What Makes My Dad Special?

Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. US Version.
By C. Selbherr

What Makes My Dad Special? is a children’s social issues picture book written by C. Selbherr and illustrated by Nugraha. Kate and her mom were out in their garden playing when Kate began to ask questions about her dad. She wanted to know what made...

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Toilet Trouble

Poems for Beginner Readers (Grades K-2) (Funny-Bone-Tickling Children's Poetry)
By Brett Fleishman

Toilet Trouble: Poems for Beginner Readers Volume 2 by Brett Fleishman is an ideal book for your child to learn how to read. This collection of twenty poems, along with the fun illustrations by David Harston, will make them laugh while they read about baby...

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Children's Money Savvy Questions

By Roy Hollinshead

Financial literacy should begin as young as age 5. As your child continues to grow well into their pre-teen years, they should have a better handle on and understanding of money management. Roy Hollinshead’s Children's Money Savvy Questions offers young readers over forty various types...

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Goodnight Little Panda

By Sinoun Blomfield

Little Panda brushes his teeth and hops in the tub to play with little ducky who is swimming inside. It is bedtime for him, so he puts his toys away, and puts on his PJs. It is time to sleep and sweet panda dreams fill...

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Year One with Type One

A True Story of a Boy with Type 1 Diabetes
By Mike Suarez

Andrew is thirsty and always weak and tired, and he always wanted to pee. He goes to the doctor and gets his blood sugar checked. He has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Andrew has been admitted to the hospital. The doctor starts training him...

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The Man Who Invented The Lawn Mower

And Other Inspirational Black-American Inventors And Their Inventions
By Christopher Davis Jr

Potato chips and lawnmowers, air conditioners and radiators, television remotes and tricycles and so much more. These are items in our daily twenty-first century life that we take for granted. But someone actually invented them. Has anyone heard of Frederick McKinley Jones? He invented air...

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My Name Is Curly

By Andi Kryszak

My Name Is Curly by Andi Kryszak is a children’s animal book that would appeal most to an audience of toddlers, young children learning to read, and young school-aged children. Curly had a wonderful life that began when he was born to two loving doggie...

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Samuel and His Brave Spoon

By Diane K. Quimby

Samuel and His Brave Spoon by Diane K. Quimby is an adorable story about self-discovery and self-acceptance. Samuel always heard his name as O Samuel Shy and he heard his mother saying the same thing when she took him to school the first day. Samuel...

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Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere

By Barbara Anne ( Author) & Adam Zebediah Joseph ( Illustrator)

Good memories from our childhood can evoke so many simple pleasures. I love bubbles and on occasion still play with them because of the freedom that they offer as I watch them kiss the earth and touch the sky. Watching children at play was the...

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The Sky Monster Grumbles

By Regina Puckett

Children get scared every time the dark skies roar and grumble, and they jump into their parents' beds in The Sky Monster Grumbles by Regina Puckett. The rumble leaves children quivering with the covers pulled over their heads, and sometimes they shiver and cry....

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