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Nikki the Invisible Girl

Created & told by Illona Bray For children 7-12 When her wish to be invisible comes true, Nikki, a slightly gawky middle schooler, turns crime-fighting super heroine (and gets even with the snobby kids). Part 1: Nikki’s Birthday Wish When Nikki first goes invisible, she has fun pulling little pranks on her family and schoolmates. But then it hits her — she has all
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The Monotonia Chronicles

Created by Ilona Bray & told by Cynthia Marcucci For children 6-11 Will Princess Claria’s high spirits and pure heart help her find true love and transform the musty old palace in the Kingdom of Monotonia? Part 1: Princess Claria’s Choice Forced by her parents to find a husband, Princess Claria invents a contest that she thinks no man can win. To claim her
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Ralphie the Gopher

Created by Rich Stim & Steve Fishman and told by Rich Stim For children 7-12 Ralphie is a gopher with a difference. He loves reading books, eating pizza and hanging out with his friend, Amy. Life would be grand if only Ralphie didn’t have to battle snakes, hawks, and the evil Lady in Blue. Part 1: Don’t Eat the Pizza Amy has a reading
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Ivan the Not So Terrible

Created by Rich Stim & told by Peter Rofe For children 7-12 Using a magical vest invented by his grand-father George, 10-year old Ivan travels back in time to stop a disaster from happening in the future. Part 1: Getting to Yesterday Ivan learns that George is a famous inventor, who invents wonderful things. But he saves his greatest invention for Ivan… a magical
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Sarabel to the Rescue

Created by Toni Ihara and told by Lani Minella For children 6-11 Sarabel, an oddball young hedgehog, saves the hedgerow from the dangers of a riddle-loving monster in the first of three action-packed adventures. Part 1: The Horror at the Hedgerow When suddenly a riddle-loving monster threatens to gobble up the hedgehogs, raccoons, and other creatures of the hedgerow, it’s up to goofy young
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Fiona the Smart Ghost

Created by Jake Warner and told by Lani Minella For children 6-11 Twelve-year old Fiona, the world’s smartest ghost girl, finds a new home with Oliver, age 10, and his younger sister Pet, age 8, who must first convince their disbelieving parents that Fiona really does exist. Part 1: Fiona the Ghost When her house burns to the ground in a tragic fire, 12-year
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The Tibbodnock Stories

Created and told by Jake Warner For children 5-11 It’s the 1890s and three children, Emilita, Maddy and Benjamin (who everyone calls Bongo), share a series of innocent adventures as they vacation in the seaside town of Tibbodnock. Part 1: Spooky Sounds in the Night Emilita, Maddy and Bongo are awakened by a mysterious thumping sound coming from the attic. Thump. Thump. Thump. And
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Rainbow of the Sioux

Created and told by Jake Warner For children 5-11 A young girl, the lone survivor of a wagon train plagued by illness, finds herself alone in Indian Country. Can she survive, a stranger in a strange land? Part 1: Alone in Indian Country While admiring an amazing rainbow, a band of Sioux scouts stumbles on the young girl. She aims her rifle at the
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Clem the Detective Dog

Created and told by Jake Warner For children 5-11 Albert Muldoon, England’s stupidest detective, bumbles his way from case to case. Lucky for him that Clem, the clever black detective dog with the crooked tail, is there to catch the bad guys. Part 1: The Mystery of Lost Dragon Castle Albert gets a mysterious envelope containing clues for a treasure. Too bad the booty
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Jecko & Wrecko

Created and told by Jake Warner For children 5-11 Come with us to a warm and sunny land where Jecko, a young black gecko with green spots, has exciting-and sometimes scary- adventures. Part 1: Jecko Looks for a Friend On a lonely walk along the beach Jecko meets Wrecko, a green and yellow gecko just about his age. All is well until Wrecko disappears.
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