Dream Dress for a Princess

By Patricia Dial Benages

In Dream Dress for a Princess by Patricia Dial Benages, readers see Princess Emily being invited to her very first ball. She wants her dress to be excellent and, though she is very keen and enthusiastic, no one seems to support her idea and thoughts....

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Dad On Wheels

By Leslie A Johnson

Dad On Wheels is a children's social issues picture book written by Leslie A. Johnson and illustrated by Dasguptarts. The author was in a car accident when he was sixteen years old and was paralyzed from the neck down. In this story of a dad...

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Don't Say Good Bye, Just Say See You!

By Patricia Ann Brill

Don't Say Goodbye, Just Say See You by Patricia Ann Brill is a useful book with charming artwork that will enable parents to help a child better understand the loss of a loved one or a beloved pet. Patricia Ann Brill tells the story of...

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Don't Forget To Feel Special!

Prelude to The Wackenteach Series
By JCM

Don't Forget To Feel Special! Prelude to The Wackenteach Series is a children's educational concept book written by J.C.M. The first day of kindergarten is a pretty special event, and the children who will be going to Pagic Elementary School are in for a big...

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Disappearing Footprints

A Shirley Brown Mystery
By Ms Barbara J Gipson

Disappearing Footprints: A Shirley Brown Mystery by Barbara J Gipson is a mystery/ghost story for young adults. Shirley Brown has always been different from other kids. When she starts getting bullied, her parents decide to move to Oklahoma. Soon she starts having a recurring dream...

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Do NOT Turn This Page

The Impossibly Impertinent Papers Book 1
By Bernice Seward

Do NOT Turn This Page (The Impossibly Impertinent Papers Book 1) by Bernice Seward is targeted at seven to ten-year-olds, (Middle and Upper Grade 5) including reluctant readers and children who struggle with reading comprehension. In addition, it caters for dyslexic readers with large text...

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Daydreaming

A Baseball Story
By R. W. Thompson

Daydreaming: A Baseball Story is a children's sports picture book written and illustrated by R.W. Thompson. The narrator of the story is a primary school principal who happens to notice two boys walking over to the athletic fields from the window of the staff room....

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Discovering Sharlie

Case of the Missing Sea Serpent (Lucky Penny Detective Adventures Book 1)
By Craig Vroom

Scotland Yard is worried. Loch Ness' most famous serpent has not been seen for many years. It's missing and everyone is worried. They have no idea what to do or where to look. So they contact the Lucky Penny Detectives, or more precisely Olivia and...

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Dead Diary

By L. P. Donnelli

Dead Diary by L.P. Donnelli revolves around young Mathilde who has the usual growing up problems of every girl. She tries to fit in at school and she is also a soul helper. She finds it difficult to help all the ghosts find their peace....

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Don't Let the Cat Out of the Bag

Leave It to Beamer
By Clay Boura

Beamer and his mother shop for a birthday gift for Beamer’s father and, being the impulsive child that he is, Beamer is anxious to enlighten his father. He is stumped, though, when his mother abruptly tells him not to “let the cat out of the...

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