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A boy with an OCD issue moves to a reservation to live with his biological mother in… The Brave by James Bird

YA Book of The Day:

The Brave

by James Bird
4.8 stars – 155 reviews
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Perfect for fans of Rain Reign, this middle-grade novel The Brave is about a boy with an OCD issue and his move to a reservation to live with his biological mother.

Collin can’t help himself—he has a unique condition that finds him counting every letter spoken to him. It’s a quirk that makes him a prime target for bullies, and a continual frustration to the adults around him, including his father.

When Collin asked to leave yet another school, his dad decides to send him to live in Minnesota with the mother he’s never met. She is Ojibwe, and lives on a reservation. Collin arrives in Duluth with his loyal dog, Seven, and quickly finds his mom and his new home to be warm, welcoming, and accepting of his condition.

Collin’s quirk is matched by that of his neighbor, Orenda, a girl who lives mostly in her treehouse and believes she is turning into a butterfly. With Orenda’s help, Collin works hard to overcome his challenges. His real test comes when he must step up for his new friend and trust his new family.

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Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

A warning to all young ladies of delicate breeding who wish to embark upon lives of adventure: Don’t… Palace of Spies by Sarah Zettel

YA Book of The Day:

Palace of Spies

by Sarah Zettel
4.0 stars – 54 reviews
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Introducing Peggy Fitzroy, royal snoop. “A rollicking spy caper in corsets . . . will delight fans of historical fiction as well as mystery lovers.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

A warning to all young ladies of delicate breeding who wish to embark upon lives of adventure: Don’t.

Sixteen-year-old Peggy is a well-bred orphan who is coerced into posing as a lady in waiting at the palace of King George I. Life is grand, until Peggy starts to suspect that the girl she’s impersonating might have been murdered. Unless Peggy can discover the truth, she might be doomed to the same terrible fate. But in a court of shadows and intrigue, anyone could be a spy—perhaps even the handsome young artist with whom Peggy is falling in love . . .

“The perfect balance of history and mystery, this novel is fantastic . . . Sarah Zettel is an author to watch, and readers will be eagerly awaiting the next Palace of Spies installment.”—VOYA

“Zettel has created a dynamic, immensely likable heroine in Peggy, and she folds in history, both cultural and political . . . A sequel is in the works, and it will be eagerly anticipated by fans of Libba Bray.”—Booklist

“A solid opening volley in a promising series.”—Publishers Weekly

“The protagonist, clever and witty, makes a compelling heroine.”—School Library Journal

“This combination of willful heroine and royal backdrop will appeal to history buffs and readers who like their subterfuge accessorized by a few frills and ruffles.”—Bulletin

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
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Here’s the set-up:

First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

An exquisite and uplifting novel about identity, first love, and the ways that our memories and our roots steer us through the universe: Me (Moth) by Amber McBride

Family Book of The Day:

Me (Moth)

by Amber McBride
4.6 stars – 160 reviews
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FINALIST FOR THE 2021 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR YOUNG PEOPLE’S LITERATURE

A debut YA novel-in-verse by Amber McBride, Me (Moth) is about a teen girl who is grieving the deaths of her family, and a teen boy who crosses her path.

Moth has lost her family in an accident. Though she lives with her aunt, she feels alone and uprooted.

Until she meets Sani, a boy who is also searching for his roots. If he knows more about where he comes from, maybe he’ll be able to understand his ongoing depression. And if Moth can help him feel grounded, then perhaps she too will discover the history she carries in her bones.

Moth and Sani take a road trip that has them chasing ghosts and searching for ancestors. The way each moves forward is surprising, powerful, and unforgettable.

Here is an exquisite and uplifting novel about identity, first love, and the ways that our memories and our roots steer us through the universe.

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

Empathy is their magic ingredient… Marshmallow Magic: Snowball Showdown (Marshmallow Magic: Smart Senses Series Book 3)

Marshmallow Magic: Snowball Showdown (Marshmallow Magic: Smart Senses Series Book 3)

by Gail Gilla Czyszczon
5.0 stars – 15 reviews
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Empathy is their magic ingredient…

Follow candy-crazy Mila and her besties, Maia and Maci, as they run Marshmallow Magic—perhaps the best cake and marshmallow pop business on earth—from their dream-come-true backyard tree fort bakery!

This holiday season, Mila’s heading up the Westmont Elementary student council, which is raising money for the big Snowball Showdown.

The tallest student in third grade—Emma—is in charge of advertising the event, but she’s getting tired of people only noticing her for her height. To make things worse, snowballs aren’t selling for the event, and no one knows why.

Will the student council see Emma’s true talents and trust her creative ideas to save the event?

Can the girls stay positive in this winter wonderland of a story and discover what true holiday spirit is all about before it’s too late?

