Solis

By Chrystal Eve Jackson

Chrystal Eve Jackson has an otherworldly friend named Solis. Solis is always there when she needs her and teaches her very important lessons along the way. Grabbing her trusty camera, Chrystal heads off with Solis as she learns important things to remember such as don’t...

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Rainbow Land

By J. M. Huxley

Rainbow Land by J. M. Huxley captures the essence of the colors of the rainbow. A little girl looks around her world and asks God if He is there. The little girl hears God speak clearly to her, yet she is challenged by the responses...

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The Safe Return

The Safe Return: Kids Wear Masks for a Safe Return to Fun During COVID-19
By Ashley Wheelock and Arwen Evans

The Safe Return by Ashley Wheelock and Arwen Evans, illustrated by Abigail Gray Swartz, takes the reader on a fast-paced and exhilarating bike ride while capturing the happy and resilient nature of children. This children’s book can be read in two ways; with everyone in...

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Ella Says: It's Cool to be Different!

By Anu D. Misa

Sometimes it’s difficult to be different: having different clothes, different hairstyles, and so on. However, it can also be cool. For one thing, if you’re not wearing the same outfits as everyone else, you’ll stand out a little more. You’ll be a novelty. Wearing bright...

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The Bully Brigade

The Turn Over
By Tamala Floyd

The Bully Brigade: The Turn Over is a social issues novel for children, grades 4-6, written by Tamala Floyd. Petey, Diego, Ruthie, Pudge, Bustah, and Charlie are Misfit Elementary’s bully brigade. They have a thing about bullying and the misery bullies inflict upon their victims,...

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Mattie Boombalatty

Wayne Gerard Trotman's Rhyming Stories
By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Change is never easy. When Mattie Boombalatty, her parents, and Grandaddy move to the city so her father can work, Mattie has to attend a new school. Making friends isn’t easy for Mattie. The girls at the new school bully her relentlessly, calling her all...

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Scottie on the Space Station

By Kaela C Green, Shannon E Green

Everyone is different. Some people walk on their own legs; others need the assistance of a wheelchair to get around. Some people speak with their mouths; others need the assistance of technology to communicate. Inside, we’re all the same: we just think and move about...

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Yogi Superhero

A Children's book about yoga, mindfulness and managing busy mind and negative emotions (The Yogi Superhero Series)
By Anna Smithers

Yogi Superhero: The Yogi Superhero Series is an educational picture book for children written by Anna Smithers and illustrated by Martyna Nejman. Smithers is a yoga teacher and therapist who works with children, ages 4-12. The Yogi Superhero program forms the basis for this book...

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The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog

Hiding in the Forest
By Dr. Renea Skelton

The Adventures of Henry the Hedgehog: Hiding in the Forest by Dr. Renea Skelton is a children’s illustrated book about friendship and fear. Henry the hedgehog and Olivia the otter, who are friends living in the woods, meet up with Brock the beaver. Brock is...

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Invisible Victim

By Coleen Liebsch

There is so much one can do on the computer, from surfing the net to chatting with friends you’ve never met, and so much more. It’s scary, really. And then there’s the growing unease around cyberbullying. Bullies have existed since the beginning of time, but...

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