Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky!

By Duds, Kaine

Skeletons ARE NOT Spooky! by Duds and Kaine is a children’s picture book that demonstrates funny illustrations in such a way so that children are not afraid of skeletons. The narration of the book is told so that there is a chuckle to be had...

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Sparky the Dragon Bus

By Sue Wickstead

Sparky the Dragon Bus was a normal bus, just like any other double-decker bus. Every bus on the city street looked the same except their number plates and destinations were different. It was a normal day and some important people came to the bus yard....

Smelly Ellie

By Susan Russell

The little pup was not having a good adventure. She was in the Animal Shelter and all her puppy brothers and sisters had disappeared. Instead of being in a cozy house, the little pup was in a concrete run. A lot of noise made her...

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Seacity Rising

A Tale of Unwatery Adventures
By Maryam Ansari

Seacity was an average-sized pond in an average-sized grove. A scroll that said something bad was going to happen made Babak the frog wonder if Seacity was in danger. The Seacitians were a deeply religious society so Babak went and broke the news to the...

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Sergio the Shark Can't Draw

By Moose and Koala

Meet Sergio the Shark in the story Sergio the Shark Can't Draw by Moose and Koala. Sergio cannot draw compared to all the other sharks who are excellent drawers. Sergio tries to draw like everyone else but his drawing does not come out the way...

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Sometimes

By Stefanie Fields

When your best just isn’t enough; when no matter how hard you try; when there seems to be no one in your corner, there is always tomorrow. In the darkest of times, we are encouraged to wait it out and have patience for something better....

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Stronger Than The Mountain

By Michael Bozzo, Jr.

Little Boz, a young girl, wanted to get to the mountain top, though her friends warned her that she would never make it. One day she packed her bags, put on her goggles, and went to explore. Her adventure began at the base of the...

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Shakuntala

Stories from Grandma Book 1
By G D Singh

The roots of Asian literature have strong connections with gods and invisible forces. One such country that takes pride in this literary heritage is India. If we look back at the formation of Indian literature, we will be surprised at the diverse roles of omniscient...

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Sugarplums and Shooting Stars

By Lindsay DeRollo

Meet Emma in the storybook Sugarplums and Shooting Stars by Lindsay DeRollo. Emma wanted to be a ballerina and she loved dancing. She enjoyed watching videos of whimsical scenery, beautiful snowflake dancers, and a young prince and Sugar Plum Fairy spinning and gliding across the...

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Stroll

By S. Todd Stolp

When we go for a stroll, we amble slowly enough to collect all the bits of trees, leaves, air breezes and more. We take our time. This delightful collection of poetry by Stuart T Stolp, titled Stroll, encourages us to do the same: stroll through...

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