Hugo Makes Bread With Grandad

By Peggy Alberda

What kind of bread do you eat? Store-bought or homemade? Hugo eats store-bought bread at home, but when he visits his grandparents, he enjoys their homemade bread. On one visit, Grandad decides it’s time to teach Hugo how to make his special oatmeal bread. Together...

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Happy Place

A young girl finds happiness and a place just for her with help from family and friends
By Julia Grams

Do you have a happy place? Someplace special only to you; someplace that makes you really happy? Is it fishing down by the lake with Grandpa? Or baking in the kitchen with Grandma? Or listening to music with Dad? Nora learns about happy places and...

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Horace Henway Raises A Stink

By Kathleen Arthur

Horace Henway was a regular kid but when he passed a little gas in class, the smell of it spread quickly. Horace turned redder than a beet as the sound was heard by every student in his class. His classmates held their noses as he...

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How Animals Say Goodnight

A Sweet Going to Bed Book about Animal Sleep Habits
By Esther Pia Cordova

Did you know that the albatross sleeps while flying high in the sky? I’m not sure I’d want to try that. Imagine if I flew into a mountain top, or another flying creature, or an airplane. All animals must sleep. Like us, they have their...

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Hueslandia

At Another Time . . . At Another Place
By Michael Murphy

Hueslandia: At Another Time . . . At Another Place is a work of fiction with strong themes of social issues pertaining to race and inequality, amongst other issues, and was penned by author Michael Murphy. Alongside illustrator Carissa McDonald, this informative and engaging book...

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How Many Names Do I Have?

By Rosanne Peters

When Everest, a cockapoo puppy full of life and forever active, was adopted and brought home to his fur-ever home, he was skittish and didn’t trust anyone. He had been abused in his previous homes and he was hesitant to trust anyone new. He even...

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Hair Peace

By Dawn Doig

Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie said in an article, 'Hair is something we see, but we don't understand what's behind it, kind of like race. It's the same way that something seems obvious, but it is really complicated and complex'. The relationship that young girls have...

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Help Hungry Henry Deal with Anger

An Interactive Picture Book About Anger Management
By Esther Pia Cordova

Help Hungry Henry Deal with Anger: An Interactive Picture Book About Anger Management is written by Esther Pia Cordova and illustrated by Maria Burobkina. Hungry Henry gets angry over a lot of things. He becomes frustrated over food, the items he tries to put together...

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Humans In-Training

By Brooke Van Sickle

Humans In-Training by Brooke Van Sickle is about a puppy who gets himself some new humans. While he had everything physically that he needed, his dog parents still had a lot to learn about the responsibility of taking care of a dog. They were selfish...

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How Hope Became An Activist

By George M. Johnson

How Hope Became an Activist is an inspiring, sweet picture book by George M. Johnson, tackling the subject of activism for younger generations. Activism is a very broad topic, with many different groups, organizations, and individuals considered activists. Instead of attempting to tackle everything to...

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