Country Summers with Nanna

By Quisetter White

Grandmothers are special people. Whether you call them Grandmother, Grandma, Granny, or Nanna, they’re still pretty special. With school out for the summer, what better place to visit than Nanna’s home. A young girl enjoys so many special moments with her Nanna, how lovely she...

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Can I Keep Her?

2nd book in the Kingdom of Mir series
By Lois Wickstrom

The Wise Old Woman advises Wynnie to get rid of the mysterious egg she finds on the castle wall – before it’s too late. But Wynnie wants to keep the egg and the baby dragon the Wise Old Woman tells her grows inside. It’s too...

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Courage In the Face of Bullying

Timothy's Lessons In Good Values
By Christopher Gordon

Timothy is staying with his grandparents for the summer and attending a summer day camp. The first morning he heads out but is greeted by two boys, Josh and Zack, who demand his lunch money. When Timothy resists, they push him to the ground. The...

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Choosing Sides

By Karen Meyer

Growing up is hard to do. Sometimes you have to make difficult decisions, like choosing sides. Gilbert is feeling pressured by his father to stay on the family farm in Ohio and work alongside him. It’s the way things are done in the late nineteenth...

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Crystal the Chameleon

By Rachelle Jones Smith

Crystal The Chameleon is written by Rachelle Jones Smith and illustrated by Chrish Vindhy. Crystal is an energetic little chameleon that loves to have as much fun as she can possibly squeeze into a single day. She dances and swings, taps her toes, changes color,...

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Carl The Cantankerous Cat

A Teaching Tool Disguised as a Picture Book
By Donna Paul

Carl hasn't adjusted well to his new home in the city; he is stubborn, disruptive, and cantankerous. His owner wants to guide him towards becoming a positive member of the household as well as society. Carl's owner had dealt with many difficult children working as...

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Chocolate Mixer

By Jason Armstrong

The little girl's daddy is chocolate and her mommy is vanilla. She has her daddy's mouth and nose, and mommy's eyes and toes. The little girl is a mixture of both her daddy and mommy. Her brother is also a chocolate mixer and they both...

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Closer To The Sun

By Goddess Nefertari

Closer to the Sun by Goddess Nefertari is an uplifting and inspiring story that will take readers closer to the sun. The girl in the story is grateful to be alive and well and breathe fresh air, and she plans to use her power of...

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Cocoa, Tea & Honey

By Kimberly Davis-Peters

Cocoa, Tea and Honey by Kimberly Davis-Peters is a charming story that celebrates different types of brown complexions and speaks about how every kind of brown is different, unique, and beautiful. Though their shades are different, they all liked playing with each other. Some of...

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Can a Spider Be Fluffy?

An Early Science Story
By Audrey Sauble

Can a Spider Be Fluffy? An Early Science Story written and illustrated by Audrey Sauble features 15 spiders plus an eight-legged look-a-like that can be mistaken for a spider. The illustrations are much bigger than real life, so it’s easy to see the fine details....