Sasha Savvy Starts It Up

By Sasha Ariel Alston

Sasha Savvy Starts It Up is an educational novel for middle-schoolers and preteens written by Sasha Ariel Alston. Sasha’s excitement over starting the new school year as a sixth-grader became even more intense when her mom announced there was going to be a hackathon at...

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Something's Eating the Garden

By Pam Fries

Something's Eating the Garden is a children’s picture book written and illustrated by Pam Fries. I began wondering what kind of animal was eating Papa’s garden and tried guessing the identity of the culprit, or culprits. What would go into a garden to grab vegetables...

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Selo

The Mentor
By Douglas Setter

What would you do if the person you admired the most was a criminal? Selo: The Mentor by Douglas Setter is the story of a boy who was going through the same dilemma. Les was not the best when it came to protecting himself. He...

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Sofa Boy

By Scott Langteau

A young boy would sit on his couch all day intensely playing video games until his trigger thumb turned blue. He was warned that if he stayed in one spot for a long time, he would end up being like a plant in a pot....

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Super Max and the Math Menace

By Heather E. Robyn

In Super Max and the Math Menace by Heather E. Robyn, it's just another Friday. Max wakes up and heads to school but is plagued by an uneasy feeling. She's waiting for something to happen but it seems like any other normal day. Spelling, lunch,...

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Stuck At Home

By Kate Avers

Self-isolation is the new norm. It’s hard enough for adults to understand. Imagine how difficult it is for children who want to be outside, playing with friends. How do they manage? Do they call grandparents or other family members regularly to share their daily activities?...

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Sometimes When I'm Sad

By Deborah Serani

Sometimes When I'm Sad is an educational storybook for children written by Deborah Serani and illustrated by Kyra Teis. All too often, adults overlook the emotions children feel, especially when they’re feeling sad, like the little boy in this story. When we first meet him,...

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Shy Ty

By Anne Toole

What a wonderful, happy ending to the story Shy Ty! Written in rhyming form, this book describes a student named Ty who doesn’t have any friends at school because he doesn’t initiate friendships—but neither do the other students. They don’t know him. Author Anne Toole...

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Special Memory

By Christina Francine

Five-year-old Emily did not want to wake up early in the morning though she knew she had to get used to it before school started. She did not want to start Kindergarten because she knew she would miss her mama and her toys. Her mama...

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Seven Days in a Week

Little Bunny Series
By Dianne Miller

Seven Days in a Week is an educational picture book in the Little Bunny series by Dianne Miller. Little Bunny is a happy and playful character who moves through the seven days of a week in a repetitive pattern reinforced by color illustrations and accompanied...

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