What's So Cool About Mountains, Anyway?

In Depth Science Book 2
By Judith Hubbard

What's So Cool About Mountains, Anyway? (In Depth Science Book 2) by Judith Hubbard is an educational and informative book for young readers that tells them how mountains are formed, about the plants that grow on mountains, humans who live there, and how they influence...

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Wish

By Leslie A. Susskind

Wish by Leslie A. Susskind is a delightful story of a dandelion. The story begins and ends with "Wish" and readers get to see the dandelion going whoosh and whee. The dandelion flutters, flies far, and dances, and it's also soft, tickles and teases. The...

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Winston the Duck and His Big Orange Bill

God makes us all different!
By Kristin Wolf Dreisbach

Winston the Duck and His Big Orange Bill by Kristina Wolf Dreisbach is a cute little tale for children. The story is about Winston, a little duck that everyone makes fun of because his bill is bright orange. Winston does not let the teasing bother...

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We Are the Elephants

A Fable of Our Plight
By Dia Virginia Rigden

We Are the Elephants: A Fable of Our Plight: The Bennu Books, Book One is a literary fiction novella written and illustrated by Dia Virginia Rigden. Bennu lived quite happily with his mother, Ruth, and the rest of his herd until, one day, he wandered...

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Welcome the Weirds

Bienvenidas las Raras
By Delia Berlin

Welcome the Weirds (Bienvenidas las Raras) by Delia Berlin is a bilingual book in Spanish and English, relating to two sisters, Poly Ester and Sal Ami, wonderful names for these two very weird and eccentric sisters, and how they see the world around them. They...

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Wordspeller

Learn to read music step-by-step. A book of lessons and whimsical work sheets.
By Kelly Walsh

Kelly Walsh has not only located the big "X" on the map, but she has revealed a fantastic treasure in Wordspeller: Learn to read music step-by-step. Children will be enthralled by the colorful pictures and adorable characters throughout the book. From dragons and witches, to...

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Wippy the Wizard and the New Color

By William Lapenta

Wippy the Wizard and the New Color is a children's picture book written and illustrated by William Lapenta. Wippy's wife is celebrating her birthday today, and her husband, Wippy the Wizard, wants to give her something that's very special. He decides not to give her...

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Wow What A Ride

By Kathe Yuksel

In Wow What A Ride by Kathe Yuksel, a little girl is being taken on a car ride with her parents. She doesn't want to go and she crosses her arms to make her point clear. Sound familiar? Any parent or grandparent who has taken...

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What We See in the Stars

By Kathe Yuksel

In What We See in the Stars by Kathe Yuksel, a child rides along with his/her (the reader isn't sure which) mother to take Dad to work. It's very early in the morning and no one has eaten breakfast yet. The sky is still dark...

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Welcome Smart Artt

The Artt of Early Learning Series
By D.A. Batrowny

Want to learn information on how to best interact with and relate to your new little one? D.A. Batrowny brings you a wonderfully illustrated tale that does just that (without turning into a factual overload that knocks you upside the head). There are two sections...