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The Dragonet

Cordelia Castel - 2020
    An injured dragonet. A friendship that will unite a broken kingdom. For nearly two decades, the Kingdom of Volcania has enjoyed peace from the tyranny of dragons. Until Ashira Longblade dreams of an injured dragonet on the verge of death. She should report the baby dragon to the king’s warriors for destruction. Instead, she finds the tiny creature and nurses it to health. Her hidden meetings with the dragonet fills a void in her heart, but when the dragonet morphs into a fully-grown dragon, her life becomes fraught with danger. The penalty for harboring a dragon is execution—both for her, the dragon, and her step-family. To avoid detection, she plans to hide the dragon in the deepest catacombs, but her newly-strengthened friend has other plans. Has Ashira made a deadly mistake, or will her bond with the red dragon lead to a life of freedom and adventure? If you like Eragon, Dragon Riders of Pern, and How to Tame Your Dragon, one-click Cordelia Castel’s new fantasy adventure now!

The Crocodile Who Swallowed The Sun

Bachar Karroum - 2020

The Witches of Salix Pointe

Noelle Vella - 2020
    Simons Island and Jekyll Island, Salix Pointe is not a place that many people know of. As a part of the Golden Isles of Georgia, it’s never mentioned because of all the Weeping Willows that grow there. The surrounding town’s folk call it the Island of Death.Elisa Hunte never let the old suspicions bother her. Yeah, there had been some strange things that had happened in the town like floating objects and people disappearing in the night, but that happened everywhere, didn’t it? Even though every night, she dreamed of the same faceless man who did things to her body that were carnal sins, she knew most of the talk about Salix Pointe was just old folklore. Elisa also knew that she was different. She seemed to sense things before they happened. That was just good ole instinct, right?Tasmin Pettiford was a city girl through and through. She hated the country, particularly Salix Pointe. If it wasn’t for the fact that her favorite aunt had recently passed away, and willed her bookstore to her, Tasmin would have never returned to the island that disturbed her on so many levels. There were stories of townspeople practicing magic regularly, others seeming to vanish without a trace, and the bookstore seemed to be the epicenter of all things weird and unusual. Tasmin couldn’t offload the property fast enough. The sooner it was sold, the sooner she'd be back in New York, away from the mosquitoes, the bookstore, and the eeriness of a town that caused many a nightmare during her childhood. Or could it really be that simple?Not to mention, Elisa couldn’t explain why her body reacted the way it did to the town’s brooding vet, Dafari Battle. And when his even sexier brother Octavian Jerrod stepped into town, dragging otherworldly trouble along, Salix Pointe will never be the same.Elisa and Tasmin may not want to put too much stock into the folklore of Salix Pointe, but there is a reason that the universe has brought the two women together.

Ladybug Blue

Laura Yirak - 2012
    There's a problem outside and this cute bug is going to fix it by swapping colors. TThis is a fun and colorful, fully illustrated ebook, for ages 18 months and up.

Samurai's Apprentice

David Walters - 2011
    All this seems far removed from Kami, a boy who quietly goes about his everyday life in his farm village until one day he trips over the unconsious body of a warrior hidden in the long grass.That discovery will lead him on an adventure across the warring kingdoms, facing assassins and enemy soldiers as he journeys to the capital to face the new Shogun. Through his travels he aspires to become a samurai, and in his many challenges he eventually comes to understand what it means to be one.

The Boy Who Cried Over Everything

Betsy Childs - 2011
    An experience with a slingshot and a sparrow helps him realize that it's okay to cry when you are sad, but it's best not to cry when you're mad.

Articles on Enid Blyton Series, Including: The Famous Five (Series), the Secret Seven, Malory Towers, the Faraway Tree, St. Clare's (Series), the Five Find-Outers, the Adventure Series, the Wishing Chair (Series), the Circus Series

Hephaestus Books - 2011
    Hephaestus Books represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated from Wikipedia articles and images under Creative Commons licensing, although as Hephaestus Books continues to increase in scope and dimension, more licensed and public domain content is being added. We believe books such as this represent a new and exciting lexicon in the sharing of human knowledge. This particular book is a collaboration focused on Enid Blyton series.

Benny's Boogers: A Silly Rhyming Children's Picture Book

Xavier Finkley - 2011
    This is a fun rhyming picture book that is great to read with your child if he or she has a cold or the flu. Even if they are not under the weather, any 1 to 5 year old will thoroughly enjoy reading along with Benny's Boogers.

Lola The Mermaid and The Splish Splash Olympics

Lily Lexington - 2012

The Silver Brumby / Silver Brumby's Daughter

Elyne Mitchell - 2000

The Promised One

David Alric - 2007
    Lucy, a schoolgirl of 11, finds that the animals of the world have been expecting her for more than a million years. Her exciting adventures take her to the heart of the greatest jungle on Earth, where the animals help her to overcome ruthless and deadly foes.

The Battle For Skandia / The Sorcerer of the North / The Siege of Macindaw / Erak's Ransom / The Kings of Clonmel / Halt's Peril / The Emperor of Nihon-Ja

John Flanagan
    Enjoy the first three Ranger's Apprentice books? Complete the paperback collection with volumes 4-10.

Don’t Feed the Monster!

Sigal Adler - 2018
    Don’t Feed the Monster! ************************** One day Billy Monster to his great surprise, Found out he’d won the most fabulous prize An awesome new home to live in and share With his very own kid to pester and scare!

The Half-Orcs

David Dalglish - 2011
    One will seek redemption and atonement for the evil he has done. One will destroy everything to deny his wrongs. This Omnibus contains the first five books of the Half-Orc Series, condensed into a single collector's edition.

The Folk of the Air Series 4 Books Collection Set By Holly Black (The Cruel Prince, The Queen of Nothing, The Wicked King, How the King of Elfhame) [Hardcover]

Holly Black - 2021