One Elm Books
An Imprint of Red Chair Press
Middle Grade novels from One Elm Books empower and inform young readers
"The author celebrates and embraces differences in her adventure to Kenya.This is a must-read for all, especially young people, to become aware of the stark realities..away from home."
RADHIKA IYENGAR, Ph.D. Director of Education, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
"Funny and heartwarming. A great choice for families who want something to read together."
"A respectful and loving portrayal of a young Lakota girl growing up in the turmoil of the late 1800s. I recommend this book as a captivating story that needs to be told."
MARY PUTHOFF, Program Specialist, Title VI American Indian Education Program
A CALF NAMED BRIAN HIGGINS
An adventure in rural Kenya
978-1-947159-00-6 HC $16.99 (List)
TREVOR LEE AND THE BIG UH-OH!
978-1-947159-06-8 HC $14.99 (List)
2018 Nautilus Award Better Books for a Better World
2019 Book Excellence Gold Award
RED DOVE, LISTEN TO THE WIND
978-1-947159-12-9 HC $17.99 (List)
2019 Winner: Best Fiction for Children/American Book Fest
2019 Nautilus Award Better Books for a Better World
128 pp 6" x 8" Ages 8 to 12
On Sale January 15, 2020
2020 Independent Publisher's
Award Bronze Medal
208 pp 5.25" x 7.75" Ages 9 to 14
On Sale March 2, 2020
"So he sploosh-squeeks a little. And he puts frogs in his mouth...and sticks boogers up Mozart's nose. He's a typical 4th grader, and he's on a mission."
Darleen Bailey Beard, award-winning author of Twister, The Flimflam Man and others
"An engaging, sports-focused, family-driven Japanese spin on the new-kid-in-school narrative."
"Pop Flies really pops!"
Dori Jones Yang, author of The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball
128 pp 5.5" x 8" Ages 7 to 11
On Sale August 1, 2020
"This quick-paced fantasy adventure provides plenty of suspense and humor."
Brian Lies, Celdecott Honor recipient for The Rough Patch
224 pages 6" x 8" Ages 9 to 13
On Sale August 4, 2020
STARRED Review: Booklist May 2020
"Second Dad Summer engages young readers in a story that touches on a number of complex issues surrounding non-traditional LGBTQ families. It is my hope that
Jeremiah's struggles and revelations will offer peace, compassion and voice to the voiceless."
Michelle Herczog, former President of National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS)
176 pp 6" x 8" Ages 9 to 14
On Sale August 1, 2020