Grade Level: 5 - 12
- WINNER: London Book Festival, Best Young Adult Work
- WINNER: Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novel
- BRONZE MEDALIST: Reader's Favorite Book Reviews & Award Contest
- FINALIST: Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards
- HONORABLE MENTION: New York Book Festival
Imagine you could learn history by reading a magical adventure novel. You can.
The Jericho River flows through a mythic world shaped by history. Young Jason Gallo sails the river on a dangerous quest to rescue his father. He battles minotaurs and pirates, flees barbarians, stumbles into mummies' tombs, and outwits fairies, philosophers, and scientists. Along the way, he discovers friendship, love, and betrayal -- and faces a hidden foe who threatens all he holds dear.
The Jericho River flows like a timeline, carrying its hero through historic lands: Sumer, Babylonia, ancient Greece, Medieval Europe, Napoleon's empire, and many others, all in chronological order -- tracing the history of Western Civilization, from its Middle Eastern origins to the modern era. Professor Gallo, Jason's father, is a historian, and his notes outline the journey, revealing the truth about Cleopatra, King Arthur, and the fall of the Roman Empire.
Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: 1 - 4
Cat and Dog. It's a love/hate relationship. Enter the inner psyche of these creatures as they try to peacefully coexist within the same house. Cleverly written. Hilarious antics. This cat and dog writing team makes you really stop and wonder what happens at your house when you're not there.
A book with a positive message about bullying written for kids (and adults too) by a kid!
Emily is the new girl at school. She learns quickly that her first day at a new school isn't going to go the way she expected. She gets teased about her appearance among other things. At first, Emily thinks that there is something wrong with her, and wonders if there is something she can fix about herself to get the other kids to stop teasing. She soon learns that the problem isn't her, it's them. Together with some new friends that she initially overlooks due to her worries, they bring about change at their school with confidence, communication and teamwork.
Age Level: 9 and up
Eighteen year old Lawrence Pinkley is Whitby's greatest Private Detective. In fact, he's Whitby's only Private Detective. Pinkley's skills are called into play in the first case of a reluctant career. One night, in a high security laboratory, a scientist mysteriously disappears, leaving behind an overly nervous assistant and a trail of pumpkin juice. Pinkley is hired to investigate the disappearance by the professors beautiful daughter, forcing him to quickly learn the skills he needs to solve his first major crime. But every move Pinkley makes is being watched...
Based on famous proverbs, these readers teach important morals to beginning readers.
-Picture books for Early Readers and Beginner Readers (ages 2-6)
-Readers for English as Second Language (ESL) or English as Foreign Language (EFL) Students (Ages 5-10)
Jesse wants to buy a notebook, but she doesn't have enough money. She decides to save some money...
Little girls dream of being a princess, but Elizabeth Rose Wickham has the rare privilege of being one. Not in this world, but the world of the Garden, which is ruled by a dragon who "fishes" for humans with kindness and provision, then turns them to stone. Scared and lonely for her parents, Elizabeth meets the one, true Master of the Garden, and learns she is Princess Chara, the Foretold One, destined to help deliver the garden from the dragon's despotic rule.
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 3
Big Wave brags to Little Wave day and night! Big Wave thinks he is the king of the sea. Little Wave is so sweet and gives a listening ear to his friend, Big Wave, who usually talks big about how strong he is or how pretty his smile is, or something about his good deed of the day. One day, something happens and Little Wave is missing. Big Wave frantically searches the ocean for him. Will he find his little wave-y friend? Will he have a change of attitude? Has Big Wave lost his best friend?
Age Level: 5 - 18 | Grade Level: 3 - 12
An interactive guide to human anatomy for kids. With 10,000 words and in depth discussions and color images of major body systems (heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, digestive system, pancreas, cells, eyes, ears, and more) this ebook designed for children and teens is a great learning resource youth and children interested in learning more about the human body.
Do you want to know pirate information about hidden treasure, what pirates did, walking the plank , pirate lore,and other really important information about pirates? If so, you will really enjoy reading this book.
This book is written for a reading age of 9 years+ but will be equally enjoyed by younger children where the reading is shared with an adult.
Animal books for kids can be one of the best ways to teach children of all ages about the many creatures that call our planet home. In this fully illustrated book, five time best selling children's book author Mark Smith shows us how the sea turtle has to struggle to survive. Life is precious and this book illustrates this point perfectly. Things don't always come easy for sea turtles, but there is a happy ending.
Your children will love the full color photographs that spring to life on every model of the Kindle.
NOTE: Kindle Fire users can double tap the high definition images and zoom in to get a closer look!
Inside, you will find over 200 facts about the Titanic. There are facts about:
• Building the Titanic
• Crew of the Titanic
• Passengers of the Titanic
• Interior of the Titanic
• Maiden voyage of the Titanic
• Sinking of the Titanic
• Survivors of the Titanic
• Museums of the Titanic
• Movies about the Titanic