Today's Featured Books— Children and Young Adult

Haikus for Sleepy Birds by Sue Whitmer

Children and Young Adult

Early readers (ages 3-8) and younger siblings will enjoy the colorful illustrations and poetic imagery of this book. Each page turn brings to life some very interesting facts about how some birds sleep, even upside down in some cases! The poetic imagery is peaceful and sure to put sleepy children in a bedtime frame of mind. The book is printed in an easy typeface for kids to read. An eBookFairs "Best in Show" selection. From $4.99 SHOP NOW


Book Alert! by Ted and Marilyn Clifton

Children and Young Adult

Johnny Bensinger, fifth grader at East Side Elementary, has “borrowed” a few books from the school library. He had his reasons. Now the principal is requesting, over the intercom, information about the missing books. His teacher, Mrs. Bass, is giving him the eye. That’s when the adventure begins. From $3.99 SHOP NOW


Jiu-Jitsu Girl by Jennifer Dutton

Children and Young Adult

"A positive journey to true friendship and self-confidence." -School Library Journal. Angie hates Jiu-Jitsu. Like many twelve-year-old girls, she fails to find the glamour in a martial art that embraces zero personal space and choking as an end goal. Instead, she idolizes the seemingly perfect kids at her school who do “normal” activities like dance or soccer. But when Angie's mom enrolls her in a Jiu-Jitsu tournament and Angie develops a close friendship with a boy who is not part of the “cool” crowd, Angie must decide who she is: a dance girl, a soccer girl, a nothing girl...or a Jiu-Jitsu girl? From $8.49 SHOP NOW


Just City by Olga Tymofiyeva

Children and Young Adult

An award-winning novella about 21-year-old Nathan who dreams about creating a cool start-up with his friend Jack. To get money for the start-up, Nathan starts playing a virtual reality game as part of a scientific experiment. The game forces Nathan to discover what it's like to be in the skin of somebody else for whom the cards have been dealt differently. The depressing experiences of playing the game make Nathan question his belief in meritocracy. This is only the beginning of Nathan’s search for a new life credo that will have both love and reason at its core. From $0.99 SHOP NOW


Nora, A Neanderthal Girl by Mary A. Graves

Children and Young Adult

A realistic day in the life of a Neanderthal girl comes alive in this entertaining and educational story filled with historical facts, full-color illustrations, and photographic evidence from Neanderthal sites in Europe and Asia. A "must read" from Reedsy Discovery: “With the real-life photos, background information, and story contents, it's a good book for home or school setting.” Make learning about human history fun! From $3.99 SHOP NOW


Micar by Catty Diva

Children and Young Adult

In this young adult, sci-fi adventure, Micar has been assigned to be the first captain in a junior fleet. He and his crew will be tested with a trip to see if those so young could even manage to pull this off. They carry cargo, passengers, and possibly a secret that others want to steal. Come along and see if these ten teenagers can take on so much responsibility successfully. From $0.99 SHOP NOW


Little Aiden: A Feelings Book for Toddlers by Albert Choi

Children and Young Adult

Have you always wanted to introduce emotions and feelings to your toddler, but don't have the right book? Or maybe you found a book, but it's not enough to keep your toddler engaged? Follow the story of Aiden as he explores and experiences different feelings and emotions. Little Aiden shows other toddlers in his own little ways that it is okay to express your feelings. 4.9 stars, 13 ratings. From $3.99 SHOP NOW


Azarah and Baldur: Courageous by J. Eric Dennis

Children and Young Adult

In the spirit of Baum's Wizard of Oz and Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, ten-year-old Azarah and her high-tech companion Baldur embark on an epic adventure filled with imagination, heroism, and self-discovery. "What a delightful read!! The illustrations are fan-flippin-TASTIC, and the story is wonderful. I can’t wait to get my hands on the next installment. Who wouldn’t want such an intrepid best friend as Baldur?" -reader review. "I think of it as a kind of 21st C. Velveteen Rabbit, with some derring-do thrown in for a modern audience." -reader review. 5 stars, 24 ratings. From $6.99 SHOP NOW


Brothers Three by C.W. James

Children and Young Adult

“Well-written and wildly enjoyable Western adventure." -International Review of Books. Three brothers, orphaned two years ago, have their uncle appointed as guardian until they inherit their father’s ranch. But the lure of gold is too powerful for the uncle and he departs to prospect. Others swoop in, trying to steal everything. The brothers learn what it means to stand their ground and work as one to save their ranch – and each other. “James's storyline is alluring and action-packed” -BookLife Prize. From $0.99 SHOP NOW


ZOMBABE by I.S. Belle

Children and Young Adult

"Zombabe made it into my top 10 favorite reads of the year, and I will definitely be reading the second installment!" -Goodreads Review. Book one in a trilogy, Zombabe is a heartwarming LGBT Horror/Paranormal YA novel about a group of friends putting down an ancient evil inextricably linked to their sleepy town of Bulldeen, Maine. "Reading Zombabe was like a love letter to my younger self. I think, had this book existed when I was sixteen and hurting [...] I would have clung to it like a lifeline." -Goodreads Review. From $3.99 SHOP NOW


I Am America series from North Star Classroom

Children and Young Adult

Storytellers preserve a nation’s history. But what happens when some stories are silenced? The I Am America series features fictional stories based on important historical events from people whose voices have been underrepresented, lost, or forgotten over time. There are 10 books in the series, available individually or in sets of 2, direct from North Star Classroom. From $8.99 SHOP NOW


The Chalice and the Chain by Lougash T Shaw

Children and Young Adult

In the third title of the Raven Song Adventure Series, mysterious creatures have brought secrets, tales, and adventure to Four Oaks. One carries objects of great power. It’s a good thing the kid heroes and their dog are around! The story allows young readers to locate themselves in settings where intelligence and creativity flourish. The book begins with a call to action to imagine and ends with a call to action to create. From $7.44 SHOP NOW