Children - Non-Fiction

Hey Hilde!

By Ross Hammond

Hey Hilde by Ross Hammond is a beautifully presented children's book, part of a series of “Hey Books” planned by an organization based in Bolivia known as CIWY. What does CIWY do? For more than 20 years now, CIWY has dedicated its efforts towards battling...

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Pepe Learns to Run Again

An Inspirational True Story
By Christina Potter

Chester is getting a puppy and he is excited. After breakfast, Chester, along with his mom and dad, go to the breeder’s house and there they see a black and white puppy with a wagging tail. Chester tells his parents that his name is Pepe...

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The Apple Experiment
By Carol Basdeo

There may be a simple answer to your question, why do apples float in water? They feel heavy enough, yet when placed in a bowl of water, they float. I guess floating apples is the reason why bobbing for apples is such a fun game...

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The Life Cycle of an Apple
By Carol Basdeo

Why would K.C. be digging in the garden? That’s what Mom wanted to know. It led to a series of questions, starting with: “Why are you digging up the garden?” Each of K.C.’s answers lead to another question as the young boy shares his new...

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Minds and Signs

By Rebecca Rose Orton

Have you ever wondered about the complexities of American Sign Language (ASL)? Deaf people use it all the time to communicate. But to those who don’t know the language, for that is what it is – a language - watching the communicating process looks like...

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The Alphabet

Learned Quickly and Easily
By Brenda G. Martin

The Alphabet: Learned Quickly and Easily is a guide to pronouncing the letters of alphabet, as well as how to draw them. Teacher and author Brenda G. Martin has developed a method for teaching the alphabet that teachers and parents can use to help children...

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Cuddled and Carried

By Dia L. Michels

The illustrations in Cuddled and Carried by Dia L. Michels make you want to cuddle and carry the book itself. Simple sentences will promote a child self-reading from the art work, even if they don’t know the words. Pandas, koalas, cougars, and many more animals...

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Buckets, Dippers, and Lids

Secrets to Your Happiness
By Carol McCloud

Author Carol McCloud in Buckets, Dippers, and Lids: Secrets to Your Happiness explains how each individual has three secrets to their happiness. She stresses that it is involved with a Bucket, Dipper and Lid. A bucket is used to contain one’s happiness. People give into...

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Sirius, the Hero Dog of 9/11

By Hank Fellows

Sirius, the Hero Dog of 9/11 is a story about a patrol dog that was killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001. It gives details concerning what this dog could have heard before that awful day’s events. Sirius could see the height of the...

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King of the Hill

A Child's Personal History of the Great Depression
By Nelda Bedford Gaydou

King of the Hill: A Child’s Personal History of the Great Depression by Nelda Bedford Gaydou is a collection of family stories from the Great Depression. It follows the adventures of Benji, the youngest of eleven children, and his share-cropping family as they move from...

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