Children’s Fiction

Constellation Station
by Gary Alexander Azerier (illustrated by Ioanny Dimov)
Constellation Station Front Cover 2014
Karl opened the book of maps. Inside, however, there were no maps. There seemed to be…a story!
It began: Through his room window, Karl could see the night was thick, but he could see pinpoints of gold and patches of orange light scattered along the horizon. Soon, thought Karl, he would reach Constellation Station. He had been planning this trip for as long as he could remember and now, finally, his dream would become realized…
Suitable for ages 8 to 12.

Golden Spinner
written by Jennifer R Resetar (illustrated by John Powers)
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Golden Spinner is a story about a child named Alex, who is being bullied. He feels there is no hope, life is no longer fun. Then one day something amazing happens that changes not only his life but the life of the boy who is bullying him.

Come join the adventure as a new superhero is born, a superhero that stops bullying!
Contains two stories in the one book. Suitable for ages 10 to 12.

Sea Lily
by Brooke Breazeale (illustrated by David I Faust)
Sea Lily Front Cover

Ella Elizabeth is a spirited nine year old. One rainy afternoon, her world is turned around. She is pulled into a world below the surface of the sea and sees amazing things that she only had previously read about.
Ella Elizabeth meets Tearuslee, a mermaid servant. Together, they set off to find a rare flower called the Sea Lily to help rescue Tearuslee’s people. They team up with two fabulous sea creatures and set off to find the mysterious flower.
Although there are many trials, will Ella Elizabeth and her friends find the flower in time?
Suitable for ages 8 to 12.

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