A Christmas Carol

By Norman Whaler

Charles Dickens’s classic story, A Christmas Carol, is as popular today as it has been for almost two centuries. There have been movie adaptations and numerous retellings of this story about greed and the true meaning of Christmas. Scrooge, visited by the three ghosts of...

Andy

By Mary Dalton

Jamie did not have a dad and he always thought of him when he tried to help his brother, Chris. Jamie loved the old TV programs and he always wanted his dad to be someone just like Andy Taylor, Sheriff of Mayberry. He would often...

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Anita and Grandma's Dulce de Leche

By Pilar Velez

It was Christmas Eve and Grandmother Rosa was in the kitchen, roasting corn pancakes and beating rich and foamy chocolate with her whisk. As she sat at the kitchen table and reviewed the details of her recipe, she knew her confection would taste good. Grandmother's...

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Angry Books

By Tacee Theobald

Did you ever stop to think about how a book feels when you mistreat it? Enter into the life of a book in the charming children's picture book, Angry Books by Tacee Theobald. Meet Book. He doesn't look particularly special; just an old book with...

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Aladdin Is Done In

A Story to Guess the Lesson
By Rich Linville

A wealthy sultan ruled a land called Turan and he lived in a magnificent palace. The roofs of the palace were covered in gold. Aladdin, the Great Thief of Turan, wanted to steal the gold. The palace had the most beautiful garden in the world...

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A Tough Nut To CRACK

By Eric VanTuyl

Let's meet Mac, the Macadamia nut who was a special nut. His friends Doodle and McNutt agreed that he was a special kind of nut and interesting too. Mac felt hot when it was cold and he slept on the floor at night though he...

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A Proper Grown-Up

By Anna-Marie Collins

In A Proper Grown-Up by Sejal Sharma, we are introduced to Joy, a little girl who is convinced that she’s a grown-up. She does everything an adult does from going to work, doing her taxes and drinking coffee before a long day. It’s hard but,...

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A Tiger's Tale

Wayne Gerard Trotman's Rhyming Stories
By Wayne Gerard Trotman

A happy tiger lived on the island of Sumatra where there were large green forests to roam and it was home to many tigers. But people came there and cut down the trees, broke the law, and burned the forests of the land. The destruction...

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An Elephant's Advice

Wayne Gerard Trotman's Rhyming Stories
By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Meet Tun Tun, the baby elephant, and Jumbo, his strong and brave father, and Ayo, his wise and beautiful mother. Tun Tun is a forest elephant calf and he visits the lake every day with his family for mud baths, fresh water, and playing. They...

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A Blueberry Day

By Etaine Raphael

It was a good day and the breeze was fresh. The smiles on the faces of children were bright and wide as they happily picked the blueberries. The flowers were kissed with the morning dew and the warm sand tickled their feet. The girls enjoyed...

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