Ebba, the first Easter Hare by Leen Lefebre

Ebba, the first Easter Hare (SPRING) (FOUR SEASONS Book 2)


[2018 REVISED EDITION]

King Stern rules over a dark empire of hares. His brother Atta leaves. Before his love Hulde gives birth to their first child, he wants to find a field of his own, bathing in light. Every day Hulde runs to the frontier, where she stands on the lookout for Atta. But then the baby arrives, too soon.

At a rapid pace, Princess Ebba grows into a smart child. Hulde notices that this curious girl resembles Atta more and more – and that is not a gift. When they discover an abandoned bird’s nest in a rabbit cave, Ebba wants to go on a trip just like her father. But, is she as brave as him?

[Crossover Fiction]
[Modern Fairy Tale]
[Family Read Aloud]
[Middle Grade Novella]
[Seasonal Stories, Holidays]
[FOUR SEASONS #2/4: SPRING]

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Children’s Book: Pink Tears by Hana Goldberg

Children’s Book: Pink Tears: Best Children’s Book Award (Ages 3-9)


Teach your children to talk about their feelings! Best children’s book award from Parents and Children magazine!

One day, when all children were playing with one another, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears choking her throat. At home, Lolly refused to tell her parents why she was sad. The next day, a strange thing happened…

“Lolly reminds us that it is possible to write about feelings with intelligence and talent, without getting into tiresome didactics.” Parents and Children

“Small book with great strengths… A must read for people of all ages.” Israel’s largest daily – Yediot Achronot

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The Abode by Patricia Mather Parker

The Abode: Book 1 of the Wingsong Trilogy


Fel crouched on the deck, her eyes just above the top of the Silence’s railing, watching the pirate ship anchored nearby. She tried to stop trembling.

Fel is the only child who has ever escaped from the Abode, a workhouse for children, hidden from the world inside thick, swirling mists. Fel finds a home with a family of reformed pirates, but the discovery of a magical object from her former life sends her back to the Abode to rescue her friend Molly.

Fel’s reappearance sets in motion an adventure that goes far beyond saving one girl.

A coming-of-age story for anyone 8 or older, The Abode offers readers a complex fantasy complete with pirates, dragons, and the Abode’s children, who discover who and what they really are.

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Why Snowflakes Fall by Alexis Cleoford

Why Snowflakes Fall: Crystal’s Twinkle


The quest for an ancient note and life purpose. A winter village under threat. The melting season looming on the horizon…
Find out how Crystal the snowflake reignites her twinkle

Crystal, an animated snowflake, lives in a world of twinkly lights, mountains of snow, and the spark of winter. Her life feels almost perfect, but it also feels like something is missing. Crystal realizes that she must find out what her life is for before she melts at the end of the winter season.

Crystal is young and determined. She doesn’t let anything get in the way of her quest for a life purpose; not mysterious avalanches, threatening notes, friendship drama, nor her own fears. Crystal befriends a neighbor who tells her about an ancient riddle that may help Crystal find her purpose.

Crystal loves the cheerful and dreamy winter landscape of her small, icy town in North America and lets nothing diminish the spark of its magical, Christmassy feeling. One day, she finds notes that can scare the fluff off even the bravest snowflakes. Crystal tries to solve the mystery of the threatening notes so that her village can remain peaceful and sparkly.
Through some luck, Crystal is able to have the flight of her dreams on a winged creature which leads Crystal closer to finding her purpose and discovering the source of the threats. Crystal warms the hearts of others and remains hopeful despite constantly dealing with fearful friends.

In fact, Crystal has one problem; no one wants to help her on her journey to make her village safe and help her find the purpose of snowflakes.

Will Crystal find her purpose and solve the riddle before winter ends or will she be forced to fall from the sky, at the wind’s mercy, without any sense of direction? Will she carve her own path? Will she keep her town safe?

When the winter season finally comes to an end and the mountains begin to lose their white coat and look like they are dressed in threadbare garments, Crystal and all the animated snowflakes undergo an incredible transformation through the water cycle. Crystal is blessed with a restart and feels refreshed. Does Crystal figure out the meaning of her new start?

This heartwarming middle-grade book is a fun children’s literature read and is an appropriate book for kids ages 10-14. Grown-ups enjoy it as well. This winter-themed book for kids teaches children about independence, teamwork, persistence, and belief in oneself. It will inspire kids to value what matters most.

Alexis Cleoford’s Real Hamsters Don’t Bite is nominated for Readers Choice Award by TCK Publishing

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Children’s Book: Shoo by Hana Goldberg

Children’s Book: Shoo: (Ages 1-8)


Teach your children that love is the most important thing in life! Award-winning author!

