Spaceports & Spidersilk: Dragonya (April 2018 Issue / Middle grade fantasy)
Description: Spaceports & Spidersilk features some of the best science fiction and fantasy fiction and poetry for kids of all ages. The April 2018 issue will take you to places you might never have imagined. It will appeal to your inner child, and hopefully take you back to the places you loved as a child…and if you’re still a child, it will open your imagination to all kinds of new worlds.
This issue features fiction by: Jessica Marie Baumgartner, Melanie Smith, Tyler Omichinski, Eamonn Murphy, and Maureen Bowden. It also features poetry by: John Grey, Christina Sng, Rebecca Herzog, Pamela Love, and Tamara K. Walker.
Guardian Angel Kids Ezine: Do You Haiku? (March Issue / Children’s non-fiction)
Description: Not all poems have to rhyme. Come explore the world of Japanese word art.
Guardian Angel Kids Ezine: Perfect Pines (January 2018 Issue / Children’s non-fiction)
Description: Young nature lovers unite! This issue is all about the wonder of trees.
Read for FREE: http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com/1-018-3Dflip/index.html#p=12
FrostFire Worlds: Red Monster (November 2017 Issue / Children’s Sci’fi/Fantasy Magazine-paperback)
Red Monster by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
The Earth Groans by Daniel R. Julian
The Last House on Halloween Night by Gary W. Davis
Summer of 1974 by Debby Feo
What’s Bugging You? by A M Paulson
Trixie by K.S. Hardy
When the Signal Ends by Rebecca Linam
Dread Colmina by Anne E. Johnson
The Report (Part 2) by Debby Feo
The Fabric of Time by Peter McQuarrie
Born of Wire by JD DeHart
Hey Babe by JD DeHart
Game Player by JD DeHart
Don’t Try this Back on Earth by Lauren McBride
From the Botanical Tour Guide by Lauren McBride
Arrow by Robert William Shmigelsky
Interview with the Faerie (Part One) by Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert
Gargoyles in the Garden by Vonnie Winslow Crist
Rats Under Foot by Vonnie Winslow Crist
The Golden Rule (Children’s picture book-hardcover, paperback, ebook, & audiobook)
Description: The “Golden Rule” is for everyone. When a young girl starts to learn about the different ways to say it, she finds that every culture and faith has their own way to express the “Golden Rule.” Celebrate a love of diversity and acceptance in this beautifully illustrated tale.
Description: A young girl realizes that her family celebrates a different faith than most. When she questions her friends about their beliefs she learns that they all have different backgrounds and comes to understand that all families are different.
Link / Order: My Family is Different