The Safe Return

The Safe Return: Kids Wear Masks for a Safe Return to Fun During COVID-19
By Ashley Wheelock and Arwen Evans

The Safe Return by Ashley Wheelock and Arwen Evans, illustrated by Abigail Gray Swartz, takes the reader on a fast-paced and exhilarating bike ride while capturing the happy and resilient nature of children. This children’s book can be read in two ways; with everyone in...

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The Bully Brigade

The Turn Over
By Tamala Floyd

The Bully Brigade: The Turn Over is a social issues novel for children, grades 4-6, written by Tamala Floyd. Petey, Diego, Ruthie, Pudge, Bustah, and Charlie are Misfit Elementary’s bully brigade. They have a thing about bullying and the misery bullies inflict upon their victims,...

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The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog

Hiding in the Forest
By Dr. Renea Skelton

The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog: Hiding in the Forest by Dr. Renea Skelton is a children’s illustrated book about friendship and fear. Henry the hedgehog and Olivia the otter, who are friends living in the woods, meet up with Brock the beaver. Brock is...

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The Haunting of Lavender Raine

By Jessica Renwick

The Haunting of Lavender Raine is a paranormal mystery novella for children and preteens written by Jessica Renwick. What happened to her grandmother’s locket, and why had she ever thought to wear it that day? The golden heart-shaped locket had been one of her grandmother’s...

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Three Bunny Sisters

By Raveena, Diya and Amisha Duggal

Meet Meghan, Sophia, and Sparkle, the three little bunnies in the story Three Bunny Sisters by Raveena, Diya, and Amisha Duggal. Paul, the delivery bunny for ' Bunnies Give Back,' rang the doorbell and Mommy Bunny gave him carrots. The Bunny sisters were curious to...

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The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog

The Watering Hole
By Dr. Renea Skelton

The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog: The Watering Hole is a social issues picture book for children written by Dr. Renea Skelton and illustrated by Kylie Box. Henry loved spending his days at the watering hole. As he was walking there, Henry heard a whimpering...

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The Princess with Invisible Hair

By Yulien Jimenez

The Princess with Invisible Hair (La princessa de cabello invisible) is a bilingual (Spanish - English) children’s picture book written by Yulien Jiménez and illustrated by Danh Tran Art. Mila is a young child who lives in a fantasy world of castles and silk....

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The Noisy Classroom

By Angela Shanté

A noisy classroom means a busy classroom and Ms. Johnson’s class is certainly busy. A little girl is horrified at the thought of moving up to the ‘noisy’ classroom in the fall. Even Ms. Johnson is noisy. And she sings, too. The little girl threatens...

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Throw It "Away"

By Daniela Macaya

Have you ever considered the life cycle of a single plastic bag? When you go shopping with your parents, the clerk stuffs your purchases in a plastic bag. Once home, you unloaded the purchases and throw away the plastic bag. Where does it go? To...

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The Day Please Slept In

By Leah Pugh

Please is a rather overlooked word. Even adults easily forget to use the word, Please. Gimmie is the real favorite amongst children. Gimmie is a bit of a bully, pushing Please into the background and making Please feel unimportant and insignificant. Robbie’s a little boy...

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