Peaches The Corgi

Who to Be
By Jessica Sorto

Peaches the Corgi: Who to Be by Jessica Sorto is a fun, well written children's book about a young corgi named Peaches. Peaches believes that he is too small and that his legs are too short. He also believes he can't run fast. He wishes...

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Polly Mae

The Old Suitcase
By Julie Hodgson

Polly Mae: The Old Suitcase is an historical adventure novel for children and preteens written by Julie Hodgson. Polly Mae was in trouble -- again -- for pulling that old cat's tail. She wasn't trying to hurt Mrs. Donkin's cat, but it was constantly getting...

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Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion

By Paul Semendinger

Principal Sam wants to wear something so that children remember Valentine’s Day. He is forgetful and he has forgotten what the special day is! He thinks it is Thanksgiving and dresses accordingly so that his students will be happy seeing him. He arrives in school...

Playing with Fire

Bart Learns a Hard Lesson About Fire Danger
By Sylvia Yordanova

Playing With Fire: Bart Learns a Hard Lesson About Fire Danger by Sylvia Yordanova is a well written story that begins with Bart and his friends going out to play and have fun in the forest one day. Bart decides to build a small fire...

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Pepe Builds a Nest

Stories for the Early Years (Book 1)
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Lyrical and rhythmic, Pepe Builds a Nest by Theodore Jerome Cohen is a priceless gem that young readers will devour with awesome delight. I read it with my six-year-old son and he was thrilled. It’s a beautiful story simply told, a story about a penguin...

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Piper Pees and Poops

By Regina Puckett

Piper Pees and Poops is a children’s book written in rhyme by Regina Puckett. When young Piper starts her transition from diapers to big-girl pants, her mother gently guides her through the adventures of toilet training. Piper is told that when she feels the urge...

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Patches

By Kathryn Hodgson

Patches by Kathryn Hodgson is a heartrending story that revolves around Pat, a giant, furry bear who is warm as a bear and kind as an angel. One misty afternoon while collecting berries, Pat trips, leaving purple patches on the snow. Pat tries to see...

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Piper Periwinkle

Spelling Bee Queen
By Susanne Blumer,Annaliese Blumer

Piper Periwinkle: Spelling Bee Queen by Susanne Blumer and Annaliese Blumer is an adorable storybook for kids that teaches them about spelling. The Spelling Bee is coming to the school and Piper Periwinkle wants to beat the previous winner, Sarah Spratlin, and win the shiny...

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Put On Your Silly Pants

Poems for Children and Very Immature Adults
By Daniel Klawitter

Put On Your Silly Pants by Daniel Klawitter is a fun and witty collection of poems for “children and very immature adults.” With everything from boogers to bullies and albino boys to baby brothers, there’s sure to be a poem in here that’ll strike a...

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Pip the Possum

By Meaghan Fisher

Pip the Possum by Meagan Fisher is the delightful story of Pip the Possum who lived in a forest and was always happy. He was different from the other possums, though; he could not hang upside down from a tree. His entire family tried to...