Friendship Rules

By Kimberly Davis-Peters

Having friends helps children develop emotionally and socially. Interaction with other people serves to test our different ways of relating to others. By connecting with friends, children learn to set standards, evaluate alternatives, and make decisions. Friendship Rules explains the characteristics that every friendship should...

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Pop The Bubbles

By Dr. Gail M. Walton

When friends come together, they're looking for ways to have fun and enjoy their time in each other's company. During this journey of fellowship, while seeking adventure, anything can happen. One day Bunny wanted his friends to join him on a nature adventure walk. As...

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Moneytopia: Investing

Financial Literacy for Children
By Shanshan Peer

Moneytopia: Investing is a short picture book aimed at teaching financial literacy to children. Written by Shanshan Peer with colorful illustrations by Jelena Stupar, the book follows some kids as they learn the fundamentals of money. After throwing a successful party for which they had...

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The Little Panda and His Blue Feet

With QR Code Animations
By Mr Paul Boschen, Rudson Nick

Children learn about racial differences and prejudice from an early age and should learn to deal with them, which is why it’s important to teach children so that they can be objective about the issue. The Little Panda and His Blue Feet: With QR Code...

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Becoming Lucky

The story of a dog that looks very different to the world, and that looks at the world very differently.
By Robert Manley

We’re all different. It doesn’t matter how we look on the outside, or if we can run the fastest, or see and hear the best; it’s what’s inside that counts. Lucky knows. Born with sight in only one eye, one floppy ear with the other...

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Thanks, Dad!

By Stanley G Buford

Dads are not as highly regarded as moms as being a child's favorite parent, but Stanley G Buford sets the stage for change by providing an ode to dads throughout the world in Thanks, Dad! Fathers play several roles outside of being financial providers and...

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Extra Special Heart

Highlighting the Beauty and Strength of a Child Born with a CHD, Congenital Heart Defect
By Carli Valentine

According to the CDC, Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) is the most common birth defect, which poses extraordinary challenges to the child and family concerned. Parents of these children will understand that having such a struggle in life makes the child extra special. In Extra Special...

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Mom Wears Many Hats

By NJ Trudie and Tabassum Hashmi

In Mom Wears Many Hats, NJ Trudie and Tabassum Hashmi remind us that moms are very resilient and do a great deal for us. Moms prepare meals, drive us to school and activities, help us with homework, take care of us when we’re sick, cut...

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This Is Me! I Am Who I’m Meant to Be!

Autism book for children, kids, boys, girls, toddlers, parents, teachers and caregivers
By Amy Pflueger

Meet Able, a young boy who approaches life from a different angle. He has autism. I refuse to use “disabled” for children and adults who have disorders that limit their abilities. Because they can do much, I prefer using the term “differently-abled.” For example, my...

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Opossum Opposites

By Gina Gallois

Rhymes, opposites, facts about opossums. This book has it all. Opossums are the only marsupials that live in North America. Their babies are called joeys, just like baby kangaroos. In Opossum Opposites, Gina Gallois has assembled a wonderful collection of facts about opossums for children...

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