Distributors Wanted
Contact us today!
Learn More >>
Menu
September 15, 2017
A Beautiful 9/11 Memorial by Page Turner

Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story by Nora Raleigh Baskin Most kids today won’t remember the events of September 11th, 2001. For them, myself included, 9/11 was a tragic disaster, yet not one they can relate to. Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story is an amazing fictional work told in the perspective of four young people […]

Read More >>
September 1, 2017
What’s a Beastologist? by Page Turner

Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist: Flight of the Phoenix by R. L. LaFevers Nathaniel Fludd can hardly believe his ears when he hears the news: his parents have been declared lost at sea after the crash of the airship Italia. Nate hasn’t seen his parents for three years, despite their promises to send for him on his eighth […]

Read More >>
August 11, 2017
Fairies? No way! by Page Turner

In Darkling Wood by Emma Carroll Alice Campbell is having a pretty rough time. Her younger brother, Theo, has recently received a heart transplant and must stay in the hospital for a short time while he recovers. The hospital only has room for her mom to stay, and instead of being sent to her best […]

Read More >>
August 6, 2017
The Iron War Has Changed Everything… by Page Turner

The Secrets of Solace Lina Winterbock is an apprentice to the archivists in the mountain stronghold of Ortana. She should be reading books and studying the mysterious objects that fall from the sky in the Scrap Towns, but the Iron War between the Merrow kingdom and the Dragonfly territories has turned the strongholds into a […]

Read More >>
July 20, 2017
Three Royal Siblings in a Magical Castle! by Page Turner

Tuesdays at the Castle by Jessica Day George Magical Castle? Check. The youngest child of four who likes to roam the Castle, adding to her atlas? Check. A plot to overthrow the royal family? Check… uh oh. Princess Cecelia of Sleyne, better known as Celie, enjoys adding sketches of the magical Castle to her atlas. […]

Read More >>
July 10, 2017
Odd and the Frost Giants written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Chris Riddell by Page Turner

“Odd meant the tip of a blade, and it was a lucky name.” Odd isn’t so lucky, though. His father died on a Viking expedition, and Odd’s leg is crippled due to a horrible accident. Odd’s mother, a lovely woman from Scotland, sings less and less since his father’s death. And now, winter in Norway won’t […]

Read More >>
July 9, 2017
Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverted Kids by Susan Cain by Page Turner

Introverts. You’ve probably heard the term: people who are refreshed by time alone and often enjoy creating things, as opposed to extroverts, who are refreshed by time with other people. Most people in the world – at least two thirds to one half – are extroverts. In schools today, extroverted kids are most valued. They’re […]

Read More >>
July 7, 2017
Now You See Me… by Jane B. Mason and Sarah Hines Stephens by Page Turner

How would you feel if you bought a Polaroid camera and discovered you were being haunted by it? When Lena buys the old camera at a thrift shop, she never suspects a thing. However, things that weren’t there show up in the pictures. The discovery leads to a major hunt to find out who is […]

Read More >>
May 7, 2017
The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon by Page Turner

“The Bone Sparrow” is an amazing story. Subhi, a 10-year-old refugee from Burma, was born in the refugee camp he and his family and friends live in. In this camp, they have a hard life: poor living conditions, sickness, and the threat of the Jackets that guard their camp. But at night, Subhi can hear […]

Read More >>
April 21, 2017
Q & A with author Jennifer Lee Kouo by admin

This month’s Featured Author, Marylander, Jennifer Lee Kouo We caught up with our newest children’s book author and asked her the questions our fans sent in. Here are her answers to some of your most burning questions! Which writer inspires you? Currently, my favorite children’s book is “The Day the Crayons Quit” by first-time author Drew […]

Read More >>