What I Tell Myself About Talent

By Michael Brown

What I Tell Myself About Talent is an educational picture book for children, grades k-3, written by Michael Brown and illustrated by Lovyaa Garg. All kids have interests, things that make them sit up and take notice, and many have noticeable skills and interests. All...

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Where Are Shayla's Socks?

By Michael Dotsikas, Natalie McNee

When Shayla wakes up from a lovely night of sleep with the socks missing, she and her mom search everywhere. Literally everywhere. From the table to the drawer and under the door, the quest for the missing socks ensues. During the search, Shayla and her...

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Wizard Island

Child of the Orb
By Terry Morris

Wizard Island: Child of the Orb is a hilariously funny fantasy story by Terry Morris. Wilton, a seven-foot being, shows up on the doorstep of the Woolf family to fulfill a prophecy. He must gather the three Woolf children and take them on a perilous...

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Walkout

By Tina Shepardson

Walkout is a children’s social issues picture book written by Tina Shepardson and illustrated by Terry Sirrell. Maddie was beside herself with excitement over the upcoming school anti-violence walkout happening on Friday. She so wanted her best friend, Stella, to walk with her, but Stella...

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Walk With Hanna

Baby Steps
By Arina Az

Walk With Hanna: Baby Steps by Arina Az is the story of little Hanna as she learns that things might not be replaced, but there is always a place for some other special thing in our hearts. Baby Hanna was born a month early, but...

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Winging It!

A Monarch Love Story
By Beverly (Bev) Davis

Grandma Eileen was expecting a surprise. She ran to the door when the doorbell rang and there was a mason jar with a gingham-covered lid on her porch. She looked inside and found a long wooden stick with a jade-colored jewel attached to it by...

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What a Bath!

By Dawn Doig

Mama put Colin in the tub for his bath. He played with his boots and washed a toe or two. His Mama could not expect more than that from him because he was a little bear. She told him not to pull the plug and...

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What is a Virus for Kids

By Rich Linville

The world is under siege by a pandemic virus called the Corona Virus, or Covid-19. Everyone’s scared and trying to do their part to stop the spread of this deadly virus. For young children, this unknown enigma, this virus, can be extremely upsetting. What better...

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When Cats Fly

Jellibean Adventures
By Cindi Handley Goodeaux

In When Cats Fly (Jellibean Adventures Book 3) by Cindi Handley Goodeaux, Jellibean was thankful the possum family let her spend the night with them. She woke up in the morning to the sounds of them leaving to search for food. She hugged each one...

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Why Is There a Person in my Computer?

A child's guide to teletherapy
By Brittany Ferri

Andrew was confused. How would he get therapy on the computer? He had gotten dressed, put his shoes on, grabbed his bag, and even eaten his snack when he was asked to turn on his computer and sit down. He was told there was a...

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