Weirdo and Willy

By Marcy Pusey

Everyone has an inner weirdo. It’s fun to eat weird food and play weird games. It’s fun to have a weird picnic. It’s fun to be weird together. Weirdo and Willy by Marcy Pusey shows both the meanness of name-calling and the fun kids can...

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When You Became You

By Brooke Stanton, Christiane West

When You Became You is a story by Brooke Stanton and Christiane West about the continuum of human life. Penned in a way that’s intended to emphasize the different stages of the human cycle and their indistinguishable identity from each other, the book is meant...

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Wizard Island

Child of the Orb
By Terry Morris

Wizard Island: Child of the Orb is a hilariously funny fantasy story by Terry Morris. Wilton, a seven-foot being, shows up on the doorstep of the Woolf family to fulfill a prophecy. He must gather the three Woolf children and take them on a perilous...

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Willow Paradise

By Robert E. Friedle

Willow Paradise by Robert E. Friedle is a 4th to 6th-grade children’s story. Life now is so very different from life then. In 1965, we didn’t have computers, phones, tablets or video games. We had to use what we were born with – our imaginations...

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Why Isn't God a Girl?

A Young Girl's Journey to See the Image of God in Herself
By Diana L Wilcox

Why Isn’t God A Girl? A Young Girl’s Journey to See the Image of God in Herself is a work of helpful and thoughtful fiction written for children by author Diana L. Wilcox and illustrated by Viktoria Skakandi and Earth22 Studio. As the title suggests,...

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Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them?

An Interactive book for children and adults
By Rich Linville

Why Are There Bullies and What Can You Do About Them? An Interactive book for children and adults by Rich Linville is aimed at communication between children and adults, with questions and answers. As the book opens, the first question asked is exactly what is...

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Who Knew?

By Amy Raines

In Who Knew? by Amy Raines, the main character is a youngster named Adam. One day, he finds a Japanese beetle. Adam wants to make his 12-year-old sister Kara squirm by placing the beetle in her hand. Instead, she took the beetle’s photo. Cliff, his...

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We're Adopted, So What

Teens Tell It Like It Is
By GAYLE H SWIFT, Casey A. Swift

Talking about a matter as complicated as adoption is never easy, but being an adoptee and a teenager at the same time can be overwhelming. Authors Gayle and Casey Swift, with illustrator Wesley Blauvelt, will be helpful to many young readers with their amazing work...

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What to Do When You're Feeling Blue

By Andi Cann

What to Do When You're Feeling Blue by Andi Cann is a short children’s story about a girl named Kappy. She is feeling sad and has no idea why so she asks her parents if they might know. Both of Kappy’s parents give wonderful answers...

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