Rosie The Pink Dragon Meets Abby and Maddie

By Karen A Magnan

Rosie The Pink Dragon Meets Abby and Maddie is a storybook for children, grades k-3, written by Karen Magnan and illustrated by Kat Black. Rosie lived in a large pink castle in the fairy realm. She was a magical dragon, who loved where she lived...

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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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Ella Says: It's Cool to be Different!

By Anu D. Misa

Sometimes it’s difficult to be different: having different clothes, different hairstyles, and so on. However, it can also be cool. For one thing, if you’re not wearing the same outfits as everyone else, you’ll stand out a little more. You’ll be a novelty. Wearing bright...

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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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The Proud Sunflower

By Ngozi Edema

The Proud Sunflower, a short story by Ngozi Edema, narrates the tale of Princess Sanzu, the most gorgeous sunflower on earth. All the other flowers adore her for her beauty and her loveable nature. As a kind-hearted flower, she shares her gifts with the birds....

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Chuckie Has A Bellyache

By Amy Jensen

Chuckie Has A Bellyache is a work of fiction in the animal-themed and life lessons sub-genre and was penned by author Amy Jensen. Written for children with charming illustrations by artist Ulana Zahajkewycz, we meet Chuckie the Chocolate Labrador for the second time in this...

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Bea & Bee

By Sylva Fae

Bea is a happy, smiling little girl, except when she’s in trouble and Mummy shouts “Beatrice Rose!” It is a marvelous introduction because every child will instantly empathize with Bea. Mummy is nice, but she does say no to one thing Bea wants very much;...

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Henry's New Glasses

By Katie Specht

Henry's New Glasses is a children’s concept picture book written by Katie Specht and illustrated by the Creative Illustrations Studio. Something strange happened one afternoon as Henry and his dad began assembling a jigsaw puzzle. The two of them had lots of fun putting puzzles...

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Do Ants Wear Pants?

A Children's Rhyming Book
By Gabrielle Grice

In the adorable story Do Ants Wear Pants?, Gabrielle Grice talks about different animals by asking questions about them. “Do foxes sleep in boxes? Do goats ride in boats?” These are just two animals that the author writes about in this book! There isn’t much...

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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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