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Inspiring Our Youth to be Active Global Citizens
By Robert Abad

“When you look at the images of protests going on in a number of countries, you see young people leading the way. They’re demanding not just change, but attention and action.” Those are the well-formulated thoughts of Ariella Abad, age 12. She and her sister...

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Manage My Emotions for Kids

By Kenneth Martz

Manage My Emotions for Kids by Kenneth Martz and Meredith Martz is a children's non-fiction book designed to assist children and their guardians to find balance as they navigate through the highs and lows of everyday life. Using visually recognizable emojis as a means of...

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My First Guide To Bitcoin

An Easy Read On The Cryptic Topic
By Andrew O'Neil

My First Guide to Bitcoin: An Easy Read on The Cryptic Topic is written by Andrew O’Neil. With the font of a child’s first storybook, Andrew has used a simple conversational style to outline the concepts of Bitcoin. He warns against taking this light read...

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Mommy's Oven

By Brandi Pearce

Mommy's Oven is a nonfiction picture book for children written by Brandi Pearce and illustrated by Nazar Horokhivskyi. August was a little boy who loved his big, extended family, filled with cousins, aunts and uncles, grandmothers and grandfathers. The only thing he was missing, being...

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My Changing Family

A Guide to Help Young Children Cope with Divorce
By Maureen Sangiorgio

My Changing Family: A Guide to Help Young Children Cope with Divorce by Maureen Sangiorgio is written from the viewpoint of Logan, a ten-year-old boy who speaks about the divorce of his parents. He is scared his parents are going to live in different houses...

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Mimi’s Strategy

What to do when your sister takes your toys
By Linda Goudsmit

Mimi’s Strategy by Linda Goudsmit begins by telling young readers about a little girl named Hildy, her parents and little sister Francesca. Francesca looked up to Hildy and wanted to be just like her, even liking the same toys as Hildy. Hildy liked to play,...

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Meet the Disney Brothers

A Unique Biography About Walt Disney
By Aaron H. Goldberg

Most people have heard of the Disney Corporation, but not everyone knows the story behind it. Meet the Disney Brothers by Aaron H. Goldberg tells the story of the men behind the animation studio: Walt Disney and his older brother Roy. The book begins when...

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Medgar Evers

He Taught His Kids To Crawl So We Could Stand
By Katina Rankin

“I am able to be me today because of M.E., because of Medgar Evers and his fight for civil rights,” says Renee in Medgar Evers: He Taught His Kids To Crawl So We Could Stand by Katina Rankin. One day Renee asked her sister, Alexis,...

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March On Children!

The Story Of James Meredith’s March Against Fear
By Katina L Rankin

“Finishing is far more important than starting” are the famous words of African-American Civil Rights Movement figure, James Meredith. In this book, March On Children! The Story Of James Meredith’s March Against Fear by Katina L Rankin, children will learn about how James Meredith had...

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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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