I Hate Oatmeal

By Jan Lis

Timmy wished his mother good morning as he sat down for breakfast on Monday morning. His mother placed a bowl of warm oatmeal in front of him. She had made a smiley face using raisins and they grinned at him. Timmy refused to eat it...

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I'll Meet You at the Rainbow

By Jillian Rodriguez

I'll Meet You at the Rainbow by Jillian Rodriguez is a lovely children’s book beautifully illustrated by Irina Litvin. Indeed, the colors are bright, lively, and fun and perfectly accompany this cute and engaging story. The characters are so happy and full of life that...

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I Am Not Being Lazy, I Just Don't Understand

By Gina Paul

I Am Not Being Lazy, I Just Don’t Understand is written by Gina Paul and illustrated by DG. Georgette has just relocated to the United States. School in New York City is much different from the Haitian schools she grew up in. She has a...

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If Grandma Were Here

A Book of Memories
By Amber Bradbury

Grandmothers are special. We love to do all kinds of things with Grandma: read together, cook together, go to the museum, play games and so much more. For any child with a special Grandma, there is a treasure chest of memories of all the wonderful...

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In Chadwick's Eyes

By Rae Yung

Rae Yung’s In Chadwick’s Eyes is a story about a young boy named Chadwick who is more than just an average boy. Just like any other child, Chadwick faces challenges and hardships in his school that he grows accustomed to, even on his birthday. That...

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I Shine

By Jamie Bullus

The sun could not shine that day and the clouds rolled in and hid the sun. The tide couldn't rise that day and so the moon fell back. The branch could not bend and the wind held its breath so that the branch could stand...

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I Love You More

By Regina Puckett

A mother’s love is a powerful thing. It’s immense, limitless, boundless; there are no restrictions. So, when a child asks how much you love him/her, how can you possibly explain? There are no words. But you can compare. “I love you more than bees love...

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I Love You More Than All

By Kealy Connor Lonning

A mother’s love is a powerful thing. It’s immense, limitless, boundless; there are no restrictions. So, when a child asks how much you love him/ her, how can you possibly explain? There are no words. But you can compare. “I love you more than bees...

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I Miss You Most

By Cassie Hoyt

I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt is about children missing someone who is no longer near them. Some days are harder than others, and sometimes they imagine that the person is still with them as they think about all the fun things they would...

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I'm Pink! So What?

By E.H. Hong

Two dolphins had a healthy baby girl named Gemma but she was different, she was pink. The two dolphins were not bothered as they loved her with all their hearts. When Gemma grew up she was cute and she enjoyed playing with her toys. She...

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