Someone You Love Has Cancer

A Child's Guide to Understanding
By Robin Martin-Duttmann

Expertly written for a young audience, Someone You Love Has Cancer: A Child's Guide to Understanding by Robin Martin-Duttmann explains the treatment process of cancer to children. Cancer is a difficult topic, especially for children, since they may not understand what having the illness entails...

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The Worst First Day

Bullied While Desegregating Central High
By Elizabeth Eckford, Eurydice Stanley and Grace Stanley

The Worst First Day: Bullied While Desegregating Central High by Elizabeth Eckford, Eurydice Stanley, and Grace Stanley is a non-fiction memoir of what happened in the early days of desegregation and, specifically, when a young girl became the first black student to enter an all-white...

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I AM Manifesto

By SB Hilarion

I AM Manifesto by SB Hilarion is an uplifting book for both children and adults with 366 affirmations that will help to build self-belief and self-esteem. Narrated in the form of a journal through the eyes of Hao Finley and Sabine Yi Lee, this book...

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The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs

By Eve Heidi Bine-Stock

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It is a common question to young children, and sometimes they don't know enough jobs to properly answer it. However, The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock introduces children to twenty-six jobs...

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Sea Food

or Who eats who in the ocean
By Charles Messing

Seafood or Who Eats Who in the Ocean by Charles Messing is an educational and informative book that give details about the food chains and food webs that exist in the ocean. The author also gives useful information on the difference between a food chain...

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Robert Sengstacke Abbott

A Man, a Paper, and a Parade
By Susan Engle

The written word is a powerful tool. Used carefully and effectively, it can change the way the world looks at specific issues. Robert Sengstacke Abbott was well aware of the power of the written word, having helped his step-father produce a community paper in Georgia....

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Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You

if you are American
By Cultural Revivalists

Things Your Grandma Might Have Taught You…..if you are American by Cultural Revivalists is the best way to introduce children to the idea of cultural traditions and the concept of traditional foods. Nowadays children are exposed to foods that are processed, packaged, and microwaved. This...

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The Illustrated Alphabet of Vegetables

By Eve Heidi Bine-Stock

Are you sure you know your vegetables? All of them? Did you know there’s a vegetable for every letter of the alphabet? Well, only if you’re creative enough. You might think corn should be under ‘c’, but, if it’s sweet corn, it really belongs under...

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Our Super Solar System

By Camden Short

Our Super Solar System by Camden Short takes young readers on a magical trip to get acquainted with the wonders of space. The sun shines bright and the stars can be tracked. The moon orbits the earth, reflecting the sun through the night. Mercury is...

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Purim Activity Book

For kids 3-7. Coloring, mazes, hidden word games and more.
By Ronit Tal Shaltiel

Purim is a Jewish holiday in late winter/early spring. It celebrates saving the Jewish people from Haman who was planning to kill all of the Jews in his country, the ancient Achaemenid Persian Empire. It is a time to dress up in costumes, to read...

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