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Timothy Tolliver and the Bully Basher

by Aaron Shepard

**#1 KINDLE (US) BESTSELLER IN CHILDREN’S CHAPTER BOOKS (SEPT. 2013)** Timothy Tolliver and his friend Arnie Rosenberg have a problem — a gang of older bullies called the Stinks. But besides being a fourth-grader, Timothy is also a world-class inventor. He and Arnie get the bright idea of defending themselves with Timothy’s science-project robot.  When their first try fails, Timothy finds a way to update the mystical formulas that gave life to the Jewish clay monster, the Golem. The robot comes alive, and it looks like their worries are over — till the robot stops following orders and takes matters into its own hands.  Can Timothy bring his creation back under control? Find out, as the Golem legend replays in a modern American elementary school. ///////////////////////////////////////////////// Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of “The Baker’s Dozen,” “The Sea King’s Daughter,” “The Monkey King,” and many more children’s books. His stories have appeared often in Cricket magazine, while his Web site is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader’s theater. Once a professional storyteller, Aaron specializes in lively retellings of folktales and other traditional literature, which have won him honors from the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, the Bank Street College of Education, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the American Folklore Society. ///////////////////////////////////////////////// “Many children will be intrigued by a mechanical figure that comes to life.” — School Library Journal, June 2005 “Rated S for Snapped Up.” — S. C. Poe, Route 19 Writers (blog), Apr. 4, 2012 ///////////////////////////////////////////////// SAMPLE Arnie walked all around the robot, admiring it. “You know what this reminds me of? The Golem.” “The Golem?” said Timothy. “What’s that?” “It’s from an old legend we heard in Hebrew school. A few hundred years ago, a lot of Jews in Europe were getting killed by mobs, all because of some stupid rumors started by their enemies. This one rabbi wanted to protect the Jews of his city, so he made a man of clay and brought it to life. It was so strong, nothing could stand against it. They called it the Golem.” “Kind of like Frankenstein?” said Timothy. “Yeah, but the Golem came first, and that was probably where the idea for Frankenstein came from.” Arnie grinned. “Wouldn’t it be cool if this robot could protect us from the Stinks, like the Golem protected the Jews?” Timothy grinned too. Then they both stopped grinning and looked at each other. “You don’t think . . . .” started Arnie. “I don’t know,” said Timothy. “I don’t see why not.” 

Books for Kids: My Little Squirrel. Bedtime Story: (Children’s book about a Girl and her best friend cute Little Squirrel, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3-6, Baby Books, Kids Book, Sleep book)

by Emma Hill

My Little Squirrel. Bedtime Story

Who said that sleeping is boring and completely unexciting? Little Lisa believed in it once. However, when a nice and mischievous little squirrel appeared in her life, she does not think like that anymore. Every evening, when Mom puts Lisa to bed, she whispers a magic spell. It moves the girl with her toy to the magical world of dreams. There, the little squirrel comes to life and opens an amazing world to Lisa, where they’ll have entertaining and colorful adventures, wonderful transformations, meet magic animals and many interesting things. This is the book and its characters: an ordinary girl Lisa and an unusual little squirrel that will help you get into the fairy-tale world of dreams. Let’s go, off to adventure! You and your child will love bedtime with this book.

The book is simple and is easily understandable for children and there are many beautiful pictures of a cute squirrel. This bedtime story shows children that there can be a lot of interesting and entertaining things in a dream.

Sleeping is not boring; it’s incredibly exciting!

This book has an interesting story and cute illustrations that will make you and your child happier.

You and your kids will love this book.

Attention! Cuteness squirrel!

Lord of the Board: Who invented the Snowboard and why it matters

by Rob Brannon

A concise and compelling booklet with a powerful message!
Snowboarding is a mainstream winter sport and is one of the most popular winter sports in the world! In 1998, snowboarding made its grand entrance into the world of the Olympics at Nagano, Japan. Few other innovations have caught on so fast and have become a full-fledged Olympic sport so quickly! Who do we thank for such a beautiful idea? Who is the Genius behind this break-through innovation that has revolutionized the world of winter sports and why does it matter? Will the true “Lord of the Board” please stand up?

