Who's in That Shell?

By Anita Elco and Katherine Stelmach

Authors Anita Elco and Katherine Stelmach have created a book that early grade school teachers will love using for lessons on science and on accepting and aiding others. "Who's in that Shell" tells of elementary school teacher Mrs.Davis and her class as they take on...

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When Grandma's False Teeth Fly

By Mary Lee

"When Grandma's False Teeth Fly" by Mary Lee is a delightful story for children who may be unsure of their personal appearance for one reason or another. Six year old Katie has a chipped front tooth and some of her classmates tease her about it....

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What Is True?

By Etan Boritzer and Jeff Vernon

"What is True?", written by Etan Boritzer and illustrated by Jeff Vernon, is an excellent book that will challenge children and encourage them to seek answers and to find out what really is true. The book begins with asking what is true and asking if...

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What Is Death?

By Etan Boritzer and Jeff Vernon

"What is Death?", written by Etan Boritzer and illustrated by Nancy Forrest, discusses death using kid-friendly terms and explanations. The author discusses what death means and what death actually is, including what physically happens to a person's body. A person's soul is discussed carefully since...

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What Is Dreaming?

By Etan Boritzer and Jeff Vernon

"What is Dreaming?", written by Etan Boritzer and illustrated by Jeff Vernon, encourages the exploration of and discussions about dreams which can be frightening and a difficult concept for children to grasp. This book provides various explanations for why we dream what we do; for...

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What Is a Family?

By Etan Boritzer and Jeff Vernon

"What is Family?" written by Etan Boritzer and illustrated by Jeff Vernon is a book filled with questions and explanations for children. It also provides a basis for a discussion. Each and every person is different and each family is different. This book discusses how...

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Why Juan Can't Sleep

A Mystery?
By Karl Beckstrand

This short tale is about Juan and why he can’t sleep. Everything disrupts his slumber: every little sound from noises under his bed to his sister getting a drink from the bathroom. The author, Beckstrand, intersperses poetry and alliteration within this story to elaborate on...

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Waffles and Pancakes

A Lesson in Friendship
By Cindy Springsteen

"Waffles and Pancakes," written and illustrated by Cindy Springsteen, is a cute, little story about friendship and what is important in life. Pancakes and Waffles are two hamsters who live together at the pet shop. They are both bought on the same day and taken...

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What are we going to do today?

Brilliant ideas with Hoobsy and Dubsy
By Helmut Degen

“What are we going to do today?: Brilliant ideas with Hoobsy and Dubsy” written by Helmut Degen and illustrated by Manuela Soriani is an adorable, interactive book to share with young children! Hoobsy and Dubsy are young groundhog brothers who are never bored because they...

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With You Always

By Danielle Leibovici, LMFT

“With You Always,” written by Danielle Leibovici, LMFT, is a touching story that will be treasured by children and adults alike. A little boy is afraid one night and runs into his grandmother’s room. She comforts him by explaining that no one is ever alone...

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