The following nine books are wonderful “page-turners” of fiction for kids ages nine and up. These books are a combination of fantasy, realistic fiction, mystery and more. They are just what your child will need to get, or stay, excited about reading.
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'Healing Hearts' by Sarah M. Eden and 'White Out' by Brett Cain are outstanding novels that will touch hearts and invite introspection. They focus on different time periods. Eden's novel is told from a woman's point of view and is classified as an Historical, while Cain's a man's point of view and is Contemporary Mystery/Suspense.
The days are short, and the nights are dark and long. If you’re looking for a nice picture book to settle youngsters down for the night – look no further. Some of these books are about sleep and others are just great stories. All of these books are quick reads and are perfect for ages three to seven.
The few Westerns such as Sarah Eden's 'Hope Springs' and 'Savage Wells' series that have drawn wide attention in recent years were more often classified as Historical, Pioneer fiction, or even Romances. But Kate Palmer has gone a step further in creating Contemporary Westerns with all of the horses, cowboys, outlaws, cattle, vast tracts of land, and small town sheriffs of the Old West updated to the present time.
It’s winter and the season of snow and cold. Here are some wonderful books celebrating this magical time of year. All are picture books and are good for ages three to eight.
Pauline Isaksen is new to the ranks of novelists who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She's European and writes within the framework of English law. Her first book, Dying for Justice, is a suspenseful mystery. Readers will notice differences in her style from that of more familiar American suspense writers, but will enjoy a style more reminiscent of the English classics most of us grew up on.