Why Can't We Be Friends?

By Charles White and Logan White

Why Can’t We Be Friends? by Charles White and Logan White is a delightful little tale of a cat and dog. As mortal enemies, the dog chases the cat, and the cat runs away. But what if one of them stopped to ask why? One...

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Whoooo Knows and Other Backyard Tales

By Patrick Holliday

Mother Nature has lots of wonders to share with us, if we only take the time to listen, to observe, to care. Animals interact with one another in unique ways, and their actions haven’t changed over time. The birds, the fish, and the furry animals...

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Why We Wear a Mask

How a squirrel family is helping to stop the spread of Covid-19 (Margot the Groundhog and her North American Squirrel Family)
By Lieve Snellings

Why We Wear A Mask: How a squirrel family is helping to stop the spread of Covid-19 by Lieve Snellings is a delightful book for kids explaining why we should wear a mask during the Covid-19 pandemic. This story feels like it is just...

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Weird & Wacky Creatures

Strange, Weird Animals That Share Our World! (The Weird & Wacky Planet Series) (Volume 1)
By K.B. Carr

Weird & Wacky Creatures: Strange, Weird Animals That Share Our World!: The Weird & Wacky Planet Series: Volume 1 is a non-fiction, educational picture book for children written by K.B. Carr and illustrated by Kelsey Leigh. In this information-packed book, Carr introduces eight “weird and...

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Wilbur Wolf

A fun read-aloud illustrated tongue twisting tale brought to you by the letter "W"
By Sally Lee Baker

Wilbur Wolf, written and illustrated by Sally Lee Baker, is an adorable tale full of words that begin with the letter W. Wyatt, the leader of the wolf pack, notices that Wilbur is constantly worrying about every little thing. The sound of a bee buzzing...

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Wiggle Your Hips Wildebeest

By Joan Sloane

Joan Sloane’s Wiggle your Hips Wildebeest is a short story about two wildebeests named Waldo and Wilma. It is finally the end of the dry season. Waldo and Wilma thought it would be the perfect time to throw a party and celebrate it with their...

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Wild Home

A baby squirrel's story of kindness and love
By DeAnna Prunes

A baby squirrel was playing around in the nest when she fell to the ground. She was very scared because everything looked unfamiliar. She waited for her mom to find her as slowly it became dusk. The baby squirrel fussed and fretted but she was...

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What Cats Do

By Wanda Kay Knight

What Cats Do is a children's picture book written in rhyme by Wanda Kay Knight and illustrated by Anthony Angelotta. Each page of What Cats Do discusses the different behavioral aspects of cats and the reasons for each of these behaviors. Whether it is eating,...

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Where is Bejou

By Hiba Shublak

Hiba Shublak’s Where is Bejou? is a children’s picture book that has a sweet-natured narrative throughout. It focuses on a little girl who is searching for her beloved dog Bejou and comes across a variety of other creature characters that point her in the direction...

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Why Does Grandma Love Birds?

By Morgan Goudy

It may seem like such a simple thing to do, but it has so many positive benefits. I’m talking, of course, about bird watching. Mary loves to visit her Grandma, especially during the summer when she can stay overnight. Whatever they do, it’s always accompanied...

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