Fantasy

Toads on Toast

Author: 
Linda Bailey
Illustrator: 
Colin Jack

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 9

Fox was bored with his same old boiled toad meals day in and day out so he buys himself a cookbook and discovers most toad recipes call for YOUNG toads not old ones. After catching a bag full of young toads he gets ready to try a new recipe when the toads' mother suggests she teach him a secret toad family recipe instead.

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Fairest of All

Author: 
Sarah Mlynowski

Reading Level: Grades 3-5

"Once upon a time my life was normal.  Then the mirror in our basement ate us."

When a magic mirror transports 10-year-old Abby and her little brother Jonah to the forest next to the cottage of the seven dwarves, they stop Snow White from eating the poisoned apple.  Now Snow White has two problems: 1) The evil queen keeps trying to kill her and 2) Since she didn't eat the apple, the prince didn't kiss her so she has lost her chance to live happily ever after.

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Dark Lord, The Early Years

Author: 
Jamie Thomson

Reading Level: Grades 5-7

The Dark Lord, Master of the Legions of Dread, Sorcerer Supreme and Lord of the Darklands is confused.  One moment he was leading his legions against the White Wizard Hasdruban the Pure and the next he is falling out of his world into a strange land where he is trapped in the body of a puny human.  

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Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs

Author: 
Mo Willems

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 9

Three dinosaurs leave food on the table and the door unlocked, but they aren't doing it on purpose to try to lure a famous blonde lunch, um, girl into the house, honest.

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Bedtime for Monsters

Author: 
Ed Vere

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 6

Have you ever wondered if there are monsters out there somewhere? Have you ever wondered if one of those monsters might be heading your way thinking about what a good snack you would make? Have you? If not, you might start thinking about that after reading this book.

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The Princess and the Pig

Author: 
Jonathan Emmett
Illustrator: 
Poly Bernatene

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 7

When princess Priscilla fouls her diaper her horrified mother accidentally drops her--out the window! Luckily for Priscilla she falls into a farmer's cart and in the process launches a piglet named Pigmella up into her cradle, and thus a pig is raised as a princess and a princess as a farmer's daughter. In this silly fractured fairytale.

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