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Where Is My Little Crocodile?

By Ingo

Where Is My Little Crocodile? is a charming, fun-filled children’s book by author Ingo Blum and illustrated by Antonio Pahetti. The premise is a young crocodile who can’t be found and the narrator, who is one of the parents of said little crocodile, is searching...

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Where Elves Come From

By Santa, Edit Engel, Alan McBrearty

Where Elves Come From by Santa, Edit Engel, and Alan McBrearty is a beautiful fairytale with some lovely messages for young readers that will make them aware of life, the experiences it teaches, and the fundamentals such as setting goals, always looking for the positive...

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Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family

How to explain to your child a new baby is on the way (Being a Big Brother or Sister Will Be Wonderful)
By Susan M. Tarrant

Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family by Susan M. Tarrant is an insightful and fascinating book that will help children feel good about being a brother or a sister. The baby is excited to know that it is connected to its...

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What Do Monsters Get For Christmas?

By Blake Marsee

What Do Monsters Get for Christmas? by Blake L. Marsee is a picture book that begs the title question — what do monsters get for Christmas? Each page has a different monster and poses that very question. And each time the author tells us what...

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Wren's Whiskers

By Caren Cantrell

Wren’s Whiskers by Caren Cantrell is an adorable story with an equally adorable message woven through the tale of Wren the mouse, that of embracing our uniqueness and standing tall in our power. Wren has curly whiskers which is a big problem for a...

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Waffles And Pancakes

A Lesson In Being Different
By Cindy Springsteen

Waffles And Pancakes: A Lesson In Being Different is a beautifully told children’s tale about diversity, written by Cindy and Daniel Springsteen, and illustrated by Carol Ann Whittle. Waffles and Pancakes are two tiny hamsters who are enjoying family visitors at Christmas time. When gifts...

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Wait For Me! Would You Mind?

Kids' Questions about Life Volume 2
By Agnes Deglon

Do you struggle with listening to your heart? Do you want your children to know how thoughts and emotions differ? Wait For Me! Would You Mind? (Kids' Questions About Life, Volume Two) by Agnes Deglon is an adorable children's picture book for the spiritually aware...

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Where Is He?

Seeking and Finding Jesus
By Gayle Kelly

Where Is He? Seeking and Finding Jesus by Gayle Kelly, with illustrations by Adrianna Kamosa, offers young readers a new and unique angle in a story which one might think it impossible to view with a fresh perspective. This is, after all, the story of...

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Who Is Most Important in the Fridge?

Story 3
By Mrs. D.

Who are young readers introduced to in Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? by Mrs. D.? Frank the fridge is cleaning the mess inside his belly. He takes out the pots and pans and hopes Stacey is hungry. The veggies are excited to...

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What's Going On Inside the Fridge?

Story 2
By Mrs. D.

What's Going On Inside the Fridge? by Mrs. D. is the second story in the series about Stacey and her yummy journey in learning about veggies and fruits. Frank the fridge is sad that Stacey has not eaten and he thinks it is his fault....

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