Christmas Special

A Diary of Bedtime Stories
By Jill Vance

Have you ever shared a “when I was your age” story with your children? How about a collection of stories about a special Christmas when you learned the powerful gift of giving rather than receiving? Perhaps it’s a daily story to be shared at bedtime...

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Why is This Cat Crazy?

By Ms Lizy J Campbell

In Why Is This Cat Crazy? by Lizy J Campbell, we are introduced to a woman who sees an ad online about a kitten for sale. After much thought, she decides that she would love to have a pet and everyone around her agrees that...

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The Whole Dollar

By Lori Croy

Thanks to interactions between siblings, children develop characteristics such as empathy, companionship, and solidarity. It's possible to learn from our siblings and find solutions to our problems with their help. But the best part is having someone to share with. The Whole Dollar demonstrates this...

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Felix the Wannabe Firefly

By Jacqueline Marie Wallace

Felix the Wannabe Firefly by Jacqueline Marie Wallace is an educational picture book for young children. Felix the glowworm dreams of becoming a firefly. He tries and tries to make his dream come true but everything fails. One day, after another failed attempt to achieve...

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An Instrument for Florenda

By Tomeko Brown, Christopher Smallwood

An Instrument for Florenda by Tomeko Brown and Christopher Smallwood is about a young girl who wants to learn to play the clarinet after the school announces that they are introducing their first band after the summer vacation. The school hired a teacher who had...

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Yes, I See You

By Jodi Dee

Our experiences define us, but we should not cling to negative events because we could miss other more pleasant experiences. There are times when we feel sad and just want to be able to share our pain to overcome it. Some situations can be more...

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Mansa's Little Reminders

The Money Workbook for Kids Part 1
By A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham

It has been estimated that people of color spend over $800 billion annually, while our buying power will gradually increase to about $1 trillion. To continue the momentum in growing financial wealth and to help children establish healthy relationships with money, get a copy of...

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Naughty Nadine on Halloween

By Chrissy J. Morgan

In Naughty Nadine on Halloween by Chrissy J. Morgan, we are introduced to a mean-spirited girl who enjoys Halloween because she can be obnoxious to other children. She liked to terrorize trick or treaters, parents, and even animals all night long. In fact, she waits...

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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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Spencer the Squirrel Scurries to Share

By Leni Porfiri

Children need to learn how to share as sharing is one of the most important characteristics required in society today. So many have more than enough, while others struggle to survive. In Spencer the Squirrel Scurries to Share, Spencer learns the joy of giving and...

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