Children - Grade K-3rd

Hey Hilde!

By Ross Hammond

Hey Hilde by Ross Hammond is a beautifully presented children's book, part of a series of “Hey Books” planned by an organization based in Bolivia known as CIWY. What does CIWY do? For more than 20 years now, CIWY has dedicated its efforts towards battling...

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Your Big, Beautiful Brain

By Reading Monster

Your Big, Beautiful Brain is an educational picture book for children written by Reading Monster. What is your brain like? Although it is immensely powerful, it can actually fit in the palms of your hands. But, while small, consider what it can do. You can...

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Growing Up Lilly Roo

(Mom's Choice Award Recipient)
By Rachelle Wilfong

Growing Up Lilly Roo by Rachelle Wilfong revolves around Lilly Roo who realizes that she is growing up and can do a lot of things. She can skip, jump, and twirl around. Now that she is big she cannot fit into her shoes. Her pants...

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A to Z Mindfulness

A coping skills coloring book for kids
By Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina

A to Z Mindfulness: A coping skills coloring book for kids is an interactive educational book for children written by Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina and illustrated by Ignacio Guerrero Hernandez. Each page in this workbook contains illustrations for kids to color, as well as...

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Maribel's Rainy Day

By Leanne Richter and Shauna Havlina

What a delightful book for children! Delight is what children will experience while enjoying Maribel’s Rainy Day, beautifully designed by Jeffrey Vallis and superbly illustrated by Ignacio G. But what teachers and parents will find especially pleasing is the content of Maribel’s story, written by...

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Toenail Soup

By C.M. Walsh

Toenail Soup is a humorous story for children, grades K-3, written by C.M. Walsh. Joey was a pretty typical seven-year-old, who loved going out and playing with his dog and watching bugs and other creepy crawly critters, but he certainly did like strange food. Joey’s...

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Same Starry Sky

By Erin Christie

Same Starry Sky by Erin Christie is a beautiful story about the challenges faced by the families who have a parent deployed in the military. The child in the story feels sad when her father goes away on duty. His presence is missed because there...

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K.C. & Kayla's Science Corner

The Life Cycle of an Apple
By Carol Basdeo

Why would K.C. be digging in the garden? That’s what Mom wanted to know. It led to a series of questions, starting with: “Why are you digging up the garden?” Each of K.C.’s answers lead to another question as the young boy shares his new...

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Green Snakes on the Ceiling

By Sandy Richards

In her latest book, Green Snakes on the Ceiling, award-winning writer Sandy Richards has come up with a delightful way for children to learn colors and counting, along with identifying various animals who find themselves in the weirdest situations ever! You don’t have to be...

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Kitty Kat, Kitty Kat, Tell Me What's New!

By Finnajane MacLeod

Told in the words of an obvious cat lover, Kitty Kat, Kitty Kat, Tell Me What's New! is a delightful rhyme thoroughly describing a house cat’s activity. The aforementioned Kitty Kat plays with the narrator’s shoe laces, speaks, plays the piano, suns itself and chases...

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