Country Cow City Cow
Wheels Before Wings
MIRACLE: Middle grade Fiction
Miracle Jones is not sorry Brown Betty died. That car moved her and Momma to twenty different states and now Miracle wants time to cure her face rash and make a friend. Yet when a cop shows up for Momma, Miracle is deposited on a bus to visit a grandma she didn't know existed, with a note from Momma: "I need $2,000 bail money. I'll see you soon." At grandma's, Miracle uncovers secrets, especially about her father.
Does a girl save herself or her Momma?
Betty and Gertie love the same moosic, but they’re as different as horns and hooves. When Betty mooves to Moo York City, Gertie goes for a visit, but finds the subway makes her sick. Betty comes back to the country for a visit, but misses the sounds of the city. The girls want to spend time together, but they must find ways to stay friends by accepting their differences and staying true to themselves or risk being miserable by attempting to be someone they are not. COUNTRY COW CITY COW contains the camaraderie found in ELEPHANT and PIGGIE stories by Mo Willems and the differing perspectives of YOU ARE (NOT) SMALL by Anna Kang .
Steph can't remember home. Steph forges her way on roads--up, down, all around--until she comes to a castle. Steph is too dirty, too ordinary to go inside--until she realizes she is not alone and girls of all backgrounds are coming home.
"They told me there would be others in this forest. They didn't tell me they were dead."
Mora Borins is branded as her community's scapegoat and left for dead in a forest. Yet what she finds among the trees leads to clues about her true identity--an identity written in a prophecy. This prophecy is guarded by an evil Creature. Creature uses his own version of the prophecy to gain power. But time is running out for all pieces of the true prophecy to be revealed so that an ancient war might finally end.