My Dad's Jokes are Very (Terribly, Awfully, Painfully) Bad!

By Jacob Eckeberger

Dad jokes can be very punny! My Dad’s Jokes are Very (Terribly, Awfully, Painfully) Bad! by Jacob Eckeberger is a metafictive picture book. We are introduced to a kid who tries to warn us about his dad’s propensity for telling jokes that are real groaners....

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Mystery Kisses & Chicken Poop

By Tammy Donahue

Mystery Kisses and Chicken Poop by Tammy Donahue is a memoir of her childhood in West Virginia. Tammy Donahue shares stories of her upbringing with her eight grandchildren. She also creates memories with them as well. Each chapter is a little vignette about her life....

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Mrs. Paddington and the Silver Mousetraps

A Hair-Raising History of Women's Hairstyles in 18th-century London
By Gail Skroback Hennessey

Mrs. Paddington and the Silver Mousetraps by Gail Skroback Hennessey is set in 18th-century London. Mrs. Paddington is a wealthy woman and has been invited to the Moonlight Ball. All the fashionable ladies will be there and each of them will have a very elaborate...

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Monster in the Water

Fighting Back Against Harmful Algal Blooms
By Dylan D'Agate

Monster in the Water: Fighting Back Against Harmful Algal Blooms, written by Dylan D'Agate and illustrated by Maria DeCerce, is about a small coastal town called Seaville and the summer when everything changed. As the children race to the beach on the last day of...

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Must I Wash My Hands!?

An illustrated children’s book that encourages kids to wash hands.
By Olivia and Rinnah Maduabuchi

Zinny always finds reasons not to wash her hands and she finds excuses like she had just washed her hands or her hands were not that dirty. Her parents always tell her to wash her hands before eating, when she gets home from the playground,...

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Mincemeat and the Incredible Train Ride

Mincemeat's World of Adventures Book 1
By Lois Davis

Be careful what you wish for. Zayn is a locomotive for the Candy Floss Central rail line. He has a secret dream: to be an express train. Wouldn’t that be grand! He would be able to ride the rails at breakneck speed. Mincemeat is a...

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Meet The Wolols

Welcome To Wololand
By Maria Vergara

Today when children are spending more time at home, Maria Vergara’s vibrant fun-packed book, Meet the Wolols Welcome to Wololand, is the perfect solution. The introduction to the Wolols is a great way to teach new words and positive personal qualities. And, not only did...

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Mama's Daycare

Mama and Nene
By Ngozi Edema

Mama's Daycare (Mama and Nene), written by Ngozi Edema and illustrated by Swapan Debnath, is a cute, colorful children's book about a little girl named Nene, who is getting ready for her first day of school. She is very close to her mom and loves...

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Mama Loves You Always

By Lindsey Coker Luckey

Every once in a while, I come upon a book that simply stands out. From the first page, I knew this is going to be a good one. Mama Loves You Always by Lindsey Coker Luckey is a combination of beautiful artwork and sweet rhymes...

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Magnificent Mocha Monty

By Holland Jordan

Monty’s skin is a mocha color. He’s very proud of how he looks and all he can do. He has a great singing voice and he loves dancing to the beat. He’s just a really fun-loving, happy little boy, like any other boy. Differences are...