The Mystery of the Giant Kohlrabi is a humorous adventure novel for ages 8-12.
When Nero and his family go to help their relatives harvest their top-secret, genetically engineered, house-sized vegetables, he doesn’t expect to discover a monstrous, hidden weapon about to destroy the garden. He will need all the courage he has, and lots more he doesn’t, to save the garden and his family from a crawly, slimy fate.
Kraamlok is an epic fantasy/science fiction dragon novel for ages 11 to 15, or anyone who loves dragons. This book has a lot of them! Here’s what it’s about:
Since the day he hatched, dragon seer Tondoor has been tasked with dreaming a solution to his tribe’s prophecy of doom from the sky. If only he could figure out how. As rebellion brews around him, Tondoor learns that the answer he seeks is lost somewhere in the other five corners of the world. Can he find it before the kraamlok destroys the dragons forever?
Draco’s Child is a young adult fantasy novel for ages 13 and up.
Varia lives on a planet that orbits a star in the constellation Draco the Dragon. Where the only other person her age is Sidran, a boy she can’t stand, and where the forest is trying to kill them. Then two things happen: an alien child made of stars steals Sidran away, and Varia befriends a dragon.
The star child offers to keep the colony alive—if they let it shrink them all back into children. Varia refuses, because the dragon can help them instead, right? But the dragon already knows the star child, and it wants war. With Varia at its side.
Bill Bruin Shovels His Roof is a picture book for all ages. It’s about snow, and friendship, and sliding, and did I mention snow?
Bill Bruin has a problem. He should be sleeping away the cold winter, but the cold keeps him awake. Can he clear off his roof before nightfall so he can get into his bathroom to have a hot, bubbly bath?
Schools can buy this book in packages of 6 from Scholastic Education.