Mariko and the Magic Mirror

By Kristi Shimada

Mariko and the Magic Mirror by Kristi Shimada is a child’s fairytale story. Mariko’s mother is dying and, as her legacy, she gave Mariko a magic mirror. Saddened by her mother’s death, Mariko looks into the mirror and she sees a white owl. The owl...

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Mekhail's Dream

By Michael R. Albert

Mekhail’s Dream by Michael R. Albert is an inspiring story with strong religious themes and a powerful message. The author tells the story of young Mekhail, born to parents who were Lebanese immigrants, and who ran a silent movie house. The youngest of nine children,...

My Big Red Monster

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By Lois Wickstrom

The Big Red Monster, written by Lois Wickstrom and cleverly illustrated by Nicolás Milano, is a contemporary version of a Hindu Teaching Tale – stories written to instruct Hindus in their beliefs or make a moral point. This yarn is told in the first person,...

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Mama Kangaroo Nursery Rhymes for Modern Times

By Cassandra Lennox

Mama Kangaroo Nursery Rhymes for Modern Times, by Cassandra Lennox, is a 44-page-long children’s picture book that mimics the nursery rhymes I grew up with but are set more for today's youngsters. The rhymes are positive, bright, and often funny. The pictures are colorful with...

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My Dino Ate My homework!

A story about the fun of learning
By Ingrid Sawubona

My Dino Ate My Homework by Ingrid Sawubona is a fun, brightly illustrated children's book for younger readers. A little boy has the perfect reason for not handing in his homework: his pet dinosaur ate it! This is a bit different from the usual "my...

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My 1st Nightmare

By Crystal Connor

My 1st Nightmare by Crystal Connor starts in one of the cutest and wholesome ways possible; five-year-old Tashaun is wide awake during a thunderstorm, and earlier that night he had his first nightmare. The young boy, as frightened as he is of the storm, decides...

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Mystery

Longing For Home
By Elynn Price

A long time ago, the wolf roamed free in Yellowstone and many other areas of North America. They were a vital part of earth’s ecosystem. With the influx of settlers and the clearing of the land for homesteads and communities, the wolf’s homeland was jeopardized....

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My Little Princess

By J R Berry

Nana knows just how to make her precious little girl feel ever so special in My Little Princess by JR Berry. Nana has been visiting and her granddaughter is sad to see her going home. She is very amazed when Nana, while hugging her goodbye,...

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Mirror, Mirror

By Barbara Freeman

Mirror, Mirror by Barbara Freeman is a children’s book suitable for young children of grade second onwards. Mirror, Mirror is a story about a young black child named Tina Thomas who lives in Omaha with her parents and sisters. Tina is sometimes sad about her...

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My Fox Begins

By David Blaze

Little Fox is different from all the other young foxes. For one thing, he can stand on his hind legs. In fact, he prefers walking on just his hind legs. And, he can talk to and understand humans, as well as other animals. His mother...