Children - Concept

Stinky Owl

By Melanie Burgess

Stinky Owl by Melanie Burgess is a charming tale for children inspired by the birds at the Rocky Gap State Park Aviary. It concerns a Great Horned Owl who has an unfortunate predilection for eating skunks and, as a result, is quite smelly. His aromatic...

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The Write Way to Get a Girlfriend

By Alfred R. Taylor

The Write Way to Get a Girlfriend is a coming of age/concept novel for young adults written by Alfred R. Taylor. Juan Rivera was not at all impressed by his mother’s decision to hire a writing tutor for him. He did well in his math...

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Little Monsters Guide to Learning Computers, iPads and Phones

By Kate Marshall

Meet Hank, Mack, and Poppy, the little monster crew in Little Monsters Guide to Learning Computers, iPads and Phones by Kate Marshall. They have got new gadgets and are trying to figure out how to use them. There are rules they need to follow, and...

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The Piggy Market

By Rachel Lockavitch McWaters

The Piggy Market is a children’s picture book written and illustrated by Rachel Lockavitch McWaters. McWaters explores the ramifications of the popular children’s counting rhyme about piggies in this whimsical and clever book about piggies who go to market. Beginning with her considerations about which...

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A to Z Mindfulness

A coping skills coloring book for kids
By Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina

A to Z Mindfulness: A coping skills coloring book for kids is an interactive educational book for children written by Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina and illustrated by Ignacio Guerrero Hernandez. Each page in this workbook contains illustrations for kids to color, as well as...

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Maribel's Rainy Day

By Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina

What a delightful book for children! Delight is what children will experience while enjoying Maribel’s Rainy Day, beautifully designed by Jeffrey Vallis and superbly illustrated by Ignacio G. But what teachers and parents will find especially pleasing is the content of Maribel’s story, written by...

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Runaway Rescue

The Adventures of Misty & Moxie Wyoming 2
By Niki Danforth

Moxie and her black horse named Misty are a team. While Misty looks to the rest of the world like an old switchback nag, she really is a stealthy horse with lots of energy and, most important, magic. Moxie has magic too, at least when...

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Toenail Soup

By C.M. Walsh

Toenail Soup is a humorous story for children, grades K-3, written by C.M. Walsh. Joey was a pretty typical seven-year-old, who loved going out and playing with his dog and watching bugs and other creepy crawly critters, but he certainly did like strange food. Joey’s...

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Poof ABC

Touch and Learn Alphabet - Ages 2-4 for Toddlers, Preschool and Kindergarten Kids
By Arielle Berg

Poof ABC: Touch and Learn Alphabet - Ages 2-4 for Toddlers, Preschool and Kindergarten Kids is an educational picture book written by Arielle Berg and illustrated by Isabel Casal. Aiden the astronaut has an emergency situation in outer space. His spaceship, the ABC, is being...

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K.C. & Kayla's Science Corner

The Apple Experiment
By Carol Basdeo

There may be a simple answer to your question, why do apples float in water? They feel heavy enough, yet when placed in a bowl of water, they float. I guess floating apples is the reason why bobbing for apples is such a fun game...

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