Juvenile Fiction – The Duck Who Lost the Courage to Swim

The Duck Who Lost The Courage To SwimThe Duck Who Lost the Courage to Swim
Believe in Yourself – Get Rid of Fear
By Bernice L. Dunlap
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1478755388
ASIN: B01N0X5QJD
Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/Self-Esteem and Self-Reliance
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available for qualified reviewers in the U.S.) and kindle

You Can Conquer Your Fears Too!

Goldie and Snowflake and Swayback are good friends, and as ducks, they enjoy a good swim in the lake every day. But when Goldie has a scary dream about drowning, she wakes up too afraid to swim and refuses to go into the water.

Will this duck’s friends be able to help Goldie find her courage once again? Find out in this delightful tale!

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MG Fantasy Adventure – Through the Redwood Hollow

Through the Redwood HollowThrough the Redwood Hollow
By Kenna Paige
Publisher: Page Publishing
Published: April 2018
ISBN: 978-1641387187
ASIN: B07DTLN88B
Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Juvenile Fiction, Middle Grade
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Can cousins Jill and Molly Stewart find a way home after falling through a redwood hollow into the magical land of Zylalndia? Or will the evil magic of the nefarious necromancer keep them from ever making it back to their family? With the help of a message fairy and a couple gnomes, the girls set off to seek help from the Grand Elzen, the most powerful person in the land. Their journey is often perilous and always full of unexpected situations. After being abducted by pixies, the girls are told of an old prophesy that foretold the coming of two girls “from the Land of the Free” to save the little pixie’s blind queen. Is it even possible for the ten and seven-year-old girls and four small friends to accomplish such a task? And even more important, will risking their lives to complete the quest guarantee Molly and Jill safe passage home?

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Children’s Book – Take the Bullying by the Horns

Take the Bullying by the HornsTake the Bullying by the Horns
By Hunter Dan
Publisher: iUniverse
Published: October 2016
ISBN: 978-1532008894
ASIN: B01MREFXSV
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Social issues, Bullying

A story that teaches young children ages 4 to 8 what bullying is, how to identify it and the right say to put an end to it.

A sentimental story of how a child gains the courage to report how an older boy had been bullying him for quite some time. Regardless of what the bully said to him, the boy put his trust in what a complete stranger who visits his school that what he said to the students was the right thing to do and would help put an end to the bully’s demands.

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