Where Do Hearts Grow?

A Little Book of Hidden Hearts
By Debi Novotny

There are lots of shapes that appear in nature and in everyday objects all around us. The most interesting shape, however, is the shape of a heart. We’re all familiar with that shape, but have you given thought to where you might see this shape?...

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Kindergarten Kapers

By Sabrina Runyon

Kindergarten Kapers: The Sabrina Series, written by Sabrina Runyon, is an autobiographical story. The author’s note details that she grew up poor in West Virginia and had to move five times before second grade. Sabrina is excited to start Kindergarten and on her first day...

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Did You Know?

By Ashok Bhaskaran

Nine-year-old Jason is amazed at the fascinating history behind all the marvelous things he can do. For instance, he just received a tablet for his birthday. He did some research on tablets and learned that the first tablets were made of mud and were used...

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Freddy and the Veggies

By Ngozi Edema

Freddie and the Veggies is an illustrated picture book written and illustrated by Ngozi Edema. Freddie is a young boy who loved his diet of sweets and other delicious treats. He smiles brightly as he feasts on foods that have little or no nutritional value....

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Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures

Strange, Weird Animals That Share Our World! (The Weird & Wacky Planet series) (Volume 2)
By K.B. Carr

Have you ever heard of a Kakapo or an Aye Aye? Or how about a Bumblebee Bat or a Saola? I haven’t either. But these are some pretty weird animals. The sad part is that these animals are endangered, like the Bumblebee Bat which is...

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Girls Can Be Anything

By Dr. Tamecca Rogers, London Love

Girls Can Be Anything is a children’s book written by Dr. Tamecca Rogers, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Tulsa Technology Center, and London Love, a third-grader herself. The story takes place on Inauguration Day in America when Kamala Harris becomes the new...

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S is for Solvang

An ABC
By Jane Faulkner

Every community has a unique story to tell. Solvang, in the Santa Ynez Valley of California, was founded in the early 1900s by three Danish immigrants. The town that grew in this luscious coastal area evolved with a little bit of Danish culture, mixed with...

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Outside the Box

Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories Without End for Learning and Discussion
By Taylor Sapp

Outside the Box: Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories without End for Learning and Discussion by Taylor Sapp is a book you should have if you want to write in a creative, imaginative way. It is written for students and works like “writing prompts.” There is...

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Kids Workbook 2

PRESCHOOL WORKBOOKS AGE 4, KIDS WORKBOOKS PRESCHOOL, EDUCATIONAL BOOKS, EDUCATIONAL BOOKS FOR TODDLERS
By Talented Tinies, Fran. S

Kids Workbook 2 by Talented Tinies and Fran. S is a really neat workbook with tons of different things for small children to do. From the different ways of learning the alphabet to the different ways of brushing your teeth, this workbook covers a lot...

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Who Knows Whose Nose?

By J. P. Taylor

I think I can recognize my dog’s nose and the noses of the rest of my family. But the other noses? I’m not so sure. All living, breathing creatures have noses and they’re all different. How observant are we of the actual nose of an...