Save a Worm for Me

 

Ruby the Robin loves worms—for dinner! But when he meets an earthworm struggling to survive, he has to choose between his heart and his stomach.

 

In Save a Worm for Me, Ruby feels to small to accomplish anything. His older brother steals his food and laughs at Ruby for feeling sorry for worms. But with his mother’s encouragement, he decides to follow his heart, stands up to his old brother, and discovers something new for the whole Robin family.

 

Details: 592 words, text only.  

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Treasure in Dark Places
 

Mandy hates the dark and no place is darker than the basement. But when clues to a treasure hunt leads her and her brothers to the basement door, Mandy has to figure out how to conquer her fear and trust in someone greater than herself.

 

Details: 492 words, text only. 

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Picture Books

FICTION:

 

Under the Banana Moon

 

When Aydin must leave his grandfather to move to the city, he searches for the one thing that connects them both: The Banana Moon. But when Aydin arrives in the city, the moon has changed shape. It no longer looks like a banana! How can he be with his "Dadu" if he cannot find the banana moon? 

 

Details: 488 words, text only.  

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The Costume Closet

  

Grandma’s house is old – old and dark. As a young girl explores, she discovers a closet filled with colorful clothes. As she tries them on, something magical happens, and she discovers that friendship is closer than she thinks.

 

Details: 363 words, text only.  

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Charlie's Corner
 

Charlie wants more excitement than hanging out with the other wild turkeys on the hill, so he ruffles his feathers and struts to town, right down Main Street. But the townspeople disagree. When Charlie’s life is in danger, he learns that excitement isn’t always as “exciting” as it seems.

 

Details: 494 words, text only.  

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NON-FICTION:

 

Raindrops Fall
 

Follow a raindrop’s journey as it falls from the sky and travels from the mountains to the sea and back up again to a rain cloud where it will fall again in this lyrical picture book that explores all the various sounds that water makes as it pitter-pats and splish-splashes along the water cycle.

 

Details: 171 words (Poem) with 650 words of educational back matter about the various bodies of water and how the water cycle works.

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Frog Song
 

As the fog covers the ground before daybreak, a frog breaks the silence with a solo song. As animals begin to wake up, their own songs join the frog in a chorus that wakes up a brand-new day.

 

Details: 277 words (poem), plus 286 words of educational back matter about animals mentioned in the main text. 

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Thumbs Up!
 

What would I do if I didn’t have thumbs? In this fun, interactive picture book, a child explores all the different things he/she wouldn’t have to do if he/she didn’t have thumbs and discovers that having thumbs is a good thing after all.

 

Details: 217 words text only, plus back matter, including an interactive activity for kids to try at home or school.  

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