Children - Social Issues

It's Cool To Be Kind

By Linnea McFadden

It’s Cool To Be Kind by Linnea McFadden is a story about bullying and what can happen when the situation is approached in a positive way. Things couldn’t have been going better for fourth-grader Beckett Barnes, that is until Porter Reed comes to Rock Hill...

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I Can See Peace

By Julie D Penshorn

In today's culture that seems to be focused on injustice and violence, it is important to learn how we can create peace in all types of circumstances and situations that we encounter. In I Can See Peace by Julie D Penshorn, children will see beautiful...

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Infants of the Brush

A Chimney Sweep's Story
By A. M. Watson

A.M. Watson’s Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep's Story recounts the story of a handful of boys all but enslaved by a master chimney sweep. With his widowed mother desperate for money, Egan Whitcombe, aged six, is apprenticed to Daniel Armory for three crowns,...

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It's A Bright World To Feel Lost In, by Mawson

By Mawson Bear (Mark ODwyer)

It's A Bright World To Feel Lost In, by Mawson is a humor/comedy book for children of all ages written by Mawson Bear, who is otherwise known as Mark O’Dwyer. A bear’s world is bright and shiny, and filled with infinite possibility, but sometimes waiting...

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I Love My Hair

By Nevaeh Nicole Brooks-Brown

I Love My Hair by Nevaeh Nicole Brooks-Brown is an adorable story that speaks about acceptance and embracing your own self. Nevaeh, the girl in the story, likes the spirals and curls in her hair, and she likes to wear it natural without any chemicals....

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I Love You For You

By Heather Lester

I Love You For You by Heather Lester is a delightful storybook that celebrates the concept of being different from each other yet liking each other for what they are meant to be. Children need not be the same as their parents, but that does...

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In Another Color's Shoes

By Regina Puckett

In Another Color's Shoes by author and illustrator Regina Puckett is a short children's picture book that comes with a very large message attached to it; acceptance and enjoying the differences that each person has. The tone is very easy to read and friendly. The...

I Can't Do That, YET

Growth Mindset
By Esther Cordova

I Can't Do That, YET: Growth Mindset is a children’s picture book about self-doubt, written by Esther Pia Cordova and illustrated by Maima W. Adiputri. Enna is a young girl who always seems to focus on the things that she is unable to do, often...

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I Miss My Best Friend

By Penelope Lagos

What strikes one most deeply while reading I Miss My Best Friend - a condensed tale of love, friendship, and loss – is Penelope Lagos’s decision, decisively well executed, of telling a most personal family story. This is not a generic rendition of “our family...

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In the Dog House

By J.R.Poulter

In the Dog House by J.R. Poulter is a rambunctious tale for young readers about an odd family, but in fact, as one reads on, it’s not such an odd family at all. There’s Uncle Murgatroyd, Pop, his Aussie nephew, Ma and young BC (Bang...