I Don't Want to Be Fancy

By Alice Watkins

I Don’t Want to Be Fancy is a delightfully expressive story about the struggle against being forced to conform to social expectations. The narrator shares how she dislikes everything about being “fancy,” from uncomfortable dresses and accessories to delicate nails and hairstyles. However, her hatred...

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It's OK to Lose!

A Colourful Picture Book about Accepting Losing in Games and Being a Good Sport for Young Children (Behavior Science Children's Books)
By Stephanie Chan

It's OK to Lose! is a wonderful educational story for children by Stephanie Chan on how to deal with losing in the everyday activities of life. The first thing I noticed and liked is the opening page. On this page, children can fill in the...

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I Want a Nickname

By Tradara McLaurine

Is your name difficult to pronounce and does the spelling of your name indicate what it should sound like? If your name was Shadaia, how would you want everyone to pronounce it, and is it worth the effort to continually correct people in their pronunciations?...

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I Like Pink!

A Story About Self-Acceptance
By Selina Hernandez

I Like Pink! by Selina Hernandez is a wonderful book about two new friends who like many of the same things but also have their differences. As Kai and Mila get to know each other, they talk about things they like, dislike, and enjoy doing....

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In My Home We Believe

By Odessa Stevens

In My Home We Believe by Odessa Stevens is a children's picture book that teaches about improving the world we live in. Children will learn a lot of important subjects by reading this incredibly informative book. There are seven topics that the author has included,...

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In The Mirror

By Fabian Ferguson

In The Mirror by Fabian Ferguson is an impactful and educative children’s coming-of-age book that encourages imagination and a positive self-image. Two children marvel at what they see when they look into the mirror. They notice their beauty and the shine on their brows when...

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I Can Sleep When The Wind Blows

By Heather Davis

I Can Sleep When The Wind Blows by Heather Davis is a fun story about Jim, a farmhand whose ways of communicating are unorthodox, to say the least. A farmer is looking for help on his land, but this 17-year-old is the only applicant. So...

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Invisible Victim

By Coleen Liebsch

There is so much one can do on the computer, from surfing the net to chatting with friends you’ve never met, and so much more. It’s scary, really. And then there’s the growing unease around cyberbullying. Bullies have existed since the beginning of time, but...

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I'm Just Me!!

By Kody Christiansen

A little boy knows how to entertain himself while his mother’s busy at work as a nurse or too tired after her shift to do much of anything. This little boy likes to read, draw, talk to his grandmother, tease the cat, and play with...

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I Want to Go!

By Denise Montgomery

I Want to Go! is an historical fiction novel for children and preteens written by Denise Montgomery. October, 1965 meant something very special to Rene Thompson. She would be ten years old and finally old enough to be allowed to go to the State Fair....

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