Mighty Mahi

By Suzanne Jacobs Lipshaw

What do plastic bottles, fishing lines, fishing nets, and other non-biodegradable items have in common? They destroy the environment and endanger wildlife. Suzanne Jacobs Lipshaw shares this danger in Mighty Mahi. One day a person was walking along the beach in Florida and spied a...

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Beasley Helps

By Rosie Russell

In Beasley Helps by Rosie Russell, Beasley’s a little disturbed to find his favorite trees being cut down. He’s the resident, happy-go-lucky dog who takes care of everyone and everything at the farm in Shady Brook Lane. When he learns the reason for the trees’...

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The Corvid and the Calico

By Raven J. Demers

The Corvid and the Calico is a work of fiction in the fantasy, animals, and adventure subgenres. It is intended for young independent readers and was penned by author Raven J. Demers with illustrations provided by artist Luis Silva. In this charming tale, we meet...

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Rex the . . . We-Don’t-Know

By Heather Macht, Chase Jensen

Everyone likes pets. Most people have had a pet at some point. Most people also know what their pet is. It is usually a dog, cat, lizard, fish, or the like. In Heather Macht’s book, Rex the…We-Don’t-Know, Dad, Mom, Raven, and Max fall in love...

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My Sloth and the Very Contagious Case of the Yawns

By Hailee Oman, Gusty Awan

Kids and bedtime can be a challenge! Hailee Oman's new book My Sloth and the Very Contagious Case of the Yawns is a fun way to encourage kids to snuggle into bed and go to sleep. A young girl's sloth has suddenly contracted a case...

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No Dog in my Yard

By Tricia DellAnno

No Dog in My Yard, written by Tricia DellAnno and illustrated Jim Pearson, is a children's picture book about a child whose greatest desire is to have a dog. The book begins with a young boy taking stock of his neighborhood and the number of...

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The Little Panda and His Blue Feet

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By Mr Paul Boschen, Rudson Nick

Children learn about racial differences and prejudice from an early age and should learn to deal with them, which is why it’s important to teach children so that they can be objective about the issue. The Little Panda and His Blue Feet: With QR Code...

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Becoming Lucky

The story of a dog that looks very different to the world, and that looks at the world very differently.
By Robert Manley

We’re all different. It doesn’t matter how we look on the outside, or if we can run the fastest, or see and hear the best; it’s what’s inside that counts. Lucky knows. Born with sight in only one eye, one floppy ear with the other...

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Where Are My COLORS?

A colorful story about shining bright in your own skin
By Rebecca Porter

When Lionel was born, he discovered he wasn't like the other butterflies. What does this mean? Why did this happen? In a beautifully illustrated children's picture book, Where Are My COLORS? A Colorful Story About Shining Bright in Your Own Skin by Rebecca Porter, you're...

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Slow Moe

Goes to School
By Rebecca Rae Williams

The first day of school is important in the life of every child and is the moment when they will first experience autonomy and begin the development of their social skills. From the outset, each child must feel safe to interact inside and outside the...

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