Kamryn's Royal Blended Family

By Cassandra Britt/ Kammie Elston

Ten-year-old Kamryn lives with his mom, step dad, his two little brothers, and his step sister. Kamryn is a little upset. Both his parents have remarried and he loves both his step mom and step dad. He officially has two moms and two dads and...

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Sea Otter Cove

Introducing relaxation breathing to lower anxiety, decrease stress and control anger while promoting peaceful sleep
By Lori Lite

A sea child sat on a large rock in the middle of a shallow cove. She loved sitting there and relaxing. Many sea otters came there to eat, play, and rest, and that place was called Sea Otter Cove. They also knew it was a...

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The Bully Brigade

There's Something About Cokey Michael's (Book 2)
By T.T. Floyd

In The Bully Brigade by T.T. Floyd, as Cokey Michaels' mother arrives at Misfit Elementary, she hopes that this will finally be the school that can help her son thrive and make friends. Cokey has problems socializing, his fingers twitch and the smallest of things...

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Robert Sengstacke Abbott

A Man, a Paper, and a Parade
By Susan Engle

The written word is a powerful tool. Used carefully and effectively, it can change the way the world looks at specific issues. Robert Sengstacke Abbott was well aware of the power of the written word, having helped his step-father produce a community paper in Georgia....

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Isaac the Elephant

Grandma's Angels
By Cheryl Sperry Golke

Isaac the Elephant: Grandma's Angels is a children’s social issues picture book written by Cheryl Sperry Golke and illustrated by Nifty Illustration. If a parade was in town, you could be sure that Isaac the elephant was as far away from all the noise and...

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Fitting Out

The Friendship Experiment
By Sarah Giles

Fitting Out: The Friendship Experiment by Sarah Giles is an entertaining book for children on how to make friends. Meet Max McConk who will share his friendship experiment with young readers. Max goes from a solo act to someone who is able to find friends...

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Flabby Abby Beach Ball

A Story About Being Yourself
By George Neeb

Flabby Abby Beach Ball: A Story About Being Yourself is a children’s social issues picture book written and illustrated by George Neeb. Abby loved being a superhero, and seeing her dashing around the neighborhood dressed up in her superhero costume and tights was a fairly...

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I Smile For Grandpa

A loving story about dementia disease for young children.
By Jaclyn Guenette, Kathryn Harrison

I Smile For Grandpa is a loving story about dementia disease for young children by Jaclyn Guenette and Kathryn Harrison. It's a beautiful story about the relationship between a grandfather and a grandchild whom the Grandpa called 'Little Buddy'. Little Buddy liked spending time with...

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Devin & Evan Play Fortnite 'Til 11

Teaching Children the Importance of Sleep
By Dr. Whitney Roban

Meet Devin and Evan, the twin brothers in the story Devin & Evan: Play Fortnite 'Til 11 by Whitney Raban, Ph.D. They shared a love of so many things and this did not end with gaming. They were both healthy boys who followed the sleep...

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Little Moss, Big Tree

By M. Yap-Stewart

Little Moss, Big Tree is a wonderful story about life cycles and growing. Even though the oak tree grows bigger than his friend Little Moss, they manage to stay in touch. One has a view of the ground and the forest around them. The other...

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