What Day Is It?

Everyday Seems The Same
By Nancy Panasci

For more than the past year, we have all faced issues created by the dreaded virus Covid-19. It has caused havoc in society and our everyday life. Nancy Panasci has taken the opportunity to author an excellent book on one of the issues to help...

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What Should I Do When I Feel Angry?

By Charlie Lumière

What Should I Do When I Feel Angry? is an educational children’s book by Charlie Lumière. It is a wonderful book that teaches toddlers a healthy way to deal with their anger and feel better. The author shares an alternative to the usual reactions a...

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Winston the Traveling Dog

By Cynthia Anne Finefrock

Do you like to travel? See new countries, experience the life, the food, the people? Well, that’s what Winston likes to do. The funny thing is, though, Winston’s a dog. To be more accurate, he’s a Pomeranian. He had a good life in the USA,...

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Where Do Hearts Grow?

A Little Book of Hidden Hearts
By Debi Novotny

There are lots of shapes that appear in nature and in everyday objects all around us. The most interesting shape, however, is the shape of a heart. We’re all familiar with that shape, but have you given thought to where you might see this shape?...

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Who?

Who Can Help the Warming Arctic?
By Sophie Weider

Ukpik is a snowy owl. She loves her northern home, but every year she returns, it’s different. The snow is melting away and food is scarce. There is nowhere for her to go. When she flies around and seeks help from other northern animal friends,...

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Why So Many Rules?

By Kathleen Gorman

It’s rule number 5 that gets Kiwi: “Stay in your yard.” Kiwi is a mini-Aussie puppy, full of energy and curiosity. The list of rules is posted on her doghouse. She agrees with them all, only she has a short memory like most puppies (and...

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What Should I Do When I Feel Worried?

By Charlie Lumière

Teachers and parents will love What Should I Do When I Feel Worried? as an introduction to a discussion about feelings of worry and anxiety and how to handle them. Author Charlie Lumière wants children to recognize when they’re feeling worried and then how to...

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Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures

Strange, Weird Animals That Share Our World! (The Weird & Wacky Planet series) (Volume 2)
By K.B. Carr

Have you ever heard of a Kakapo or an Aye Aye? Or how about a Bumblebee Bat or a Saola? I haven’t either. But these are some pretty weird animals. The sad part is that these animals are endangered, like the Bumblebee Bat which is...

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Willie

A Super Friend (Mom's Choice Award Recipient)
By Barry Kienzle

We’re all different. Sometimes our differences make us stronger. That’s certainly the case for Willie. He has cerebral palsy and moves around in a wheelchair. He still wants to play with other children his age. Only, like Willie’s mother, the other children are worried they...

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Wayne Gerard Trotman's Rhyming Stories

An Anthology of Seven Illustrated Children's Poems
By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Wayne Gerard Trotman's Rhyming Stories: An Anthology of Seven Illustrated Children's Poems is a collection of different, witty poems focused on different modern concerns. The book starts off with a poem about honey bees, followed by a poem about the animals from the forests and...

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