The Amazing Adventures of Little Right Sock

By Brintha J. Gardner

The Amazing Adventures of Little Right Sock by Brintha J. Gardner takes young readers on a whimsical and enchanting adventure with the little girl to the place where she can jump on the couch, or the wonderful rainbow world of fruits, veggies, and ice cream,...

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The Bully Brigade

There's Something About Cokey Michael's (Book 2)
By T.T. Floyd

In The Bully Brigade by T.T. Floyd, as Cokey Michaels' mother arrives at Misfit Elementary, she hopes that this will finally be the school that can help her son thrive and make friends. Cokey has problems socializing, his fingers twitch and the smallest of things...

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The Golden Life of Sally Sunflower

By Imani Ariana Grant

The Golden Life of Sally Sunflower by Imani Ariana Grant takes readers along with Imani on a field trip to a plant nursery. They want to learn how plants grow and once they reach there everyone goes their separate ways. Imani hears a small voice...

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Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You

if you are American
By Cultural Revivalists

Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You…..if you are American by Cultural Revivalists is the best way to introduce children to the idea of cultural traditions and the concept of traditional foods. Nowadays children are exposed to foods that are processed, packaged, and microwaved. This...

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The Secret Life of Sloan the Sloth

By Aaron Fox

The Secret Life of Sloan the Sloth by Aaron Fox with illustrations by Stacy Wallingford is a children’s picture book about a sloth named Sloan who has a secret identity. This author has perfected the ability to pack quite a good bit of humor into...

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The Illustrated Alphabet of Vegetables

By Eve Heidi Bine-Stock

Are you sure you know your vegetables? All of them? Did you know there’s a vegetable for every letter of the alphabet? Well, only if you’re creative enough. You might think corn should be under ‘c’, but, if it’s sweet corn, it really belongs under...

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The Day the Sun Slept In

By Heather Danielle

The little boy couldn't believe his eyes when he woke up one morning and didn't see the sun soaring in the sky. He began to wonder if the sun sank because it got heavy. He thought of other possibilities like maybe the sun stopped to...

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The Duck Who Lost The Courage To Swim

Believe in Yourself - Get Rid of Fear
By Bernice L Dunlap

Meet Snowflake and Goldie Duck in The Duck Who Lost The Courage To Swim: Believe in Yourself - Get Rid of Fear by Bernice L. Dunlap. One Saturday, Snowflake went to meet Goldie Duck. She was sitting on the ground near the water and Snowflake...

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The Lonely Little Emoji

By Harry Harmon

The Lonely Little Emoji by Harry Harmon is a children’s picture book about an emoji without any features. A story filled with rhyme brings us an issue that people deal with from day to day; that of bullying. The lonely little emoji eventually is able...

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The Cheese Song

All Aboard the Orphan Train
By Lisa Olson

The Cheese Song: All Aboard the Orphan Train, written by Lisa Olson and illustrated by Lauren Rutledge, is a children’s picture book about an orphan train set in a bygone age. The narrative is welcoming and warm, drawing the young reader right into its own...

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