Children - Non-Fiction

Pepe Learns to Run Again

An Inspirational True Story
By Christina Potter

Chester is getting a puppy and he is excited. After breakfast, Chester, along with his mom and dad, go to the breeder’s house and there they see a black and white puppy with a wagging tail. Chester tells his parents that his name is Pepe...

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Perfectly Imperfect

By Marion Reeves

Eating disorders are not taken seriously enough by society. Many people think that eating disorders will go away if they eat properly. Perfectly Imperfect by Marion Reeves is a book about the author’s life that shows readers the pervasive impact of an eating disorder and...

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Playing It Safe With Mr. See-More Safety

Let's Rap and Rhyme
By Janis Rafael

As a parent, it's our job to teach our children about safety, and to establish good habits and life skills. Playing It Safe With Mr. See-More Safety: Let's Rap and Rhyme by Janis Rafael is an excellent children’s book that will provide your children with...

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Plate Tectonics

The Engine Inside the Earth (In Depth Science Book 3)
By Judith Hubbard

Plate Tectonics: The Engine Inside the Earth (In Depth Science Book 3) by Judith Hubbard is an educational and informative book for young readers that gives them in depth details about Earth and its movements. Plate tectonics cause volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and many other natural...

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Painting in the Dark

Esref Armagan, Blind Artist
By Rachelle Burk

Painting in the Dark: Esref Armagan, Blind Artist by Rachelle Burk is about Esref, who is blind from birth. Though he could not see, Esref drew to understand the environment and feel connected with the world. He could understand the shape of objects by touching...

Pip! Zip! Hatch! Love!

A Complete Kid's Guide To Keeping Chickens ( Raising Backyard Chickens, Great for Children and Adults)
By Susanne Blumer

Pip! Zip! Hatch! Love!: A Complete Kid's Guide To Keeping Chickens (Raising Backyard Chickens, Great for Children and Adults) is a nonfiction guide to raising chickens written by Susanne Blumer. The author thinks chickens can be fun pets and entertaining companions, and her book gives...

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Parts of Speech Parade

New York City
By Irina Gonikberg Dolinskiy

Grammar can be dry and boring, or it can be vivid and mnemonic. Parts of Speech Parade, written by Irina Dolinskiy and illustrated by Mark Adams, dusts off the basic parts of grammar and introduces them with rhyme and rhythm set against colorful New York...

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Paula and her Multi-coloured Hair

By Carmen Parets Luque

Paula and her Multi-coloured Hair, a children’s book written by Carmen Parets Luque, is a short story that illustrates how a girl experiences various emotions. Paula experiences sadness when her father leaves for work and her hair turns blue and wraps around her like a...

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Presenting: It's Time to Share

Book 8 of the Writing is a Process series
By Terri Kelley

Presenting: It’s Time to Share! is Terri Kelley’s last book in the Writing as a Process series. In this book, Kelley summarizes the whole process, beginning with brainstorming then the rough draft. After the rough draft, the editing occurs; then the writer and others meet...

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Poems and Prose

For How Life Goes (Volume 1)
By Roanne H. FitzGibbon

Very simple and easy to understand, Poems and Prose for How Life Goes would be a lovely book to introduce children to the world of poetry. Roanne H. Fitzgibbon writes with a sing-song quality all about the domestic duties that a child and their stay-at-home...

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