Can You Hear Me, Daddy?

By Y. Y. Chan

Can You Hear Me, Daddy? by Y.Y. Chan is a poignant and heartrending story of death, loss, and grief. Renee's Daddy told them one morning that the doctors found cancer in his body. He told them that cancer would spread and he would become weak....

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Cornelia and the Fancy Lunch

The Cornelia Chronicles
By Jodi Stapler

Summer had just begun, but Cornelia had a list of things she wanted to complete before starting third grade in the fall. It was day nine of summer vacation and Cornelia had already finished a planned science project as well as secured a special space...

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Can a Tree Be Blue?

By Audrey Sauble

The delightful picture book, Can a Tree be Blue? by Audrey Sauble, is a great read for young children. This simple book provides details about different trees and their unique characteristics, specifically their colors. It uses beautifully illustrated pictures that are true to the nature...

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Corky Tails

Tales of a Tailless Dog Named Sagebrush (Moms Choice Award Winner)
By Joni Franks

In Corky Tails: Tales of a Tailless Dog Named Sagebrush by Joni Franks, the main character is Sagebrush, a Corgi dog. Sagebrush lives on a ranch. She stays in the house with her parents but the rest of the dogs are with the animals outside....

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Carrie Can't Choose a Costume

Choosy Carrie Books Book 1
By Joy Hardin

Carrie Can't Choose a Costume: Choosy Carrie Books, Book 1 is a social issues picture book written by Joy Hardin and illustrated by Valentina Nuzzo. Halloween is one of Carrie’s favorite holidays, and autumn is definitely her favorite season, but this year it’s all different....

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Code 7

Cracking the Code for an Epic Life
By Bryan R. Johnson

Code 7: Cracking the Code for an Epic Life by Bryan R. Johnson is a book for young readers with powerful lessons. It features stories of seven students at Flint Elementary School and explores very relevant themes, including creativity, teamwork, friendship, bullying, adventure, and the...

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Charlie, Dare to Dream!

Charlie's Fables
By D. C. Gomez

Every child has a dream to be a teacher, astronaut or a firefighter but one day when Joey, Charlie's friend, decided he wanted to be an Olympic cross-country skier, Charlie thought it was impossible because Joey only had one leg. In this easy to read...

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Corky Tails Tales of a Tailless Dog Named Sagebrush

Sagebrush and the Warm Spring Discovery
By Joni Franks

Welcome to another adventure of Corky Tails: Tales of a Tailless Dog Named Sagebrush. At the heart of this enchanting story is a Welsh Corgi who talks and has far more sense of environmental awareness than many people. In Sagebrush and the Warm Spring Discovery,...

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City of More

By Sonya Annita Song

What happens when you are a Bigwig that wants more and more? What happens when enough is never enough? And what can you learn from those who have less or even from those who have nothing? These questions and more are answered in a creative...

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Corrie Cocker Spaniel

By Teresa Smith

Living in the countryside, I frequently witness abandoned pets, mostly cats, but some dogs. They wander around looking for a place to belong, to feel safe and to be loved. It’s heartbreaking. Teresa Whitaker Smith’s short story, Corrie Cocker Spaniel, really touched my heart to...