Bunny Blue, Where Are You?

By Pamela Tomlin

Author Pamela Tomlin’s Bunny Blue, Where Are You? is a children’s book that tells a story almost every reader has experienced, or will one day experience. The case of the very loved, but very missing stuffed animal. Emma, in particular, has lost her favorite stuffed...

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The Cheese Song

All Aboard the Orphan Train
By Lisa Olson

The Cheese Song: All Aboard the Orphan Train, written by Lisa Olson and illustrated by Lauren Rutledge, is a children’s picture book about an orphan train set in a bygone age. The narrative is welcoming and warm, drawing the young reader right into its own...

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Halloween Activity Book

Coloring, counting, mazes and hidden words game for kids.
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Children of all ages love Halloween. The costumes, the spooky drama and, of course, the treats make it a night to remember and look forward to again the next year. There are lots of symbols attached to Halloween: ghosts, goblins, pumpkins, bats, spiders, witches with...

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Al Gets a Cat

Al, The Story of a Vegetarian T-Rex 2
By Ronald Stoltz

Al Gets a Cat (Al, The Story of a Vegetarian T-Rex 2) by Ronald Stoltz is a children’s animal fiction tale that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young children and parents who enjoy animal and dinosaur stories with a moral. Al’s parents...

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Yuni

By Stephanie DiCarlo

Stephanie DiCarlo’s whimsical and colorful children’s book, Yuni, features an adventurous ear of corn. Yuni overhears two birds chatting about an amazing but mysterious one-horned animal. At first, Yuni dismisses their conversation as she does not believe such a creature ever existed, but then an...

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The Strongest Boy

By Renee Irving Lee

An unnamed little boy has a funny idea of what it means to be strong. His pet parrot/imaginary friend, Bruce (who initially acts like the feathery green spirit of toxic masculinity) has the same view. Strength is nothing but brawn, stubbornness and pure machismo. When...

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Coloring Book Christmas

Coloring and counting for kids ages 3-7
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Christmas is a magical time of year. There are lots of symbols around us that help us enjoy the festivities: snowmen, bells, candy canes, gingerbread men, stars, Christmas trees, Santa Claus, reindeer, and so much more. For young people, Christmas is more than just a...

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Travel with Number 9

England, United Kingdom. (The Adventures of the Numbers)
By Ronit Tal Shaltiel

Travel with Number 9: England, United Kingdom: The Adventures of the Numbers by Ronit Tal Shaltiel takes young readers to England with Number 9, who goes on a trip with his friends 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. He likes England and...

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Travel with Number 8

Czech Republic The Adventures of the Numbers
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Travel with Number 8: Czech Republic: The Adventures of the Numbers by Ronit Gizel Shaltiel is a good combination of adventure, math, and social studies, and will make learning fun for children. Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are traveling the...

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Kate: 1777

By Lynn Chen

Kate: 1777 by 11-year-old author Lynn Chen is a unique and well written fictitious journal about a young girl recording her experiences during the Revolutionary War. Kate Lorenson is the main character. She is the ten-year-old narrator and journalist who records her first hand experience...

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