Invisible Magic Wand to the Rescue

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By Rafael Jacimin

Invisible Magic Wand to the Rescue (narrated by Eric Wickstrom) is a story of magic for the elementary school crowd. Rafael Jacimin’s engaging tale of magic wands, waffles, and an earthquake begins over the breakfast table, when Grandpa makes waffles for Caspian and his sister...

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Couch Potato Crisis

Couch Potato Chronicles Book 2
By Erik Rounds

Couch Potato Crisis by Erik Rounds is the second book in the Couch Potato Chronicles. Princess Kiwi is no stranger to being kidnapped but this latest time has hit a personal note with Tasha as the culprit is none other than her nemesis Queen Murderjoy....

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Can I Keep Her?

2nd book in the Kingdom of Mir series
By Lois Wickstrom

The Wise Old Woman advises Wynnie to get rid of the mysterious egg she finds on the castle wall – before it’s too late. But Wynnie wants to keep the egg and the baby dragon the Wise Old Woman tells her grows inside. It’s too...

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Treasure Hunt

Grandma's Closet Book 4
By Lois Wickstrom

“Dowsing doesn’t just mean getting wet. It can also mean finding treasure without any clues.” What if you had a pair of dowsing rods? Something that would find whatever you asked it to find? Like divining rods used by diviners to find underground water? Would...

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Steve Tanner and the End of the World

By Dr. A.

Steve Tanner and the End of the World by Dr. A. is a children’s science fiction book about two young human boys, an earth-turned-ghost-planet, and a too-good-to-be-true alien paradise. When humans started their exodus from earth, Steve, the 13-year-old eponymous hero of this story and...

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Twillaby Pond

By Patricia L.H. Black

Twillaby Pond, written by Patricia L. H. Black and illustrated by Deborah Hayhurst, introduces the young reader to a whole world of fanciful creatures: striped pricklychore, quadot, merm, pret, wee-pock, myrtie, rissie, and more. The lilting rhymes take a wee-pock and a water-blue pret on...

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Watch What You Wish For

After all, wishes aren't always just about fairy tales...
By Valerie Anne Hudson

What a great read even for a wizened adult! I enjoyed every word of Watch Out What You Wish For by Valerie Anne Hudson. It’s for kids, and I can’t wait for our next family gathering to read it to the grandkids, who for some...

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Xenia Navarro and the Magic Ants

By Lois Wickstrom, Milagros Darling

As a child, Xenia Navarro trained herself to stay away from trouble. Even the slightest conflict with the authorities might have grave consequences for her Mexican mother, Josephina, who had lingered on US soil after her fiancée visa expired. However, their sneaky neighbor seems intent...

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Zoey and the Magical Hummingbirds

By Ebonie P. Fields

Zoey and the Magical Hummingbirds by Ebonie P. Fields follows a young girl as she discovers the joy of having a sibling and family through her adventures on the island of Jamaica. Jealous of her new sibling, Zoey runs away from home. She meets two...

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Tame the Beast

By D.K. Brantley

Everyone gets angry. In Tame the Beast, D.K. Brantley has written a rhyming story about how you can handle that beast. Several colorful beasts – including a werewolf, vampire, mummy, and swamp thing - demonstrate what it looks like to feel angry and they are...

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