Celia the Cow

Another Tale with Doug and Gina from the Little Brown House on the Hill
By Lynn Domenick McKenzie

Celia the Cow by Lynn Domenick McKenzie is Another Tale with Doug and Gina from the Little Brown House on the Hill, the second book in the series. Doug and Gina are off outside to play and while they are having adventures in their yard...

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Código 7

Bilingual Spanish - English Chapter Book for Kids, ESL/ELL, and Spanish Language Learners
By Bryan R. Johnson

Bryan R. Johnson's Código 7: Bilingual Spanish - English Chapter Book for Kids, ESL/ELL, and Spanish Language Learners is a collection of interrelated stories about a group of fifth-grade friends attending Flint Hill Elementary School. Jefferson’s story is the first in the series. He’s always...

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Charlie & the Vine Street Gang

Meet Charlie (Mom's Choice Award Recipient)
By Julia Black

There is nothing that provides more unconditional love and support than a pet, especially if that pet is a dog. Charlie arrived in Vine Street one summer day, starving, lonely, abandoned and looking for love and attention. He found what he was looking for in...

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Corky Tails Tales of a Tailless Dog Named Sagebrush

Sagebrush Meets the Shuns
By Joni Franks

Sagebrush lived with her parents Maverick and Ginger and they were house dogs of the young Miss, who was kind. The young Miss owned the ranch which had cows, horses, and ranch dogs. It was a beautiful ranch. Sagebrush was up that morning and she...

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Corrie Cocker Spaniel

By Teresa Smith

Living in the countryside, I frequently witness abandoned pets, mostly cats, but some dogs. They wander around looking for a place to belong, to feel safe and to be loved. It’s heartbreaking. Teresa Whitaker Smith’s short story, Corrie Cocker Spaniel, really touched my heart to...

Coral Reef Animals

Book 1: Invertebrates
By Eve Heidi Bine-Stock

Welcome to the enchanting world that exists underwater and in Coral Reef Animals: Book One Invertebrates – A Guide In Rhyme by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock children learn about the mysterious world of coral reef invertebrates. Many creatures that live in the ocean are introduced in...

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Coloring Book Christmas

Coloring and counting for kids ages 3-7
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Christmas is a magical time of year. There are lots of symbols around us that help us enjoy the festivities: snowmen, bells, candy canes, gingerbread men, stars, Christmas trees, Santa Claus, reindeer, and so much more. For young people, Christmas is more than just a...

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Connections to True Self

Short Stories for Girls
By Sofia Michelle

Connections to True Self: Short Stories for Girls by Sofia Michelle is a collection of thought-provoking short stories. Nine different girls, each one who felt they were alone in some way, that nobody understood them. A swimming champion who suffers an injury, a little girl...

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Cimmy & Baird

The Magic Arises
By Susan Turner

Cimmy loved his human and he knew they were meant to be together in the storybook Cimmy and Baird: The Magic Arises by Susan Turner. Cimmy was a beautiful cat, with reddish coloring and white markings. He lived with his human friend Jacob at the...

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Children's Money Savvy Questions

By Roy Hollinshead

Financial literacy should begin as young as age 5. As your child continues to grow well into their pre-teen years, they should have a better handle on and understanding of money management. Roy Hollinshead’s Children's Money Savvy Questions offers young readers over forty various types...

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