Children - Adventure

Oy, Elephants!

By Deborah Stevenson

In Oy, Elephants! by Deborah Stevenson, the author blends two topics together; that of taking care of elephants so that they survive for future generations to appreciate, and she also showcases the bonding between grandparents and grandchildren. Joel is excited to spend his school break...

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Oh Susannah

Things That Go Bump
By Carole P. Roman

Oh Susannah: Things That Go Bump by Carole P. Roman is a thrilling children's book about a young girl named Susannah. Susannah was invited to a sleepover at her best friend Lola's house, but she doesn't want to accept. Lola's house is old, and makes...

Oh Susannah

Color With Me
By Carole P. Roman

Oh Susannah: Color With Me is a beautiful coloring book by author Carole P. Roman. But it’s not just any coloring book! It is based on the series of chapter books Oh Susannah, but now children can color the pictures. After reading the book about...

Oliver and the Little Ghost

The Fantastic Adventures of Oliver Phenomena (Volume 2)
By Andrew Klein

Oliver and the Little Ghost by Andy Klein is the second book in The Fantastic Adventures of Oliver Phenomena series. Right away young readers are told that Oliver is a very different little boy, one with the ability to attract "unusual encounters with curious things."...

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On My Way to the Lilikoi Tree

By Jonna Ocampo

Such colorful, friendly animals! Children will love the illustrations of cuddly animals created by illustrator Rich Olson in On My Way to the Lilikoi Tree by Jonna Amato Ocampo. The well-designed front cover attracts the attention of children and parents and draws them into the...

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Olive and the Great Flood

By Connie Arnold

Olive and the Great Flood is a wonderful and warm story that children and parents will read again and again. Author Connie Arnold tells the story of Noah’s Ark from the point of view of Olive, the dove, but it’s not a biblical story; instead...

Opal vs. The Woods

*and dogs and raccoons and foxes and coyotes and mean squirrels and hunger and hawks and the dark and owls and other random scary stuff
By Tony Wirt

Opal vs. The Woods is a humorous children’s book, written and illustrated by Tony Wirt. After becoming lost in the woods, domesticated (and declawed) cat, Opal, finds herself in a bit of a pickle. Unable to find her way back home after wandering into the...

On The Luck Of An Irish Sailor

By Mike Mirabella

Author Mike Mirabella spins a wonderful yarn of an Irish sailor with tales from the ocean blue in On The Luck Of An Irish Sailor. Using rhyme, he reveals the story with words that sound like a pirate in an Irish pub. The sailor who...

Out of the Box

By Greg McGoon

Devin, the main character in Out of the Box, is very imaginative. He can see so many adventures in an ordinary box that his friends cannot see. The box is so much more. Author Greg McGoon has written a wonderful book that makes people...

Operation Space Cats

The Rescue Mission
By Lesa McKee

Operation Space Cats: The Rescue Mission is a children’s book written by Lesa McKee and illustrated by Heather E. Culler. Ten-year-old Darla’s parents mysteriously disappear whilst on a mission in outer space, visiting the planet Candar. When news of their disappearance is brought to the...

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