Super Jack

By Julie Rausenberger

Super Jack by Julie Rausenberger is a delightful story about Jack, the German Shepherd pup. He is a playful pup who likes to dress and be a superhero in his backyard. The young readers can join Jack in his backyard adventures. The story is fast paced...

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Susie's Adventures On The Magic Island

Susie's Adventures
By Susan Valentine

Susie's Adventure on the Magic Island is written by Susan Valentine. This book is brimming with adventure, magic, mysterious animals, and people. It's an imaginative story line full of excitement and fun. Susie needs to get her homework done. She has procrastinated and waited...

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Stick's Masterpiece

By Spencer Hanson

Stick's Masterpiece by Spencer Hanson is about a cute girl, Stick, who tries to paint small things but ends up creating absolutely beautiful pictures. The underlying message is also a sort of motivation for children to try out new things. Apart from the colors and...

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Small Folk Rhymes (Small Folk Tales)

By Christine Larsen

Small Folk Rhymes by Christine Larsen is a delightful collection of rhymes that not only stir a child’s imagination, but they teach them about different animals, foods, and even a pair of shoes. The first part is full of witty rhymes that introduce each of...

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Snailsworth

A Slow Little Story
By Tina Field Howe

“Snailsworth: A Slow Little Story” written and illustrated by Tina Field Howe is an enchanting tale inspired by the author’s own courtyard, complete with her own stepping-stone path, ivy and garden gate. This is the story of one tiny but inquisitive snail setting out on...

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Snailsworth

A Slow Little Story
By Tina Field Howe

Snailsworth peeked out from behind a leaf as the birds were soundly asleep, the crickets scraped their legs to send their secret message and the fireflies flashed their greetings to each other. Slowly Snailsworth made her way across a stepping stone toward an appetizing looking...

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Shelly's Outdoor Adventure

By Kentrell Martin

"Shelley's Outdoor Adventure" is an educational picture book for children. Shelley and her friends are outdoors and they are busy exploring the beauties offered by nature. Shelley is explaining it to her friends using sign language. This book incorporates the American Sign Language. It is...

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Shoes... Are You My Mate?

By Jennifer Moran and Camille Brown

“Shoes . . . Are You My Mate?” by Jennifer Moran and Camille Brown is a nonsensical children’s book in which one of the shoes in a pair of soccer cleats, Lefty, believes it is a better, more serious soccer player than the other shoe,...

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Small Hangers

By Amy Fraher

“Small Hangers” by Amy H. Fraher is something of an enigma; it is a children's book written for parents. Not unlike the 1986 classic “Love You Forever” by Robert Munsch, “Small Hangers” is destined to draw out a veritable flood of tears from the aching...

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Stumble Trip Fall

By Robert Scully

This is Bear. He is flying through the air. As he flies, he remembers something his mother told him. It starts out like this: “If you ever stumble, trip and fall . . .” But he just couldn’t remember the rest. So Bear begins a...

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