If you love feel-good stories on friendship, resilience, and sweet treats, don’t miss this social-skills building series. It also teaches empathy through characters who feel left out for various reasons including the main character, Mila, who has food allergies.

Join Mila and her friends now!

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

When Mallon the Undying threatened the land years ago, the elves stopped him—and then disappeared. The Keeper Chronicles by JA Andrews

The Keeper Chronicles

by JA Andrews
4.6 stars – 3,480 reviews
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“A mage, a dwarf, and an elf walk into a tavern… The Keeper Chronicles are everything I want in epic fantasy.”
When Mallon the Undying threatened the land years ago, the elves stopped him—and then disappeared.
Now Mallon’s followers seek to bring him back to finish what he started. Only the Keepers—storytellers, historians, and magic-wielders—are left to stand against them. Alaric, who betrayed everything he believed to save his wife — and still failed. Will, a storyteller who’s convinced his weak magic makes him useless. And Sini, a former slave girl with unimaginable power but no way to wield it.
Can they survive being hunted by dragons, attacked by frost goblins, and betrayed by traitors in their midst? Or will Mallon’s minions overwhelm them and plunge the land into darkness?

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

The true story of Syvia Perlmutter—a story of courage, heartbreak, and finally survival… Yellow Star by Jennifer Roy

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Yellow Star

by Jennifer Roy
4.6 stars – 2,751 reviews
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“In 1945 the war ended. The Germans surrendered, and the ghetto was liberated. Out of over a quarter of a million people, about 800 walked out of the ghetto. Of those who survived, only twelve were children. I was one of the twelve.” For more than fifty years after the war, Syvia, like many Holocaust survivors, did not talk about her experiences in the Lodz ghetto in Poland. She buried her past in order to move forward. But finally she decided it was time to share her story, and so she told it to her niece, who has re-told it here using free verse inspired by her aunt. This is the true story of Syvia Perlmutter—a story of courage, heartbreak, and finally survival despite the terrible circumstances in which she grew up. A timeline, historical notes, and an author’s note are included.

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Freddy Goes to Florida (Freddy the Pig)

by Walter R. Brooks
4.9 stars – 110 reviews
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FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

First published between 1927 and 1958, the 26 classic books about Freddy the Pig have delighted five generations of children and are now going on to delight a sixth.

Walter R. Brooks introduced Freddy the Pig in Freddy Goes to Florida. Freddy and his friends from Bean Farm migrate south for the winter, with every mile of the way a terrific adventure complete with bumbling robbers and a nasty bunch of alligators. This is vintage Freddy and the whole ensemble cast at their charming best.

Marvel at the wonders of the universe in this exploration of our solar system and beyond… Universe: The Definitive Visual Guide by DK

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Universe: The Definitive Visual Guide

by DK
4.8 stars – 1,034 reviews
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Marvel at the wonders of the universe, from stars and planets to black holes and nebulae, in this exploration of our solar system and beyond.

Universe opens with a look at astronomy and the history of the Universe, using 3D artworks to provide a comprehensive grounding in the fundamental concepts of astronomy, including the basic techniques of practical astronomy.The core of the book is a tour of the cosmos covering the Solar System, the Milky Way, and galaxies beyond our own. Explanatory pages introduce different celestial phenomena, such as galaxies, and are followed by catalogs that profile the most interesting and important examples.

A comprehensive star atlas completes the picture, with entries on each of the 88 constellations and a monthly sky guide showing the night sky as it appears throughout the year as viewed from both the northern and southern hemispheres.

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The Mayflower: The perilous voyage that changed the world

by Libby Romero
4.9 stars – 50 reviews
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Discover the real history behind the Mayflower in this illustrated nonfiction storybook for kids ages 7 to 9, timed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ famous voyage to the Americas.

Step on board the Mayflower and meet the amazing crew and passengers, from burly sailors to pilgrims, servants, orphaned children, and animals. Discover who the pilgrims were and why they chose to risk their lives to make the treacherous journey across the Atlantic, relive the ferocious storms as the Mayflower crested gigantic waves, find out what life was really like on board for the 102 passengers, and discover the secret history of the second ship, the Speedwell. Learn the real story of the Pilgrims’ fateful landing on the shores of what is now Massachusetts. What happened when they met the tribes native to the area and how much truth is there in the Thanksgiving legend? Discover the hardships faced by the Pilgrims on their quest for a new life, and appreciate the sad reality of what happened in the devastating winter that followed their long and dangerous voyage.

Beautifully illustrated with incredible cutaway diagrams of the ship, comprehensive maps, storylike narrative, and detailed timelines, this ebook brings the history of the Mayflower to life for a whole new generation. This stunning ebook makes the perfect gift to commemorate one of the most famous adventures in history in what will be an important year of remembrance.