Nathan and Nana Cassandra Take the Lead

By Karen Gorback

Nathan and Nana Cassandra Take the Lead, written by Karen Gorback and illustrated by Vova Kirichenko, is a lead by example children’s story. At the dinner table, Nathan, Nana and the rest of the family swap stories about everything they have been doing, then Nana...

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Nesting Grounds

By Sarah Jane Conklin

Birds of all sizes, shapes, and descriptions build unique nests in which to lay and nurture their eggs, from which will hatch the next generation. It’s a marvel to watch: creation in all its glory and all in a nest, big or small or built...

Natasha and the Christmas Wish

By Tammi Croteau, Katrina Morriss

Natasha felt lonely in the orphanage. It was Christmas in Russia and Natasha danced in her dreams with Father Frost. She wished for him to bring her mommy and daddy back. Father Frost heard her wish and sent her picture to the perfect family...

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Neil Armstrong's Wind Tunnel Dream

By Rinda Beach

Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon in 1969, had a passion for flying and aeronautical engineering from a very young age. An outing with his father to watch an airplane race in 1932 launched his passion. In 1935 he had...

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Noah's New Puppy

By Richard Rice, Vincent Rice, Illustrator, with Geri Henderson

Let's meet Noah in the storybook Noah's New Puppy by Richard Rice with a contribution by Geri Henderson. Noah loved his father very much and they played games together. One day his father left Noah and his mother and, as the days passed, Noah felt...

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Noah's Story

By Grace Kim

Noah’s Story is a tender picture book about a boy named Noah who has high functioning Autism, also known as Asperger’s Syndrome. It is written by his mother, Grace Kim, as told to her by seven-year-old Noah. Noah’s mother decided to write a story from...

No Bears Allowed

By Lydia Lukidis

The Rabbit was scared of many things. He was afraid when he heard thunder over his burrow, he scurried under his bed when things went BUMP in the night, he was terrified of creepy crawly spiders, and he was frightened of gigantic bears. He thought...

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Nane's Cookie Dough Spaghetti is Perfection

Who doesn’t love cookie dough and spaghetti?
By Anita Parker

Nane's Cookie Dough Spaghetti is Perfection by Anita Parker is an adorable story! Nane is a little girl with a homework assignment that makes her extremely happy. Finally, a homework assignment that this little girl cannot wait to get in the kitchen and start cooking...

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Napoleon's Secrets to Getting What You Want

By I St Auburn Rowe

Napoleon’s Secrets to Getting What You Want is a wonderful book with a theme of helping children succeed at something they really want. Author I. St. Auburn Rowe has created a rhyming story worth reciting over and over again. Who can ignore the advice of...

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No Room for Numbers

The 123s Ask the ABCs to Share Their Song
By Kaine, Duds

No Room for Numbers: The 123s ask the ABCs to Share Their Song by Kaine and Duds is totally silly. In the spirit of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, the numbers try to finagle their way into the alphabet song that every child...

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