Children - Grade K-3rd

Belle Cat

Whiskers on my mat
By Patricia Furstenberg

Belle Cat: Whiskers On My Mat by Patricia Furstenberg is the heartwarming story of a human family and a cat. Belle, the tabby cat, was adopted by a family after she was found injured following being hit by a car. Though she was badly injured...

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Belinda

Princess Warrior in Training
By Linda Generally

Meet eight-year-old Belinda in the story Belinda: Princess Warrior In Training by Linda Generally. Belinda wants to be in the Army just like her father when she grows up. Her parents call her the princess warrior in training. She puts on her armor when she...

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Boris and Betty

By Lee Harris

Meet Boris and Betty, the lazy bears in the story Boris and Betty by Lee Harris. They would get out of breath just climbing the stairs and they would spend hours sitting in Mummy’s front room, playing their computer game, Space Zoom. Mummy told them...

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Billy Bear Cub

The Well Mannered Cub
By Chad Leisse

Billy the small bear cub was being taught how to be well mannered. His mom discussed this with him and helped him to better understand what being well mannered is versus behaving in an awful way. She explained to him that being well mannered could...

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Bummer

Our Pet Bighorn Sheep
By Jylene Morgan

Bummer: Our Pet Bighorn Sheep by Jylene Morgan is an adorable non-fiction children’s book told from the point of view of the author’s daughter. The family, comprised of Mom (a teacher), Dad (a biologist with the Idaho Fish and Game Department), and four children (including...

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Bella the Umbrella

By Lia Brent

Bella the Umbrella: The Chronicles of the Clothes Mind Series Book Two by Lia Brent is the delightful story of Bella the Umbrella who lives in a house down the street. She has shiny rainbow stripes and, like any other umbrella, likes the wet chill....

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Boudin's First Christmas (Boudin's Grand Adventures)

By Leah Morris

Boudin's First Christmas (Boudin's Grand Adventures) by Leah Morris is a very quick read that will delight the hearts of young readers, especially those who love animals. I read it with my seven-year-old son in one sitting, studying the illustrations and enjoying the cute verses,...

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Baby Boy, Little King

By Jim Hargrove, Jamie Cosley

Baby Boy, Little King, written for young children, is a delightful rendition of the Christmas story. Written by Jim Hargrove and illustrated by Jamie Cosley, Baby Boy, Little King details the first Christmas in an enchanting way. By the author using rhyming text, young children...

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Bump and the New Pet

By T. D. Ashcraft

Meet Baryn, Bump’s new pet in Bump and the New Pet by T.D. Ashcraft. Bump found him in a tree, and Baryn is a rainbow rhino-bat. Baryn’s horn changes color with his mood. Bump does not shut the windows in time when Baryn starts to...

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Being Bree

Book 1 Bree and the Nametag Worries
By Christine Sromek Laforet

Six-year-old Bree Wilson is worried about making friends on her first day of school in Being Bree: Bree and the Nametag Worries: Book 1 by Christine Sromek Laforet. Bree is smart and intelligent and she is often misunderstood by her classmates. She makes a nametag...