Ruby Panda's Christmas Surprise

By Kirsten Wheelock

Ruby Panda’s Christmas Surprise, written by Kirsten Wheelock and with illustrations by Mehwish Umber, is a sweet children's story of one red panda’s very special surprise. It’s that special time of year at the zoo where everyone is coming to visit the animals so that...

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Rabbit's Snow Day

By Todd Strader

Rabbit’s Snow Day, written by Todd Strader and illustrated by Penny Collins, is the ideal bedtime story and perfect educational read to teach children all about rabbits, both wild and domestic. This will further the love children have for rabbits and give them an inside...

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Running with Reed

Be a Better Somebody
By Reed Kotalik, Tammi Croteau Keen

Reed loves running. He runs around the track and loves it. Though he makes running look easy, there are times when Reed feels weak. Reed has cerebral palsy and he is trying to strengthen his muscles with exercise and training. Reed has big dreams...

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Roo's Stew

By Ashley Cason

Roo's Stew is an animal picture book for children written by Ashley Cason and illustrated by Patrick Corrigan. Roo and her cockatoo, Sue, were the very best of friends. They went everywhere together, including the village market and the zoo. Then something happened. Sue wasn’t...

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Raccoons Don't Use Spoons

By Sharon Hanzik

Raccoons Don’t Use Spoons, written by Sharon Hanzik and illustrated by Bobbi Switzer, is both an introduction to raccoons and an introduction to respecting wildlife. The illustrations and the text show how clever raccoons can be. The book also shows why you shouldn’t feed them...

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Rayn And The Time Traveling Sistas

Volume 1
By Lorraine E. Shaw a.k.a. Ookgie Taylor

Rayn And The Time Traveling Sistas: Volume 1 is a children’s educational adventure story written by Ookgie Taylor. Aura, from her vantage point at the Center of the Universe, which just happens to be in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has a crucially important task to fulfill....

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Robbie Learns To Read

By Debra Ison

Robbie Learns To Read is a children’s picture book written by Debra Ison and illustrated by Anni Scotti. Growing up in the Great Forest with his parents and his big brother Ted, Robbie was quickly learning all the bear skills he would need as he...

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Reece's Vintage Tales

By N. Reece Ho-Sheffield

N. Reece Ho-Sheffield’s collection of children stories, Reece's Vintage Tales, carries inspiring lessons for any reader. The stories feature colorful characters, fascinating scenes, and powerful insights. In the story, “The Prince of Vanity,” a pompous and vain prince is eventually humbled when he realizes his...

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Rudy Toot Toots And His Cowboy Boots

By Paul "Skip" Scholz

Rudy Toot Toots liked to wear his cowboy boots with everything. He loved his cowboy boots very much. He wore his cowboy boots when he went to town, with his suits, when he went to the zoo, while riding his horse, to the park, when...

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Robert Sengstacke Abbott

A Man, a Paper, and a Parade
By Susan Engle

The written word is a powerful tool. Used carefully and effectively, it can change the way the world looks at specific issues. Robert Sengstacke Abbott was well aware of the power of the written word, having helped his step-father produce a community paper in Georgia....

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