Children's Books

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JULIA JONES - My Worst Day Ever! - Book 1: Diary Book for Girls aged 9 - 12: Volume 1 (Julia Jones' Diary)

Julia looks forward to the most exciting event of the year. As the countdown begins, her world fills with new friendships and surprises, especially when a very pretty girl unexpectedly joins her class and they become great friends. In addition, the cutest boy at school suddenly becomes a part of their group and Julia looks forward to the special occasion that they are all planning for. But without warning, the events that begin to unfold are not at all what Julia has anticipated. Is there a bully in their midst and is bullying going on around her? What is in store for Julia and what is the final outcome of her worst day ever? You are sure to love the first book in the Julia Jones series. It is fast paced and suspenseful and will captivate you from start to finish. A fantastic book for girls aged from 9 to 12.

Diary of a Dancing Drama Queen: Volume 1 (The Secret Ramblings of Harriet Hughes)

Harriet Hughes is not a girl who likes pink or dancing, in fact she hates them both. Harriet is devastated when she has to attend a dance class, with the most popular girl in school and she is constantly humiliated in front of her secret crush Oliver. Will Harriet manage to make it through dance class? Will Oliver notice her and will her parents ever stop embarrassing her? Follow Harriet's funny middle grade adventures in this beginner chapter book which includes illustrations.

Diary of a Kid Named Wedgie

Junior High School student Wedgie get into trouble with his older school mates.

Neotopia #1 (Neotopia: 1)

Nalyn, a servant kidnapped while standing in for the real princess, is finally rescued by her friends, but her troubles have just begun! Mistaken for the real princess, she is ordered by the prince to lead the Mathenian army to battle against her former captors, the Krossians!

Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 1: The Quest for Screen Time

Giant Afro. Even Bigger Brain. Jaden Toussaint is a five year-old who knows it all. I mean, really knows it all. Animal Science. Great Debater. Master of the art of ninja dancing. There's nothing Jaden Toussaint can't do. The only problem is that grown-ups keep trying to convince him that, even though he's really smart, he doesn't know EVERYTHING. The thing is...he kind of does. This time our hero must use all his super-powered brain power to convince the grown-ups that he needs more screen time.