I’m Basically a Unicorn

By Melanie Hawkins

Everyone is different and that’s a good thing as children learn in Melanie Hawkins's book I’m Basically A Unicorn. In the pages, we see children who are unique and special. Whether it’s a little girl with curly red hair or a little boy born with...

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I Dreamed You

By Justine Avery

Sometimes it's the simple things that speak volumes and stimulate the soul. In this beautifully illustrated children's picture book, I Dreamed You by Justine Avery, children will learn how valuable and loved they are. With the beauty of visualization, the reader will be able...

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I Can Be Whatever I Want

Inspires Children to 'Belive in Yourself'
By Deborah Lucero

Imagination is a powerful tool and dreams can come true – within reason, of course. When a little girl’s Nana asks her what she wants to be when she grows up, she replies, “A unicorn.” Can people grow up to be something other than a...

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I Found Some Ancient Hieroglyphs

Jolly Rhymes from Around the World
By Jacob R LaMar

I Found Some Ancient Hieroglyphs by JR LaMar takes you on a trip around the world which is told through fun verse. This is a unique collection of poetry for children of all ages that blends education with rhymes for an unforgettable reading experience. The...

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I'll Lend You My Daddy

A Deployment Book for Kids Ages 4-8
By Becky King

I’ll Lend You My Daddy is tailor-made for children of fathers in the military, but it could also be used for children of military mothers. Additionally, it would be wonderful for young nieces and nephews, or friends and classmates of children whose parents are serving...

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I Like Me And I Love Me

A Book of Self Love Affirmations for Children
By Abby Zaitley

I Like Me And I Love Me: A Book of Self Love Affirmations for Children by Abby Zaitley is an uplifting and encouraging book about self-love, self-liking, and self-acceptance. The main character in the book loves herself when she is perky and quirky. She likes...

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I'm Sure Glad It's Just Me

Herman Gets a Baby Brother
By Tammy Brown

Herman the mouse is enjoying springtime. The flowers are in full bloom and the grass has turned green. He is happy to see the changes happening on the farm, and inside and outside the red barn. The pig has had new babies and Ned the...

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I Don't Want to Bully Anymore

A Young Person's Guide for the Bully and the Bullied
By June Rousso

I Don't Want to Bully Anymore: A Young Person's Guide for the Bully and the Bullied by June Rousso, with illustrations by Maima Adiputri, is a children's book written in rhythmic lines from the point of view of a young child who is being bullied....

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Indy's Spot of Bother

Team Golden Oldies #9
By Lisa Domeny

Indy’s Spot of Bother by Lisa Domeny is the ninth book in the Team Golden Oldies series of children’s books. This is a super picture book that follows Indy in a delightful story of accepting herself. Indy was once an only dog, then her mum...

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Iris-A Blind Puppy-Sees the World

By Inga Eissmann Buccella

We are all different. We all have our strengths and our weaknesses, but sometimes our weaknesses provide us with hidden strengths. Iris was born blind, or at least she had limited vision. Because of her blindness, she was the last of the litter to be...

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