Freddy and the Veggies

By Ngozi Edema

Freddie and the Veggies is an illustrated picture book written and illustrated by Ngozi Edema. Freddie is a young boy who loved his diet of sweets and other delicious treats. He smiles brightly as he feasts on foods that have little or no nutritional value....

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Beau Wants to Know

By Brian Sullivan

Next time you hide under your bed during a thunderstorm, perhaps you should think of Beau’s mother’s wise words: “...that it’s all just a show/ And I should be applauding instead.” As children, we were all told different creative variations on what thunder is, as...

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Ella Plant Plants a Tree

Book 1 - Ella Plant Series
By Michael Amaral

Ella Plant Plants a Tree is Book 1 in the Ella Plant Series for children by Michael Amaral. Ella Plant is a nature-loving elephant. She couldn’t wait to go to school because she had her favorite subject today which was science. Mrs. Raffe taught about...

Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures

Strange, Weird Animals That Share Our World! (The Weird & Wacky Planet series) (Volume 2)
By K.B. Carr

Have you ever heard of a Kakapo or an Aye Aye? Or how about a Bumblebee Bat or a Saola? I haven’t either. But these are some pretty weird animals. The sad part is that these animals are endangered, like the Bumblebee Bat which is...

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Girls Can Be Anything

By Dr. Tamecca Rogers, London Love

Girls Can Be Anything is a children’s book written by Dr. Tamecca Rogers, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Tulsa Technology Center, and London Love, a third-grader herself. The story takes place on Inauguration Day in America when Kamala Harris becomes the new...

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Nia The Narwhal Explores The Christmas Ocean

By Belle Brown

Belle Brown packs a lot into her latest book, Nia the Narwhal Explores the Christmas Ocean. At the beginning of the book, Brown includes information on sight words and their importance. She has highlighted these words in bold throughout the story. Nia the Narwhal loves...

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(NOT) Scary Stuff at the Doctor's Office

Planning A Tear-Free, Fear-Free Adventure Into Healthcare
By Tana S Holmes

(NOT) Scary Stuff at the Doctor's Office: Planning A Tear-Free, Fear-Free Adventure Into Healthcare by Tana S Holmes is a 28-page-long children’s illustrated book that talks about going to the hospital or a doctor’s office. It includes a must-read preface for parents or guardians of...

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The Great Race for the Lunar Calendar

By Valerie Tsen

The Great Race for the Lunar Calendar by Valerie Tsen tells the story of the Chinese Zodiac with the occurrence of a Great Race where twelve animals raced for placement on the calendar. The story is set long ago in ancient China during a time...

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All The Rainbow's Colours

A book about Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging for little minds
By Emma Ledden

We are all uniquely different, from our sizes and shapes to the colors of our hair and skin. Some of us walk on two feet, while others move around in wheelchairs. Some of us wear glasses and are shyly extra smart, while others like to...

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Donk and the Stubborn Donkeys

By K.A. Mulenga

Donk the donkey wants some answers. He doesn’t understand why the farmer of Donkey Farm calls all the donkeys stubborn: “Move, you stubborn donkeys! Why, oh why are you so stubborn?” Donk asks everyone and they all give him the same answer, “It’s just the...

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