Children - Fable

The Lonely House

By Scott Hook

Scott Hook is clearly fascinated by several things, primarily architecture, art, writing, and children, and he uses these interests, and his considerable skills, to present The Lonely House. The reader is taken through one man’s dream of the perfect home and its creation – and...

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Arnold and Louis

Gold Rush
By Harvey Storm

Arnold and Louis: Gold Rush is a children’s picture book written and illustrated by Harvey Storm. Arnold was a moose who lived in a house by the edge of a swamp, and who had big dreams. He dreamed of finding treasure and living a life...

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Annabelle's Santa

By Ranell Murphy

Annabelle’s Santa is a very enriching story concerning Annabelle and the many questions that she has for Nana and Papa about visiting the North Pole. Papa explains to Annabelle the very exciting mission that he was on from Santa. He made frequent trips to...

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Benjamin Birdie and the Tree Dwellers

By Michael Dotsikas

Benjamin Birdie and the Tree Dwellers: Book 2 is a children’s picture book written by Michael Dotsikas and illustrated by Morgan Spicer. After his first misadventure, as set out in Benjamin Birdie’s First Flight: Book 1, Benjamin both yearned to soar in the air with...

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My Fox Begins

By David Blaze

Little Fox is different from all the other young foxes. For one thing, he can stand on his hind legs. In fact, he prefers walking on just his hind legs. And, he can talk to and understand humans, as well as other animals. His mother...

Petro and The Flea King

By Kenneth Kit Lamug

Petro and The Flea King is an adventure story for children written and illustrated by Kenneth Kit Lamug. Petro’s story has its origins in a Philippine folktale called Juan Tamad at ang Pulgas. In it, Juan breaks a cooking pot and goes off to buy...

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No Trespassing

Echidna's Darlings Volume 1
By M.E. Palmer

Gina Daniels believes that she is the ugliest girl in Franklin High School and John Walters, the school bully, always reminds her about it in the story No Trespassing: Echidna’s Darlings Volume One by M.E. Palmer. Gina always tries to avoid him, but one day...

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Chasing The Sun

By Mike Masserman, Oren Masserman, Tal Masserman

Tiki the Turtle is confused one evening as he watches the sun disappear. His curiosity takes him on an exciting journey over mountains, sea, and land. Tiki meets some interesting animals on his travels, including monkeys, pelicans, and dolphins, but none of them can answer...

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Junah Tales: Secret of the Garden

Fables for a Healthy Happy Life
By M. R. Neer

Junah is a very special black and white cat. He was brought to life by three sisters: Sister Sara who was the planner who played the guitar, Sister Laka who watered the plants and sang, and Sister Duma who didn’t say very much, but when...

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

By Washington Irving abridged by Fiza Pathan and Michaelangelo Zane

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a classic work of speculative fiction written by Washington Irving and abridged by Fiza Pathan and Michaelangelo Zane, with black and white illustrations by Farzana Cooper. This version is written for children ages 7-12. Sleepy Hollow is a quiet...

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