Can a Rock Grow?

An Early Science Series Book 3
By Audrey Sauble

Can a Rock Grow? by Audrey Sauble is Book 3 of the Early Science Series. First, Sauble asks the question, ‘Have you ever seen a rock grow?’ Then she proceeds to explain how rocks change. Rocks change through different natural forces like gravity and tree...

Chasing Butterflies in the Sunlight

By Morenike Euba Oyenusi

Ronke is an energetic and vibrant young girl with a healthy curiosity and a tendency to get into trouble. She likes to play dress-up, school, pretend cooking, and many more. She also doesn't always like to be stuck hanging with her little brother, Bobo, and...

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Cassidy and the Mixed Up Numbers

By Dezi Shepperd

Have you ever heard of dyscalculia? It’s a learning disability that makes learning numbers difficult. Cassidy has dyscalculia. She’s nervous about starting a new school where the children don’t know her. When asked in class to say the numbers from 1 to 10, she gets...

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Cornrows

My Hair, My Roots
By Dr. Tamecca S. Rogers

Cornrows or 'canerows' in the Caribbean is a hair braiding technique that originated in Africa where the hair is braided to the scalp. Locs are a thin rope-like thread of hair created by braiding, twisting, or matting and these originated in India. The braids are...

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Country Summers with Nanna

By Quisetter White

Grandmothers are special people. Whether you call them Grandmother, Grandma, Granny, or Nanna, they’re still pretty special. With school out for the summer, what better place to visit than Nanna’s home. A young girl enjoys so many special moments with her Nanna, how lovely she...

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Cleo-cat-tra’s World of Bugs

By Lucy T. Geringer and Savanna G. Kollock

Cleo-cat-tra the cat and her friend Mario the mouse were outside exploring the world of bugs. They followed a dragonfly that was fluttering above the water and watched a stink bug trudging through a hedge. Mario saw a spider in the barn and Cleocat was...

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Chocolate Mixer

By Jason Armstrong

The little girl's daddy is chocolate and her mommy is vanilla. She has her daddy's mouth and nose, and mommy's eyes and toes. The little girl is a mixture of both her daddy and mommy. Her brother is also a chocolate mixer and they both...

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Closer To The Sun

By Goddess Nefertari

Closer to the Sun by Goddess Nefertari is an uplifting and inspiring story that will take readers closer to the sun. The girl in the story is grateful to be alive and well and breathe fresh air, and she plans to use her power of...

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Can a Spider Be Fluffy?

An Early Science Story
By Audrey Sauble

Can a Spider Be Fluffy? An Early Science Story written and illustrated by Audrey Sauble features 15 spiders plus an eight-legged look-a-like that can be mistaken for a spider. The illustrations are much bigger than real life, so it’s easy to see the fine details....

Cleo Can Tie A Bow

A Rabbit and Fox Story
By Sybrina Durant

Cleo Can Tie A Bow: A Rabbit and Fox Story is an educational picture book for children written by Sybrina Durant and illustrated by Pumudi Gardiyawasam. Cleo loves bows! All of her shoes have bows, and she always has a bow in her hair. If...

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