I Can Do a Back Float!

By Ashley Mills Monaghan

The little boy is demonstrating how to do a back float in the children's book I Can Do A Back Float by Ashley Mills Monaghan. Soon the others in the pool will be able to float like him. He puts his hands behind his head,...

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The Bat Cave

By Jonathan Walker

As my first time as an adult reader of a children's book, I greatly enjoyed this story by Jonathan Walker. The Bat Cave tells the story of little Jack, a young bat living with his family: mother, father, and George, Jack’s little brother. Jack, grown...

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Miku Says FIND ME

By Anitha Rathod

Meet Miku in the storybook Miku Says Find Me by Anitha Rathod. Miku wants to know if anyone wants to play hide and seek with her. She says it is a fun game and it will make everyone happy. Miku knows a lot of amazing...

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A New Friend for Gilbert

By Shirley Alarie

Based on a true story, A New Friend for Gilbert by Shirley Alarie is a sweet tale about a miniature horse who is lonely for a friend. Gilbert’s favorite pastimes are napping, munching on the sweet grass, and spending time with his humans, Makayla and...

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Home

By Adam Bailey

A small boy lived in a small apartment in a big city with his family. The city was filled with people and cars, buildings, and parks. The small boy wanted to see if there was a better place to live and he went to a...

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Little Moss, Big Tree

By M. Yap-Stewart

Little Moss, Big Tree is a wonderful story about life cycles and growing. Even though the oak tree grows bigger than his friend Little Moss, they manage to stay in touch. One has a view of the ground and the forest around them. The other...

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The Children of Slowville

Les Enfants de Slowville
By Madly Chatterjee

Ben, Savya, Kimaya, Oliver and Mei are best friends. They live in Slowville and attend a school that is set in a pretty park-like setting on top of the roof of an apartment building. There’s something very calming about Slowville. It’s comfortable, safe and ecologically/...

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Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You

if you are American
By Cultural Revivalists

Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You…..if you are American by Cultural Revivalists is the best way to introduce children to the idea of cultural traditions and the concept of traditional foods. Nowadays children are exposed to foods that are processed, packaged, and microwaved. This...

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Being Helpful

By Navnish K. Khera

Being Helpful by Navnish K. Khera is an adorable story about being helpful, kindness, and friendship. Meet Bee Jay, a bright blue bird who lived in a grand forest. Bee Jay loved painting and that was the very reason why he was excited to go...

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Tippy Toe Surprise

By Bernice Seward

Dylan peeked around the corner and grinned. He wanted to sneak up on his daddy. He crouched down low and snuck down the hall. Tip, tip, tippy toe, and that is how Dylan snuck up on his daddy—always. Each time he tried to sneak up...

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