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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I May Not Be Like You, But We Could Be Friends

By Sabrena Bishop

I May Not Be Like You, But We Could Be Friends by Sabrena Bishop is a beautiful book that tackles the topic of being different, friendship, acceptance, sharing, and dealing with bullies. The book opens at the Lauren Simone Fitness Center where though the children...

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I'm Selling My Dad's Shoes!

Teach kids kindness, karma and the importance of helping others in need (MY CRAZY STORIES SERIES)
By Daniel Georges

Kyle has no money to buy his dad a birthday gift and so he decides to sell his dad’s old shoes in the story I’m Selling My Dad’s Shoes (My Crazy Story Series) by Daniel Georges. He takes them from the shoe cupboard and sneaks...

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It's Not Easy Being a Kid.

Trust Me.
By JuYin Wong

It’s Not Easy Being A Kid: Trust Me is written and illustrated by JuYin Wong and follows the daily routine of sisters Felicia and Serena from the time they wake to the time they go to bed. They describe how difficult it is to wake...

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It's Cool To Be Kind

By Linnea McFadden

It’s Cool To Be Kind by Linnea McFadden is a story about bullying and what can happen when the situation is approached in a positive way. Things couldn’t have been going better for fourth-grader Beckett Barnes, that is until Porter Reed comes to Rock Hill...

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I Can See Peace

By Julie D Penshorn

In today's culture that seems to be focused on injustice and violence, it is important to learn how we can create peace in all types of circumstances and situations that we encounter. In I Can See Peace by Julie D Penshorn, children will see beautiful...

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Infants of the Brush

A Chimney Sweep's Story
By A. M. Watson

A.M. Watson’s Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep's Story recounts the story of a handful of boys all but enslaved by a master chimney sweep. With his widowed mother desperate for money, Egan Whitcombe, aged six, is apprenticed to Daniel Armory for three crowns,...

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