Boo

By Jeanna Ganas

Boo the hamster lives in a cage on a shelf in a classroom full of children. He loves the attention he receives and he loves watching the children in all their activities. He feels safe and loved in his little home. One day, the teacher...

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Dani

New Beginnings
By K. Lamb

What does it take to be a good detective? Four-year-old Dani knows. First you need a mystery. Then you need to have an inquisitive mind and know the right questions to ask. When Dani finds something unusual in the shrubs at the back of her...

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When You Feel Better

A Get Well Soon Book
By Misty Black

When You Feel Better: A Get Well Soon Gift Book is a beautiful little picture book by Misty Black. It’s designed to be given as a gift to someone sick and is filled with comforting images of serene skies, happy friendships, and promises of fun...

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Bird Kid

By Carl Owens

Bird Kid by Carl Owens is a graphic novel that explores the issues of bullying against young kids at school. Phil “Pill” Anderson has just moved to a new town from Albuquerque and is faced with the daunting prospect of a new school, new friends,...

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Seacity Rising

A Tale of Unwatery Adventures
By Maryam Ansari

Seacity was an average-sized pond in an average-sized grove. A scroll that said something bad was going to happen made Babak the frog wonder if Seacity was in danger. The Seacitians were a deeply religious society so Babak went and broke the news to the...

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The Flying Tree

Teaching Children the Importance of Home
By Ingo Blum

The Flying Tree: Teaching Children the Importance of Home is a children’s picture book written by Ingo Blum and illustrated by Anna Zeezat. The life of a bird seemed to be so much better than living on the same old hill day after day. The...

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Why Horses Don’t Drink Tea on Thursdays

By Ul Makise

It is Thursday morning and Horse (who is, amazingly, a horse) is on a journey. He’s looking for water to make his tea, so he sets out in his boat on the river (which, of course, is full of water) to find some water for...

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The Very Friendly Poodle, Patsy

By Alaina G. Oommen

Patsy is a very friendly little poodle. But there are some bigger dogs who like to bully her at the pet shop. So, when Rebecca comes in to adopt a pet, Patsy gives it her best shot to be as adorable as possible so that...

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A Tractor Named Wilbur

Friendship Lasts Forever
By Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

Jim McNab was proud that Wilbur stayed with him all his life. They met five years ago and they have been together since then. Wilbur was happy that Jim took good care of him and his red paint looked as shiny as the first day...

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The Portal House

By Kelsey Ruud

Twelve-year-old Lizzie wasn’t too happy about having to move. She had the best life and best friends. But when her parents pulled up in front of the new house, far from her old home, Lizzie was enchanted. Not to mention that there was a mysterious,...

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