Children - Social Issues

Nap Time With Harry

By Claressa Swensen

Nap Time With Harry is a wonderfully picturesque children’s adventure, written by Claressa Swensen and illustrated by Yogesh Mahajan. As young twins Tony and Tina watch cars drive by on the street below, a bright red car flies up to their apartment window. Driverless, the...

Tales of a Substitute Teacher

There is a Witch's Brew in Room 22 (Volume 1)
By Sheri Powrozek

It’s only natural to become attached to a teacher, one that sees you every day and knows your good points and your bad. When that rhythm of regularity is interrupted, though, and the regular teacher is replaced by a substitute teacher, everything is different. There...

Rocky

The Rockefeller Christmas Tree
By Jennie E. Nicassio

Little Rocky is a Norway Spruce tree. He’s not as big as the other trees in the forest. Nor is he as strong, and his branches are bent the wrong way and his needles are seldom green. All Rocky wanted was to be chosen as...

The Ugly Girl Party

By Ann Herrick

On her first day at Delwick High, sophomore Faith Ticknor is experiencing a mixture of anticipation, fear, and excitement. Being the “new girl” is not fun, but at least she could hope for the best. She had friends in Brownsville and was confident she would...

Muffy & Valor

A True Story
By Karl Beckstrand

Sometimes it’s difficult to see the good in others, especially when the others look bigger and stronger. Differences can be frightening, but they don’t have to be. Muffy was a small dog. Injured by another dog, a bigger dog, Muffy decided that all big dogs...

Giggle a Little Giggle

By V.A. Trafton

Giggle a Little Giggle by V.A. Trafton is a fun read with a good message that will take young readers into the world of a little girl who giggles at everything. It is a beautiful day and, as she watches skateboarders and roller skaters whiz...

Unleashing our Baby Genius 2

Emotional Intelligence Affirmations Created Exclusively for Newborns
By Alicia Curley

Unleashing our Baby Genius Volume 2: Emotional Intelligence Affirmations Created Exclusively for Newborns by Alicia Curley with Ryan Curley is a delightfully uplifting book that reveals seven baby genius secrets. These baby genius secrets are symbols that represent the amount of love, peace, and abundance....

My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do?

Helping Military Children Cope with a Brain-Injured Parent
By Brunella Costagliola

In an effort to help children of persons employed in the military cope with a brain injured parent, the National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation, along with Brunella Costagliola, has compiled a book entitled My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do? The National Academy of...

The Girl Who Said Sorry

By Hayoung Yim

The Girl Who Said Sorry is a book about gender identity in today’s society, written by Hayoung Yim and illustrated by Marta M. Forever criticized for her clothing, her body shape, her voice, her mannerisms, being too proud when winning, and being given so much...

Felipe Femur

By Russell Dorn

What would you do if you were a lonely skeleton living in a closet? Felipe Femur by Russell Dorn is an adorable children's picture book about a fun-loving skeleton that lives in the spooky village of Toonstone with his uncommon, but caring friends. Felipe Femur...