Super Socks

By Connie Bowman

Molly's sock drawer was overflowing with different socks. Most of them didn't have a match and both Molly and her sister Katie did not mind wearing them. Molly called them super socks and she was sure the washing machine ate socks. The idea of super...

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Sassie's New Home

By Erin Albright

“Dogs stay with us for a while, but then they are needed up in Heaven to welcome everyone that comes there.” Sassie’s New Home is a beautiful story designed to help children understand and cope with the loss of a pet. The main character, Lanie,...

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She Shines Bright

By Jessi Rausch

In the children’s book, She Shines Bright, by Jessi Rausch, the author wishes all good things for her daughter Harper and all girls while they are growing up, from being the president one day to being a mother and to whatever they set their minds....

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Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky!

By Duds, Kaine

Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky! by Duds and Kaine is a children’s picture book that demonstrates funny illustrations in such a way so that children are not afraid of skeletons. The narration of the book is told so that there is a chuckle to be had...

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Seacity Rising

A Tale of Unwatery Adventures
By Maryam Ansari

Seacity was an average-sized pond in an average-sized grove. A scroll that said something bad was going to happen made Babak the frog wonder if Seacity was in danger. The Seacitians were a deeply religious society so Babak went and broke the news to the...

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Sergio the Shark Can't Draw

By Moose and Koala

Meet Sergio the Shark in the story Sergio the Shark Can't Draw by Moose and Koala. Sergio cannot draw compared to all the other sharks who are excellent drawers. Sergio tries to draw like everyone else but his drawing does not come out the way...

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Stronger Than The Mountain

By Michael Bozzo, Jr.

Little Boz, a young girl, wanted to get to the mountain top, though her friends warned her that she would never make it. One day she packed her bags, put on her goggles, and went to explore. Her adventure began at the base of the...

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Sugarplums and Shooting Stars

By Lindsay DeRollo

Meet Emma in the storybook Sugarplums and Shooting Stars by Lindsay DeRollo. Emma wanted to be a ballerina and she loved dancing. She enjoyed watching videos of whimsical scenery, beautiful snowflake dancers, and a young prince and Sugar Plum Fairy spinning and gliding across the...

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Sparky Lost Her Flame

By Regina McDonald

Dragons have long been a staple fare of our imagination. They tickle our fancy with the might they wield. However, if you believe that dragons have no problems, think again. In Sparky Lost Her Flame, children's author Regina McDonald creates a playful tale about a...

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Sweet Maggie Magnolia Goes to Mardi Gras!

By Colleen Morrison

Tomorrow is the Mardi Gras Parade and Grand-Mere asks Sweet Maggie Magnolia to go to sleep. She turns on Maggie's night lamp and sings her a song. Maggie pretends to be fast asleep as Grand-Mere tucks in her bears, Benjamin and Beignet, at the foot...

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