Speranza's Sweater

A Child's Journey Through Foster Care and Adoption
By Marcy Pusey

Speranza’s Sweater, written by Marcy Pusey and illustrated by Beatriz Mello, is a story about foster homes and adoption from the point of view of a girl named Speranza. Speranza is now grown up and has a child of her own who asks her about...

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Sloan the Sloth Loves Being Different

A Self-Acceptance Story
By Misty Black

“Ah, what adorable animals,” will be a child’s first reaction when opening the book Sloan the Sloth Loves Being Different. The cuddly, huggable forest creatures fill the pages with big eyes and colorful tones. Author Misty Black has created another wonderful story to add to...

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Solis

By Chrystal Eve Jackson

Chrystal Eve Jackson has an otherworldly friend named Solis. Solis is always there when she needs her and teaches her very important lessons along the way. Grabbing her trusty camera, Chrystal heads off with Solis as she learns important things to remember such as don’t...

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Sophie Washington: Class Retreat

By Tonya Duncan Ellis

A sixth-grade girl confronts some of her biggest fears in the exciting middle-grade novel, Sophie Washington: Class Retreat by Tonya Duncan Ellis. Three days before going on a camping trip with her classmates, Sophie Washington watched the television show Finding Bigfoot with her eight-year-old brother...

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Scottie on the Space Station

By Kaela C Green, Shannon E Green

Everyone is different. Some people walk on their own legs; others need the assistance of a wheelchair to get around. Some people speak with their mouths; others need the assistance of technology to communicate. Inside, we’re all the same: we just think and move about...

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Stop Breathe and Think

Temper Tantrum and feeling book for kids
By Nesrine Sleiman

Stop Breathe and Think: Temper Tantrum and Feeling Book for Kids is a children’s self-help picture book written by Nesrine Sleiman and illustrated by Aytan Khalafova. Lemar is a little girl who is sure she will someday become a famous artist. Drawing and painting are...

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Schneider the Spider and His Unusual Friends

By Czarina Tran-Bernett

Schneider the Spider sat looking at the beauty of the lake and the other spiders playing web-spit and catching flies. He really wished he had friends to play with him and he decided to approach a group of friendly spiders to ask if he could...

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Something Lost Something Found

By Natalia Paruzel-Gibson

Something Lost Something Found by Natalia Paruzel-Gibson tells us the story of Ella. Ella is missing someone in her life: her mother. She has good memories of doing things with her family, particularly her mother, so she begins a search to find happiness again....

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Shaina's World

My Family and Autism
By Sharice Rascoe

“Why can’t we just be like everyone else?” lamented Shaina. Thirteen-year-old eighth-grader Shaina has three brothers, and two of them, Darren and Terry, have autism. While Darren prefers to be alone and does not like to talk to people, Terry plays drums on pots and...

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Sweetie Pie Lilly

Swe'eat'ie Pie Lilly (Lil' Lilly series)
By Kathy Johnson

Lilly lived in Starlette Universe, a virtual world on earth that valued valor and self-worth. Lilly started eating sweets and it got worse and worse. Lilly hated doing anything wrong and Evil Eva wanted her gone. She also held a grudge against Lilly who once...

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