Who Can I Be?

By Ivory M Leonard

Our children need the ability to dream big. We need to encourage them so that they can be anything and live whatever life they choose. While all types of professions are at their disposal to explore from being an astronaut, teacher, explorer, and archeologist...

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Wiggles, Stomps, and Squeezes Calm My Jitters Down

A story about sensory differences
By Lindsey Parker

A little girl can’t sit still; it gives her the jitters. She has to run, stomp her feet, tap her fork on the table during mealtime – there are all kinds of neurosensory actions that calm the nerves, especially for someone who is neurodiverse or...

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What Day Is It?

Everyday Seems The Same
By Nancy Panasci

For more than the past year, we have all faced issues created by the dreaded virus Covid-19. It has caused havoc in society and our everyday life. Nancy Panasci has taken the opportunity to author an excellent book on one of the issues to help...

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Where Do Hearts Grow?

A Little Book of Hidden Hearts
By Debi Novotny

There are lots of shapes that appear in nature and in everyday objects all around us. The most interesting shape, however, is the shape of a heart. We’re all familiar with that shape, but have you given thought to where you might see this shape?...

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Who's That I Hear?

By DJ Hill

Who’s That I Hear? is a children’s picture book by DJ Hill. It’s about a little boy who is afraid to go to sleep because there is a monster lurking around in his bedroom. “Bump, scritch, scratch” is the scary noise he hears and he...

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Willie

A Super Friend (Mom's Choice Award Recipient)
By Barry Kienzle

We’re all different. Sometimes our differences make us stronger. That’s certainly the case for Willie. He has cerebral palsy and moves around in a wheelchair. He still wants to play with other children his age. Only, like Willie’s mother, the other children are worried they...

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Wonder Mommy!

A Tribute to Moms with Chronic Health Conditions
By Jennifer Senne

Moms are special. They play with us, take us on adventures, and listen to our stories. Best of all, moms are good at making us feel better. But what about Mom? There are so many chronic illnesses that affect people, even moms, and they can...

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What Is Your Favorite Color? / ¿Cuál Es Tu Color Favorito?

English-Spanish Bilingual Book of Colors
By Marcela Klinsrisuk

The world is filled with different colors and each one is different from the other. The little boy's favorite color is red and the book shows the things that are associated with red. The little girl likes orange and readers get to know the things...

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What Car Is That?

By Casey Williams

Hudson was observing all the cars on the highway. He saw big cars, small cars, high cars, low cars, and Hudson wondered why. His Dad told him why the shiny red car could go fast. Hudson's Dad owned a mini-van because it had space for...

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Where Did My Teacher Go?

By Penny Steinke

Where Did My Teacher Go? is written by Penny Steinke. A devoted kindergarten teacher leaves school for a while to deal with a personal medical problem. The students in her classroom are concerned about where the teacher might be. The kids consider several different possibilities,...

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