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Luna's Star

Sheamus Rasch

In a deep dark forest lived a little owlet named Luna. Like all owls, Luna is a nocturnal animal which means she stays up all night and sleeps during the day. One night, Luna’s Momma and Papa told her, “Little Bird, you can be anything you want to be. Only the sky is the limit. So dream big.”

Fly with a determined owlet named Luna as she reaches for the stars.

Activities and Order information here.

Pasel Rabbit Series

Christopher Hooten

Illustrator Jody Lange

Adventures of a young rabbit. Pasel Rabbit was born in a burrow under the massive umbrella of a large live oak tree at Farmer’s Corner. Pasel was the smallest of three newborn rabbits welcomed into this world by Daddy and Mama Rabbit. Though small in size even for a cottontail rabbit, Pasel is adventuresome and finds himself in challenging and dangerous situations. Pasel lives near a field surrounded by a dense forest with many predators and surprising friends.

The Pasel Rabbit Series includes stories of his adventures in a great thunderstorm, while visiting a forbidden garden, on a lost trail, and with a forest gnome. Learn more about Pasel here.

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Penelope's Hope

Laurie Guderian

Illustrator Anthony LeBeau

A make-believe story about a young dog with very special dreams for her future.

Learn more about Penelope here.

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Growing up in Alaska:
A Baby Arctic Tern

Constance Taylor

Illustrator Ben O'Brien

Growing up in Alaska A baby Arctic Tern hatches in Alaska. He has much to learn: how to eat, how to swim, how to bathe. But his greatest wish ... is to FLY!

This is the story of an Alaskan Arctic Tern as he grows up in Alaska's Potter Marsh near Anchorage. You follow him as he learns to eat, swim and care for his feathers. After many days of practice, trial and failure, he gains the joy of flying with his parents.

The text, photographs and illustrations explain his experiences. Children see how he keeps on trying when practicing new skills. Perfect for reading to younger children and for older children to read to themselves.

A photographic story of learning, growing and spreading your wings.

Learn more about this award-winning children's book here. Also find children's activities and videos of Arctic Tern's life.

How to Order

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