The BOOK TRAILERS are here!
Welcome to our Island of Mysteriously Different Books!
Here is where you will find books that are mysteriously different than others. That's because each of them have something inside--a treasure, really--that you can take back and use in your own world.
What kind of treasure? There are different kinds for different treasure hunters. And since not everyone is the same, we invite you to look around and explore.
Click the book covers below to find out
more about each one.
New! From Little Treasures (Ages 4-9) and Hero Treasures (Middle Ggrade to Young Adult)
Sassy Pants LEARNS The Hard Way
Sassy Pants LEARNS To Make Amends
Written by Carol A. Brown
with illustrations by Nada Serafimovic
Sometimes she learns the easy way, and sometimes the hard way. Find out which it will be in these stories of how Sassy Pants came to the barnyard and what she had to learn to stay there.
Others you might like...
From Hero Treasures...
KNIGHTS of the Empire (Middle Grade)
Filled with bits of survival and wilderness skills, wrapped up in an exciting story of brotherhood and loyalty. William Hudson and Jefferson Boone Junior come face-to-face with legends, and ghost towns, and being stranded in a desert rippling with hundred-degree heat. And no roads. Things like that can change you.
WARNING: Some things in this book are catching.
From Treasures of the Heart...
The Kidnapping of Mary
Mary Ellen Cooper thinks she knows pretty much everything there is to know about life, but she is about to become a statistic. What can you do when the only person who can save you is yourself?
From Mysterious Treasures...
Return to the Dinosaur Planet
Two boys, a little sister, and a monkey from NASA are on the loose with summer passes to the museum. They are on a secret mission to find a legendary scientist that went missing years before, while working on a classified space project. At first, it's only fun and games. But it isn't long before the friends discover... How dangerous some games really are.
From Finding Treasures
The Best Good Things (Nonfiction for all ages)
Our Editor's nonfiction favorites that give young people something better to do. Trust us...you will love them! First up... the Backpack SURVIVAL GUIDE. But more about that, later.