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Libby huddled alone because the other squirrels thought her different, odd. She was white while they were “normal” gray squirrels. Even in the worst winter, she couldn’t join them for warmth or share food. What was a scared, lonely little squirrel to do?
A little boy’s imagination goes wild during his first salon haircut. Even with comforting words by his stylist, little Harry imagines bees buzzing around his ears, a giant pulling on his ears, and even spaceships landing on his head. But Harry gets a surprise when he looks in the mirror.
He hates his name, Bubba, because it gives bullies an excuse to pick on him, especially when he starts at a new school. So what does Bubba do the first day he steps off the bus? Bumps into the biggest kid there. However, instead of slugging the new comer, Giganto,as Bubba calls David, becomes his friend. Are they ever different: quiet, non-confrontational Giganto and tough with a temper Bubba. But David has a secret–a dangerous secret. Bullying Giganto seems the norm at school, ’til Bubba steps in. After some exchanges of words between the bullies and Bubba and a soccer challenge, Giganto’s deadly secret will be revealed.
Well, the weather does…but after Jillian, in her witch’s outfit playfully chants the following from a prop witch’s spell book:
“Changes are due…
Not many but a few
To meet your history
And see it’s not misery
Ghosts will abound
Trekking all around
For you will now travel
In a land full of marvel.”
everyone is in for the surprise of their life. Her backyard is gone. In its place greenery filled with tall trees, a variety of bushes, and…DINOSAURS?
A lifelong sanctuary of home bliss suddenly comes to a halt when Alexandra Stone discovers her parents lied and kept secrets about their family heritage. The discovery comes after a silly chant transports Alex and her best friend Sarah, along with her two pets, to the outskirts of Rock Kingdom.
Now faced with the dangerous elements of Dread’s Forest, Alex is determined to fight the man responsible for their predicament – her uncle.
But is he responsible?
She will risk her safety and trust her instincts when thrust alongside him to battle the Braks, skeletal creatures that project thorn-infested slime encasing their victim before plunging them deep within the caverns of the earth.
Readers will discover that ‘‘things are not always as they appear to be’.
The Rock of Realm will shatter the concept of ‘villain’.