Children - Fable

When a Meerkat Moves to the City

By Ella Schmeling

In When a Meerkat Moves to the City, Oscar is a meerkat. He is a very dapper, dignified little fellow with “a black shimmering top hat with a red bow tie on his neck.” He was always very different from the rest of his family...

Wisdom's Way

Tales, Treasures, Truths
By Steven A. Barben

Wisdom's Way: Tales, Treasures, Truths by Steven A. Barben, as the title suggests, is essentially a collection of short stories. Wisdom's Way is comprised of numerous tales, each of them on average just a few pages long, and which are meant to provoke the reader...

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Why do the Birds Sing

By Barbara Lamping

Barbara Lamping connects with the child readers again with another adorable story with a beautiful message. Titled 'Why do the Birds Sing', the sees Baby Bird always going to her Grandma when she wants answers to her questions. This time Baby Bird wants to know...

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We Are the Elephants

A Fable of Our Plight
By Dia Virginia Rigden

We Are the Elephants: A Fable of Our Plight: The Bennu Books, Book One is a literary fiction novella written and illustrated by Dia Virginia Rigden. Bennu lived quite happily with his mother, Ruth, and the rest of his herd until, one day, he wandered...

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Wondrous Willow

By Christine Horner

Wondrous Willow is a children’s animal fable written by Christine Horner and illustrated by Joey McGrellis. Willow is a Swallowtail butterfly, but she’s also a very special butterfly, a rare and rarely seen Old World Swallowtail. It had been many years since the last Old...

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Would You Grapple With a Grizzly?

Safely Crossing the Road
By Danny Reyland

Would You Grapple With a Grizzly? Safely Crossing the Road by Danny Reyland is a rhyming book for younger children which can be used to teach youngsters about the dangers of crossing the road without taking an adult's hand. It contains brightly colored illustrations that...

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When Violet was Blue

By Deb Troehler

When Violet Was Blue is a children's concept book written and illustrated by Deb Troehler. It's raining out, and a big cloud has covered the sun. Little Violet is not at all happy. Without the sun's light, her lovely violet color is now blue. She...

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Where Do Monsters Hide?

By Terri Kelleher

Where Do Monsters Hide? by Terri Kelleher is a fun story for children. It is written in a poetic way and beautifully illustrated with bold bright colours. It tells the story of little Edward and how he was ever so curious. His mother told him...

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Willabee

A Tale of Courage Tiny Epic Adventures
By Bill Calhoun

Willabee: A Tale of Courage is a beautifully written book by author Bill Calhoun. Illustrator Boon T. Lai gives vivid illustrations that will quickly engage young readers as they fly around with Willabee in this adventurous story. Willabee sets out on a flight to explore...

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Where Do Belly Buttons Come From?

The Non-historical Truth
By Jeffery Warren Scott

Where Do Belly Buttons Come From?: The Non-historical Truth by Jeffery Warren Scott is a cute story that will affirm to children that all of them are loved and special. It is delightful to read the reason of how belly buttons came into existence and...