The Boy Who Knew How to Believe

By Ashley Scott

The Boy Who Knew How to Believe, written by Ashley Scott and illustrated by Joe Palmisano, is a children's picture book that follows a young boy named Nicky who is certain he will one day get the dog of his dreams. The book begins with...

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You Got This

A Tale of Courage
By Wanda Carter Roush

Life can be wonderful and inspiring, but it can also be frightening. How do we deal with things that frighten us? Like the fiery dragon in our fairy tale imaginings? Or the music concert where we have to stand on a stage in front of...

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My Big Welcome

A story about kindness
By Onaolapo Dagunduro

My Big Welcome: A Story About Kindness by Onaolapo Dagunduro is the story of a little girl who has to change schools in the middle of first grade. Emilia loves her school and doesn't want to move and leave her friends. She remembered a new...

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Pete Cluckington and the Others

By Melody Monroe

Pete Cluckington and the Others is a children's book written by Melody Monroe and illustrated by Ginger Triplett. Old Farmer Smith sold the Southbrook chicken farm and all the chickens were dispersed to other settlements. The Cluckingtons moved to Northbrook farm where they lived with...

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Rae's Rainy Day

By Julie Awerkamp, Holly Andreasen

Rae’s Rainy Day is aimed at younger readers and was penned by Julie Awerkamp and Holly Andreason. It also contains gorgeous illustrations by Jesi Yap. The story follows the Sun itself named Rae, who is usually a very happy sun that loves shining brightly on...

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Giraffe Has a Bug

By Robert DiDonato

A young giraffe was drinking water from a lake and a young bug was sleeping on a leaf. The little bug accidentally rolled off the leaf and landed in the left ear of the young giraffe. The young giraffe tried her best to get it...

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I Miss School

By Ryan Reaves

Author Ryan Reaves is described as a “rambunctious," “very special” six-year-old dancer who has been home from school all year because of the pandemic. Amid brilliant pictures of Ryan at school with her teacher and friends, she lists the things she has missed during her...

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A Meal That Appeals

By Paul Wills

Do you have difficulty deciding what to eat? Tired of the same food each and every day? When you’re told that dinner’s ready, you put away your toys, turn off the TV and wash your hands. When you sit at the table, you find the...

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Now I'm Really Mad

A Story about Controlling Anger
By J.J. Shegog

In Now I’m Really Mad: A Story about Controlling Anger, a picture book written by J.J. Shegog and illustrated by Muhammad Tahir, a little Black girl, Rita, has a problem controlling her temper. She is reprimanded by her parents for being mean to her younger...

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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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