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Juvenile Fiction - Short Stories
 
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By Jeffrey McDonald

A story about the a cat's travel to the capitol.


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By Jeffrey McDonald

A story about the a cat's travel to the capitol.


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By Millicent Robinson

I Am Who I Am is about children living in a world full of changes. Many things are likely to change, including our ways, behaviours and attitudes. But one thing you cannot change is you.

You are who you are, and no one can change who you are!


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By Bob Brackin
Bits and Pieces is a collection of writings, some older, some newer, that the author has brought together in this, his 18th self-published book.
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By Stephen B. Ambush
In this Aesopic-inspired, modern allegory, seven-year-old Puddin’ Tane puts a stick of butter on the heated stove during a cake-baking session—Puddin’s favorite food group and hobby. Ma leaves to be mesmerized by Pa on the telephone. The melting butter transforms into the Butter Monster. Angry that he can’t make his escape, he challenges the “Fraidy Family” (his phrase) to a fight. Puddin’ is charged with blinding the one-eye-patched monster—who’s decked out in full pirate regalia, including a battery-operated parrot on his shoulder that speaks—while Ma and Pa seize him. The Butter Monster vows to escape and wreak revenge upon the Fraidys—but will he? Book#1 THE BUTTER MONSTER: The Most Endearing Cad Ever to Warm the Cockles of Your Heart is the first in a series of five [and still counting] humorous 1.5-2K-word-picture-book stories allowing for the soaring imaginations of young readers (7-9), while increasing their vocabulary skills beyond their grade. The appendix provides some yummy vocabulary brain busters to tickle your tongue. As an ordained minister, counselor, and musician for over thirty years, the author’s training and experience have shown him that healthy habits occur in stages. Thus, each story’s concluding epimythium adds a dimension of wisdom that matures a young reader’s moral compass.
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By Janalee Tobias
One lazy summer day in the summer of 1968, a young girl discovers an enchanting backyard teeming with fruit trees, flowers, roses, and a fairy-tale castle birdhouse clustered between pine trees and a mysterious old white cottage. Nestled in the back of this secret garden is a magnificent raspberry patch. Row upon row of bright-red raspberries dot the green leaves of the raspberry plants and light up the raspberry patch like lights on a Christmas tree. There the young girl meets “the raspberry man,” the seventy-seven-year-old owner of this hidden wonderland, a Danish immigrant who came to United States to live the American dream. He sends her home with a bouquet of roses and a bowl of raspberries. Soon after this visit, she adopts him as her grandpa and they form a lifetime friendship. Charming illustrations help to tell this heartwarming tale, inspired by a true story, about the love that can be shared between the elderly and the young. This book also reminds us of the importance of kindness and respecting every generation and culture.
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By Barbara Swift Guidotti
Wallaboo Land brings us six more adventures with the wallaboos. Like those in The Wallaboo Stories these “wallaboo” stories are about the child’s world as the author has seen it through the eyes of her own three children as well as the many children she has known in her teaching career. “The Winking Wallaboo Frog” starts out about puddles and winking. Then it just gets goofy, something children like to be. “The Humming Bubble” was inspired by several children the author has known who hummed while playing almost everything. “The Stardust Trail” is a mystical journey through make-believe lands. “The Whistling Wallaboo Monster” is a mystery which is solved by understanding that things aren’t always as they seem. “The Hiccups Box” starts with the hiccups and then imagination takes over. Finally, “The Green Balloon” is a simple tale starting with a balloon that blows up into the sky. Like the first wallaboo book, Wallaboo Land is a very good book for beginning readers and therefore an excellent choice for parents and teachers of young children.
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By Stephen B. Ambush
In this Aesopic-inspired, modern allegory, seven-year-old Puddin’ Tane puts a stick of butter on the heated stove during a cake-baking session—Puddin’s favorite food group and hobby. Ma leaves to be mesmerized by Pa on the telephone. The melting butter transforms into the Butter Monster. Angry that he can’t make his escape, he challenges the “Fraidy Family” (his phrase) to a fight. Puddin’ is charged with blinding the one-eye-patched monster—who’s decked out in full pirate regalia, including a battery-operated parrot on his shoulder that speaks—while Ma and Pa seize him. The Butter Monster vows to escape and wreak revenge upon the Fraidys—but will he? Book#1 THE BUTTER MONSTER: The Most Endearing Cad Ever to Warm the Cockles of Your Heart is the first in a series of five [and still counting] humorous 1.5-2K-word-picture-book stories allowing for the soaring imaginations of young readers (7-9), while increasing their vocabulary skills beyond their grade. The appendix provides some yummy vocabulary brain busters to tickle your tongue. As an ordained minister, counselor, and musician for over thirty years, the author’s training and experience have shown him that healthy habits occur in stages. Thus, each story’s concluding epimythium adds a dimension of wisdom that matures a young reader’s moral compass.
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By Janalee Tobias
One lazy summer day in the summer of 1968, a young girl discovers an enchanting backyard teeming with fruit trees, flowers, roses, and a fairy-tale castle birdhouse clustered between pine trees and a mysterious old white cottage. Nestled in the back of this secret garden is a magnificent raspberry patch. Row upon row of bright-red raspberries dot the green leaves of the raspberry plants and light up the raspberry patch like lights on a Christmas tree. There the young girl meets “the raspberry man,” the seventy-seven-year-old owner of this hidden wonderland, a Danish immigrant who came to United States to live the American dream. He sends her home with a bouquet of roses and a bowl of raspberries. Soon after this visit, she adopts him as her grandpa and they form a lifetime friendship. Charming illustrations help to tell this heartwarming tale, inspired by a true story, about the love that can be shared between the elderly and the young. This book also reminds us of the importance of kindness and respecting every generation and culture.
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By Connie Ramsey Venturin

