Monsters Grow Up

By Mark Adam Kaplan and Glenn Scano

Author Mark Adam Kaplan’s Monsters Grow Up is a children’s book about the ins and outs of monsters' lives. Each page is dedicated to an illustration, created expertly by Glenn Scano. Each image is, for the most part, unique to the one before it, aside...

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Mother Nature's Kiss

By Lisa G. Shore

Mother Nature's Kiss is a picture book for preschool children written and illustrated by Lisa G. Shore. What was that bright light shining far off in the distance? It was something that the author had seen many years ago and wondered about, and then a...

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Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs

A STEM Career Book for Kids (STEMpowering STEM Books for Children)
By Donald Jacobsen

Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs: A STEM Career Book for Kids (STEMpowering STEM Books for Children) is an educational picture book for children written by Donald Jacobsen and illustrated by Graham Evans. Moms have the best job of all in being moms, but each...

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Monkey's New Trick

By Coral Walker

A crafty little monkey devises a new way to try a different fruit in the engaging children's story, Monkey's New Trick by Coral Walker. All the animals of the jungle enjoy the fruit of the trees. To eat the fruit, the animals must address the...

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Monkey Bandit and the Funny Toothbrush

Volume 7
By Maria Ellis

Monkey Bandit found something on the bathroom floor and he was happy about that. Monkey Bandit liked finding things. He looked to his left and right and saw nobody there. He picked it up. He saw the bristles on the top of the thing and...

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My Truly Most Favorite Fluffy Friend

The Value of Friendship
By Pamela Tomlin

My Truly Most Favorite Fluffy Friend written by Pamela Tomlin and illustrated by Tamara Piper is a gentle, warm picture book story for young children. It tells the tale of five-year-old Emma who loves soft toys. First she has Bunny Blue who is good at...

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My Heart Song

By Sister Solana D’cunha

Meet Dazzle who was born into a tribe of flying squirrels in the story My Heart Song by Sister Solana D’cunha. Dazzle could not fly and spent most of his time thinking and reading. His cousin Hopper was loyal to his friends and family and...

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Made by Maxine

By Ruth Spiro

Made by Maxine is a children’s picture book written by Ruth Spiro and illustrated by Holly Hatam. Maxine loved to tinker. She saw ways to make the coolest new creations out of old, everyday items. Sometimes they didn’t work very well, but that never stopped...

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Meet My Friends from A to Z

By Sharon Brandon

Meet My Friends from A to Z by Sharon Brandon is a colorful, educational book which helps young children learn the letters of the alphabet by assigning each letter to a name. The story starts with Meeka, whose name of course begins with M, then...

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Maya Knows A Secret (Shhh.)

My Crazy Stories Series - Book#2
By Daniel Georges

Maya Knows a Secret (Shhh.) by Daniel Georges explains to young readers what a secret means. Maya asks her dad what a secret is and he explains it to her. He tells her that when someone tells her something and asks her not to repeat...