Children - Preteen

Catch the Watercolored Wind

Jamestown 1617
By Jan Frazier

Life in seventeenth century Jamestown, Virginia is beautifully depicted in the amazing historical novel, Catch the Watercolored Wind by Jan Frazier. After his father dies in 1616, eleven-year-old Jeremiah Clements, his sister and two brothers sail from London to Jamestown with their newly widowed mother,...

Chronicles of Drenyon

The Golden Sword
By NLJ

Chronicles of Drenyon: The Golden Sword by NLJ is the first book in the Drenyon Series and details the journey of a young woman named Anya as she evolves from a relatively well-off and beautiful village girl into a true heroine. Like any good character,...

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The First Mission
By Ellwyn Autumn

It's only two days before Christmas and Patty desperately needs to see Santa Claus at the mall. In fact, she's brought along her resume to apply for a job. Her resume isn't much because Patty's not even twelve yet, but she feels this strong urge...

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Catch Me When I Fall

By Ceanmohrlass

As we are growing both physically and mentally, we always need someone in our lives to help us to transition through each stage of life. Sissel was that for Lina. In the short story Catch Me When I Fall by Ceanmohrlass, Lina adored her dad,...

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Cendrillon

The True Story of Cinderella
By Tom Hendricks

Cendrillon: The True Story of Cinderella is a novella for children and preteens written by Tom Hendricks. The narrator of the story, who remains anonymous, had an ornate chest that just happened to have an undiscovered secret drawer. One day, his housekeeper tripped over some...

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Christmas Nevermore

By Cadieux/Bastien

Christmas Nevermore by Cadieux/Bastien tackles the relevant topic of global warming and environmental issues through an interesting story. The story is set in a village called Akilineq. People living in this village belong to the Inuit culture and they feel that there is going to...

Cowslip

A Slave
By Betsy Haynes

Cowslip: A Slave by Betsy Haynes tells of slavery from a unique perspective - that of a 13-year-old female slave named Cowslip. The story starts during the Civil War as Cowslip and several other children are being sold at a slave auction and follows Cowslip...

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Chesca and the Spirit of Grace

By Lara O'Brien

Chesca and the Spirit of Grace is written by Lara O’Brien. Chesca is happy living on the farm with her Ma and Da and beloved farm animals who can talk. She has a special relationship with them, especially her pet mouse. When her mother is...

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Crowns and Kingdoms

Book One: Tarshish
By Norris Bloom

Crowns and Kingdoms Book One: Tarshish is a children’s fantasy adventure penned by Norris Bloom. Across many kingdoms, a group of kings agree to preserve their next-born children in order to protect them from Judoc and his vicious Night Invaders who threaten to wipe out...

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Creepy Friends

By Ronnie Stich

When thirteen-year-old Ally is confronted with what may be a ghost haunting her bedroom in Ronnie Stich’s new novel Creepy Friends, she does what anyone would do: she freaks out. After all, that just isn’t something that a normal girl who constantly struggles to fit...

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