Andy

By Mary Dalton

Jamie did not have a dad and he always thought of him when he tried to help his brother, Chris. Jamie loved the old TV programs and he always wanted his dad to be someone just like Andy Taylor, Sheriff of Mayberry. He would often...

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Anita and Grandma's Dulce de Leche

By Pilar Velez

It was Christmas Eve and Grandmother Rosa was in the kitchen, roasting corn pancakes and beating rich and foamy chocolate with her whisk. As she sat at the kitchen table and reviewed the details of her recipe, she knew her confection would taste good. Grandmother's...

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A Girl Named Earle

By Anne Toole

A Girl Named Earle is a story destined to create discussion amongst teachers and students, parents, and children. What is the best way to deal with bullies? How would you react if someone said you had a boy’s name? Author Anne Toole has written a...

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Aah! Blown Away, Crash!

An Alphabet Misadventure
By Brigitte Brulz

When we think of an alphabet book, we usually think of a book that uses nouns to teach the alphabet letters. Like an animal alphabet book: Alligator, Bear, Cat, etc. Or fruits and vegetables: Apple, Banana, Carrot, etc. Or random objects: Ax, Bathtub, Crib, etc....

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Aladdin Is Done In

A Story to Guess the Lesson
By Rich Linville

A wealthy sultan ruled a land called Turan and he lived in a magnificent palace. The roofs of the palace were covered in gold. Aladdin, the Great Thief of Turan, wanted to steal the gold. The palace had the most beautiful garden in the world...

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A Tough Nut To CRACK

By Eric VanTuyl

Let's meet Mac, the Macadamia nut who was a special nut. His friends Doodle and McNutt agreed that he was a special kind of nut and interesting too. Mac felt hot when it was cold and he slept on the floor at night though he...

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Andres and His Rubik’s Cube Madness

By Andrea Alvarez

Andres and His Rubik’s Cube Madness is a children’s non-fiction storybook written by Andrea Alvarez and illustrated by Ana Sebastian. Andres was a boy who became fascinated with the Rubik’s cube when he saw other children solving it. He decided he wanted to learn how...

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A Blueberry Day

By Etaine Raphael

It was a good day and the breeze was fresh. The smiles on the faces of children were bright and wide as they happily picked the blueberries. The flowers were kissed with the morning dew and the warm sand tickled their feet. The girls enjoyed...

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A World Without Failures

Growth Mindset
By Esther Cordova

In A World Without Failures by Esther Cordova, readers follow a boy named David on a journey to discover why it is important to experience failure. David has struggled to understand why it is important to know how to fail and thrive. With his sidekick,...

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A Game with Cooper

By Debbie Gonzalez

Cooper and Daddy are excited about the game. Every night around the same time, Cooper perks up to play the game. Daddy throws a treat into the next room and Cooper goes after it. The game begins then. Once Cooper is out of sight, the...

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