This charming story takes readers on a special journey with Nana and Nono Runabout, Snizzy the snail, and Giovanni Galileo Giuseppe Gustavo, the glow worm!

When Pearl and Peabody Pearson, two Mourning Doves, decide to build a nest on Nana’s wicker chair on the back porch, the Runabouts open their home and their hearts to them. They watch while the doves tenderly care for the fragile eggs until the big day arrives, and the babies hatch.

Learn all about doves and discover how the Pearsons feed their hatchlings and nurture them until they are ready to leave the nest. Delight in seeing Peanut, the tiniest member of the Pearson family, reluctantly learn to fly!

Cameo appearances by The Three Blind Mice, Sammy Squirrel, and Benoit Frenchfly.


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By Anne-Marie Danet
Mathilda Mongoose decided that it was time for her sons to go out into the world and make their own fortunes. After all, Mathilda was now a widow. Her husband, Maurice Mongoose, had only recently met with a most unfortunate accident. It had seemed so easy to get the young chickens from inside the cage. What Maurice did not know is that it was a trap set to catch him. Poor Maurice! That had been the end of him. Now, Mathilda was having a difficult time finding enough food for herself and her three children. With the high price of food, the human people were not leaving many scraps so the rat colony had moved away in search of better hunting grounds. Since rats are the main food of mongooses, Mathilda knew that she too, would have to find a new home where there might be more food. Mathilda Mongoose called a family council of her two sons and one daughter. When everyone was settled, Mathilda Mongoose told her children that hard times were upon them because there was not enough food in the neighborhood. “My sons, the two of you must now go out into the world and find new hunting grounds for yourselves. Magnolia will remain with me until she can find a suitable husband who can provide for her.”
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By Connie Ramsey Venturin

This charming story takes readers on a special journey with Nana and Nono Runabout, Snizzy the snail, and Giovanni Galileo Giuseppe Gustavo, the glow worm!

When Pearl and Peabody Pearson, two Mourning Doves, decide to build a nest on Nana’s wicker chair on the back porch, the Runabouts open their home and their hearts to them. They watch while the doves tenderly care for the fragile eggs until the big day arrives, and the babies hatch.

Learn all about doves and discover how the Pearsons feed their hatchlings and nurture them until they are ready to leave the nest. Delight in seeing Peanut, the tiniest member of the Pearson family, reluctantly learn to fly!

Cameo appearances by The Three Blind Mice, Sammy Squirrel, and Benoit Frenchfly.


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By Anne-Marie Danet
Mathilda Mongoose decided that it was time for her sons to go out into the world and make their own fortunes. After all, Mathilda was now a widow. Her husband, Maurice Mongoose, had only recently met with a most unfortunate accident. It had seemed so easy to get the young chickens from inside the cage. What Maurice did not know is that it was a trap set to catch him. Poor Maurice! That had been the end of him. Now, Mathilda was having a difficult time finding enough food for herself and her three children. With the high price of food, the human people were not leaving many scraps so the rat colony had moved away in search of better hunting grounds. Since rats are the main food of mongooses, Mathilda knew that she too, would have to find a new home where there might be more food. Mathilda Mongoose called a family council of her two sons and one daughter. When everyone was settled, Mathilda Mongoose told her children that hard times were upon them because there was not enough food in the neighborhood. “My sons, the two of you must now go out into the world and find new hunting grounds for yourselves. Magnolia will remain with me until she can find a suitable husband who can provide for her.”
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By Eileen N. (Haslett) Seddon
My book is about my first dog I ever raised from a puppy. His name was Tippy, he had many adventures in his 17 years of life. And he lived two years longer than any other beagle we had. The rest lived to about 15 years. He may have made it even longer if he had not met his end by being hit by a car. He was the most beautiful beagle we ever had. And one of the most intelligent. His only draw back was he was a biter. But he never really bit anyone except our one neighbor boy who teased him all the time. So I feel it was well deserved.
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By Jessica Kirsenlohr
This is a story about a shell-less sea turtle who is searching for her shell. She tries on many different items, along the ocean shore, to see if it could be her shell. With the help from her friend Gus, they meet new creatures and try new things to help Shelby find who she is. So that they can adventure into the ocean to find their mommies.
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