Dr. Guinea Pig George

By Becky Benishek

Dr. Guinea Pig George is a children’s book, written by Becky Benishek and illustrated by Kelly Cline. George is a Guinea Pig who lives with a human family. At the head of the family’s household is a doctor, also named George. As patients call Dr....

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Dandelion Blue

By Rob Bounds

Everyone is different. We all have different colored skin or at least different tones of skin color. Everyone’s hair and eye colors are different, too. Difference is not a bad thing. We’re not clones, after all. It’s the same thing in the wild. Every creature...

Danloria

The Secret Forest of Germania
By Gloria D. Gonsalves

Danloria: The Secret Forest of Germania is a children's nature storybook written by Gloria D. Gonsalves. Stan lived in Germania with his mom and dad. He and his father would go for walks every Saturday in the forest surrounding their house. Stan loved these walks...

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Dad On Wheels

By Leslie A Johnson

Dad On Wheels is a children's social issues picture book written by Leslie A. Johnson and illustrated by Dasguptarts. The author was in a car accident when he was sixteen years old and was paralyzed from the neck down. In this story of a dad...

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Desmond and His Mighty Adventures

By Rebecca Guerrero

Desmond and His Mighty Adventures is a children’s book written in rhyme by Rebecca Guerrero and illustrated by Andrew Miller. Three-year-old Desmond celebrates his birthday with his parents, but is disheartened to receive a soft teddy bear as a birthday gift, as it is not...

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Do Bad Dogs Get Cancer?

By Patricia Ann Brill

Turbo and Boxster are the very best of friends and they play regularly together. When Boxster goes over to Turbo’s house to invite his buddy out to play, he’s taken aback when Turbo declines, having no energy. Boxster urges him to go to the doctor...

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Daydreaming

A Baseball Story
By R. W. Thompson

Daydreaming: A Baseball Story is a children's sports picture book written and illustrated by R.W. Thompson. The narrator of the story is a primary school principal who happens to notice two boys walking over to the athletic fields from the window of the staff room....

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Discovering Sharlie

Case of the Missing Sea Serpent (Lucky Penny Detective Adventures Book 1)
By Craig Vroom

Scotland Yard is worried. Loch Ness' most famous serpent has not been seen for many years. It's missing and everyone is worried. They have no idea what to do or where to look. So they contact the Lucky Penny Detectives, or more precisely Olivia and...

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Dust Fairy Tales

Absolutely Aggie
By Michelle R. Eastman

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie by Michelle R. Eastman is the tale of Aggie the fairy, who doesn't fit in with the other fairy girls. She is loud and clumsy and her hair and clothes don't look quite right. She loves to play music on...

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Don't Touch That Dart!

The Artt of Early Learning Series Book 4
By D.A. Batrowny

Don’t Touch That Dart! written by DA Batrowny and illustrated by Diana M Hernandez is a children’s book written for parents who have young children. It is part of the Smart Artt book series which covers developmental related topics. In this story, Artt is left...