It's About the BOYS!

...Getting from Boyhood to Manhood
By Patrice Lee

Danny Fishback lives with his dad, mom, and sister Onya, and he likes doing a lot of things outside. Though his thoughts are deep, he is good-natured. His sister Onya is different from him. She is dainty, kind, and articulate, and knows how to talk...

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I'm Just Me!!

By Kody Christiansen

A little boy knows how to entertain himself while his mother’s busy at work as a nurse or too tired after her shift to do much of anything. This little boy likes to read, draw, talk to his grandmother, tease the cat, and play with...

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I'm Amazing the Way I Am

By Suzanne Liggions-Way

Needing help is not a bad thing. We all need help from time to time. It might be glasses to see better or hearing aids to hear better, or someone to talk to when depressed, or even someone to give extra help when you don’t...

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Imp Finds A Friend

Imp's Adventures
By Mary Pat Kanaley

Imp’s Adventures: Imp Finds a Friend by Mary Pat Kanaley is the second book in the delightful series that follows one little mouse on various adventures that come with a fun drawing opportunity and an important life lesson. Imp realizes that he doesn’t want to...

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I’m Basically a Unicorn

By Melanie Hawkins

Everyone is different and that’s a good thing as children learn in Melanie Hawkins's book I’m Basically A Unicorn. In the pages, we see children who are unique and special. Whether it’s a little girl with curly red hair or a little boy born with...

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I Can Be Whatever I Want

Inspires Children to 'Belive in Yourself'
By Deborah Lucero

Imagination is a powerful tool and dreams can come true – within reason, of course. When a little girl’s Nana asks her what she wants to be when she grows up, she replies, “A unicorn.” Can people grow up to be something other than a...

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I Like Me And I Love Me - A Self-Love activity book

An activity and colouring book for children. Focused on self-love, mindfulness and confidence building for kids.
By Abby Zaitley

I Like Me And I Love Me - A Self-Love activity book by Abby Zaitley is a perfect mental toolbox for kids to use, with many coping skills throughout, utilizing reading, writing, and coloring to learn to like and love oneself. From beginning to end,...

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I'll Lend You My Daddy

A Deployment Book for Kids Ages 4-8
By Becky King

I’ll Lend You My Daddy is tailor-made for children of fathers in the military, but it could also be used for children of military mothers. Additionally, it would be wonderful for young nieces and nephews, or friends and classmates of children whose parents are serving...

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I Don't Want to Bully Anymore

A Young Person's Guide for the Bully and the Bullied
By June Rousso

I Don't Want to Bully Anymore: A Young Person's Guide for the Bully and the Bullied by June Rousso, with illustrations by Maima Adiputri, is a children's book written in rhythmic lines from the point of view of a young child who is being bullied....

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Iris-A Blind Puppy-Sees the World

By Inga Eissmann Buccella

We are all different. We all have our strengths and our weaknesses, but sometimes our weaknesses provide us with hidden strengths. Iris was born blind, or at least she had limited vision. Because of her blindness, she was the last of the litter to be...

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