Walter and the Giant Vegetables

By Barbara Hyslop

Walter and the Giant Vegetables by Barbara Hyslop is a short story about Walter, a farmer's dog. Walter is afraid of something, but it is not a mythical creature that nightmares are made of. Instead, he is afraid of giant vegetables. Walter dreams of vegetables...

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Which Bird Are You?

By Merrick Rosenberg

In Which Bird Are You? by Merrick Rosenberg, the Grade 5 class of Galen Elementary was on its way to Camp Discovery. It was an annual event and something all the juniors looked forward to. It was a time to learn away from the classroom,...

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When Mommy Feels Sad

A Mother's Journey Through Depression
By Heidi Bartle

When Mommy Feels Sad by Heidi Bartle is about a mother's journey through depression. Bartle explains the emotions that someone with depression experiences, including frustration, disappointment, shame, guilt, embarrassment, anger, and hopelessness. The beautiful illustrations give a visual representation of those emotions, helping the reader...

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We Have Something to Say!

By Sonia Myers

“At one time we all seemed so small. The problems we discovered at the beginning of the school year were too big for us. Yet here we are…” You might believe that you are only one person, but think about it: one person’s voice may...

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What is Racism?

Helping Kids Understand & Take Kid-Action
By Terri Casey

What is Racism? by Terri Casey is an educational children’s picture book that follows Zoey as she learns about racism and what she can do to help combat it. When Zoey looks out her window to see a protest going on outside her house, she...

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Wind

By Ellen Dee Davidson

Ellen Dee Davidson's Wind is a story about a young girl named Katie who has a special power that no one is aware of. It starts with Katie having a pretty bad day. She has been ridiculed in class for telling the teacher that the...

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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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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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