What is a Virus for Kids

By Rich Linville

The world is under siege by a pandemic virus called the Corona Virus, or Covid-19. Everyone’s scared and trying to do their part to stop the spread of this deadly virus. For young children, this unknown enigma, this virus, can be extremely upsetting. What better...

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What It Takes to Be a Pro Basketball Player

By Joanne Mattern

What It Takes to be a Pro Basketball Player by Joanne Mattern is an informative non-fiction book directed at elementary age students. This book clearly lays out information and the steps it takes in becoming a pro basketball player. The sports topic is one...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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When We Met Neanderthals

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By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals Coloring Book by Neil Bockoven, Ph.D. takes young readers back to Ice Age Europe 45,000 years ago when Moctu and Nuri lived. The Neanderthals were a different type of human that lived in Europe 250,000 years before all of us. Moctu...

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When We Met Neanderthals

By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals is written by Neil Bockoven and illustrated by Vladimir Kirichenko. This book shares the history of the species of humankind during the Stone Age and Ice Age periods. Have you ever wondered how many species of humans there are or were?...

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What Does A Police Horse Do?

By Ellen F. Feld

Liam is a police horse. He has a very important job. It is to “serve and protect”. He helps Officer Eric Lucas do his patrols, helps people when needed and, his favorite job, visiting young people at school where he gets lots of attention. Liam...

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What Makes a Bug a Bug?

Animal Classes
By Andi Cann

What Makes a Bug a Bug? (Animal Classes) is a fun bedtime storybook to teach small children a little science. Author Andi Cann introduces kids to a bright, happy little boy named Bucky who is reading a “magic mystery book” (a science book, of course!)...

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Words

By Lora Rozler

How important is one letter? On its own, a letter doesn’t hold much power but add a few other letters and it means so much more. The words you choose can make a big difference … with one word you can make someone happy or...

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Wanda and Winky

The True Story of the Detroit Zoo's Last Two Elephants
By Linda K McLean

In Wanda and Winky: The True Story of the Detroit Zoo's Last Two Elephants, Linda K. McLean has clearly captured the plight of elephants held in captivity through a compelling use of poetry and prose. The words tell the real- life story of two elephants...

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Who Laid the Egg?

By Audrey Sauble

The outstanding illustrations in Who Laid The Egg? will attract readers who’ll want to know which eggs were laid by which animal. Author Audrey Sauble has created a wonderful, but simple story of animals and the eggs they lay. Who Laid The Egg? is a...