The Language Theater

A fun, fully-illustrated Grammar Book
By Maria Beatty

In The Language Theater by Maria Beatty, we are introduced to nine actors who are part of English grammar. Theo the grammarian is the lead of the show and soon we meet Verb, Noun, Article, Adverb, Adjective, Pronoun, Conjunction, Preposition, and Interjection. Each actor is...

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A Gift To Remember

By Merideth Tullous

A Gift To Remember is a religious-themed picture book for children written by Merideth Tullous and illustrated by Ylber Cervadiku. Santa and his elves were keeping busy in his workshop, making toys and opening letters from little boys and girls across the world. Everyone at...

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A Path to Somewhere

By Sarah Jane Conklin

The pleasures of childhood will always return in our memories. Simple things like picking berries in the wild and favorite paths we often followed. But things change over time: a special berry bush, over-picked and left neglected, will suffer, perhaps even wither and die. However,...

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We All Have Sacred Spaces

By Rev. Dr. Vicki Michela Garlock

We All Have Sacred Spaces is an educational picture book for children written by Rev. Dr. Vicki Michela Garlock. The author introduces her subject with a discussion about how people may speak different languages and have different personalities. They may have different belief systems also...

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Yogi Superhero

A Children's book about yoga, mindfulness and managing busy mind and negative emotions (The Yogi Superhero Series)
By Anna Smithers

Yogi Superhero: The Yogi Superhero Series is an educational picture book for children written by Anna Smithers and illustrated by Martyna Nejman. Smithers is a yoga teacher and therapist who works with children, ages 4-12. The Yogi Superhero program forms the basis for this book...

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Punny Peeps' Cool School Jokes

By Lisa Ayotte

Children love to laugh and play with their friends. When a child interacts, it stimulates critical thinking. When a child laughs, it increases their endorphins, improves their health and makes them feel good. In the book, Punny Peeps' Cool School Jokes by Lisa Ayotte, your...

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I'm No Different Than You

By Jaime Mahaffey and Kristy High

It’s sad when you think about it that in this day and age of knowledge at one’s fingertips, people are still afraid of the unknown. Take, for example, sickle cell disease. It’s not like a bacterial or viral infection that will spread from one person...

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Hatch!

By Cassie Hoyt

Hatch! is a children’s animal picture book written by Cassie Hoyt and illustrated by Amanda Crawford Brown. What mysteries are contained in eggs! They are all mostly round or ovoid, and the moment that a creature will emerge from an egg is usually preceded by...

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Alamo Tree

The History Tree Series
By Tana S Holmes

Alamo Tree: The History Tree Series, Volume 1 is an educational picture book for children written by Tana S. Holmes and illustrated by Mahfuja Selim. The author is an educator and lover of nature who uses story trees to ignite an interest in history in...

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Ellibot and Aunt Maple

By Sharon CassanoLochman

Elliot isn’t happy that his Aunt Maple is coming over to babysit him. He knew it would a long and boring day, which is something he wanted to avoid. In order to have a day free of his aunt, Elliot created a robot named Ellibot...

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