What Are We Going to Play Today?

By Maria Saroukos West

The little boy in the storybook wants to know if they are going to play with blocks and learn their ABCs or pretend to be pirates on high seas or climb up one of the highest trees. He asks everyone to join him while counting...

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Wipe the Slate Clean

The Story of Nester the Pester
By Lauretha Ward

Nester the Pester is a bully. He steals from others, makes fun of them, and pushes them around. Even in class, Nester can’t settle down and pay attention; he’s always causing mischief. One day, his teacher reads a story about a bully. Nester tries not...

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Wilma's Magic Hat

By Philippa Rae

Wilma the witch was not good at magic. It was a joke in Windy Bottom, the village where Wilma lived, about her poor skills at magic. Her best friend Wilfred the wizard called her one day to say they were all invited to a special...

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Why Can't We Be Friends?

By Charles White and Logan White

Why Can’t We Be Friends? by Charles White and Logan White is a delightful little tale of a cat and dog. As mortal enemies, the dog chases the cat, and the cat runs away. But what if one of them stopped to ask why? One...

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What Children Love Around The World

Children love the same things and play the same games no matter which part of the world they live.
By Armita Zadeh

Armita Zadeh’s What Children Love Around The World is a story about children from different countries and the similar things that children love despite coming from different places. All around the world, children are raised and taught differently because of their different cultures and environments....

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What Is Your Favorite Color? / ¿Cuál Es Tu Color Favorito?

English-Spanish Bilingual Book of Colors
By Marcela Klinsrisuk

The world is filled with different colors and each one is different from the other. The little boy's favorite color is red and the book shows the things that are associated with red. The little girl likes orange and readers get to know the things...

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What Kind of World Would It Be?

By Angelina Schafer Gauthier

“If everyone acted just like me,/ what kind of world would it be?” This is a powerful question, one that deserves a respectful, caring answer. We need to help each other, be kind, show respect, be generous and so much more, all positive. If we...

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Why is Mommy Crying?

Explaining early pregnancy loss to young children
By I. Cori Baill

Why is Mommy Crying?, written by I. Cori Baill and illustrated by Heather Bell, is a children's picture book that helps parents and guardians navigate the difficult task of explaining early pregnancy loss to young readers. The book begins with a very young Max waking...

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When My Mom Goes to Tsunami Supermarket, Why Can't I Tag Along?

By Susana Basanty

Avi wanted to go shopping with her mother but her mother told her children were not allowed at Tsunami Foods and even if Avi went she would be very bored. She asked Avi to stay at home with her Grandma and finish her homework. Her...

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What Car Is That?

By Casey Williams

Hudson was observing all the cars on the highway. He saw big cars, small cars, high cars, low cars, and Hudson wondered why. His Dad told him why the shiny red car could go fast. Hudson's Dad owned a mini-van because it had space for...

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