I'm Having a Bad Day

Children's Picture Book About Empathy and Dealing With Kids Emotions and Feelings
By Amaan Ishaq

I'm Having a Bad Day is the story of Jam, a boy who, on getting up in the morning, is confused about what day of the week it was. This triggered several events that caused him to have unhappy experiences at school. In addition to...

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I Am Stardust

Mindful Positive Self-Affirmations Picture Book to Build up Your Child's Self-esteem
By Matilde Léon

What do you know about yourself? Did you know that you are one of a kind, unique, beautiful, and resilient all in your own way? You’re also creative, smart, honest, caring, generous, unstoppable and so much more. But best of all, you are important, precious,...

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It's A Wonderful Story

Eine Wunderbare Geschichte
By Amanda Rose

Amanda wants to learn more about her Oma, her grandmother. She knows Oma came from Germany and she’s learning some words in German, like numbers. When she snuggles up to Oma for a story, she asks her about Germany and how she came to live...

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Inspiring Others

Celebrating Real Kids Who Are Changing The World!
By Stacy Bauer

Charity is about helping others without expecting anything in return. This means being less selfish and putting yourself in the other person’s shoes. Children are charitable by nature, and those are the attitudes that we should support the most. Inspiring Others: Celebrating Real Kids Who...

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I Celebrate My Skin

By Nonku Kunene Adumetey

I Celebrate My Skin by Nonku Kunene Adumetey teaches that we are born with different shades of skin color and although the colors differ, we have so much in common. Our skin is our biggest organ and keeps us warm in the winter and cools...

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If She Can Do It, I Can, Too!

By De'Shawna Yamini, Valerie J Lewis Coleman, Ayzha Middlebrooks

If She Can Do It, I Can, Too!, written by De'shawna Yamini and illustrated by Ayzha Middlebrooks, is a children's educational and inspirational picture book that highlights the accomplishments of black women in history that have shaped an entire nation. The book dives straight in...

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It's OK Little Rain Cloud to Cry

By Charlie Shull

It's OK Little Rain Cloud to Cry, by Charlie Shull, is a 25-page-long children’s illustrated picture book. It deals with helping young children process emotions, especially when they don’t understand the source. One night a little rain cloud starts off feeling blue. Perhaps because it...

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I'm a Dyslexic Superhero

By Marnie Hibbert

Dyslexia affects the ability to read and can cause the person to confuse the letters or alter their order. For children with dyslexia, reading can be a little more difficult, but with effort, they can do it. I'm a Dyslexic Superhero is the story of...

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I Move A Lot and That's Okay

By Shermaine Perry-Knights

Grace is a very cheerful 7-year-old girl who lives with her parents. Due to her father’s military work, the family must move regularly, but even though they do it frequently, the process is not easy. Moving means leaving things behind, such as selecting what to...

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I will Still Love You

Promoting Secure Attachment Through Greater Understanding of Unconditional Love
By Delicia Mclean

I Will Still Love You: Promoting Secure Attachment Through Greater Understanding of Unconditional Love by Delicia Mclean spreads messages about unconditional love with a well-illustrated story that is suitable for children up to nine years old. A young meerkat, who needs to be fully convinced...

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