Shoo was a homeless cat who lived on a sidewalk and ate bits and pieces that people threw away. When she couldn’t find food she was howling, and people told her to go away – but she had nowhere to go. Then, one day, she met Maya, a little girl whose family had just moved into the neighborhood. Maya was sad because she had no friends in her new home. When Maya picked up Shoo in her arms, she suddenly felt she was no longer lonely. A touching story of love and belonging.

“In our house we read it nonstop. Touching and enchanting in its simplicity. One can bet the book will easily become part of the repertoire of modern intelligent stories.” Parents and Children

“Shoo is the cutest sad cat in the world. Minimal plot and accurate description of the friendship that develops between the two heroines. Adults have something to learn as well. Brilliant.” Yediot Achronot – largest daily newspaper in Israel

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Room 42 by Melody J. Bremen

Room 42: A hilarious novel for kids ages 9-12


Only four months left, then Dave Martinez is a free man.
Dave is an eighth-grader at Lakeville Boarding School, the school for boys with unexplored potential (aka losers). If he can control his impulse to steal, he can return home and attend regular public school. If he doesn’t, he will be sent to Birmingham High, the worst high school on the planet, and his life will be doomed forever. For just a few more months, he needs to stay out of trouble and keep a low profile. And he’s pretty good at that.
Then Dave gets a new roommate, Tom Grant. Tom is allergic to boring and doesn’t know how to listen to rules. His wild plans involve all of his roommates, especially Dave. They’re dragged along with Tom as he hunts animals (and teachers in pajamas), goes sledding on cafeteria trays, and drives bulldozers through the night. Dave’s chances of keeping a low profile are going down the drain.
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Pink Tears by Hana Goldberg

Children’s Book: Pink Tears: Best Children’s Book Award (Ages 3-9)


Teach your children to talk about their feelings! Best children’s book award from Parents and Children magazine!

One day, when all children were playing with one another, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears choking her throat. At home, Lolly refused to tell her parents why she was sad. The next day, a strange thing happened…

“Lolly reminds us that it is possible to write about feelings with intelligence and talent, without getting into tiresome didactics.” Parents and Children

“Small book with great strengths… A must read for people of all ages.” Israel’s largest daily – Yediot Achronot

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Princess Nara Ditches the Gown by Suzanne Harlow

Princess Nara Ditches the Gown


Princess Nara is an 8-year old princess who is bored with the restrictive life dictated by her royal parents and plots her escape from the the castle to seek adventure and excitement in the real world. This is the first book in the series and it details her bid for freedom.
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Lucy The Cat In Tokyo by Pertti Pietarinen

Lucy The Cat In Tokyo


Charming Photo book For Cat Lovers And Kids

 

Lucy The Cat in Tokyo is the eight volume in Lucy The Cat series.

Lucy The Cat has always dreamed about visiting Japan. One day she decides to make her dream come true and she travels to the Land Of The Rising Sun.

There are so many interesting things to see and to do in Tokyo. Tokyo has many high-rise buildings and sightseeing towers like Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree, providing exciting views over the big busy city.

Lucy wants to have also fun and in Tokyo Disneyland she meets Mickey Mouse and Minnie.

After busy days Lucy wants to relax and feel the Japanese harmony in charming Japanese gardens. Mount Fuji makes a real impression, but maybe the most exciting experience for our cat is to visit the Cat Shrine and to meet other cats in cat cafes.

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Dreadmarrow Thief by Marjory Kaptanoglu

Dreadmarrow Thief (The Conjurer Fellstone Book 1)


Seeking love, revenge, and a cure for death.

Sixteen-year-old Tessa Skye, a locksmith’s apprentice, loves to shapeshift into a sparrow using a windrider–a forbidden magical amulet. During one of her outings, she accidentally reveals herself to the Conjurer Lord Fellstone, who reigns over Sorrenwood with an army of boar-headed men, and corpses he calls up from the dead. The tyrant sends his knights after Tessa, resulting in the death of her Papa. To save him, she sets out for the castle to steal Fellstone’s Dreadmarrow, his most prized magical artifact, which has the power to restore life. She’s joined by the fortune-teller Calder, searching for his lost love, and Ash, the gravedigger’s son, whose growing attraction to Tessa distracts from his plan to avenge his murdered twin. Dreadmarrow Thief is a universal coming-of-age story about a girl who seeks to wield great power, only to learn it comes at a terrible price.

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