I Hope You Know

By Jacqueline Vollat

Everyone needs to be loved and accepted unconditionally. Jacqueline Vollat wrote I Hope You Know to help children know that they are special. Parents need to spend time with their children telling and showing them how much they love them. Instead of just saying, “I...

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Story Monsters Among Us

A Brief History of Human Storytelling.
By Conrad J. Storad

Storytelling is one of the hallmarks of civilization. This feature is what makes humans different from all other animals. Conrad J. Storad wrote Story Monsters Among Us: A Brief History of Human Storytelling to share the history of various storytelling styles. If you have ever...

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Forget Me Not

By Carolyn O'Boyle, Lucy McLouglin

Forget Me Not is a beautiful and poignant children’s book by Carolyn O’Boyle and Lucy McLouglin. This touching story respectfully and lovingly addresses the loss of a beloved pet. Rose and her dog Dotty were always inseparable and shared many adventures together. The loss of...

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It All Started in Africa

By Suzanne Bowman Williams

It All Started in Africa by Suzanne Bowman Williams is an educational picture book for young children. A group of schoolchildren gathers around their teacher to listen to a story. The teacher begins her story to educate the children about African history. From slavery to...

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The Lonely Daffodil

By Emily Langhorne

The Lonely Daffodil by Emily Langhorne, illustrated by Heather Heyworth, is the story of a daffodil that blooms at the bottom of a hill, away from the rest of the daffodils on the hilltop. The daffodil wishes to join in their nightly songs but is...

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Mermaid and the Rainbow

Mermaid Science
By Lois Wickstrom

Mermaid and the Rainbow: Mermaid Science, by Lois Wickstrom, is an imaginative and educational picture book for young children. One cloudy day, Trezzie hears her friends Maia and Fig giggling from above the water. Trezzie intends to show her friends how to make a rainbow...

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Gemma's Shopping Adventure

By Jennifer Lee

When children are learning to save, they can find themselves in situations where it is difficult to manage their money or decide how to spend it wisely. Jennifer Lee shares a story that will allow young readers to reflect on this in Gemma's Shopping Adventure....

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Pentawhadda!

By Lynn Calvin Plater

Mrs. Bibel is a special guest at the young school class that Mrs. Prazer teaches. Mrs. Bibel is there to teach the children about the first five books of the Bible - the Pentateuch (Pentawhadda). Lynn Calvin Plater wrote Pentawhadda! to help children learn the...

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Room in the Nest

An inclusive foster care story to explain fostering, reunification, kinship care, adoption, long term foster care and the family ... and Fostering Stories and Resources)
By Holly Marlow

My daughter is a social worker in the foster/adoption field, and Room in the Nest by Holly Marlow does a great job of explaining how that system functions. Every child in foster care has their own story. There are many reasons a child may end...

One Drop, Endless Ripples

By Jayshree L Patel

Teaching children about nature is important because they will understand the environment around them. If at the same time they develop a taste for reading, it will be of great benefit for their future. One Drop, Endless Ripples is just such a book and is...

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