Our Era is Now

14 Remarkable Women Who Rewrote History
By Zoe Yu

Have you heard of Caroline Herschel? Or, for that matter, what about Maryam Mirzakhani, or Maria Ylagan-Orosa? If you haven’t heard of these outstanding women, you’re not alone. However, perhaps you (and I and all other females) should take a closer look at what these...

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Oodles and Oodles of Noodley Noodles

By Cindy "Ninni" Grant

In the aisles of a grocery store, have you wondered about the different kinds of noodles on display? Oodles and Oodles of Noodley Noodles by Cindy "Ninni" Grant is a delightful treat to learn about all the different kinds of noodles that are out there....

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Young World Travelers
By Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos

Imagine traveling anywhere in the world at any time in history. Katerina and her friends have a magical globe that transports them through space and time. They have the most marvelous adventures together, all while learning something about another time, another place, another culture. This...

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One Little Leaf

By Jane Super

The small pale-green leaf wanted to see everything; the flowers budding, the pond reflecting the sky's color, and the beauty of spring. Slowly the days turned warmer and the leaves grew bigger. Children started playing, the birds chirped, and the bees were busy working. The...

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One Heart

By Tara Drouin

In Tara Drouin’s One Heart, we are taught a very valuable lesson. Even though we might not look the same, we all have one heart. While some people have straight hair and others curly, or eyes of blue, green, and brown, or different skin tones,...

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Our Dog Buddy and His Visit to the Vet

By Colleen Baxter Sullivan

Buddy was taken to the vet because he was unwell. The little boy had no idea what a vet did and his mommy explained to him that a vet was an animal doctor. Buddy slept all way to the vet's office. When they reached the...

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Otto and the Angry Donga

A Story About Anger Management for Kids and Parents
By Jane Komussar

This children’s book teaches a universal lesson – how children can manage their strong emotions, especially anger. Otto lives with his mother in England, and one day his father disappeared. Otto has had no contact from him and often feels angry. “He screamed, slammed doors,...

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Oliver West! It's Time to Get Dressed!

By Kelly Louise

Oliver West was still in his pajamas while the other kids were outside having fun. Tommy was running and Jackson was high up in a tree. Parker was having fun riding his bike and Bree and Jade were drawing with chalk on the sidewalk but...

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Oscar Piggy When Pigs Can Fly

By Christina Fasolino

Let's meet Oscar the adventurous pig in the story Oscar Piggy: When Pigs Can Fly by Christina Fasolino. Oscar loved to roll in muddy puddles, dance, and play with his friends. He made friends with his wiggly giggly dance and he loved trying new...

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Oscar the Osprey

The Bird with a Conundrum
By Edward Martin Polansky

The migrating Ospreys were surprised to find Oscar alive when they returned to the lake in spring. He had survived a dangerous winter all alone at Jenny Lake but Oscar was hiding something from everyone. He knew whatever he decided would end up making him...

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