Happenstance Farms

A New Home
By Susie McMichael

Many of us do not like changes. Sure, they can bring something good, but there is always a risk that something will go wrong. Savanna is not happy with a change in her life. She is the young protagonist of Susie McMichael's Happenstance Farms: A...

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The Perfect Gift

Something Special
By Emma L. Price

The Perfect Gift: Something Special, written by Emma L. Price and illustrated by Beverly Hawkins Hall, is a story about a little boy named Marlon. His class has been given the assignment of finding presents to give to children in the hospital. Marlon asks his...

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Globetrotter

Meridien Travels the World
By Claire Wilby

Based on true adventures by attorney Claire Wilby, Globetrotter: Meridien Travels the World is based on her own travels with her horse. This is a delightful children’s book that takes place across two continents and several countries. Meridien is a jumper and goes to various...

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Lovey Livy Lu

A Rainbow View (Limitless Little Leaders)
By Gia Lacqua

Lovey Livy Lu: A Rainbow View, written by Gia Lacqua and illustrated by Zuzana Svobodová, is a children's picture book and the first work of the Limitless Little Leaders series. The book begins with an inquisitive child named Livy Lu who is sitting with her...

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A Colored Child's Belly

By Lakella L Davenport

Growing up is not easy, but things get a little better when you have the right people to inspire you. The childhood of Clarence, an African-American boy and the protagonist of A Colored Child's Belly by Lakella L. Davenport, is not as carefree as that...

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The Face Painter's Mirror

By Pamela Melon

The children's book, The Face Painter's Mirror, crafted by Pamela Melon, delivers an essential message. Children's voices need to be heard, even when an adult may disagree with their choices due to stereotypical thinking. In this book, the topic of gender stereotyping is explored. Ryder...

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Changing the Game

Asian Pacific American Female Athletes
By Mia Wenjen

Changing the Game by Mia Wenjen introduces seventeen Asian Pacific American Female star athletes. They have overcome crippling injuries, poverty, racism, and other life-altering events to win Olympic medals, and achieve other honors in their chosen sports. These women practice martial arts, kayaking, swimming, soccer,...

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The Adventures of Molly & Ollie

Moving Day (Mom's Choice Award Winner)
By Sally Beale

Let’s face the fact that moving is stressful. Of course, it is stressful for all of us, but this stress is often seen as sadness and fear, especially in children. Children fear the unknown. Sally Beale deals with the fear produced from moving in her...

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Night Critters Play

By Esseboe Kwami Nyamidie (Author) and Pamela B. Christiansen (Illustrator)

It might be dark at night, but it’s actually very alive with life and an orchestra of nightly sounds. Nighttime is when the night critters come out to play: the crabs, armadillos, frogs, owls, hedgehogs, and porcupines, and even bugs galore. There are so many...

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The Runaway

By Marianne Cooper

As the saying goes, the grass on the other side of the fence always looks greener. But is it? For this sad, frustrated, even scared little boy, life away from home has to be better than at home. His parents fight, his sister pesters him,...

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