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Books

A Dandelion Wish/From the Mist (Disney: The Never Girls)

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: Jana Christy

The Never Girls—Kate, Lainey, Mia, and Gabby—travel to Never Land, make wishes, and ride on mysterious mist horses in this treasury of the third and fourth adventures in the New York Times...

Never Girls #10: On the Trail (Disney: The Never Girls)

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: RH Disney

Four best friends—Kate, Mia, Lainey, and Gabby—travel to Never Land, where they find adventure, friendship, and . . . mystery! When the girls realize that animal talent fairy Fawn is missing,...

Show Your Love! (Shimmer and Shine)

By: Mary Tillworth
illustrated by: Dave Aikins

Can Nickelodeon's Shimmer and Shine show their best friend how much they love her? The answer will require a lot of magic—and a few mistakes—in this full-color Big Golden Book that's sure to...


Never Girls #8: Far from Shore (Disney: The Never Girls)

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: RH Disney

Four real girls in a fairy's world.Kate and her three best friends finally meet a Never Land legend—the one and only Peter Pan! Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies star in a magical early chapter...

Leah's Dream Dollhouse (Shimmer and Shine)

By: Mary Tillworth
illustrated by: Heekyoung Yum

Shimmer and Shine use a little magic to make Leah’s dream dollhouse come alive. Little girls and boys ages 3 to 7 who love Nickelodeon’s twin genies will love this full-color storybook that...


Resources

City of Lies

By: Lian Tanner

BOOK TALK
 
Join Toadspit and Goldie as they travel to the city of Spoke to rescue Toadspit’s younger sister who has been captured by child-stealers.  On the way to Spoke, Toadspit is...

The Door in the Forest

By: Roderick Townley

Book Talk
 
Is being able to only tell the truth a curse or a gift? For Daniel, it seems as though it’s both. Other kids don’t want to play with him because he always tattles the truth...