Category Archives: non fiction

Weird But True Know-it-All: Rocks and Minerals

The Weird But True series packs another winning title. Previous selections have focused on a wide variety of interests like animals, the ocean, food, and the human body. Now we get a in depth look at Rocks and Minerals. A … Continue reading

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HOPE WINS

Twenty-two authors of children’s books share a personal story about an event in their life. One that changed who they would become and gave them the strength to take on what they loved. Most happened when they were a child … Continue reading

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REBEL GIRLS—AWESOME ENTREPRENEURS

This series returns with another winning entry. Twenty-five women are profiled who have had success launching new products, building their own businesses, and investing. It’s truly inspiring. Each successful woman gets her own two-page spread. On one side of the … Continue reading

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HOW TO BE A GENIUS

It’s never too late, especially if you understand how your brain works. This colorful guide features 8 chapters, each covering a fascinating aspect of our brain MEET YOUR BRAIN A good place to start as you learn about Right and … Continue reading

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NO BOUNDARIES BLOG TOUR (And GIVEAWAY)

Welcome to the No Boundaries Blog Tour! In No Boundaries, twenty-five inspiring women from around the world — many of whom are National Geographic Explorers — share their adventures, failures, successes, sage advice and lessons learned, straight from the field.  This … Continue reading

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THE ANGEL OF SANTO TOMAS

Classified as a picture book biography for elementary age readers (5-10 years old), The Angel of Santo Tomas is the heartwarming story of Philippine’s courageous Doctor Fe Del Mundo. Fe del Mundo’s sister dreamt of becoming a doctor—a big dream … Continue reading

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STEVE SPANGLER’S SUPER COOL SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FOR KIDS!

I first became familiar with Steve Spangle when he appeared frequently on a local news program. His infectious enthusiasm for Science was demonstrated with the many fun experiments he shared with his audience. It didn’t take long until the Ellen … Continue reading

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ZION UNMATCHED

Tell me something I can’t do. and I will do it or die trying. That’s what happens when you are born without legs. People immediately doubt you. Or they look at you funny. Or as less than human. But I’ve … Continue reading

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WHO WAS HARRIET TUBMAN?

THE “Who Was/Is….” series of paperbacks has over 250 titles to choose from. It began 20 years ago with just four titles. Each book provides a great start for kids who want to learn about some of the iconic names … Continue reading

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HARDCOURT

Basketball fans from middle grade on up will be enthralled with stories as to how the NBA developed into one of the best professional sports organizations. Prolific sportswriter Fred Bowen, who has written more than 25 titles for MG audiences, … Continue reading

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