Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them?

An Interactive book for children and adults
By Rich Linville

Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them? An Interactive book for children and adults by Rich Linville is aimed at communication between children and adults, with questions and answers. As the book opens, the first question asked is exactly what is...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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When Eva Hollers

By Brinkley Burks Pound

When Eva Hollers is written by Brinkley Burks Pound and illustrated by Paula Ingram Kiszla and B. Matthew Kiszla. Eva sometimes gets upset and hollers for different reasons. When Eva hollers, her family finds different things to do that will settle Eva down. Eva might...

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What it Means to be a Big Sister

By Lindsey Coker Luckey

What it Means to be a Big Sister by Lindsey Coker Luckey is a beautifully illustrated children’s story told in rhyme. The older sister is sharing all the things she hopes to do as she fulfills her very important role as the older sibling -...

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What I Tell Myself FIRST

Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem
By Michael A Brown

What I Tell Myself FIRST: Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem is a social issues picture book for children, grades k-3, written by Michael A. Brown and illustrated by Zoe Ranucci. Who am I? A simple question, but the answer can provide a child with...

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What's the Worst that Could Happen?

By Yewande Daniel-Ayoade

What’s the Worst that Could Happen? is a work of children’s fiction in the form of a picture book, which was penned by author Yewande Daniel-Ayoade with illustrations by artist Renate Logina. Aimed at children aged four to eight, this delightful book can be read...

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Who Will? Will You?

By Sarah Hoppe, illustrated by Milanka Reardon

Lottie loves to wander on the beach with her puppy, picking up shells and, often enough, cleaning up the trash. One day, she discovers an abandoned pup in one of the trash piles. She tells her puppy that they must try to find a home...

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Woulda Been

By Penny Ledbetter

Woulda Been by Penny Ledbetter is an illustrated children’s book dealing with social issues. Hardworking, the patriarch of his tight-knit family, everyone misses him when Paw passes away. But Jess misses him the most. Every time he sees Paw’s boots, he thinks about him. Jess...

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What it Means to be a Big Brother

By Lindsey Coker Luckey

Older siblings have a grave responsibility, but it can also be a lot of fun. Being a big brother to a younger boy can mean doing so many things together and the big brother gets to be the leader, the teacher, the instigator of trouble,...

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When Kids Switch Houses

(When Kids Series) (Volume 1)
By Lauren Gould

There are lots of children in today’s world who spend half their lives at one home and the other half at another. Whether their parents have separated, divorced, or were never married, having two homes can be confusing for a young child. But, when both...

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