Chicken Little Investigates

Science Folktales
By Lois J Wickstrom

Chicken Little Investigates is written by Lois Wickstrom and illustrated by Francie Myon. It is a retelling of the classic fable of a little chicken who thought that the sky was going to fall on his head, so he created a panic among the...

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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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And The Trees Began to Move

By Lisa Olson

And The Trees Began to Move, written by Lisa Olson and illustrated by Lauren Rutledge, is a children’s picture book that focuses on nature. Lisa Olson is able to bring a set of human characteristics to subjects that may or may not be living beings...

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Ted the Friendly Frog and the Race at Golden Lake

By Scott McCall

Ted the Friendly Frog and the Race at Golden Lake is an animal adventure picture book for children, grades K-3, written by Scott McCall and illustrated by Autumn Brook. The Golden Lake Frog Meet was a major event for frogs, and it attracted participants from...

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The Lost Pumpkin Halloween Adventure

Adapted from The Lost Son Parable the Gospel of Luke
By Wanda Hernandez

Children need reassurance that their parents love them. They also need reassurance that their heavenly parent loves them, too. The parable of the prodigal son clearly demonstrates this undying love that God has for us and that our parents do as well. It doesn’t matter...

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My Dino Ate My homework!

A story about the fun of learning
By Ingrid Sawubona

My Dino Ate My Homework by Ingrid Sawubona is a fun, brightly illustrated children's book for younger readers. A little boy has the perfect reason for not handing in his homework: his pet dinosaur ate it! This is a bit different from the usual "my...

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Letter From Santa Claus

By Robin Jones

Letter From Santa Claus by Robin Jones is a children’s fantasy adventure that mixes a bit of reality right along with it. The time is early 1949 and Robin, our main character, is a young boy who catches pneumonia and spends a considerable amount of...

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The Real Farmer in The Dell

By Sandra Sutter

The Real Farmer in The Dell is a children’s adventure picture book written by Sandra Sutter and illustrated by Chantelle and Burgen Thorne. While we all know the nursery rhyme about the farmer in the dell, the real story is quite a bit different than...

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Feyi Fay and the Disappearance of Captain Nosa

Volume 2
By Simisayo Brownstone

Feyi Fay and the Disappearance of Captain Nosa is a multicultural fantasy novel for children and preteens written by Simisayo Brownstone and illustrated by Teni and Tayo Creations LLC. Kuzoolies could be mistaken for human beings, that is, if you didn’t notice that they have...

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The Legend of the Fairy Stones

By Kelly Anne White

The Legend of the Fairy Stones by Kelly Anne White takes young readers on an enchanting and whimsical trip through a land of fairies who flitted and glittered in glens and glades in the scattered light of morning. When it was noontime, they lolled in...

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