Children - Social Issues

Children Have Got to Be Carefully Taught

By Kat Michels

Children Have Got to Be Carefully Taught is a children’s picture book written by Kat Michels and illustrated by A. Sutton. It always pays to bring a child up with great manners and good quality education. What many people seem to overlook nowadays is that...

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Camilla of Grayville

By William Baga

Camilla of Grayville is a wonderful story of social interaction, written by William Baga and illustrated by Donna Secour. Hidden within the gray walls of a town called Grayville, the inhabitants hide behind their phone screens and ignore all that takes place around them. One...

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Charley's Horse

By Judith Shaw

Charley's Horse is a coming of age novel for children and preteens written by Judith Shaw. Charley’s best friend, Sally, had weekly riding lessons, but Charley, whose world seemed to revolve around horses, had never even seen a horse up close. Her family didn’t have...

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Charley Meets His Neighbors

Charley, Steven, & Stella, Book 2
By Jeff Magnuson

Charley Meets His Neighbors: Charley, Steven, & Stella, Book 2 is a children’s animal picture book written by Jeff Magnuson and illustrated by Bettina Brasko. Charley likes Mapleton, the town where he and his rescue cats, Stella and Steven, live. The neighbors are all pretty...

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Cinderella

The Brothers Grimm Story Told as a Novella (Klaassen's Classic Folktales Book 3)
By Mike Klaassen

If you’re looking for a Cinderella story replete with a fairy godmother, friendly mice, and a pumpkin that turns into a coach, Cinderella: The Brothers Grimm Story Told as a Novella, as told by Mike Klaassen, isn’t it. There are rats, but they’re feared carriers...

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Christmas Best

By Diana Kizlauskas

Christmas Best is a children’s holiday-themed picture book written and illustrated by Diana Kizlauskas. Tap, Tweak, Twinkle, Plumperson and Top had very special jobs at Santa’s toy shop. Tap built dollhouses that were sturdy and strong. Tweak was the engineering expert who kept the trains...

Clarence

By Stephanie Baruffi

Clarence should be the happiest boy ever. He has a big, wonderful Italian family that loves him, his Nonna, his grandmother, is the best cook ever, and Stella, the family dog, always makes sure Clarence gets a big, wet, slobbery greeting when he comes home...

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Confessions of a Nerdy Girl: Top Secret

Diary #1
By Linda Rey

Confessions of a Nerdy Girl: Top Secret (Diary #1) by Linda Rey is an amazing book that follows a young girl named Willa as she writes in her diary. She was adopted when she was younger, and her sister is mean to her. She has...

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Children of the Future

By Jane Suen

‘Where is everyone?’ Telly, the bus driver, always took pride in being on time to pick up the school kids. That particular day he realizes that something is out of place. In Children of the Future by Jane Suen, readers learn that all the children...

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Can We Watch?

By S.A. Dymond and Shiloh Dymond

An adorable book with a positive message, Can We Watch? follows Isabelle and her brother, Joe, as they continually implore their parents: can we watch television? But one day, when the electricity goes out, Isabelle and Joe spend the time not with electronics, but playing...

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