Why Not

By Dianne Miller

Dianne Miller’s children’s preschool picture book, Why Not, features Little Bunny and his mother and what happens when any misguided action is taken, which usually results in some sort of negative reaction. The tale is told in such a way that it enfolds you in...

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Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You're Asleep?

By Sonya Annita Song

In this children's picture book titled, Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You’re Asleep?, author Sonya Annita Song demonstrates how parents can have fun too. Parents can still be child-like, in other words. At least that is how the illustrator Kate Fallahee shows...

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A B Sea Creatures

An Astonishing Aquatic Alphabet!
By Craig Macnaughton

A B Sea Creatures: An Astonishing Aquatic Alphabet by Craig Macnaughton takes young readers on an enchanting journey underwater and introduces them to the creatures living there. Be it the Angler Fish, the Blue Crab, the Cuttlefish, or the Dumbo Octopus, children will have fun...

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Merkitty and the Orange Fish Fiasco

By Kirsten Wheelock

Merkitty always looked for a chance to go on land. He loved all things above water. Merkitty was excited when King Olgan asked him to get the Oracle. He handed over a map to the Oracle's house to Merkitty and asked him to go straight...

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The Scariest Book in the Whole Entire World

By Joey Acker

“This book unfortunately belongs to (space for name)” are the first words. They precede even the title, The Scariest Book in the Whole Entire World. No children were present, unfortunately, because I laughed aloud all the way through, it’s so gloriously funny. Joey Acker has...

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Ruby Panda's Christmas Surprise

By Kirsten Wheelock

Ruby Panda’s Christmas Surprise, written by Kirsten Wheelock and with illustrations by Mehwish Umber, is a sweet children's story of one red panda’s very special surprise. It’s that special time of year at the zoo where everyone is coming to visit the animals so that...

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Rabbit's Snow Day

By Todd Strader

Rabbit’s Snow Day, written by Todd Strader and illustrated by Penny Collins, is the ideal bedtime story and perfect educational read to teach children all about rabbits, both wild and domestic. This will further the love children have for rabbits and give them an inside...

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Off To Be Pirates!

An Owl Story
By Kellen Roggenbuck

Archie was not a normal owl, he wanted to be a Pirate. He traveled deep into the forest and met another owl named Wendell, who was sitting on the ground. Wendell liked the ground because he was scared of heights. Archie told Wendell how he...

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Indy's Spot of Bother

Team Golden Oldies #9
By Lisa Domeny

Indy’s Spot of Bother by Lisa Domeny is the ninth book in the Team Golden Oldies series of children’s books. This is a super picture book that follows Indy in a delightful story of accepting herself. Indy was once an only dog, then her mum...

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Splendor the Magnificent

By Rebecca Bielawski

Splendor the Magnificent by Rebecca Bielawski is a sweet and quirky tale of a bird that lets his popularity go to his head. A baby bird hatches with stunning blue feathers and is so beautiful that his mother names him Splendor. Everyone flocks to see...