Baked In

The Dreamscape Series
By Ammie Elliott

Dreaming of sugarplums and all things sweet? Well, if you have a parent who loves to bake, and who loves to have you help with the baking, then you’re bound to have the most delicious sweet dreams ever. Imagine dancing with gingerbread men, or sliding...

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Baby Princess and the Lost Doll

By Jacquitta A. McManus

Baby Princess was out in Market Street with her mother and her favorite doll. The shops were filled with things from different lands and there were people everywhere. She saw a doll her size in one of the shops and it made faces. Though...

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Baby Squashy Face

By Becky Carlyle

Baby Squashy Face by Becky Carlyle is about a little baby in his high chair getting ready to eat his meal. When his mom spoonfeeds him the first bite, he isn’t sure what to do with it once the squishy food is in his mouth....

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But What Do I See?

By Alyssa Harris

But What Do I See? is a children's book written by Alyssa K. Harris and illustrated by Sidra Mehmood. Regardless of the texture of your skin, the color of your eyes, the length of your hair, your height, your smile, your shape, or more, you...

Bella's Bubbles and Butterflies

By Wanda Kay Knight

It was Bella's first day of school and as she jumped out of bed, she felt bubbles in her belly. While Bella put on her first-day-of-school clothes, ate her breakfast, and put on her shoes, she felt bubbles in her belly. Bella was excited to...

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Being Calm

Flutterpie's Yoga Adventures and Mindful Mantras
By Navnish Kaur Khera

Flutterpie liked helping others; she was strong-minded and spread kindness with her charm. Flutterpie was friends with Squeaky the caterpillar. Squeaky was timid, joyful, and she loved sports. Squeaky and Flutterpie spent a lot of time together. There was this annoying grasshopper, Hexa, who loved...

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Big H and Little h Dog

A Disability Awareness Inclusive Children's Book Full of Hope!
By Victoria Smith

Big H and Little h Dog, written by Victoria Smith and illustrated by Sketchy La Rue, is a children's inspirational book about a dog who wishes for nothing more than to be able to run and play. Little h is introduced in the middle of...

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Bringing Grandma Home

A Coronavirus Tale
By Stanley G Buford

In Bringing Grandma Home by Stanley G Buford, we are introduced to Tee and Kay, who are two sisters unhappy because of all the changes the Corona Virus has brought about. They weren’t able to go to school, play at the park with friends, or...

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Believe in Fairies

By Wayne Gerard Trotman, Sherrie Trotman

In the children’s book Believe In Fairies, we are introduced to the magical fay who come out at night and play. They keep the meadows and fields alive with their magic. Their magical dust protects the plant life by filling their blooms with special powers....

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Becoming Beautiful

By Tarang Rawat

Alena's friends had come over to celebrate her eighth birthday and her mom had taken time to bake a cake and a delicious birthday meal. Alena's friends all looked different; while Emma was short, Olivia was tall, Sofia was dark, Kathleen had light skin, Jessie...

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