Silly Sally Squirrel

and the Sneaky Cat
By Nina Adams

Sally was excited. Mother had promised Sally and her brother Sammy that she would show them where she found the nuts she had brought them. It was a bright sunny day when they stepped out and their mother told them why it was important to...

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The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs

By Eve Heidi Bine-Stock

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It is a common question to young children, and sometimes they don't know enough jobs to properly answer it. However, The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock introduces children to twenty-six jobs...

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Who Let the Cookies Out?

Grandma's Cookies Stories Book 1
By Mrs. D.

Who Let The Cookies Out? (Grandma's Cookies Stories Book 1) by Mrs. D. is a delicious story where readers meet Grandma who wanted to make holiday cookies to surprise her grandson's pre-K class and make his classmates happy. She made the first batch of butter...

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The Amazing Adventures of Little Right Sock

By Brintha J. Gardner

The Amazing Adventures of Little Right Sock by Brintha J. Gardner takes young readers on a whimsical and enchanting adventure with the little girl to the place where she can jump on the couch, or the wonderful rainbow world of fruits, veggies, and ice cream,...

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Everybody Can Dance!

By Kara Navolio

Everybody Can Dance! is an illustrated children’s book on the themes of dancing and diversity, penned by author Kara Navolio and illustrated by Ruth-Mary Smith. Aimed at readers aged eight and under for a solo or accompanied read, these delightful rhyming verses use rhythm and...

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Sapphire

A Life That Almost Wasn't
By Lorrie Blitch

Sapphire: A Life That Almost Wasn't by Lorrie Blitch tells us the story of two tiny newborn kittens, tossed in a taped-up cardboard box in a dumpster on a freezing night. Found by the Magellan Academy janitor, both kittens are given a home by the...

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The Girl Who Lived in the Haymow

By Lona Root Haskins

Laura Kay lives on a farm with three older brothers. Her father is away a lot, working on different job sites, while her mother does most of the work on the farm. There aren’t any little girls living nearby, so Laura Kay feels very much...

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The Visiting Fairy

By Tanya R. Taylor

Adam is a little boy who lives most of his life in a wheelchair. He likes to sit by the window looking outside and dreaming of faraway places, like a part of the world where there is snow in the winter and children can play...

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Corrie Cocker Spaniel

By Teresa Smith

Living in the countryside, I frequently witness abandoned pets, mostly cats, but some dogs. They wander around looking for a place to belong, to feel safe and to be loved. It’s heartbreaking. Teresa Whitaker Smith’s short story, Corrie Cocker Spaniel, really touched my heart to...

An Adventure With STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
By Jermiko Thomas

An Adventure With STEM by Jermiko Thomas is a book that helps children understand how much science, technology, engineering, and math is a part of our everyday lives, even when we are children! Follow the adventures of best friends Lucas and Walter as they learn...