The Very Tired Honey Bee

By Tony Searle

As Annie falls asleep each night, she slips into a special place she calls her Dreamland. Here she can do whatever she wants. It’s a fun place to be. One night, she dreams of walking through her backyard. She’s startled by a tiny voice calling...

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The Sad Little Star

By Mr. Sun

Sadness engulfs us all at one time or another. It’s so easy to believe we’re not good enough, that we’re not as beautiful or bright as those around us, that we’re not as quick in our movements. Little Star felt that way. “She’s nothing like...

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The Mindfulness Room

By Amanda Loraine Lynch

During the current season that we live in today, it's more important than ever to listen to our bodies. In Amanda Loraine Lynch's The Mindfulness Room, with beautiful illustrations by Bonnie Lemaire, children will learn how to listen to their bodies, especially during stressful times....

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The Drum With No Sound

By Katrina Rahman-Stephens

"Listen to the earth’s natural rhythm…To play the drum, one must remember every drum stroke is a rhythm” are beautiful words taken from The Drum With No Sound by Katrina Rahman-Stephens. This beautifully illustrated children's picture book sets the stage in Nigeria and tells the...

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The Cycle of a Dream

A Kid’s Introduction to Structural Racism in America
By Dr. Kimberly Narain, MD, PhD, M.P.H.

The Cycle of a Dream: A Kid’s Introduction to Structural Racism in America by Kimberly Narain is an easy and direct short book describing the origins and the development of systemic racism in the United States. It is beautifully illustrated by Mike Motz, who demonstrates...

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The ABC's of African American Inventions

By Kenneth R. McClelland

The ABC’s of African American Inventions is written and illustrated by Kenneth R. McClelland. The entries in this book have been chosen to help kids learn their ABC’s and the history of African American inventions. While not all of the inventions listed were created by...

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The Little Pigs and the DJ Wolf

by Wolols
By Maria Vergara

One beautiful sunny day the Wolols decided to act out the classic story, Three Little Pigs. After Cowee helped make their costumes, the play started. Caco pig played the wolf and went to each little pig's house, just as the story tells. But it didn't...

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These Are My Pants

Sam's Giving Advenutre
By Jane and Katelyn Plank

These Are My Pants is written by Jane and Katelyn Plank and illustrated by Aniqa Ashfaq. Sam has lots of pants that he loves to wear at certain times or for certain purposes. He has pants for games of hide-and-seek, lounging and reading, playing baseball,...

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The Lovely Haze of Baby Days

A playful board book for little ones, written with love for Mamas too.
By Lindsay Kellar-Madsen

The Lovely Haze of Baby Days by Lindsay Kellar-Madsen is a cute baby book that shows a pretty accurate account of what it is like for new moms and their little ones. This book talks about the day to day activities, as well as the...

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The Adventure of Mr Tiddly Plonk

By Naomi O'Shea

Meet Mr. Tiddly Plonk, a cute little fellow with golden hair, big round hands, and long fingertips. His eyes were as wide as a football pitch and his feet were the size of wobbly jelly. He was clumsy, always held an umbrella, and walked with...

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