Diary of a Ninja: A Kick-Behind Ninja Team with Awesome Ninja Skills (Kidsâ?? Adventure Stories)

by Jeff Child

The sneaking ninjas in the dead of night have certain secrets

These ninjas are on a mission. They detest the inequality in the lands and decide to do something about it. Providing for the poor and stealing from the rich is their purpose, but they are yet to face a true evil among them, another ninja who stands in their way and seeks nothing else but to destroy these benevolent guys. Follow the diary of the three fighting ninjas who stay in the shadows and become more than just vigilantes. Or are there four ninjas? This story is full of surprises.

Carry Cannons By Our Side: An A.R.C. Story

by Lancelot Schaubert

A young pirate-in-training shadows his dad as his father chases down the man who stole his cargo. Confronted with cannons, the young pirate fears their tiny fifteen-man crew will die quickly, but his father shows him a magic more powerful than all the cannon fire in the world. The only problem? It’s not iron and cotton the other pirate stole.

It’s precious human life.

PRAISE for Lancelot Schaubert ::

“Schaubert’s words have an immediacy, a potency, an intimacy that grab the reader by the collar and say â??Listen, this is important!’ Probing the bones and gristle of humanity, his subjects challenge, but also offer insights into redemption if only we will stop and pay attention.”
â?? Erika Robuck, National Bestselling Author of Hemingway’s Girl

“Loved this story because Lance wrote about people who don’t get written about enough and he did it with humor, compassion, and heart.”
â?? Brian Slatterly, author of Lost Everything and editor of The New Haven Review

“I’m such a fan of Lance Schaubert’s work. His unique view of things and his life-wisdom enriches all he does. We’re lucky to count him among our contributors.”
â?? Therese Walsh, author of The Moon Sisters and Editorial Director of Writer Unboxed

“Lancelot Schaubert exhibits his talents in many forms from poetic verse to lyrical prose to musical compositions, all the while infusing them with charisma, passion, and wit. A true creative, Schaubert is one to watch in the literary world.” â?¨â??Heather Webb, author of Rodin’s Lover & Becoming Josephine

“Lance Schaubert writes with conviction but without the cliché and bluster of the propaganda that is so common in this age of blogs and tweets. Here is a real practitioner of the craft who has the patience to pay attention. May his tribe increase!”
â?? Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove, author of Common Prayer and The Awakening of Hope

“Lancelot was the kind of student every writing teacher hopes to have in her class: attentive, thoughtful, a bit quirky, and innovative. Since his time in my classroom, he has continued to impress me. He â??sees,’ and his essays, poetry, and fiction are full of details that enable his audience to see. Bravo, Lance.”
â?? Jackina Stark, author of Things Worth Remembering and Tender Grace

“[He writes] characters with distinctive personalities, multi-layered, and unpredictable. [They have] natural voices, succinct and unique to each character.” â?¨â?? The Missouri Scriptwriting Fellowship

“Schaubert’s narratives are emotionally stirring with both a vulnerable sensibility and rawness to them. They take you on a journey full of open wounds, intimate successes and personal delights. His words have a calmness, a natural ease but the meaning is always commanding and dynamic.” â?¨â?? Natalie Gee, Brooklyn Film Festival

Adventures of Captain Xoey and the Mystery of the Djinn (ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN XOEY (Volume 1))

by Laura Dasnoit


In a land known as Grittle, far, far away, there are flying ships and jumper boots. Abandoned, a white-haired pirate known as Xoey is rescued by the Tinkertons, an inventive and creative family. When the parents of the Tinkertons are captured, Xoey and her friends set out on a journey.

Together they navigate through the hustle and bustle of Upper City, figure out how to survive the clutches of a wind tunnel, and duel against a horrid leader who will stop at nothing to destroy the one destined to bring him down.

