Zion Learns to See

Opening Our Eyes to Homelessness
By Terence Lester and Zion Lester

In Zion Learns to See: Opening Our Eyes to Homelessness, written by Terence Lester and Zion Lester with illustration by Subi Bosa, children and adults will learn about God’s people, the homeless and underserved. The authors, one of whom was homeless himself, want children, youths,...

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Zuri’s Adventures!

Zuri Adopts a Family
By Lorri A. Reid

Zuri’s Adventures! (Zuri Adopts a Family) is a children’s picture book written by Lorri A. Reid with illustrations by Novel Aji. The book tells the story of a puppy’s first day with her new family. N'Zuri (Zuri) is a rottweiler who was raised in an...

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Zee Zee Does It Anyway

A Story About Down Syndrome and Determination
By Dr. Vona B. Shodja

Most of us have 46 chromosomes from our mother and father. Chromosomes are structures that carry information about who we are. But have you ever met anyone with 47 chromosomes? If you haven't met a person with this trait, known as Down Syndrome before, you...

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Zion's Super Question Day: Why?

By Aliya Yancey

Zion's Super Question Day: Why? written by Aliya Yancey and illustrated by Fitrandhita follows the learning adventure of a typical and curious child named Zion. His mom has devised a way of letting him satisfy his inquisitiveness by having a jar filled with sticks that...

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Zoey Wonders Why

Who am I? What am I?
By Nadia Khan, Tasya Nabiella

Who are we? Everyone wants to know about our past and our heritage, especially children. In Zoey Wonders Why: Who am I? What am I? by Nadia Khan and Tasya Nabiella, we find that Zoey is no different. Her mother has Pakistani background but...

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Zach the Zany Zebra

A fun read-aloud illustrated tongue twisting tale brought to you by the letter Z (Alphabetical Alliterative Stories)
By Sally Lee Baker

Do you ever feel zany and want to escape? Perhaps you zigzag all over your home and your yard. All this zigzagging and zaniness might make you feel dizzy. I know it would make me feel dizzy. Zach is a zebra who, once wild, now...

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Zulu The Pupa

A Tale of Dung Beetle Series #1
By Joyce Y. Taylor

Zulu The Pupa: A Tale of Dung Beetle Series, Book #1 is a children’s social issues picture book written by Joyce Y. Taylor and illustrated by Kavion Robinson. Everything seemed simple when Zulu’s parents were with him. They had always assured him that he would...

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Zippy and Zappy Go on an Adventure

A children's book about courage and self-belief
By Ranjini

Zippy and Zappy, two ladybirds, lived in a cornfield under a big green leaf and led a happy life. They ate the green flies that came to eat the corn leaves. As the months passed by, Zippy and Zappy started getting bored and they decided...

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Zip Pop Buzz

By Dave Noland

Zip Pop Buzz by Dave Noland is a picture book that encourages kids to get involved with musical rhythm. It’s a sweet story about communication and helping someone out and can be used in a music classroom for small children or read at home. It...

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Zombiegerm 2016

By Ben Major, Chris Sprenger and Chris Woffenden

Zombiegerms smell of poop and their skin is toxic and green. They will make sure the whole world is infected if people are not protected and try to get close to them. They leave a trail of slime and live in any disgusting goo. Zombiegerm...

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