Age Level: 10 - 15 | Grade Level: 5 - 10
Benji is on a race to find hidden treasure and save innocent lives. He'll have to survive booby traps, car chases, explosions, and more. A treasure hidden deep in the mountains of Fiji. The Ironsides, a ruthless family determined to take it--no matter who stands in their way. And Benjamin Stone, the fourteen year old daydreamer who wanders into their path. Benji's relaxing vacation is turned upside down when he discovers a plot to steal the guarded treasure. Suddenly, he's pulled into a race against bitter enemies determined to get their hands on the treasure first. To beat them he'll have to be a hero.
Age Level: 6 - 18 | Grade Level: 5 - 12
The book based on the film, America's First D-Day: Washington Crossing. A ragged Continental army has now put an icy river between themselves and the pursing British army. The men in blue and buff uniforms have known nothing but defeat and had once again made a narrow escape while the Congress at Philadelphia reflecting no confidence in their troops prepare to evacuate to Baltimore.
This is the backdrop of one of the most daring surprise attacks in American history - Washington's crossing of the Delaware and the subsequent victory at Trenton.
If you're a kid in the 2nd to 4th grade who wants to know about trains, then The Train Book A Kids Book About Trains for Kids is perfect for you.
In fact, if you want to see pictures of all kinds of trains, including current trains, wild west trains, train tracks, and futuristic trains, then this new Kindle book is perfect for you. This book answers all those questions about trains that you may have. This book will answer the following:
- What types of trains are there?
- How were trains in the wild west times?
- What types of Railroad/Train jobs do they have?
- What type of train tracks do they have?
- What is the future of trains?
- ... and more!
Age Level: 9 - 18 | Grade Level: 4 - 12
Put down your bestsellers, it's time for a little Pirates 101. How does anyone know about a pirate if he takes no prisoners, leaves no witnesses and shows no mercy? Fifteen-year-old Samuel Burke would like to know. Life has a funny way of answering questions. Sam was living out his fantasy as a midshipman aboard the Dolphin when Captain Silversword attacked. He quickly learns the truth when he is press-ganging into service aboard the Black Flag. Armed with the knowledge of the pirate's only weakness, Sam must face his fear and confront Silversword again to save his life, his friends and spare England, and the world for that matter, from the pirate’s tyranny or die trying.
Simon Trekker has been raised by his aunt and uncle as his parents went on a trip when he was a baby and never returned. While walking to his first day of middle school, Simon starts to notice various messages written on street signs and graffiti telling him to follow them. He does and finds out that there are shortcuts to anywhere in the world and only he seems to know about them. “It’s like folding a map” he says, “Two places that were on either side of the map are now side by side”.
Simon finds out that he, like his parents before him, is part of a very small group of people who know about the shortcuts. He takes his friends to various places using his newly discovered shortcuts but when he starts showing up in various photos online taken by people from all over the world, the government and some others take notice and they want to know his secret.
Age Level: 6 - 13 | Grade Level: 2 - 8
Meet Goom’pa. He is a Poofy, a small furry creature who resides on Earth in a place called Palidon, on the edge of the Miron National Forest. His world is a quiet one—until he spies Shine Star, a glorious star in the sky and the daughter of Prime Ray, the king of the universe. Enchanted by her elegance, Goom’pa knows he is willing to do anything to win the love of this celestial beauty. As the two meet and fall in love, Shine Star’s father worries about his only daughter. Exploiting that concern is the Star Lord, Rath, who wants nothing more than to wrestle control of the universe away from Prime Ray.
Age Level: 4 - 9 | Grade Level: K - 3
Did you know that you can create a better life just by surrounding yourself with good friends and people that love you? Our young boy, Michael, is still small, though. He doesn’t yet know that he indeed has the choice to only surround himself with great friends and people. At school, one day, he makes a mistake and some of the children laugh at him. Feeling sad, back at his Grandmother’s house, his Grandma decides to show him just how life really works, using two pieces of chicken and some spices!
This story teaches children about the concept behind The Human Marinade, that what we choose to surround ourselves with and soak in ultimately makes life taste great or… not so great!
