Martin Luther King Junior

An Interactive Story of His Life
By Rich Linville

Martin Luther King Junior was born Michael King Junior on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. His parents were African-American and his great-grandfather was Irish. He enjoyed listening to music and he sang in the church choir. He was six and he was excited about...

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My Big Sister, My Guardian Angel

By Peggy-Lynn Kirch, Tammi Croteau Keen

My Big Sister, My Guardian Angel by authors Peggy-Lynn Kirch with Tammi Croteau Keen is an inspirational children’s picture book about two young brothers, Preston and Caleb, and their guardian angel sister Isabella. The narrative is easy to understand and follow. The importance of the...

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Mimi's Strategy

What to do when you want to pick up the baby
By Linda Goudsmit

Hildy lived with her parents and sister, Francesca, in the country. Hildy's Mama had a little sister whom they had nicknamed Tati. She lived in the city with her husband Bennett and their baby Ollie. Hildy called her Uncle Bennet Be Bop. It was her...

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Mama's Map

Jellibean Adventures
By Cindi Lynn Goodeaux

It was morning and time for Princess Jellibean to continue her adventures. After bathing, having breakfast, and brushing her teeth, Jellibean packed everything and continued along her way. She had a bluebird singing a happy song for company. As they traveled together his tunes turned...

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Making Emmie Smile

By Ellen Weisberg, Ken Yoffe

In Making Emmie Smile by Ellen Weisberg and Ken Yoffe, the book begins by explaining that when Emmie was little, she would not smile. Relatives would gather pretty flowers and make silly faces at her, but nothing worked. Yet, again, as she grew older, she...

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My Big Red Monster

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By Lois Wickstrom

The Big Red Monster, written by Lois Wickstrom and cleverly illustrated by Nicolás Milano, is a contemporary version of a Hindu Teaching Tale – stories written to instruct Hindus in their beliefs or make a moral point. This yarn is told in the first person,...

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Mama Said

By Shonelle Boucher

Mother wit, words of wisdom and old sayings are the various ways of passing on lessons learned from one generation to the next. In Mama Said by Shonelle Boucher, the young reader will be taken on a journey through a series of stories that will...

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Muddysocks Finds Her Feet

A beautiful story of friendship, kindness and adventure
By Deirdre Cichosz

Muddysocks was an odd little sock who found it difficult to make new friends. She thought the reason was that she could not stay clean for long. One day she felt sad and started crying and even the clouds started to cry. Muddysocks noticed a...

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Mario's Hidden Pictures

By Jennie G. Wittenbach

Mario’s Hidden Pictures is written by Jennie G. Wittenbach and illustrated by Danielle Mathews. Mario is having problems with focusing during his classes at school. Mrs. Langston catches him daydreaming and staring out the window. Mario wants to tell her what he’s seeing but is...

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My Changing Family

A Guide to Help Young Children Cope with Divorce
By Maureen Sangiorgio

My Changing Family: A Guide to Help Young Children Cope with Divorce by Maureen Sangiorgio is written from the viewpoint of Logan, a ten-year-old boy who speaks about the divorce of his parents. He is scared his parents are going to live in different houses...

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