Mommy I Hurt My Rump-A-Doodle

By Sharon Brandon

Mommy: I Hurt My Rump-A-Doodle by Sharon Brandon is an educational book for small children. Divided into four sections, the book is intended to develop close and attentive reading skills that help children enjoy and understand literature better, actively seek that which builds knowledge, enlarges...

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My Little Angel

By Sherrill S. Cannon

Wouldn’t it be nice if we all had a guardian angel to guide us and help us follow the rules? My Little Angel is a wonderful story of Angela who sits on your shoulder and goes wherever you go. Bold, bright colors in the artwork...

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Monster Visits The Land Of Colors

By JJ Calloway

Monster Visits The Land Of Colors by JJ Calloway is a colorful storybook for young readers in which Monster introduces them to different colors. Monster has different colors - his eyes are green, feet are purple, wings are yellow, horn is red, and body is...

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My Mama Loves Me

I'm Her Little Boy
By Shanalee Sharboneau

There is nothing quite so strong and meaningful as a mother’s love. And it’s something that’s there forever, whether we realize it or not. Mothers teach us as children; they play with us as children, and they help guide our steps along the precarious path...

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Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars?

By Rosa Purcell

If you are Christian and your kid always asks a lot of questions about where everything comes from, then Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? by Rosa Purcell would be the ideal book to read to your child. It is the charming story of a...

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Mama, Why Do Babies Cry?

By Amy Winfield

Mama, Why Do Babies Cry? is a children’s book written by Amy Winfield and illustrated by Katlego Kgabale. A young girl asks her mother why babies cry. Her mother replies that babies cry for many reasons, such as when they are hungry, their diapers...

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My Crazy Purple Pen

By Ruth Whenham

My Crazy Purple Pen is written by Ruth Whenham and illustrated by Emma K.L. Hunt. It is a charming, very funny and well-written rhyming story about a boy’s purple pen that gets up to all sorts of mischief writing inky notes with rather personal messages...

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My Dad's Beard

By Zanib Mian

My Dad's Beard by Zanib Mian is a delightfully charming story about a little boy's observation of beards. The little boy's dad has a prickly black beard. His uncle's and grandfather's beards are different. The beard tickles him when his dad kisses him. The beard...

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Mom's Birthday Gift

Piglet - Children's book collection 1
By Veena Gyanani

Mom's Birthday Gift (Piglet - Children's book collection 1) by Veena Gyanani is an adorable story filled with love and warmth. The book is about a little Piglet wanting to give a perfect birthday gift to his mother. He keeps wondering what to do. He...

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Mr Moon's Balloons

By Susan Pattison

Susan Pattison offers an interesting concept in her book for young children called Mr. Moon's Balloons. Various colored balloons escape from the hands of children at the fair. They drift up into the sky and the wind sets them free to float up to the...

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