Bellies to the Sky

A Bedtime Breathwork Book
By Colleen Canning

Bellies to the Sky: A Bedtime Breathwork Book by Colleen Canning is a children’s picture book for readers around the 3- to 6-year-old range. It is aimed at bedtime as we see pictures of animals and their offspring getting ready for sleep. It focuses on...

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I'm NOT Like Other Books

By Meaghan Axel

I’m NOT Like Other Books by Meaghan Axel is not like any other book but has something for everyone. This metafiction picture book has a sloth, a narwhal, and a seal that serve as guides as they try to determine what this book’s purpose is....

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My Dad's Jokes are Very (Terribly, Awfully, Painfully) Bad!

By Jacob Eckeberger

Dad jokes can be very punny! My Dad’s Jokes are Very (Terribly, Awfully, Painfully) Bad! by Jacob Eckeberger is a metafictive picture book. We are introduced to a kid who tries to warn us about his dad’s propensity for telling jokes that are real groaners....

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Gray Whiskers

A Kid's Guide for Loved Ones Growing Old
By Lisa Wiehebrink

In Gray Whiskers: A Kid's Guide for Loved Ones Growing Old, Lisa Wiehebrink uses a boy's dog growing old, just like his grandparents, to illustrate to children what happens when their grandparents and other people in their lives grow older. Jack was a little boy...

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The Spectacular Duet of Miss Anna Odette

By Kaitlyn May

In The Spectacular Duet of Miss Anna Odette, Kaitlyn May introduces us to a young second grader who enjoys both science and dance. Anna loves asking questions and investigating to find the answers. After school, she heads to dance class, where her scientific brain continues...

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The Colors of Kindness

By Kristen Bellamy

Rainbows are always so bright and cheerful but wait, in The Colors of Kindness, Panda meets a sad, gray rainbow. Rainbow’s colors get brighter with kindness, but she needs Panda’s help to make that happen. Panda is more than willing to help and lists several...

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Granny Can't Remember Me

A Children's Book About Alzheimer's
By Susan McCormick

Granny Can’t Remember Me: A Children’s Book about Alzheimer’s is a wonderfully illustrated children’s book about understanding Alzheimer’s and other dementias that children and parents need to read. The easy-to-read story stars Joey who shares the differences between his two grandmothers. This story doesn’t just...

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Molly Gets Her Wheels

By Sherry Carnahan

All it took was a little accident and Molly, the Maltese dog, was paralyzed in her hind legs. She was young and full of life and energy. All she wanted to do was run and chase the squirrels, but she couldn’t do that anymore. Even...

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Arches to Zigzags

An Architectural ABC
By Michael J. Crosbie, Steven Rosenthal

Arches to ZigZags: An Architectural ABC written by Michael J. Crosbie and photographed by Steve at Kit Rosenthal is a tour-de-force. It has sharp photographs of architectural details for every letter of the alphabet. Before reading this book I didn’t know that the strong blocks...

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My Friend, The Light

By Susie Miles

A little boy loves his light. It makes him feel safe, both day and night. It makes him feel warm when it shines so bright and gives Mom and Dad a means to see him in the dark after he’s asleep. It’s not unusual to...

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