A Sibling's Guide To Autism

By Irene Kim

A Siblings Guide To Autism is about a girl whose twin brother is on the spectrum and is writing this book for her little sister so she knows what to do when it comes to their autistic sibling. The narrator of the story wishes sometimes...

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Arches to Zigzags

An Architectural ABC
By Michael J. Crosbie, Steven Rosenthal

Arches to ZigZags: An Architectural ABC written by Michael J. Crosbie and photographed by Steve at Kit Rosenthal is a tour-de-force. It has sharp photographs of architectural details for every letter of the alphabet. Before reading this book I didn’t know that the strong blocks...

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All The Rainbow's Colours

A book about Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging for little minds
By Emma Ledden

We are all uniquely different, from our sizes and shapes to the colors of our hair and skin. Some of us walk on two feet, while others move around in wheelchairs. Some of us wear glasses and are shyly extra smart, while others like to...

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A Day with Granny Nelly

Bedtime story
By Linda Matesa

A Day with Granny Nelly is a humorous story written by Linda Matesa. Granny Nelly’s grandson comes over to spend the day with her. Right from the start things get a little wild and crazy as they prepare to head to the grocery store. First,...

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Andrew Learns about Teachers

By Tiffany Obeng

Andrew Learns about Teachers by Tiffany Obeng, designed and illustrated by Ira Baykovska, is a children’s educational book. It is part of a series (the second one) titled Andrew's Career Day. These books are meant for young children (second to fourth grade) to learn about...

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A Dog Called Buddy

The World through the Eyes of Buddy (Short Stories for the Little Ones with a Moral)
By Marie D.

Buddy is a puppy husky dog. It’s night time, but he’s finding it difficult to fall asleep. He’s lying near the window, watching the night sky dreamily, trying to count in the hopes he might drift off. But Buddy is a dreamer, even with his...

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Attending Virtual School

A Book About Learning Online
By Linh Nguyen-Ng

Little Brother and Little Sister are excited to begin their virtual school and they are all ready to start. Since it is not the same as their regular school routine, Mommy helps them understand it. She tells them that the only difference between learning online...

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A Pocket Full of Colours

By Joe Starling

A Pocket Full of Colours is a children’s concept picture book written and illustrated by Joe Starling. Sam’s Saturday morning started out just fine until he heard Tilly, his extremely irritating sister, ask his mom when her friend, Zoe, would arrive. Sam was happy with...

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Abby Teaches Her Dolls

By Colleen Baxter Sullivan

We all have dreams about what we want to be when we grow up. Abby wants to be a teacher, just like her mother. Abby’s not old enough to go to school yet. Sometimes she visits her mother’s classroom and pretends to be one of...

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Anchors in the Storm

By Jessica Laurel Kane

Jessica Laurel Kane’s Anchors in the Storm is a short story about hopelessness, loss, and grief but somehow finding strength and courage from the people who reach out to you in times of despair. The story is filled with adorable illustrations and meaningful messages. This...

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