do—there’s a terrible accident. As Charlie nears the finish line,... [READ MORE]
    Stella and Steve Travel through Space!
    By James Duffett-Smith, Illustrated by Bethany Straker
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Did you know that Jupiter is eleven times the size of Earth? The solar system is an incredible place that is still mostly unexplored. So, when Stella and her family move to a new town—where Stella has no friends except for her dog Steve—she goes exploring. In this educational book, travel across the... [READ MORE]
    Future Flash
    By Kita Helmetag Murdock
    (Sky Pony Press)
    For as long as she can remember, Laney’s been having “future flashes”—visions of the future that she sees when she makes physical contact with another person. Left on a doorstep as a baby, Laney’s past has always been cloudy to her, despite the clarity with which she can see the future. Her caretaker,... [READ MORE]
    Daniel in the Lions’ Den
    The Brick Bible for Kids
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Daniel has been ordered, along with the other subjects of King Darius’s Persian Empire, to pray to no other god or man but the king for a whole month. But Daniel continues to pray to God, ignoring the official edict and making King Darius quite mad. Determined to see Daniel pay for not following his... [READ MORE]
    Double Exposure
    By Bridget Birdsall
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Nominated for the Lambda Literary Award and the Foreword Reviews' INDIE Book of the Year First place winner of the Wisconsin Council of Writers' Tofte/Wright Children's Literature Award Fifteen-year-old Alyx Atlas was raised as a boy, yet she knows something others don’t. She’s a girl. And after her... [READ MORE]
    Foxly's Feast
    Illustrated by Owen Davey
    (Sky Pony Press)
    To say that Foxly is hungry would be an understatement—he can’t stop thinking about food! He’s completely ravenous. So Foxly sets out to find something delicious and filling. First, he discovers a deserted bag of groceries. But will it be enough to fill this fox? It looks like he has something bigger... [READ MORE]
    Just a Drop of Water
    By Kerry O'Malley Cerra
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Ever since he was little, Jake Green has longed to be a soldier and a hero like his grandpa, who died serving his country. Right now, though, he just wants to outsmart—and outrun—the rival cross country team, the Palmetto Bugs. But then the tragedy of September 11 happens. It’s quickly discovered that... [READ MORE]
    Little Louie
    Illustrated by Kathryn Finney
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Louie is one special dog. His tongue likes to hang out of his mouth, and his extra-long legs make him pretty clumsy. Still, Louie dreams of being a champion dog like his brothers. Louie spends most of his time playing with his favorite toy—his ball. He can bounce it and toss it, and soon he hopes to... [READ MORE]
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