Lost Hallway

Where do lost things go?
By Peter G Reynolds

Lost Hallway: Where Do Lost Things Go? by Peter G Reynolds is an adorable, imaginative children’s picture book, cleverly designed to help children develop mindfulness when it comes to keeping track of their belongings. Forgetful Griffin is not too happy at all. Where in the...

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Little Cat Feels Left Out

By Dori Durbin

Little Cat needed just one good friend, and the Dog and the Little Cat were the very best of friends. Little Cat noticed the fun the Dog and Mr. Fuzzby were having without her and she felt the Dog wanted more than one friend. It...

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Look at Me!

By Niya Hicken

Niya Hicken's Look at Me! is a creative children's story about the power of the imagination and the importance of encouraging child exploration. Look at Me! also expresses the importance of fostering the belief that children can be anything they want to be. Look at...

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Lake Fun for You and Me

By Rinda Beach

Lake Fun For You and Me by Rinda Beach is an unconventional and innovative approach to a book as it is a part storybook that takes readers along with Zoe and her family on their lake vacation. The story unfolds on the right side and...

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Let's Talk!

A Story of Autism and Friendship
By Lisa Jacovsky

Sometimes the innocence of children is more accepting than that of their peers. When young Harper meets a girl at the pool who’s a little different, she takes it all in her stride. Harper doesn’t understand why Emma doesn’t talk; she doesn’t understand why Emma...

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Little Sphinx

No Time for the Sillies (1) Myth Me
By Rachelle Jones Smith

'Little Sphinx sat in front of the gate to the city of Thebes holding the keys. She had a question for each traveler that passed by and it was a riddle. The riddle was: 'What has one voice and four feet? He does not speak...

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Lazlo Learns Recorder

By Vicky Weber

Lazlo is the new student in his class. He’s nervous and shy, but Amina, who sits next to him, instantly makes him feel welcome. When they’ve finished math and reading, they are led to the music room. Lazlo is very excited about learning to play...

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Let's Make a Rainbow

A Yoga Story for Kids
By Susan Rose

Let's Make a Rainbow: A Yoga Story for Kids by Susan Rose is a beautiful book inside and out. It was raining outside and Lilly wanted to use her imagination to take her away, so she asked her brother to do some yoga to make...

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Little Medusa

No Stones Turned (Myth Me)
By Rachelle Jones Smith

Little Medusa desperately wants to play outside with the other children. The only problem is, like her namesake in Greek mythology, whenever people look into her eyes, they turn into stone. And, like the Greek mythological monster (though Little Medusa is only a child and...

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Lisa's Ugly Glasses

By Erica Richardson

Lisa is an eleven-year-old fifth grader who has been extremely shy for as long as she can remember. Even getting called on in class causes her to panic. Her friend Jackie is shy as well, and it was only thanks to their parents that the...

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