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Eddie Motion and the Tangible Magik

By Suzanne de Malplaquet

Eddie Motion and Tangible Magik by Suzanne de Malplaquet is a fantastical adventure that will give readers an insight about the magic and possibilities that exist within all of us. Eddie Motion was different; he was not like the rest of the boys. His dad...

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Ella

Who Am I?
By La'Shaun Garcia

Five-year-old Ella is confused about who she is. She doesn’t think she looks very much like her mother, who is African American, or her father, who is Mexican American. On her first day of kindergarten, she tells her new teacher, Mrs. Chang, that she thinks...

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Emma's Book of Courage

By Emma Lindberg

Six-year-old Emma Lindberg gives several examples of how children can be courageous by trying new things in Emma’s Book of Courage. Author Emma Lindberg encourages young readers to try new foods, new activities, and new adventures. It’s okay to be afraid, but if you take...

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Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals

Lessons from Fiori Book 1
By Peggy M McAloon and Anneka Rogers

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals: Lessons from Fiori Book 1 by Peggy M McAloon and Anneka Rogers is an enchanting and fantastical story of Elle, a ten-year-old girl who has this rare gift to see fairy-like Fiorins. Elle’s father is in Afghanistan and she...

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Ed

A Matter-of-Fact, Funny Frog Book
By Monique Piscaer Bailey

Ed: A Matter-of-Fact, Funny Frog Book by Monique Piscaer Bailey is the story of Ed, the frog. Ed lays her eggs inside a bog and the tadpoles hatch, one by one. They swim and grow and have fun. Then one day their legs pop out...

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Eggshells in My Omelette

By Anson Berberich

Foodie people are particular about their food. This is why cooking shows are so popular on TV today. People are beginning to experience a love affair with food by what, how, and the way that they are eating it. In this hilariously illustrated children's book,...

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Elephant Wind

By Heather L Beal

What does a tornado look like? How does it sound? What causes a tornado? What should you do if you're in the midst of a tornado? Elephant Wind (Mom's Choice Award Winner) by Heather L Beal is an illustrated children's book that has all of...

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Esmeralda Grunch and the Red Tulip

By Debbie Manber Kupfer

Esmeralda Grunch is a very enthusiastic and energetic flower sprite, a fairy. Her best friend is Tulip, the only red tulip in a field of yellow tulips. Esmeralda lived inside Tulip. Well, perhaps it would be more precise to say that she slept inside Tulip,...

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Emilia's Treasure

How a Mermaid makes Friends
By Anca Niculae

Emilia’s Treasure: How a Mermaid makes Friends is a children’s adventure tale written by Anca Niculae and illustrated by Maria Falie. When a young mermaid, Emilia, decides to seek out friends who she can collect pearls with, she is met with scorn or fear, as...

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Elves Up North

By L. L. Walters

Elves Up North is an interactive, holiday-themed fantasy story book for children written by L.L. Walters. The author has designed this book so that parents and caregivers can read it as a whole or by chapter. Interspersed throughout the story are opportunities for children to...