Draw Me Close To You

By Kossim Osseni

Tunde has already lost his mother to a terrible disease. And now his father is sad and distant. Tunde feels alone. Except when his painting and drawing his pictures. It was a special activity, a passion he shared with his mother. Papa doesn’t understand, especially...

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Dr. Infinity and the Soul Smasher

The Adventures of Ubergirl Book 4
By Matthew Cox

Dr. Infinity and the Soul Smasher is the fourth book in The Adventures of Ubergirl by Matthew Cox, a well-written story for fans of children's fantasy and science fiction. Kelly Donovan understands the word chaos more than anyone else and that implies a lot —...

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Daddy, I Want to Know God

Families Growing in Faith
By Vanessa Fortenberry

Daddy, I Want to Know God (Families Growing in Faith) by Vanessa Fortenberry is an excellent book that works as a good tool when it comes to teaching children about God. The story shows different children from various parts of the world asking their parents...

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Dotz Goes to Camp

By Jason Bretzmann

Dotz Goes to Camp by Jason Bretzmann is a beautifully illustrated children's book about Dotz learning to make good decisions during his day to day activities. When Dotz gets the opportunity to go to soccer camp, he is determined to learn a lot about the...

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Dana's Finger Is Set Free - Get Rid of Thumb Sucking Habit Easily

Children Book - The Empowerment of Kids (Self-Reliance Books for Kids 1)
By Vered Kaminsky

Dana used pacifiers of different colors when she was a baby. She had them in yellow, blue, purple, red, and green but Dana only wanted her finger. It was cute when she was six months but when she grew older, anyone who saw her commented...

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David's ADHD

By Sherrill S. Cannon

David's ADHD is a picture book for children written by Sherrill S. Cannon and illustrated by Kalpart. David’s classmates don’t get upset when he acts out in the schoolyard or is hyper in class. They know sometimes he seems frustrated and unable to focus on...

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Do You Ever Feel...

By Sharlie Zinniger

When we're young, it's hard to express what you are actually feeling. How we handle our emotions stems from our childhood as to how we were allowed to express them or not, and how our emotions were received. Do You Ever Feel... by Sharlie Zinniger...

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DinoSports

By Doug Lewtan and Roger Frank

DinoSports, written by Roger Frank and Doug Lewtan and illustrated by Vova Kirichenko, is an adorable children’s picture book that combines dinosaurs and sports. As coaches themselves, the authors used the body type, strength and natural skills that specific dinosaurs exhibited and compared them to...

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Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You're Asleep?

By Sonya Annita Song

In this children's picture book titled, Do You Know What Your Parents Do When You’re Asleep?, author Sonya Annita Song demonstrates how parents can have fun too. Parents can still be child-like, in other words. At least that is how the illustrator Kate Fallahee shows...

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Dipsy Doodle And The Recital

By Alisa Guttadauro

Dipsy Doodle And The Recital, by Alisa Guttadauro, is good for kids of all ages suffering from shyness. The story starts with Dipsy and her mother, Mrs. Doodle, discussing how she is petrified of performing on stage. A classmate, Sindy Sazparilla, teases her, telling her...

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