When The Sky Roars

By Katie Weaver

When The Sky Roars, written and illustrated by Katie Weaver, is about a boy who didn’t like thunderstorms because they spoiled his activities. They also scared him. He decides to investigate the source of the thunder, hoping he can put an end to the roaring...

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What Does Daffy Dugong Do Wrong?

An Environmental Primer for Kids, Their Parents, Grandparents and Teachers
By Jeff Peck

What Does Daffy Dugong Do Wrong? An Environmental Primer for Kids, Their Parents, Grandparents, and Teachers by Jeff Peck caught my attention from the title and held it throughout the reading experience. What’s a dugong, anyway? A dugong is a marine mammal with looks similar...

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Who Can I Be?

By Ivory M Leonard

Our children need the ability to dream big. We need to encourage them so that they can be anything and live whatever life they choose. While all types of professions are at their disposal to explore from being an astronaut, teacher, explorer, and archeologist...

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Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler?

Fun Reading Books for Ages 3-7
By Virginia K White

What is a cajankler? In Virginia K. White's book Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler? you will have the chance to find out. White has written a silly alliterative story, full of unusual and fun words. We learn what a cajankler likes and doesn't...

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Wish, Miracle, Me!

A Modern Family Love Poem for Donor-Conceived Children
By Lindsey Coad

Wish, Miracle, Me!, written by Lindsey Coad and illustrated by Kim MacPherson, is A Modern Family Love Poem for Donor-Conceived Children. A young girl named Harvey narrates the journey of her life from conception to adulthood. She tells her story with profound honesty, love, and...

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Will's Adventure to the Candy Mountain

By Dr. Gerry Haller

Imagine a land full of candy, where children can enjoy as much candy and sweets as they want, all kinds, all shapes, sizes, and there’s even a chocolate river flowing through its center. Will’s grandmother loves to tell stories of her childhood adventures to a...

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Who Made Vic’s Shirt?

By Fran Levstik, Vesna Milek

Whatever you do to others will return to you twofold or more. How many times have we heard these words of wisdom? Vic is the youngest of seven children, all of whom live with their widowed mother. She works tirelessly for long hours to feed...

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Wiggles, Stomps, and Squeezes Calm My Jitters Down

A story about sensory differences
By Lindsey Parker

A little girl can’t sit still; it gives her the jitters. She has to run, stomp her feet, tap her fork on the table during mealtime – there are all kinds of neurosensory actions that calm the nerves, especially for someone who is neurodiverse or...

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When I Grow Up, I Want to be a Song!

By Danielle LaRosa

Do you hear music in your heart? Your soul? Does it speak to you and make you want to sing? Maggie loves her music so much so that when she grows up, she wants to be a song. Even if she’s working in a bakery...

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Words Take Flight

The Rhyme-Time Twins
By Etaine Raphael

Finding a true friend is not always easy, especially if you have a special gift that sets you apart and makes you different. However, when you think of it, we’re all different, so it really shouldn’t matter; it shouldn’t affect potential friendships. Chloe and Zoey...

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