I'm Compassionate! Are You?

By Felicia Napier Johnson

I'm Compassionate! Are You? is a children’s social issues storybook written by Felicia Napier Johnson and illustrated by Tyrus Goshay. Jade’s mom knew something was wrong as soon as her daughter walked up to the car. When Jade sat down, she gave her mom a...

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It Is All Right Now

Inspired Child
By Riki Ella

Meet Riki, a sweet little girl with a little dimple in her cheek, brown eyes, and a shy smile in the story It Is All Right Now: Inspired Child by Riki Ella. Riki loved playing with her four siblings and she was always excited about...

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I Can Go to Summer Camp

A book about type 1 diabetes (Learning to Live with Diabetes for Children)
By Yerachmiel Altman

I Can Go to Summer Camp: A book about Type 1 diabetes (Learning to Live with Diabetes for Children) by Yerachmiel B. Altman is about a little boy who is going to Camp Jellybean in the summer. He is excited and is looking forward to...

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I AM Manifesto

By SB Hilarion

I AM Manifesto by SB Hilarion is an uplifting book for both children and adults with 366 affirmations that will help to build self-belief and self-esteem. Narrated in the form of a journal through the eyes of Hao Finley and Sabine Yi Lee, this book...

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Isaac the Elephant

Grandma's Angels
By Cheryl Sperry Golke

Isaac the Elephant: Grandma's Angels is a children’s social issues picture book written by Cheryl Sperry Golke and illustrated by Nifty Illustration. If a parade was in town, you could be sure that Isaac the elephant was as far away from all the noise and...

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I Smile For Grandpa

A loving story about dementia disease for young children.
By Jaclyn Guenette, Kathryn Harrison

I Smile For Grandpa is a loving story about dementia disease for young children by Jaclyn Guenette and Kathryn Harrison. It's a beautiful story about the relationship between a grandfather and a grandchild whom the Grandpa called 'Little Buddy'. Little Buddy liked spending time with...

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It's Just a Bunnypalooza!

By Brenda Faatz, Peter Trimarco

The flaming redhead Lizzy is back! One of the most adorable, authentic, dynamic but sometimes insecure, most impressionable main characters in contemporary children’s literature. It’s just so amazing! This time It’s Just a Bunnypalooza! documented in rhyme and illustration by Brenda Faatz and Peter Trimarco...

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I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown

By Rachel Tepfer Copeland

Knowing the “ropes” in the event of a school lockdown has become a priority in today’s society. Training our children to abide by strict rules and serious invasion intent has become routine all across our nation. I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown: A...

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I'm Just Me!

By Kody Christiansen

I'm Just Me! is a children’s social issues picture book written by Kody Christiansen and illustrated by Alexandrea Mallia. Other people may see her as a little girl, but the child in this story sees herself as something rather different. While she enjoys drawing, playing...

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It's Only a Flower

I'd Rather Play Video Games
By Kimberly Deneen

When Isaiah’s mother tells him that they are going to visit a botanical garden, he is not impressed. He would much rather stay home and play video games. He doesn’t even know what the word botanical means. When she uses his given name rather than...

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