A Little Nutty

By Sonya Annita Song

Sonya Annita Song’s A Little Nutty is a children’s picture book about a character named Peanut Butter who seems to live a pretty eventful life, getting himself into rather sticky situations, but never claiming to be the troublemaker himself. The narrative is told in enchanting...

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Whizzy Willow's First Day at School

By Billie Rayatt

Whizzy Willow’s First Day At School by Billie Rayatt is the story of a little boy with willow hair in a new school, with a new teacher with hair of an oak. The story describes the typical nervousness of a child on the morning of...

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You're Never Alone

By Lisa Crystal

At some point in time, we all feel alone. It's okay to sometimes be alone but no one wants to always be alone. In You're Never Alone by Lisa Crystal, children will be inspired and encouraged knowing that they're never alone, even when no one...

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Don't Call Me Lefty

By Dr. Kris Condi

It’s not easy fitting into a right-handed world when you’re a left-handed person. But, amazingly, some of the brightest people in history were left-handed: even some presidents like Obama and some great athletes. Some left-handed people have the added talent of being ambidextrous: they can...

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Too Many Raindrops

By Kylie Yapp

“One day, a little cloud in the sky woke up feeling grey.” Too Many Raindrops, by Kylie Yapp, is a wonderful children’s book that lets children know it is okay to feel a little grey some days. This is an excellent book for kids (and...

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She Shines Bright

By Jessi Rausch

In the children’s book, She Shines Bright, by Jessi Rausch, the author wishes all good things for her daughter Harper and all girls while they are growing up, from being the president one day to being a mother and to whatever they set their minds....

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Carrie Can't Choose a Costume

Choosy Carrie Books Book 1
By Joy Hardin

Carrie Can't Choose a Costume: Choosy Carrie Books, Book 1 is a social issues picture book written by Joy Hardin and illustrated by Valentina Nuzzo. Halloween is one of Carrie’s favorite holidays, and autumn is definitely her favorite season, but this year it’s all different....

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What it Means to be a Big Brother

By Lindsey Coker Luckey

Older siblings have a grave responsibility, but it can also be a lot of fun. Being a big brother to a younger boy can mean doing so many things together and the big brother gets to be the leader, the teacher, the instigator of trouble,...

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Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky!

By Duds, Kaine

Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky! by Duds and Kaine is a children’s picture book that demonstrates funny illustrations in such a way so that children are not afraid of skeletons. The narration of the book is told so that there is a chuckle to be had...

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Sparky the Dragon Bus

By Sue Wickstead

Sparky the Dragon Bus was a normal bus, just like any other double-decker bus. Every bus on the city street looked the same except their number plates and destinations were different. It was a normal day and some important people came to the bus yard....