A Little Sister for Brady

A Sibling Story About Accepting & Embracing Change
By April M. Cox

A Little Sister for Brady by April M. Cox is a delightful children’s book that helps explain feelings around change through the eyes of Brady, an adorable, fluffy Labradoodle puppy. When a new little sister arrives on the scene, Brady goes through the typical range...

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Above the Clouds

What Really Happens in Heaven During a Thunderstorm
By Stephanie Barton, Carley Barton, and Sue Milon

Have you ever wondered what causes the thunder and lightning in a rainstorm? Is there a reason to be afraid? The charming religious-themed children's story, Above the Clouds: What Really Happens in Heaven During a Thunderstorm by Stephanie Barton, Carley Barton, and Sue Milon, eliminates...

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Alpacas Don't Get Angry

By Tammy Fortune

Tammy Fortune has authored an excellent children’s book about the hard-to-handle emotion of anger. In Alpacas Don’t Get Angry, Apollo the Alpaca feels he has been wronged and becomes angry. His friends all give him pat answers, but none of them takes time to listen...

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Ari the Brave's Jungle Journey

Ari Overcomes His Hospital Stay
By Krystal Wallick

Ari the Brave's Jungle Journey: Ari Overcomes His Hospital Stay is a picture book about a small boy who has to have an operation. The author, Krystal Wallick, calls her book a “tale of courage and empowerment.” She based the book on the real-life story...

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Adam's Atomic Squirrel

By Florence McNeil Jones

Outstanding illustrations will draw children into Adam’s Atomic Squirrel, and the story will keep them turning the pages. What will happen next? Who’s downstairs making that noise and how will they solve the problem? Author Florence McNeil Jones kept my curiosity at its pique and...

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Ack! The Nantucket Duckling

By Alexa Kathrine Spurway

Everyone wants to fit in. We have the false impression that if we look like everyone else, we’ll be equal and be part of the ‘in’ crowd. Imagine being a duckling with a different – and I mean very different – beak. Ack wasn’t dubbed...

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A Sibling's Guide To Autism

By Irene Kim

A Siblings Guide To Autism is about a girl whose twin brother is on the spectrum and is writing this book for her little sister so she knows what to do when it comes to their autistic sibling. The narrator of the story wishes sometimes...

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A Rose For Grandma

A Journey through Alzheimer's
By Christiana Egi

A Rose for Grandma: A Journey through Alzheimer’s by Christiana Egi, the co-creator with her husband of a home for older adults with dementia, is an informative read that tells of the growing realization of the onset of Alzheimer’s in Annie’s grandmother. Annie has an...

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ABCs From the Bible

By Yvonne M Morgan

Have you ever considered explaining your faith alphabetically? Using keywords like angels and disciples to emphasize a letter of the alphabet? Well, that’s an interesting way to introduce young readers to faith, the Bible, and so much more, while also teaching them the alphabet and...

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A Penny In My Pocket

By C.M. Harris

“Can I have...,” little Stevie continually whined as he rode the grocery cart while his Mommy did the shopping. “No Sweetie,” she repeatedly answered. Stevie wasn’t about to give up. He wanted to know why she could buy what she wanted and he couldn’t. It’s...

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