The Boy From Afar

Story of Acceptance
By Shailaja Laxman

The little boy in the story was upset; it was the eighth day in a row he had wet the bed, and after a few minutes, he realized it was only a dream. He was away from home and his parents and he could not...

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The Good for Nothing Frogs

My Crazy Stories Series - Book#7
By Daniel Georges

Get ready for a 'ribbiting' story! Daniel Georges has another book in his My Crazy Stories Series. The Good For Nothing Frogs not only has lots of frogs but a grouchy king and a crocodile chef. It starts with a very lazy King Grouchel who...

The Delicious Shadow

By Srividhya Lakshmanan, Akansha Krishnan

Let us meet Stickle, the squirrel who lives with her Mama, Dada, and brother in the mango tree. She plays with her friends and collects berries in the morning and then sleeps the rest of the time. Stickle wants to be famous in the woods...

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The Life of Ideas

By Gahmya Drummond-Bey

The Life of Ideas is a work of fiction in the picture book genre. It is aimed at children and younger readers and was written by author Gahmya Drummond-Bey with illustrations by artist Sidney Lander. The book follows the adventures of two fairies from the...

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Too Cute to Spook

Special Monsters Collection
By Diana Aleksandrova

Too Cute to Spook, written by Diana Aleksandrova and illustrated by Alicia Young, is the fourth book in their Special Monsters Collection, with the other three being Mon-staa, Thud! Thud! and an Activity Book: Monsters – Packed, Fun Activities. In Too Cute to Spook, Larry,...

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There's a Mouse in the Cupboard

By Dawn Doig

Colin saw a mouse in the cupboard and when he told his mommy, she asked him to catch it. Colin did not know how he should catch it and his mommy told him to catch it with the help of a cat. He then told...

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The Lumpy, Lumpy Snowman

By Meghan McCaffery

The Lumpy, Lumpy Snowman by Meghan McCaffery, illustrated by Annie Wilkinson, is a sweet tale of a girl named Charlie who has an active imagination. Charlie wakes up one morning to see a lumpy, lumpy snowman in her yard. She wonders who made it. Then...

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The Rainbow Bee

By Ricardo Gattas-Moras and Rob Jackson

Rainbow was born different in a beehive far away. Instead of black and yellow stripes, this bee had stripes of different colors. That is why the Queen Bee decided to name the bee Rainbow. Rainbow not only looked different but liked different things too and...

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Twillaby Pond

By Patricia L.H. Black

Twillaby Pond, written by Patricia L. H. Black and illustrated by Deborah Hayhurst, introduces the young reader to a whole world of fanciful creatures: striped pricklychore, quadot, merm, pret, wee-pock, myrtie, rissie, and more. The lilting rhymes take a wee-pock and a water-blue pret on...

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The Amazing Zoe

Defeats The Germie Germlins
By Valene Campbell

Let's meet the Germie Germlins, the tiny nasty monsters who lived on a planet far away called Virion in the storybook The Amazing Zoe Defeats The Germie Germlins by Valene Campbell. They were at their happiest when they were able to touch anyone or any...

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