So begins the adventure that will take Xoey through a world filled with mechanical contraptions, red furry gnomes, and the magic mystery of the Djinn. This is the story of fate and friendship intertwining despite all odds.


“Captain Xoey’s brilliant adventure reminds me of the imaginative exuberance in Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, only utterly, fantastically, wildly Steampunked!” ~ Becket, author of the Steampunk Sorcery series, including Key the Steampunk Vampire Girl and Good the Goblin Queen

“Xoey’s world may be mechanical but her adventures are pure fast-paced magic. Laura Dasnoit has created an exciting story that will no doubt leave readers wanting more.” ~ Greg Wilkey, author of the Life and Undeath of Mortimer Drake series, and the Neither Nor series

Bedtime Stories: A Wingless Angel (Baby Books, Pictures Book, Values, Children’s Books, Book for kids, Preschool, For age 2-8, Fairy Tale)

by Alex Egorov

Today’s Special Price: $2.99! (From $4.99)
This book A Wingless Angel is a touching tale of a small angel kid, who was born without wings. There are good lessons we can derive from the story. We learn that even if an angel does not have wings, the angel can still do not only good but also great things helping others. The book teaches kids that you do not need to born as an Angel to make something good for people, animals, and nature. This image of an angel with no wings is symbolic of the idea that we do not need to conform to stereotypes for someone to be good. You do not need special wings or anything else to be a nice person. A lot of lessons can be imparted and learned. Young readers and listeners will benefit from this book. I highly recommend parents, teachers, and guardians to buy this book and share the important message in this nicely written children’s story to the young ones. The next step is to read this story about the Wingless Angel to as many children as possible. Alternatively, young readers can also read this story themselves and learn about good values. To do all these things, you need this book.

Here is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Do good things for everyone
  • A fascinating story for our young generation
  • No need to accept stereotypes to be good
  • A lot of lessons can be imported and learned
  • And much, much more!


The Universe! A Kids Book About Space. Galaxies, Stars, and Nebulas. (Facts, Pictures & Information)

by Robert Cameron

35 New Pictures Added

Discover The Universe! Your Kids Will Love This Book About Space, Galaxies, Stars and Nebulas!

Author Robert L. Cameron, takes us on an exciting adventure into space and the exploration of galaxies and our universe.

This book is perfect for kids ages 7-12 years of age, as well as adults. Looking deep into space is something that fascinates all of us. Prepare yourself to discover the universe through the eyes of astronomers and The Hubble Space telescope, as we explore vast areas of space, galaxies, gas cloud nebulas, and more.

Discover galaxies such as:

  • Lagoon Nebula
  • Cats Eye Nebula
  • Omega Centauri
  • Carina Nebula
  • Butterfly Nebula
  • Horsehead Nebula
  • and many more.
  • Learn about pinwheel galaxies, colliding stars, supernova explosions, super massive red giants, and so much more, it will make you want to read, look at and study it often.

    We are a part of something bigger than we could ever image. Download this book, and enjoy the journey!

    Amba Scales and the Wings of Justice

    by Amelia Warren

    Fifteen-year-old Amba Scales lives with her younger sisters in the Common, a town that is filled with the poor and destitute of Speroa. Orphaned when their father was killed while trying to get their dying mother medical help, Amba and her sisters eke out a living with the help of their Aunt and Uncle, while President Quintus Howlor continues to inflict more misery on the Commoners, tightening his iron grip even more.

    But when Amba is suddenly picked up and dropped in the middle of a deadly war between rebels and the government, she finds herself in possession of a weapon that is so powerful that many are prepared to kill to get their hands on it.

    Fighting for not only her own life, but also those of her sisters and fellow Commoners, Amba is catapulted into a desperate battle against power-hungry tyrants and a corrupt system that will stop at nothing to get what it wants.

    Can she defeat those who have torn her family apart and threaten to do the same to her people?

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