Age Level: 7 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6
Mystery! Lollipops! When a mysterious thief called The Black Boot takes credit for stealing the school’s mascots, Maisy Sawyer has a mystery to solve! Maisy is the best detective in fourth grade. No, she's the best detective in the whole school, and rescuing the little mice is her new mission. Raising the stakes, The Black Boot has also taken Maisy’s famous lollipop collection, and warns her to stop searching for the mice if she every wants to see her lollipops again. Follow the clues as Maisy tries to discover the identity of The Black Boot and struggles to find her prized lollipops and the school’s mascots in the first book in The Maisy Files series.
Age Level: 5 - 9 | Grade Level: 1 - 4
Move over Nancy Drew! There’s a detective in town!
Meet Shirley Lock, the best and soon-to-be most famous third grade detective EVER! Join Shirley and her little brother Ellery in her first case: Tooth Sleuth, Mystery of the Missing Tooth. Join the fun and figure out the mystery along with Shirley and Ellery as they follow the clues in hopes of finding the missing tooth before the tooth fairy comes and it’s too late.
Will they find the tooth? Or will they find a scary thief, a hairy suspect, and a dog gone dead end instead? There’s only one way to find out.
Age Level: 8 - 16 | Grade Level: 2 - 9
The Sprocketeers: “Great Giza Gonzo”, the first in a spectacular “twins series”, is a wonderfully crafted piece of kids historical fiction, chronicling the escapades of the time-travelling, quirky, nuclear twins, Cooper and Alyx, as their mystical trunk (and the magic within it) hits sand in ancient Egypt. Meanwhile, their curmudgeonly wicked neighbor, Oswald Pennytinker, arrives in a beat up old trunk of his own, attempting to steal the King’s treasures.
Age Level: 6 - 14 | Grade Level: 2 - 7
Will Allen may be one of the smallest boys at Ashford Middle School, but he is also one of the smartest. But cleverness alone isn't enough to help him when monsters infest his room! Together with his friend Jeannine Fitsimmons, Will searches fruitlessly for help, until a strange business card appears, instructing them how to summon Bigelow Hawkins, the Great Monster Detective. With Bigelow's help, along with the use of his very special monster-fighting instruments, the RevealeR and the MonsterScope, Will must learn how to conquer his monsters and reveal the secret of the dreaded HIDDEN BEAST before it's too late...
He may be the smallest boy in class, but he's ready to face some very big challenges!
In this sequel to 'Will Allen and the Great Monster Detective', brave boy-genius Will Allen faces his baptism of fire in his very first case as a monster detective. But even with help from his best friend and partner, Jeannine Fitsimmons, can Will unravel the mystery of the dreadful Ring of Terror and learn the truth about the monster in time to save himself and his friends from its terrible power?
Age Level: 9 - 18 | Grade Level: 4 - 12
Every time Caleb hears a saying, it happens to him. Pockets with watches appear on his shirt when his mum mentions “pockets of time”. He soon finds himself in Brumantia, where you can be thrown in prison for a crime like “being in someone else's shoes” or end up in hospital with your “fingers crossed” or “sides split”. And just think what “you're all over the place” can do to you! Caleb and his fellow stranded-Londoner friends search for their way home, but it’s not just the idioms that throw challenges at them. Who or what is behind the big secret that is bringing people to Brumantia. And why?..A fast-paced children's story that has also appealed to adults with an interest in the English language.
Many traditional businesses fail within their first year, learn the steps to have a profitable home tutoring business in your very first year. This book goes into the perfect strategy for you in getting clients and expanding your business to as big as you choose.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
- The Tutoring Business
- Things to Consider
- Steps in Starting a Home-Based Private Tutoring Business
- Steps to Start a Home-Based Large-Scale Tutoring Business
- Strategies to Maintain Client Relations
A humorous and oh-so-true look at one of parenting’s
biggest challenges, a moment of privacy behind the bathroom
door. Lighthearted illustrations encourage children’s patience.
Witty verse consoles adults yearning for 30 seconds of peace.
A funny way for families to talk about this normal part of daily life.