A Ride To Save The Earth

By Lilian Ruach

The educative children’s book, A Ride to Save the Earth by Lilian Ruach, shares practical ideas that children can use to help conserve the environment. The book first explains that being environmentally conscious is in line with what God expects of us in taking care...

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Alex and the Drummer

By Laura Hales

A wonderful story based on a real-life experience. The driver—the mother—is very sensitive to the needs of her son who is on the Autism Spectrum. She understands that any change in routine can be difficult and demonstrates how asking nicely for a change can result...

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All Life Matters

By Mary Lynne Zahler

Children should connect more with nature. Understanding the diversity among living things will allow them to see life differently and they will be able to interact with their environment appropriately. They will also appreciate the role of people in the world. All Life Matters reminds...

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Always Near

A Book About Grief
By Stephanie Spruce

The death of a loved one is hard to deal with and it's especially difficult for a child losing a parent. Depending upon the age of the child at the time of loss, they may or may not be able to articulate their emotions, as...

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Alphabet of Flowers

By Gloria D. Gonsalves

I used to love making daisy chain wreaths for my hair. Or picking the petals and chanting, “He loves me yes, he loves me not.” As a child, however, I didn’t know that daisies could be tossed in a salad and eaten, or used to...

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A Star Upon a Dream

By Kendall Newell

Did you know that everyone is a superstar? Unique and special in their own way? Even you! Just like all the sparkling stars in the night sky, each one of us is different. Bigger or smaller, brighter, and in many different shapes – we can...

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A Book About Empathy

A Children's Book on how to feel “with” others, and act with kindness.
By Manuela Ocampo

Empathy helps us understand and share feelings. It allows us to socialize and make friends because that way we can identify with others and know when they need help. A Book About Empathy covers everything you need to know in a way that will be...

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Alphabet Anatomy Meet the Lower Case Letters

By Linda Ann Jones

Recognizing letters is important because it allows children to understand the relationship between oral and written language. This is the foundation for basic skills like reading and writing, and if it's fun to start with, it will be easier to continue. In other words, recognizing...

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ABC My Hair and Me

By Miyosha Streets

ABC My Hair and Me celebrates the diversity of hair with each letter of the alphabet in a series of charming messages. Miyosha Streets gives us a unique perspective, highlighting how great hair is, how versatile it is, and how much fun reshaping it can...

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A Broken Crayon Still Colors

By Danielle Mazzilli

A little girl is upset about her parents getting a divorce and isn't sure how to deal with her feelings. She has so many questions. Why are they getting a divorce, and is it her fault? She loves her family and wants to draw her...

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