Children - Concept

Billy Bear Cub

The Well Mannered Cub
By Chad Leisse

Billy the small bear cub was being taught how to be well mannered. His mom discussed this with him and helped him to better understand what being well mannered is versus behaving in an awful way. She explained to him that being well mannered could...

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Buckets, Dippers, and Lids

Secrets to Your Happiness
By Carol McCloud

Author Carol McCloud in Buckets, Dippers, and Lids: Secrets to Your Happiness explains how each individual has three secrets to their happiness. She stresses that it is involved with a Bucket, Dipper and Lid. A bucket is used to contain one’s happiness. People give into...

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Bottom Burps

By Dave Cudd

Bottom Burps is a children’s picture book written by Dave Cudd and illustrated by Brendan Mauer. As a young boy ponders his loud and odorous bodily functions, he comes to realize that flatulence is a natural occurrence as long as he excuses himself afterwards. But...

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Bugs in the Yard

By Stacy McKell Allgeier

Bugs in the Yard is a children’s picture book written by Stacy Allgeier and illustrated by Savannah Horton. As the sun drops over the horizon, the children become excited, eager to see the wondrous sight that will greet them outside. As soon as darkness falls,...

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Brandon's Pocket Guide to Surviving Without Technology

Brandon's Books
By Luke Mathius Harlow

It has been said that technology makes life better for all of us. But does it really? The irony is that people feel lost, especially children, if they are not hardwired and attached to their technological devices from dinnertime to walking across the street. But...

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Bummer

Our Pet Bighorn Sheep
By Jylene Morgan

Bummer: Our Pet Bighorn Sheep by Jylene Morgan is an adorable non-fiction children’s book told from the point of view of the author’s daughter. The family, comprised of Mom (a teacher), Dad (a biologist with the Idaho Fish and Game Department), and four children (including...

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Boudin's First Christmas (Boudin's Grand Adventures)

By Leah Morris

Boudin's First Christmas (Boudin's Grand Adventures) by Leah Morris is a very quick read that will delight the hearts of young readers, especially those who love animals. I read it with my seven-year-old son in one sitting, studying the illustrations and enjoying the cute verses,...

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Bump and the Family Tree

By T. D. Ashcraft

Bump and the Family Tree by T.D. Ashcraft is intriguingly clever. It is a picture book likely to appeal to children who are invariably attracted by lots of colour. There is also a great deal going on in most of the illustrations, which would keep...

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Benjamin the Brave

A Story About Anxiety
By Ameshia Arthur

Benjamin the Brave: A Story About Anxiety is a children’s picture book, written and illustrated by Ameshia Arthur. Benjamin is a 7-year-old boy like so many others in that he is intelligent, confident and has many fun hobbies. Sometimes, however, Benjamin gets scared and cannot...

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Be Happy To Be You!

By Diane Hull

Be Happy To Be You! is an animal picture book for children written by Diane Hull and illustrated by Jan Dolby. Baby Bird looked at the fish swimming in the river, and he knew he wanted to swim. When he told his mom, she reminded...

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