What Makes a Bug a Bug?

Animal Classes
By Andi Cann

What Makes a Bug a Bug? (Animal Classes) is a fun bedtime storybook to teach small children a little science. Author Andi Cann introduces kids to a bright, happy little boy named Bucky who is reading a “magic mystery book” (a science book, of course!)...

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Waffles Saves the Day

By Emily Powers

Farmer Ken is wondering why his animals are scared and he comes up with an idea to fix it. The farm animals do not know what he is up to and they are all curious. He comes back in a trailer after a while and...

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When God Made Color

By Sheri Carmon

When God Made Color by Sheri Carmon is an enchanting book that captures the beauty and allure of colors in a whimsical way. God danced across the waters, carrying all the colors of the rainbow. He stood above the waters and wished there was light...

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Who Let the Cookies Out?

Grandma's Cookies Stories Book 1
By Mrs. D.

Who Let The Cookies Out? (Grandma's Cookies Stories Book 1) by Mrs. D. is a delicious story where readers meet Grandma who wanted to make holiday cookies to surprise her grandson's pre-K class and make his classmates happy. She made the first batch of butter...

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When Day Is Done

By Natalee Creech

When Day is Done is a wonderfully written bedtime story where people, the flowers, and the sun have finished for the day. One page at a time, someone or something has completed the day’s work and is ready to say good-night. Even the toys know...

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Weepy the Dragon

By J. J. Hebert

Meet Weepy, the kindest, friendliest, and happiest dragon in the world in Weepy the Dragon by J.J. Hebert. Weepy the Dragon was different from other dragons and was not scary, angry, and mean like the rest of them. The only dragony thing about Weepy was...

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Will It

By Gnat & Corky

Will is 13 and has Bardet-Biedl syndrome, and he knows he does not have much time left to see because the retinal degeneration will eventually make him blind. Will It: The Gnat & Corky Series by Courtney Kotloski is about Will's perception of life which...

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What's Her Name?

By Tomac Scott

Bunu had moved to a new town with her mother and was ready to make new friends in the storybook What's Her Name? by Tomac Scott. She missed her old friends but she was so excited to make new friends that she packed her own...

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Wilhelmina's Wish

By Lisa Reinicke

Sometimes it’s hard to accept who we are and what we look like. Wilhelmina is a pretty little fairy. But she’s different. She has only one eyebrow that stretches across her forehead. It’s heavy and makes flying difficult. And all the other young fairies laugh...

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Words

By Lora Rozler

How important is one letter? On its own, a letter doesn’t hold much power but add a few other letters and it means so much more. The words you choose can make a big difference … with one word you can make someone happy or...

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