Owl Be Seeing You

A Grumpy the Iguana and Green Parrot Adventure
By Susan Marie Chapman

Owl Be Seeing You (A Grumpy the Iguana and Green Parrot Adventure) by Susan Marie Chapman is a picture book intended for ages 3 to 8. The book is about Screech Owl, who comes to a park to meet the female owl with whom he...

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Opossums to the Rescue

By Gina Gallois

When most people think of opossums, they have negative thoughts: pests, giant rodents, and roadkill. Some think of food. On the other hand, some think opossums are cute and cuddly. Gina Gallios thinks opossums are to be loved. Her love for them shows through in...

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Oh, No ...Hacked Again!

A Story About Online Safety
By Zinet Kemal

Based on actual experiences with her own children, Zinet Kemal uses Oh, No... Hacked Again to teach children about online safety. The Covid 19 pandemic restricted many outdoor activities for children, leading to them spending more time online - either for school projects or playing...

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Olive and the Valentine's Spell

By Helen Millman

In Olive and the Valentine’s Spell, Helen Millman presents a picture book with rhyming prose, exploring a kindergartener’s feelings about the prospect of Valentine’s Day. Olive reveals in first-person his feelings about the meaning of Valentine’s Day and love in general. Fearing that Valentine’s Day...

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Of Love and Pies

By Sheila McGraw

Of Love and Pies by Sheila McGraw is a delightful and engaging children’s book that asks the question, Can you say “I love you” too much? What would happen if you said “I love you,” “every minute or two?” And what would happen if every...

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Otto the Otter

A Big Surprise
By Linda Hansen

Otto the Otter: A Big Surprise by Linda Hansen is a beautiful watercolor-illustrated story of a North American River Otter who visits the pond of a family who lives in a grey house. As Otto frequently returns to the pond, the people in the house...

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Oliver and the Wishing Star

By Jennifer Decker

Jennifer Decker’s Oliver and the Wishing Star is a story about a young boy named Oliver who made a life-changing wish on a wishing star. Oliver was upset and frustrated because he was not allowed to go to his friend’s house since he was not...

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Olivia and Lambie

The Tooth Fairy’s Assistant
By Kim Wanoa

Olivia is a princess and lives in a castle. She loves having adventures with her best friend and knight, Lambie. One thing she doesn’t like to do is brush her teeth. Her parents are constantly trying to get her to brush her teeth. Olivia thinks...

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One Is Enough

By Maurice Trent

One is Enough by Maurice Trent is a wonderful yet short story; more so, I would call it a lesson or even awakening. This story is told with few sentences overall, but it is accompanied by wonderful watercolor illustrations. Not only are they breathtaking, but...

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Once "a Pun" a Time

A guide for reading and telling jokes
By Jennifer Allen

Everyone loves a good pun and children will enjoy Once “a Pun” a Time. Children love to tell jokes to parents, friends, and other family members. A pun is a figure of speech that uses similar-sounding words or exploits multiple meanings of a term. Written...

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