Children - General

Vegetable Kids in the Garden

By Nancy J. Miller

Fruits and vegetables are important for the health and well-being of the body, especially for children as they are growing. It's a daily challenge to make children eat what’s good for them on a regular basis. Well, eating vegetables just got more fun in Nancy...

Classics

Why and How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them
By Fiza Pathan

Classics (Why and How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them) by Fiza Pathan is a non-fiction educational book. Classics would appeal most to an audience of adults employed in educationally based or teaching positions, parents, aunts/uncles, grandparents, as well as anyone else who...

Cub's Wish

By Angie Flores

Cub’s Wish by Angie Flores starts with Papa Panda and Cub going out for a walk to enjoy the night sky. They find a nice hill where they can sit and watch the stars sparkling in the sky. Cub spots one twinkling star and he...

Hitchin' Post

By Julie Barker

Six B’s Hitchin’ Post, written by Julie Barker and illustrated by Carolyn Altman, tells the story of a jack rabbit aptly named Hitchin Post who loves the Six B’s ranch where he lives. Unfortunately, the ranch suffers a drought which means the cattle have to...

The Great Skeeter Battle

Bubblegum Mike, Book 1
By Geoffrey Saign

Readers are introduced to Mike Josephs who is chewing a newfangled bubblegum in The Great Skeeter Battle: Bubblegum Mike, Book 1 by Geoffrey Saign. His friends, Skim and Teddy, dare him to chew twenty pieces of that newfangled bubblegum and blow twenty bubbles. Mike wants...

Where is Spring?

Wacky Weather
By Lorita Clarke-Scott

Where is Spring? Wacky Weather by Lorita Clarke-Scott is a fun children's book. Three trees, named Maple, Willow, and Oak, desperately want spring to arrive. Spring is their favourite season, and their leaves start to grow. But winter refuses to leave. The trees are freezing...

Can We Watch?

By S.A. Dymond and Shiloh Dymond

An adorable book with a positive message, Can We Watch? follows Isabelle and her brother, Joe, as they continually implore their parents: can we watch television? But one day, when the electricity goes out, Isabelle and Joe spend the time not with electronics, but playing...

Kiki the Kitty

By Maria Rusu

Kiki the Kitty by Maria Rusu is the story of Merlot and Kiki and how, although they both have different personalities, they end up being friends. Merlot is grumpy and sad and he does not play like he used to. He only eats and sleeps...

Gracie's Guide

Staying Positive
By Angie Wilson

Gracie’s Guide: Staying Positive is a wonderful story that most of us—children and adults—can relate to. Author Angie Wilson has created an easy-to-read story with a subtle message. This book demonstrates a wonderful way of expressing emotions—with a Mr. Potato Head. The story shows us...

The Family Tree

The Night of the Storm
By Laurie Copmann

The Family Tree: The Night of the Storm by Laurie Copmann is a beautiful children's book about a tree. The tree was planted long ago and had grown up to be a very magnificent tree that provided shade. One night, there was a big storm...

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