These GAP fiction titles are currently listed as bestsellers at Fictionwise!
What child doesn’t wish for a horse of his own? Aaron certainly does! When his wish comes true Aaron is thrilled, but a horse in the house presents a few unexpected problems, and now Aaron has a tough decision to make. Will Aaron’s choice make everyone happy? What about Horace?
A Horse of Course by Shari Lyle-Soffe and illustrated by Eugene Ruble #26
Reanie is a shy girl. She has a new step dad whose shoulders seem to fill their small house. Afraid to disappoint him, she retreats to her room whenever Bill asks her to play. But when he invites her on a photo safari in the creek, Reanie can't resist. As the father and daughter splash through the water, they encounter many creatures. Bill teaches Reanie how to handle a camera, and her new step-dad doesn't seem so strange anymore.
Illustrated with Kim Chatel's stunning photography, this is more than a story. It is a journey with Reanie as she finds her voice and her artistic talent. The back of the book includes five non-fiction pages about photography: a glossary of terms, tips on taking better pictures and historical tidbits about photography.
A Talent for Quiet by Kim Chatel #27
This endearing book introduces Splish, who longs to read—all by himself. Mama tells Splish to be patient and keep trying, and one day it will happen. Splish wants to believe Mama, but he still sulks and gets frustrated. In the end, perseverance and patience (everyone's) are rewarded!
And Then Mama Said...It Takes Time to Learn to Read by Gena Suarez and illustrated by Kevin S. Collier #34
Andy and Spirit’s world expands as they grow together and experience things neither would have had the opportunity to do alone. The two become heroes to each other as they meet and accomplish challenges Andy never thought possible before the two of them became a team. 10 illustrations, 2100 word storybook, 24 pages.
Three extra pages of activities about 4-H and wild horse management.
Andy and Spirit Go to the Fair by Mary Jean Kelso and illustrated by K.C. Snider #35
Andy and Spirit are at the Nevada State Fair to participate in 4-H activities. During a tour through the grounds they find they must run away from danger and, in seeking safety, become involved in rescuing a bully that has taunted Andy for years.
2 pages of educational information about Hippotherapy.
Andy and Spirit in the Big Rescue by Mary Jean Kelso and illustrated by K.C. Snider #36
When Andy takes equine therapy, he learns how to cope with his disabilities and searches for ways to get along with a bully at school. By learning about the horse and its own handicaps, Andy begins to see hope for himself and his future. 4 pages of horse educational facts included.
Andy and the Albino Horse by Mary Jean Kelso and illustrated by K.C. Snider #37
Guardian angels are being turned into bubbles! Join Alison and her pets—a golden retriever, a deer, and a mouse—as they cross forests, hike mountains, and climb rainbows in order to find God and help the angels. An adventurous, mythical journey!
Angel in a Bubble written and illustrated by Melisa Eyuboglu #38
More GAP fiction bestsellers:
Cartwheel Annie by Marilee Crow and illustrated by K.C. Snider
Chizzy's Topsy Tale by Donna J. Shepherd and illustrated by Kevin S. Collier
Cloud Jumpers by Tracy Aherns and illustrated by Eugene Ruble
Color Me Happy by Sally M. Harris and illustrated by Cecilia Paplinksi
Crash! by Marya Calvani and illustrated by Anna Pylypchuk
Diligence the Dragon written and illustrated by Kevin S. Collier
Does Heaven Get Mail? by Marilee Crow and illustrated by K.C. Snider
Doggie Day Camp: Verb and Adverb Adventures by Cynthia Reeg and illustrated by Kit Grady
Dotty's Topsy Tale by Donna J. Shepherd and illustrated by Kevin S. Collier
Gifts from God by Cynthia Reeg with photo art by Mary Sue Roberts
Gilly the Seasick Fish written and illustrated by Susann Batson
Learn more about these and other GAP titles at http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/