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Young Fiction Books

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice




By David Miles And Brooke Jorden
$ 12.99 (Print Book)

To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love. —Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen   Filled with interactive wheels and pull-tabs and lavishly illustrated, Lit fo...
Ants 'N' Uncles

Ants 'N' Uncles




By Clay Rice
$ 16.95 (Print Book)

Ants 'n' uncles, uncles 'n' ants, dancin' 'cross the world with ants in his pants. Goin' everywhere he's never been before, on his ant-imated world tour. What happens when Uncle steps on an ant hill? The a...
Shakespeare Stories for Kids

Shakespeare Stories for Kids

5 Classic Works Adapted for Kids: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing, All’s Well that Ends Well, and The Tempest


By Familius Contributor
$ 19.95 (Print Book)

Five classic works fully illustrated and adapted for young readers, Shakespeare Stories for Kids collects five important plays in a beautifully crafted slipcase for the beginning bard. A tr...
The Ravenous Gown

The Ravenous Gown

And 14 More Tales about Real Beauty


By Steffani Raff
$ 15.95 (Print Book)

In a day when princesses have been boiled down to beautiful ball gowns comes a new kind of fairy tale. Fall under the spell of a “Once upon a time…” where beauty is bigger than a reflection, where wisdom...
Rude Dude's Book of Food

Rude Dude's Book of Food

Stories Behind Some of the Crazy-Cool Stuff We Eat


By Tim J. Myers And Jess Smart Smiley
$ 12.95 (Print Book)

It's actually true that Mongol warriors rode with slabs of raw meat under their saddles then ate them that night in camp! It's actually true that Chinese archaeologists found 4,000-year-old noodles in an ove...
My Name is Cool

My Name is Cool

Stories from a Cuban-Irish-American Storyteller


By Antonio Sacre
$ 12.95 (Print Book)

“In 1960 my father got into a rowboat from Havana, Cuba and rowed 90 miles to the United States to start his new life.  By the time I got into seventh grade, I was telling my friends that my father save...


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