Kindergarten Kapers

Mom’s Choice Award
Winner Los Angeles Book Festival Award 
Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention 
New York Book Festival Honorable Mention
Hollywood Book Festival Honorable Mention
Readers’ Favorite Honorable Mention
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Second book in The Sabrina Series, Sabrina’s first day of school turns into an unexpected adventure!

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Mom's Choice Award
Winner Los Angeles Book Festival Award - Sequels
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention - Biography
New York Book Festival Honorable Mention - Best Children's Book
Hollywood Book Festival Honorable Mention
Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention
Readers' Favorite Honorable Mention - Children's Nonfiction

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Sabrina goes to school and the first day turned into an unexpected adventure! She quickly learns the value of a good friend and the problems with not so good friends. Her haven is the school library where she can read as many books as she wants!

What People Say

Such a sweet story of how reading can take us to unlimited destinations. I love the message of hope contained in the pages of this book and the beautiful illustrations.  —Mariana Evans, Instructional Coach, Lenore PK8

A warm message of hope for children of all ages! It stresses the importance of reading in such a sweet subtle way. It is a wonderful teaching tool that is perfect for every reading group. —Donna Paterino, Director/Operator of Widow's Mite Food Bank, Cook for Mingo County Schools

My entire house loves this book. We read it often and always talk about how it doesn’t matter where we start, it is how we finish! —Andria Curry, Educator, Pike County Schools

It is the beginning of a journey; can't wait to see the rest of the story. Great book for children!  —Danny Lucas, Pastor of Rawl Freewill Baptist Church, Registered Nurse

I absolutely love this book! There is love, personal struggles and perseverance. I am a mother of two boys one 14 that is in public school and one that is 9 that I am homeschooling. I’m excited to add this book to our family library.  —Kelly Deskins, Parent

Loved this little book. Excellent way to introduce children to perhaps lifestyles different from theirs. Highly recommend this book!!!  —Janet Varney, Director of Special Education, Mingo County Schools

This is a beautifully written story from the heart. My daughters are teenagers, and they plan to preserve a copy so their children can share this experience. —Clyde Farley, Pastor of 1st Baptist Church at Stepptown, Coach at Tug Valley High School, Retired Educator

I love the book mostly because it’s about my sister. It just shows if you have determination you can do anything. —Leslie Brown, Professional House Cleaner

This beautiful story demonstrates how the power of reading (to and with children) can foster unimaginable dreams into reality. The contrasted illustrations pique curiosity and are beautifully done. Can’t wait for the next book in the series! —Nancy Kline, Educator, MIngo County Schools

Your book is so good.  It left me teary eyes and almost speechless. —Beth Keatley, Educator, Mingo County Schools


Sabrina Runyon








5 x 7

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Illustrated by Ashley Teets

1 review for Kindergarten Kapers

  1. Tara Frye

    Her story is one that so many of us can relate to. Early education teacher friends, this is a must-have book!

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About the Author

Zoom Into Books Author

A native of Mingo County, WV, Dr. Sabrina Runyon has been an educator for 27 years, and also taught adult basic education and college science courses. She was a principal for eight years and currently Mingo County’s PK-8 director, Title I and Title III director, County events coordinator, and is the lead for a host of other services.

Married with two sons, she worked to get her master’s degree from Salem International University, while working full time at Tug Valley High School and part time at Southern WV Community and Technical College. Dr. Runyon finished her doctoral studies in August of 2016, from Phoenix University. Her first book, Sabrina’s Book, came about as an introductory poem to her fellow doctoral classmates in her first year of residency.

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