Oliver's Birthday and the Robin's Nest

By Melanie Weiss

Oliver’s Birthday and the Robin’s Nest is written by Melanie Weiss and illustrated by Allen Groner. At first, it looks like it’s a book about a boy whose birthday is July 4th, and who wants a birthday celebration that he doesn’t have to share with...

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Oh, The Way I Love You

By Hillary J Lee

Oh, The Way I Love You, written by Hillary J Lee, is a heartfelt children’s poetry book. It is about parents expressing their love for their children in many different ways. As soon as I started reading this book, I knew it had been written...

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Our Era is Now

14 Remarkable Women Who Rewrote History
By Zoe Yu

Have you heard of Caroline Herschel? Or, for that matter, what about Maryam Mirzakhani, or Maria Ylagan-Orosa? If you haven’t heard of these outstanding women, you’re not alone. However, perhaps you (and I and all other females) should take a closer look at what these...

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Otto and the Angry Donga

A Story About Anger Management for Kids and Parents
By Jane Komussar

This children’s book teaches a universal lesson – how children can manage their strong emotions, especially anger. Otto lives with his mother in England, and one day his father disappeared. Otto has had no contact from him and often feels angry. “He screamed, slammed doors,...

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Our American Dream

By Anna-Marie Collins

Immigrants from all countries come to realize their dreams beneath the American stars. The American Dream is a grand dream and Our American Dream by Fiona McEntee shows young readers the dreams everyone shares in the United States of America. Aya, a Syrian girl, came...

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Oh, The Things I Can Be When I See Me

By Valerie J. Lewis Coleman

If you enjoyed the Dr. Seuss book titled Oh, the Places You’ll Go, you’ll love Oh, The Things I Can Be When I See Me. This new book by author Valerie J. Lewis Coleman introduces children to many different occupations written in story form. While...

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Our Military Family

By Suzan Johnson

Our Military Family is a children’s picture book written by Suzan Johnson and illustrated by Sana Freeman. Harmony’s mom is in active service in the US Army. She’s on her tour of duty right now, so Harmony, her dad and her brother, Dominic, send her...

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Olivia Connects

A Guide to Modes of Communication (Olivia Lauren) (Volume 4)
By Melissa Sue

Olivia Connects: A Guide to Modes of Communication by Melissa-Sue John and Alyssa Simone is an educational and informative book that will guide children on how to communicate. Olivia Lauren introduces them to the different types of communication styles and devices that are used to...

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Ollie the Owllama

By Kim Wilson

Ollie the Owllama is a children’s animal story book written by Kim Wilson and illustrated by Ashley Teets. Ollie was an Owllama, which meant he was part owl and part llama. One result of this combination was that Ollie had something funny happen whenever he...

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Oh How I Love You

By Rev.Dr.Mary J Rincon

Oh How I love You by Mary Rincon is a story of a mother who feels sorry for her daughter because her divorce ruins all the special plans she has for her daughter. She tells her daughter that the branches of the family tree...

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