Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them?

An Interactive book for children and adults
By Rich Linville

Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them? An Interactive book for children and adults by Rich Linville is aimed at communication between children and adults, with questions and answers. As the book opens, the first question asked is exactly what is...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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What it Means to be a Big Sister

By Lindsey Coker Luckey

What it Means to be a Big Sister by Lindsey Coker Luckey is a beautifully illustrated children’s story told in rhyme. The older sister is sharing all the things she hopes to do as she fulfills her very important role as the older sibling -...

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Watch Me

Little Bunny Series
By Dianne Miller

Watch Me is from the Little Bunny series of preschool storybooks by Dianne Miller. It teaches the concept of socializing with other children while still feeling safe and connected to parents who are watching from a distance. Little Bunny and Mommy visit the pool where...

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What I Tell Myself FIRST

Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem
By Michael A Brown

What I Tell Myself FIRST: Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem is a social issues picture book for children, grades k-3, written by Michael A. Brown and illustrated by Zoe Ranucci. Who am I? A simple question, but the answer can provide a child with...

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When We Met Neanderthals

coloring book
By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals Coloring Book by Neil Bockoven, Ph.D. takes young readers back to Ice Age Europe 45,000 years ago when Moctu and Nuri lived. The Neanderthals were a different type of human that lived in Europe 250,000 years before all of us. Moctu...

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What's My Instrument?

By Johnny Oddsocks

Everyone has a talent. For some people, their talent is in music. Marilyn the Mongoose had the bright idea that she’d like to start a band. The only problem was that she couldn’t play any instrument. She tried the piano, but the keys were too...

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Who Knew?

By Amy Raines

In Who Knew? by Amy Raines, the main character is a youngster named Adam. One day, he finds a Japanese beetle. Adam wants to make his 12-year-old sister Kara squirm by placing the beetle in her hand. Instead, she took the beetle’s photo. Cliff, his...

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When We Met Neanderthals

By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals is written by Neil Bockoven and illustrated by Vladimir Kirichenko. This book shares the history of the species of humankind during the Stone Age and Ice Age periods. Have you ever wondered how many species of humans there are or were?...

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Where Is Smelly Ann Skunk?

By Christianne Thillen and Janet Hill

Where Is Smelly Ann Skunk? is written and illustrated by Christianne Thillen and Janet Hill. The forest frogs were supposed to be keeping an eye on Smelly Ann Skunk but somehow managed to let her slip out of sight. Afraid that Mama Skunk would be...

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