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Pirate Bear

By Sonya Annita Song

Pirate Bear is a work of children’s adventure fiction written in verse, penned by author Sonya Annita Song with illustrations by Javier Gimenez Ratti. Written as a picture book with a strong moral lesson, the story follows the central character Pirate Bear as he begins...

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City of More

By Sonya Annita Song

What happens when you are a Bigwig that wants more and more? What happens when enough is never enough? And what can you learn from those who have less or even from those who have nothing? These questions and more are answered in a creative...

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I Want an Ostrich

By Sonya Annita Song

So, what do you think I want after reading I Want an Ostrich by Sonya Annita Song? Yep, an ostrich. The main character shares the reasons why he should have an ostrich. Of course, he could ride the ostrich to school instead of taking the...

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My Teacher Dad

By Sonya Annita Song

My Teacher Dad is a children’s picture book written by Sonya Annita Song and illustrated by Kate Fallahee. What’s a kid to do when his teacher, who also happens to be his dad, doesn’t want to wake up and get ready for school? The hero...

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A Little Nutty

By Sonya Annita Song

Sonya Annita Song’s A Little Nutty is a children’s picture book about a character named Peanut Butter who seems to live a pretty eventful life, getting himself into rather sticky situations, but never claiming to be the troublemaker himself. The narrative is told in enchanting...

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Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You're Asleep?

By Sonya Annita Song

In this children's picture book titled, Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You’re Asleep?, author Sonya Annita Song demonstrates how parents can have fun too. Parents can still be child-like, in other words. At least that is how the illustrator Kate Fallahee shows...

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