What Can You Do With Goo?

An Earthling's Book of Gooeyness
By Douglas Tocco

What Can You Do With Goo? An Earthling's Book of Gooeyness is an adventure picture book for children, grades K-3, written and illustrated by Douglas Tocco. Wibble, Dibble, and Splattt are explorers from outer space, and they’re eager to discover all the different kinds of...

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What Does A Caterpillar Do?

What Does Series
By David McArthur

What Does A Caterpillar Do? What Does Series is a non-fiction educational picture book for children, grades K-3, written by David McArthur and illustrated by Lucy Rogers. Through a series of questions, the author directs young readers to consider what a caterpillar actually does. He...

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Would You Like A Giant Ginger Garbula?

Fun Reading Books for Ages 3-7
By Virginia K. White, Gaspar Sabater

It took Would You Like A Giant Ginger Garbula? to make me realize just how much we ask of children when we start teaching them to read and, most of all, learn to enjoy it. Few of the twenty-six letters comprising the English language stay...

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What I Tell Myself About Talent

By Michael Brown

What I Tell Myself About Talent is an educational picture book for children, grades k-3, written by Michael Brown and illustrated by Lovyaa Garg. All kids have interests, things that make them sit up and take notice, and many have noticeable skills and interests. All...

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Where I Live

Pal
By Odell Staggers

It was a hot and sticky day when Grandad Melvin called him to watch television. Though Oscar heard his granddad, his friends were waiting outside and he wanted to be with them. At the same time, Oscar did not want to disappoint his granddad who...

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Who's First?

Chicken and Egg Book 1
By Deborah Stevenson

Deborah Stevenson has created a simple and easy to read story sure to capture the attention of young readers in her book, Who’s First? Chicken and Egg Book 1. This book follows a day in the life of a chicken and an egg as they...

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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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Would You Like a Scarlet Striped Schrinkler?

(Fun Reading Books For Ages 3-7)
By Virginia K. White

Would You Like a Scarlet Striped Schrinkler? by Virginia K. White is a fun, educational and whimsical book. The Scarlet Striped Schrinkler is portrayed as a cute animal with funny stripes and big ears. His vocabulary consists of using the letter "S" to describe everything...

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What I Tell Myself FIRST

Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem
By Michael A Brown

What I Tell Myself FIRST: Children's Real-World Affirmations of Self Esteem is a social issues picture book for children, grades k-3, written by Michael A. Brown and illustrated by Zoe Ranucci. Who am I? A simple question, but the answer can provide a child with...

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Winky the Tiniest Elf

By Molly Burton

In Winky The Tiniest Elf by Molly Burton, the story begins with an elf who is very, very tiny. Winky mostly had to stay out of the way and entertain himself, which is where trouble came in. One day, he discovered a mouse hole opening...

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