Dylan's Birthday Present

By Victor Dias de Oliveira Santos

Dylan's Birthday Present: Little Polyglot Adventures, Vol. 1 is a children’s concept storybook written by Victor Dias de Oliveira Santos and illustrated by Eszter Miklos. When Dylan opened the box sitting in front of his bedroom door, he found a card that said he could...

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Dillon the Chameleon

Jurassic Survivor
By Andy Pave

Sixty-five million years ago, chameleons shared the land with some of the biggest creatures the world has ever seen – dinosaurs. Here, we meet Dillon the chameleon. He is happy to be alone in this world and avoids the dinosaurs until a storm arrives. Being...

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Dreams of Zugunruhe

By Michael C Kinsey Ph.D.

Dreams of Zugunruhe by Michael Kinsey Ph.D. is a beautiful story shown as a dialogue between a Mother Tern and a Little Tern and imparts important life lessons to young readers; that of growing up and leaving home. Mother Tern tells Little Tern that it...

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DJ’s Off-Road Adventures

DJ Faces His Fear
By David McBee

DJ dreamed of going off-road, though he was built for the road. DJ got the parts he needed and he was ready to hit the trails. He ran into some bullies who had nothing nice to say to him. Even though he dreamed of wheeling,...

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Dana's Finger Is Set Free - Get Rid of Thumb Sucking Habit Easily

Children Book - The Empowerment of Kids (Self-Reliance Books for Kids 1)
By Vered Kaminsky

Dana used pacifiers of different colors when she was a baby. She had them in yellow, blue, purple, red, and green but Dana only wanted her finger. It was cute when she was six months but when she grew older, anyone who saw her commented...

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Dog Town

By Debbie L Richardson

A world without cats? Where cats are extinct? That’s what the dogs of Dogtown believe. They don’t know or understand why, but that’s what the dog elders have told them. And there are two distinct, segregated suburbs of Dogtown: Big Rover and Little Rover. Big...

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Dillon's Big Adventure

By Cindy Orr-Jones

Mrs. Periwinkle was a reclusive old lady. After her husband died, she pretty much locked herself inside her house and ignored the rest of the neighborhood. It was a quiet neighborhood, except when the children started playing outside or the dogs started barking. That’s what...

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Dream Big

A Mythic Fable About Animals Who Discover How To Live Their Best Life
By Kat Kronenberg

Dream Big is a children’s picture book written by Kat Kronenberg and illustrated by Stephanie Dehennin. This is a tale about a group of animals living in the African savannah such as a caterpillar, a tadpole and a flamingo and the different things they wish...

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David's ADHD

By Sherrill S. Cannon

David's ADHD is a picture book for children written by Sherrill S. Cannon and illustrated by Kalpart. David’s classmates don’t get upset when he acts out in the schoolyard or is hyper in class. They know sometimes he seems frustrated and unable to focus on...

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Do You Ever Feel...

By Sharlie Zinniger

When we're young, it's hard to express what you are actually feeling. How we handle our emotions stems from our childhood as to how we were allowed to express them or not, and how our emotions were received. Do You Ever Feel... by Sharlie Zinniger...

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