Mason the Mechanic

You Can Be Anything You Want To Be
By Lillie Penelope Humphries

Young Mason loves watching and helping his daddy work. Lillie Penelope Humphries shares Mason’s adventure with her readers in Mason the Mechanic: You Can Be Anything You Want to Be. This children’s book is a great reminder that children love to emulate their parents. Mason...

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My Protest

By Linda Gaston-Bessellieu, Tawana Bessellieu, Jaliyah Bessellieu-Webb

The picture book and early reader My Protest, written by Linda Gaston-Bessellieu and co-authored by Tawana Bessellieu and Jaliyah Bessellieu-Webb, describes from a first-person perspective how a little girl, Jaliyah, together with her mother, aunt, and cousin Camille, attends a Black Lives Matter protest. She...

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Mina's Rain Dance

By Sarah-Luisa McAneney

Mina's Rain Dance, written by Sarah-Luisa McAneney and illustrated by Zita Varga, is a children's picture book about a young girl with a passion for dance. The book begins with a glimpse into Mina's dance class where her lack of finesse and inability to stick...

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My Perfect Cupcake

A Recipe for Thriving with Food Allergies
By Rebecca Greene

Dylan loves to visit the local bakery and enjoy their fresh, tasty cupcakes. One day, when trying a new flavor, he breaks out into hives and suffers from a scratchy throat. A visit to the doctor confirms that Dylan has an allergy to tree nuts....

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Mission: CONTROL!

A Big Feelings Adventure
By Nan Arkwright

Joseph is busy watching TV with his dog Gretchen. While he is having fun, his mother interrupts and says it is bedtime. Joseph reacts as many children do with pitching a tantrum. Nan Arkwright in her book Mission: Control! shares how Joseph learns to control...

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Molly Gets Her Wheels

By Sherry Carnahan

All it took was a little accident and Molly, the Maltese dog, was paralyzed in her hind legs. She was young and full of life and energy. All she wanted to do was run and chase the squirrels, but she couldn’t do that anymore. Even...

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My Friend, The Light

By Susie Miles

A little boy loves his light. It makes him feel safe, both day and night. It makes him feel warm when it shines so bright and gives Mom and Dad a means to see him in the dark after he’s asleep. It’s not unusual to...

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My Monster Truck Goes Everywhere with Me

Illustrated in American Sign Language
By Kathleen Marcath

Vroom, vroom, vroom, it's time for a Monster Truck story. My Monster Truck Goes Everywhere With Me by Kathleen Marcath is part of the ASL Picture Book series. The book starts with two pages of illustrated signs used in the book, as well as an...

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Magical Mia

Kindness is Contagious
By Julie Cassetta

Do you believe in magic? Mia does. She understands that real magic comes from deep within a person. How is that possible? Well, she sees a new girl sitting all alone in the cafeteria and makes the effort to be friendly. Both Mia and the...

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Mindfulness in the Lily Pads

By Danielle Chandler

Francis did not want to go to school; he was nervous, and his mom tried telling him how things can turn out better than expected. Francis was still nervous about his first day of school but his mom told him about a secret superpower termed...

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