A Trail of Honesty

By J.A. Angelo

It was summer vacation and the Angelino family decided to take a vacation with some family and friends. They went to the campground at the local state park and they played backyard games like badminton, horseshoes, and hide-and-go-seek. The Angelinos had a lot of fun...

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Short Or Tall Doesn't Matter At All

Bullying turns to Friendship when treated with Kindness (Childrens book
By Asaf Rozanes

Short Or Tall Doesn’t Matter At All by Asaf Rozanes is a story about a little girl named Mia who is shorter than the kids in her class. Mia’s classmates pick on her about her height, excluding her from playing games with them. Mia is...

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Part Of The Rainbow

An Inspiring Tale About Diversity, Acceptance and Love (Children's book Ages 3-8)
By Asaf Rozanes

Part of the Rainbow: An Inspiring Tale About Diversity, Acceptance and Love by Asaf Rozanes is the delightful story of Mia, who has green hair, and who lives with her dad, who also has green hair and green clothes. Their wonderful world is green, and...

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How Do I Take Care of Me? 2nd Edition

A book about Type 1 diabetes (Learning to Live with Diabetes for Children)
By Mr Yerachmiel B Altman

How Do I Take Care of Me? by Yerachmiel Altman is an informative book that tells young readers about Type 1 diabetes and how to take care when you have Type 1 diabetes. The story is told from the point of view of two dolls,...

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Tomorrow Is Near But Today Is Here

Anxiety, ADHD and Anger Managed through Mindfulness (Childrens book; Ages 3-8)
By Asaf Rozanes

Tomorrow Is Near But Today Is Here is a wonderful story with subtle advice hidden in the lines. Author Asaf Rozanes uses rhyming verse to point out all the things Mia is missing by worrying too much. Her dad tries to provide alternatives for her...

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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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The Holiday Boys Present

Big Brother's Little Problem
By Onicka J. Daniel

The Holiday Brothers Present: Big Brother’s Little Problem, written by Onicka J. Daniel and illustrated by Jess Araujo, tells the story of a young boy who feels annoyed and pestered by his little brother. The little brother likes to follow his older brother around like...

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Aaliyah P. Watches the Big Game!

By Lucinda Weeks

Billy wanted to play basketball but he rarely got the opportunity to play. The Championship game was fast approaching and he watched how his friends Little Bo, Eli, and Harold practiced. He always sat on the bleachers and dreamed of making baskets. Billy also...

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