BOOKS
  1. The Boy in my Locker
    Chapter Book ~ Adventure Story *Includes Teacher's Guide After hearing curious voices in her head, nine-year-old Aubrey discovers a boy sending cosmic video transmissions from the mirror inside her locker. She quickly learns his world is collapsing and desperately needs her help. Aubrey heroically jumps at the opportunity but quickly faces the harsh realities of the fourth-grade: bullying, trumpet-solo-band-anxiety, boys, peer-pressure, and the Othello-3 Dark Matter Beast. Will Aubrey be able to save the intergalactic boy from his crumbling planet before it’s too late?
  2. There's an Ogre-Beast in the Playground
    Chapter Book ~ Bullying and Accepting Differences I hated school. I hated everything about it. Mostly I hated Corban Barkley because he convinced my entire class that I was an overgrown circus monkey. Or something like that. Life was pretty miserable for me at Red Apple Creek Public School...that is until the Ogre-Beast came to visit. Then my life totally changed.
  3. How Mr. Monster Biggens Changed my Life
    Children's Picture Book about bullying and accepting differences My classmates wouldn’t play with me because I was different. I wanted to be just like them. However, when Mr. Monster Biggens visited our school, I wanted to be me...more than anything.
  4. That Thing in the Sky
    Chapter Book ~ Adventure and Sci-Fi Thinking the world is coming to an end, Bailey and Margaret watch a strange object hurtle from the sky. The two nervously investigate the mysterious crash and discover an alien has landed on earth. A teenage farm boy named Sheldon joins them as they try to help the lost creature return to its home. However, they soon realize this alien is not alone.
  5. Stoneway
    Middle-Grade Paranormal and Bullying Story Haunted by a boy named Riley Grayson, twelve year-old Wesley is suddenly confronted by three things he fears the most in life: Love, Bullying and Ghosts. While on a grade eight camping trip at Lake Stoneway, Wesley struggles with his fears, trying to find ways to get the attention of Michelle Heartly while stopping his best friend from picking on a new boy named Simon.
  6. The Altruism Trial
    Chapter Book ~ Adventure Story Riley Pickering knows he'll be the next Sidney Crosby so it is expected everyone should cater to him, take care of his needs, and worship the ground he walks on. In addition, he has no patience for school, Science, Mme. Capretta, the French language or following rules. However, when a Science Project goes horribly wrong, Riley finds himself in the middle of the Pacific, stranded on an island scrambling to find ways to survive. When he meets two teenagers who are in a similar predicament, he begins to question whether he accidentally landed on the island, or whether he was intentially sent there.
  7. Alex was Here
    Middle-Grade Paranormal Story When a door is opened in the sky above Screaming Ridge, the people of Timpleville become infected by unsettled spirits. Blinded by his love for Daisy Darlington, twelve year-old Alex Thomas is unable to see his social life, school, and town fall apart around him. While preparing for the school's annual Entrepreneurial Fair, Alex learns about the infamous Wesley Stone Sabotage: A student with paranormal connections who disappeared after an embarrassing practical joke ruined his project. Alex and Daisy soon realize his disappearance is connected to the strange outbreak that is destroying the town. With Daisy's help and a few unlikely acquaintances, Alex risks everything in an attempt to bring order back to Timpleville.
  8. Remembering Kaylee Cooper
    Middle-Grade Paranormal Story Kaylee Cooper is certain that Alex will become friends with a ghost this year. Alex thinks that he is far too old to be listening to a little grade one and encourages Kaylee to stop jeopardizing his important sixth grade social life. Kaylee doesn’t listen and finds awkward ways to spend as much time with Alex as possible, even if it means following him into the boy’s washroom. Fed up, Alex develops a strategic plan to ultimately get rid of Kaylee Cooper for good. However, he soon learns about the mysterious legend of Screaming Ridge Road that pulls an unlikely group of friends together, including the girl of his dreams, and the school’s meanest bully. When they discover the legend is real, and that Kaylee Cooper is at the core of the mystery, Alex stares death in the face and helps save her from an eternal life of misery and confusion.
  9. They Came from the Trees
    Teen Fiction ~ Dystopian and Sci-Fi The invaders need the mentally strong and the physically able—the rest of the human population are simply landfill. Who are these creatures and what are their intentions? Sheldon, a fifteen-year-old high school dropout, has no interest in finding out—at least not yet. Instead, he fights for his life as these ruthless aliens take over the little town of Hidden Trail. Sheldon takes refuge in an abandoned school with a beautiful girl named Cara and a couple of kids who happen to have profound ideas about the motives of the alien invasion. The group is soon picked up by some edgy teenagers who are preparing to escape to the water. However, when Cara goes missing, Sheldon deviates from the plans and discovers more about the rapidly evolving aliens and their horrifying yet curious vision. The lovestruck teen soon questions the morality of the human spirit, and wonders what it might be like to submit to the utopian idealisms of this new alien race.
  10. Respecting Mr. Ravi
    Early Middle-Grade Paranormal Story How far would you go to teach your school a lesson? If you’re 11 year-old Alex Thomas, you would risk embarrassment, humiliation, and even your life. When Alex learns how poorly the school’s custodian, Mr. Ravi, is being treated, he comes up with a brilliant plan. With help from his friends, Alex decides to make Mr. Ravi the focus of an upcoming Multi-Cultural Project. Alex’s goal is simple, to get the entire school to start respecting Mr. Ravi. However, as Alex begins his blundering, yet noble journey, he discovers an extraordinary secret, a secret that changes the lives of everyone in his school.
