Pinky Chenille and the Rainbow Hunters

By Sharon Sayler

Pinky Chenille and the Rainbow Hunters is a delightful rhyming story that young children will thoroughly enjoy. When Pinky and Princess Adeline discover all of the colors are gone from Addendale, a special land as you look past Mars, they begin searching everywhere, looking for...

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Pug with a Passport

A Kids' Travel Guide, Book 1
By Marie Story

Pug with a Passport is a children’s book, written and illustrated by Marie Story. Kipling Pug has the travel bug and carefully explains the steps involved in taking a holiday, whether it be local or abroad. Whether getting his passport photo taken, going through the...

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Puffy and the Formidable Foe

By Ann Marie Hannon

Puffy and the Formidable Foe by Ann M. Hannon, Marie G. Lepkowski, and Margaret B. Hannon is the cute story of Puffy the cat who goes hunting for a rat. He pokes his head into a hole and finds a mole instead. He decides to...

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Pamela the Palm Tree

Finding Strength in the Storms of Life
By Denise Loy Buchanan Ph.D.c

Palm trees are known for their strength. Pamela the Palm Tree: Finding Strength in the Storms of Life by Denise Loy Buchanan Ph.D.c is an educational tool about resilience, challenges and overcoming. As Pamela the Palm Tree was going about life and enjoying the scenery,...

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Pancakes for Dinner!

By Philip D. Cortez

Pancakes for dinner? Why not? They’re healthy and filling and very versatile. You can pile them high and douse them with syrup or roll them up like tacos and stuff them with berries or chocolate or whatever the imagination allows. Pancakes go with just about...

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Pen the Tale, Oogie

By Karen J. Moore

Pen the Tale, Oogie by Karen J. Moore is a fun children's book about a great big bear named Oogie, the greatest storyteller in the forest. One night, as Oogie was telling a story to the animals of the forest, he tasted the first chill...

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Pocket Money for Maddee

The Pocket Money Books
By Patricia Crosby

Pocket Money for Maddee: The Pocket Money Books by Patricia Crosby is an educational children’s book that is the first in this series. Pocket Money for Maddee teaches kids the importance of doing chores, earning their own pocket money, and spending and saving it wisely....

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Pip the Penguin Wants to Fly

By Jane Finch

Pip the Penguin Wants to Fly is an educational children’s book, written by Jane Finch and illustrated by Aysha Samrin. Feeling depressed, a young penguin is approached by a seagull and a sparrow. When they inquire as to what’s wrong, Pip tells them that he...

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Peaches The Corgi

Who to Be
By Jessica Sorto

Peaches the Corgi: Who to Be by Jessica Sorto is a fun, well written children's book about a young corgi named Peaches. Peaches believes that he is too small and that his legs are too short. He also believes he can't run fast. He wishes...

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Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion

By Paul Semendinger

Principal Sam wants to wear something so that children remember Valentine’s Day. He is forgetful and he has forgotten what the special day is! He thinks it is Thanksgiving and dresses accordingly so that his students will be happy seeing him. He arrives in school...