What I Love About You

By Lisa Fletcher

What I Love About You by Lisa Fletcher is a short, simple, and heartwarming storybook inspired by the book, The Blessing: Giving the Gift of Unconditional Love and Acceptance. Here we see a mother who engages her children to play a game by telling each...

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When a Virus Takes Over the World

By Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D.

When a Virus Takes Over the World by Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D. aims to educate children on the Corovirus pandemic, including what is a virus, how it spreads, how to protect yourself and others, and what you can do while at home. The story takes...

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When Step Met Skip

By Vicky Weber

When Step Met Skip by Vicky Weber is an adorable children’s book that provides a great introduction to the concepts required for reading and writing music. The fun characters, Step and Skip, are full of personality, as they explore the musical staff. Step is calculated...

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What Is Good and What Is Bad?

By Mrs. D.

To educate a child, there are many factors to consider. It is advisable to teach children how to develop criteria that will enable them to compare with their own experiences. What Is Good and What Is Bad? is a good example of this. The story...

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Who Lives in the Woods?

By J. P. Taylor

Do you know who lives in the woods? Are there squirrels? Or raccoons? Opossums or bears? There are all kinds of animals, amphibians, and insects that make the woods their home. Would you be able to recognize them if you saw them in the woods?...

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When Will Cicada Sing?

By Carla Mae Jansen

When Will Cicada Sing? is a wonderfully delightful book by Carla Mae Jansen. Carla is a science teacher and teaches children about the long life cycle of the cicada in this book. This little book is a fantastic introduction to zoology for children. Carla presents...

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Who Can I Be?

By Ivory M Leonard

Our children need the ability to dream big. We need to encourage them so that they can be anything and live whatever life they choose. While all types of professions are at their disposal to explore from being an astronaut, teacher, explorer, and archeologist...

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When D is For Deployed

By Eleanor D. Alspaugh

It’s never easy to have one of your parents sent overseas. When you’re young, you want your family close. But those who work in the military, both men and women, have to accept assignments far from home. That’s what it means to be deployed. One...

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Wiggles, Stomps, and Squeezes Calm My Jitters Down

A story about sensory differences
By Lindsey Parker

A little girl can’t sit still; it gives her the jitters. She has to run, stomp her feet, tap her fork on the table during mealtime – there are all kinds of neurosensory actions that calm the nerves, especially for someone who is neurodiverse or...

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What Day Is It?

Everyday Seems The Same
By Nancy Panasci

For more than the past year, we have all faced issues created by the dreaded virus Covid-19. It has caused havoc in society and our everyday life. Nancy Panasci has taken the opportunity to author an excellent book on one of the issues to help...

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