Happy Mother's Day, Dad!

By Terri Kelley

Happy Mother's Day, Dad! by Terri Kelley is a tribute to fathers all over the world who have the responsibility of bringing up a child alone. This book is a celebration of all single parents who bring up their children, overcoming all the hardships. The...

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Hannah on the Spectrum

Hannah's Walk With Autism
By Thomas Evans

How much do you really know about Autism? I knew a little bit. I knew that people with Autism have a hard time adapting to the outside world. I also knew that Asperger’s was a type of Autism where the person is highly developed brain-wise...

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Helga Returns

A James and Syvok Adventure
By Wendy Nystrom

Helga Returns - A James and Syvok Adventure by Wendy Nystrom is about the adventures of James for the second time. He finds a footprint and he asks his friends Syvok and Matthias to help him find out about the footprint. They discover that it...

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How Long Will You Love Me?

By Patti Brassard Jefferson

How Long Will You Love Me? by Patti Brassard Jefferson is a beautiful book about reassurance, warmth, and love. The book deals with the usual questions all children ask when they are tiny. The answers are given in many unique and imaginative ways which is...

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How Can Aliens Be Illegal?

By Terri Kelley

How Can Aliens Be Illegal? by Terri Kelley is a delightful children's book about explaining the term 'aliens' to children. Certain terms can confuse little minds and they require a bit more help to understand them. This book talks about 'immigration' in a delightful manner...

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Holly Horse and the Great Quest

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By Jennifer Loveless

Holly Horse and The Great Quest by Jennifer Loveless is a delightful book about Holly the horse, her adventures, and her meeting Gary the goat with whom she becomes very friendly. This is one of the best children's books I have read because it is...

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How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog

By Kizzie Elizabeth Jones

Kizzie Elizabeth Jones has a winner with the sweet children's book "How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog". By combining her love for the sea and her love for her own little dogs, she creates a fresh, fantastical tale...

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Harley and the Egg

By Malinda Mitchell

“Harley and the Egg” by Malinda Mitchell is an educational tale about a red dachshund puppy named Harley, and his response to discovering an egg in the yard. Harley asked his mother if he could keep the egg, incubate it, and raise whatever hatched from...

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Hip Hip Hurray We Found Teddy

A Book Series to Teach Children Practical Life Skills and Eco-Friendly Skills
By Silvia Sullivan

"Hip Hip Hurray We Found Teddy" by author Silvia Sullivan allows the reader into the life of a mouse whose life is very orderly and tidy. Mouse enjoys his routine and finds it fulfilling, even the town he lived in was called "Everything Has A...

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How Did Tea and Taxes Spark a Revolution?

And Other Questions about the Boston Tea Party
By Linda Gondosch

This book appealed to me because sadly we weren’t taught much about history in school. Either that, or I am so old now that I have already forgotten it all. This book was a wonderful, fun, informative source for children (and adults) to learn more...