The Noisy Classroom

By Angela Shanté

A noisy classroom means a busy classroom and Ms. Johnson’s class is certainly busy. A little girl is horrified at the thought of moving up to the ‘noisy’ classroom in the fall. Even Ms. Johnson is noisy. And she sings, too. The little girl threatens...

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Anita and Grandma's Dulce de Leche

By Pilar Velez

It was Christmas Eve and Grandmother Rosa was in the kitchen, roasting corn pancakes and beating rich and foamy chocolate with her whisk. As she sat at the kitchen table and reviewed the details of her recipe, she knew her confection would taste good. Grandmother's...

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Throw It "Away"

By Daniela Macaya

Have you ever considered the life cycle of a single plastic bag? When you go shopping with your parents, the clerk stuffs your purchases in a plastic bag. Once home, you unloaded the purchases and throw away the plastic bag. Where does it go? To...

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CRACKODILE

By Czarina Tran-Bernett

The little girl's leg was itching and her mother wanted to apply lotion. The little girl was not too keen on that because she did not like the white sticky stuff on her. Then she noticed the flakes on her arms and her father also...

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Traveling Tessa

By Carrie Crawford Martinelli

Traveling Tessa is an adventure fantasy novel for children and preteens written and illustrated by Carrie Crawford Martinelli. Tessa was so excited that autumn had finally arrived. She had been counting the days, almost wishing that they would fly by more quickly. Tessa and her...

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Walkout

By Tina Shepardson

Walkout is a children’s social issues picture book written by Tina Shepardson and illustrated by Terry Sirrell. Maddie was beside herself with excitement over the upcoming school anti-violence walkout happening on Friday. She so wanted her best friend, Stella, to walk with her, but Stella...

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Letters From Around The World

Learning The Greek Alphabet
By Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos

Letters From Around The World, by Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos, is an interactive picture book that centers around the Greek alphabet. Children of all ages, as well as anyone interested in learning a new language, will find themselves entertained by sounding out the common words that are...

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Just a Stage

A Newfoundland Story
By Corey Majeau

Red is a red fishing stage, a wooden building on an elevated platform commonly found off the shores of Newfoundland, Canada. A stage is associated with the fishing industry and is used to land and process fresh fish, preparing it for salting and drying. Fishing...

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The Treacherous Tingling Tanglelow Trial

By Greg McGoon

The Treacherous Tingling Tanglelow Trial: The Tanglelows Three by Greg McGoon, the third book of the series, tackles the topic of dealing with emotions in an aesthetic manner that will captivate readers and help them understand their moods. The Tingles are special and normally they...

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Magnificent Mocha Monty

By Holland Jordan

Monty’s skin is a mocha color. He’s very proud of how he looks and all he can do. He has a great singing voice and he loves dancing to the beat. He’s just a really fun-loving, happy little boy, like any other boy. Differences are...