What is a Virus for Kids

By Rich Linville

The world is under siege by a pandemic virus called the Corona Virus, or Covid-19. Everyone’s scared and trying to do their part to stop the spread of this deadly virus. For young children, this unknown enigma, this virus, can be extremely upsetting. What better...

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Where is My Teacher?

By Dalal Ghanim Al-Roumaihi

Where is My Teacher? written by Dalal Ghanim Al-Roumaihi, and illustrated by Nikos Yanopulos, is filled with imaginative art and rhyming text. The drawings and words call to mind both movies and books. Witches, aliens, Tale of Despereaux, Mary Poppins, floating tables, falling umbrellas,...

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What's So Special About Today?

(Mom's Choice Award Recipient)
By Kelsey Clark

It is a new day and a brother and sister remember what their mother has told them, that every day is special because it is another day of life. His mom reminds him to be mindful of his manners when she leaves him at school...

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Why Is There a Person in my Computer?

A child's guide to teletherapy
By Brittany Ferri

Andrew was confused. How would he get therapy on the computer? He had gotten dressed, put his shoes on, grabbed his bag, and even eaten his snack when he was asked to turn on his computer and sit down. He was told there was a...

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Willow Paradise

By Robert E. Friedle

Willow Paradise by Robert E. Friedle is a 4th to 6th-grade children’s story. Life now is so very different from life then. In 1965, we didn’t have computers, phones, tablets or video games. We had to use what we were born with – our imaginations...

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What Do the Plants Say?

By Lois Wickstrom

Did you know there is a flower called the balloon flower? It’s so named because it puffs up like a balloon and then pops open. But can it talk? Alex thinks she hears them talking. Only she’s not quite sure what their “Pop, pop, bop”...

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Where Am I From?

illustrated with images of life-size graffiti, unique to this book, painted on walls of public primary schools
By Elisavet Arkolaki

Where Am I From? by Elisavet Arkolaki will take young readers on a fascinating journey around the world and will let them join in finding the answer to the question, "Where am I from?" Eva is from Malta and she swam and swam with a...

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Would You Like A Whiskered Wogler?

Fun Reading Books For Ages 3-7)
By Virginia K. White, Gaspar Sabater

Would You Like A Whiskered Wogler? (Fun Reading Books For Ages 3-7) is a children’s picture book written by Virginia K. White and illustrated by Gaspar Sabater. How many kids are familiar with words beginning with the letter “W”? White’s whimsical, wandering Whiskered Wogler seems...

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What It Takes to Be a Pro Basketball Player

By Joanne Mattern

What It Takes to be a Pro Basketball Player by Joanne Mattern is an informative non-fiction book directed at elementary age students. This book clearly lays out information and the steps it takes in becoming a pro basketball player. The sports topic is one...

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We Will Go A-Walking

By Regina Puckett

We Will Go A-Walking by Regina Puckett is a wonderful book that takes readers on a journey through the different stages of life from the age of one when they are on unsteady legs till they are ninety-nine and are once again wobbling on unsteady...

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