Children - Grade K-3rd

Kandy Hamm

By Michelle Path

Kandy Hamm by Michelle Path is the story of Kandy Hamm, a strange girl who wears long, flowing dresses and lots of jewellery. She had unruly blonde hair which had a mind of its own, and she was never seen without her candy pink top...

The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear

By Jessica D Adams

The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear is a wonderful story that every child—and parent—can relate to. When Beary Bear goes missing, Janelle is sad. She doesn’t want to go to bed without her favorite teddy bear. Author Jessica D. Adams is a wonderful storyteller...

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Poems For Kids & Me

By Jessie L. Best

Poems for Kids and Me by Jessie L. Best is a fun, well written children's book. The book consists of five poems, and each has a different plot. The first one follows a child whose best friend is a troll named Gunther, the best friend...

On The Luck Of An Irish Sailor

By Mike Mirabella

Author Mike Mirabella spins a wonderful yarn of an Irish sailor with tales from the ocean blue in On The Luck Of An Irish Sailor. Using rhyme, he reveals the story with words that sound like a pirate in an Irish pub. The sailor who...

The Tree Monkeys

By Wynne Marshall

The Tree Monkeys by Wynne Marshall is a beautifully written children's book about a young boy who lives near a a steep hill. On top of the hill there sits a tree. A big, mighty tree. The boy's tree. The boy loved the tree and...

Dolly Becomes a Scout

By Kay Whitehouse

You’ll be surprised in the second chapter to find out that the first-person dialog is being narrated by a hand truck named Dolly! Dolly is very observant and has learned so much from hanging out with the family and watching television. Dolly Becomes a Scout...

Art Is Alive At Lakewood School!

By Beverly Banfield

Art is Alive at Lakewood School! by Beverly Banfield is a fun children's book about art coming to life. On a beautiful day, Ms. Wood's class abandons their art projects to go play outside, but while they're gone, their art projects spring from their papers...

Ava's First Day of Kindergarten

By Kristen Weber

In Ava’s First Day of Kindergarten by Kristen M. Weber, children are taken along with Ava on her first day of kindergarten. Ava knows that she has to begin her day by eating a healthy breakfast as it is important for children to learn and...

Rainbow's Promise

How It All Started
By Mary Clark Dalton

Rainbow’s Promise: How It All Started by Mary Clark Dalton is the story of a cute caterpillar who is teased by his classmates because he is the last one in the class who is yet to receive his wings. Rainbow spent a lot of time...

Dime Store Days

By Jane Foster

In Dime Store Days, Jane Foster takes us back to a simpler time when folks would socialize and shop at their local Five and Dime. The book is based on a real store, as one of the comments at the beginning of the book shows:...