Maxwell the Raindrop

Am I Still Me?
By Joseph Moore

Maxwell the raindrop had fallen from a silver cloud and landed on a thirsty flower yesterday and in the morning he could feel the warmth of the sun pulling him back into the air. As he rose higher, he felt warmer and began wondering what...

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Maxwell, the Raindrop Who Wouldn't Fall

By Joseph Moore

The wind was blowing a large silver cloud across the sky just after sunrise. Many raindrops lived inside that cloud until the day they had grown big enough to be part of a storm. Young Maxwell the raindrop could hear the excitement of hundreds of...

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MaMa in the Holler

By Jaime McKoy

The girl in MaMa In The Holler by Jaime McKoy observes her MaMa waking up early at the crack of dawn as she snuggles deep under her quilt. MaMa asks her to wake up and help in the kitchen. As she scrambles from the bed,...

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Martin and the Tree Seed

By Laura Day

Texas was hot. Martin and his new friend Kevin were walking to the bus stop. Martin was still adjusting to the Texas heat and the constant moving by his family also made it difficult for him to make friends. His dad said this time they...

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Mimi's Strategy

What to do about the mean girls
By Linda Goudsmit

Hildy lived in the country with her Mama, Papa, and little sister, Francesca. Summer was over and it was time for Hildy to start kindergarten in the new school. Hildy knew only Sophie because they went to pre-school together and she hoped she would make...

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Meet Maya Cat

A story about acceptance
By Lauren Beader

Maya the cat does not look like other cats. She is different and she acts differently too. She needs a little bit of attention sometimes. She runs around like other cats and climbs on things. Maya likes to eat yummy treats and she likes to...

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My Alaskan Race Told by Huskie Dog

By Rich Linville

My Alaskan Race Told by Huskie Dog by Rich Linville is a dog’s perspective on the Iditarod Sled Race. Huskie Dog will take children along for the ride as mushers lead their teams of dogs along a route that has an important place in Alaskan...

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My Math Monster

By E M Olson

Let's meet Alexander Applebee's Math Monster in the storybook My Math Monster by E.M. Olsen. Alex was a good student and Ms. Emily was surprised to see him distracted one day. Alex's Math Monster was peering over the edge of his desk and he was...

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Mariko and the Magic Mirror

By Kristi Shimada

Mariko and the Magic Mirror by Kristi Shimada is a child’s fairytale story. Mariko’s mother is dying and, as her legacy, she gave Mariko a magic mirror. Saddened by her mother’s death, Mariko looks into the mirror and she sees a white owl. The owl...

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My Farts Don't Stink

By Carrie L Foshee

My Farts Don't Stink by Carrie L. Foshee is a picture book that is both educational and entertaining. Young children and early readers naturally find the topic of intestinal gas engaging. As they turn the pages and read the repetitive phrases (“I’m a …,” “My...

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