  11. Solving Damian Dermite
    Early Middle-Grade Bullying Story How would you stop the most feared bully in school from humiliating your new best friend? An impulsive 11-year-old boy named Alex Thomas has a simple solution: you hurl your left over pizza at him. Although it does mean he will have to spend the sixth grade finding clever ways to escape a vengeful bully. Alex soon discovers that hiding in the boy’s bathroom, stinking up the cafeteria, pulling the fire alarm ,and running away are not the answers. When he finds himself standing with no clothes on in front of the entire school, Alex quickly realizes things have gotten way out of hand. With help from his brother, and a calculated plan in place, Alex faces his greatest fear...and finally solves Damian Dermite.
  12. Bigger than Alexander
    Children's Picture Book ~ Friendship Inference Activity: When Alexander starts school in the fall his teacher notices that he can't stop growing. Before long, he's too big for the classroom and has to move away to a farm. Alexander is heartbroken and so is his class. When the teacher tells Alexander how wonderful she thinks he is, Alexander believes it's just because he's unusually tall. However, when the teacher moves the entire classroom to Alexander's farm they are finally able show him just how special he really is.
  13. How to Sneak your Monster into School
    Procedural Writing Story: The book follows a young boy as he humorously goes through the various steps that are needed to sneak a monster into school. The Jacketflap: "There are 22 very important steps you need to follow in order to sneak your Monster into school. This book will teach you how to be sneaky, how to distract, and how to show your Monster that you care. Before you begin, you will need large sunglasses, a can of worms, a bright red clown nose, peanut butter, a pink wig, and an extra-large toothbrush.
  14. I Don't want to go to Sleep!
    As a young boy and girl struggle with the idea of having to go to sleep, they get interrupted by the moon who questions their desire to stay up. The moon tells them that by going to sleep they will get to do lots of fun things, such as saving the world from a gang of nose-picking space zombies, or drinking from a cream-soda flavored river and riding in air bubbles from a pink underwater elephant. However, before the moon can finish, he notices their dreaming adventures have already begun.
  15. Mr. Pancake Turkey
    Farmer Francis is unhappy with one of his turkeys. For some reason, it is as flat as a pancake. How can he possibly have it ready in time for Thanksgiving? Farmer Francis desperately searches for clever ways to plump up his unique little turkey. In the process, Farmer Francis unexpectedly finds himself learning the true meaning behind Thanksgiving, while making a new friend.
  16. Trapped in 1867
    Canada: Confederation Story Ontario Curriculum Desperate to get a great mark on her 150 year anniversary presentation of Ottawa, Gauri sneaks into her dad's time machine with a boy from her class and travels back to 1867. Problems quickly unfold, leaving the two fifth-graders trapped in the unforgiving elements of winter, struggling to stay alive.
  17. The Whispering Tree
    The Ogre-Beast showed the town of Red Apple Creek that being different was cool. He taught me to be proud of who I was. He changed my life. But the Mayor decided to lock him up in a cage. Who does that to a beautiful creature? Our fourth grade class went to visit him along Glarington River, and all I wanted to do was cry. When I happened to see a legendary Whispering Tree floating by, I decided to jump off the ferry boat and escape. I just didn't want to be on that stupid field trip anymore. However, when I climbed onto the trunk of the giant tree, I had no clue I was about to go on the strangest, most heroic journey of my life.
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    It's up to You
    "It's up to YOU" Indirect bullying goes unseen far too often. It's an invisible, draining and negative energy that harms many young teens today. We know it's there...the question is, how do we stop it? This is an educational book for children and teens https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=UAwqkIzKK08&feature=emb_logo.
  19. The Giant Inside
    Chapter Book ~ Bullying Story An impulsive eleven-year-old boy named Alex Thomas has just angered Damian Dermite. Sadly he realizes he will likely have to spend the sixth grade finding clever ways to escape the vengeful bully. Alex soon discovers that hiding in the boy’s bathroom, stinking up the cafeteria, pulling the fire alarm and running away, are not the answers. When he finds himself standing with no clothes on in front of the entire school, Alex quickly realizes things have gotten way out of hand. With help from his brother, and a calculated plan in place, Alex faces his greatest fear...and finds the giant inside himself. CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT - Leadership, Trust, Communication, Respect, Kindness, Friendship, Self-Esteem Grade Levels: 3-7 (The Teacher's guide caters to grades 3-8 so grade 8 can work with this story) Chapters: 11 Words/Chapter: Between 1100 - 1400 words Illustrations: 1 colored illustration/chapter
  20. Meeting Henry Greenfield
    Chapter Book ~ Bullying Story When eleven year-old Alex Thomas meets a new boy in his class named Henry Greenfield, Alex’s wild imagination gets the best of him. Convinced that the new boy will steal his chances of becoming popular, Alex decides to humiliate him. In the process, Alex finds himself dealing with socially awkward situations that begin to spiral out of control. However, everything changes when Alex finds Henry on the playground being picked on by Damian Dermite, the meanest boy in school. Alex is suddenly inspired to do the right thing and stick up for Henry, even if it means getting himself suspended. Ultimately, Alex learns vital lessons about respect, friendship, and himself. CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT - Friendship, Loyalty, Respect, Kindness, Reflection, Self-Esteem, Peer-Pressure Grade Levels: 3-7 (The Teacher's guide caters to grades 3-8 so grade 8 can work with this story) Chapters: 10 Words/Chapter: Between 1100 - 1400 words Illustrations: 1 colored illustration/chapter