Children - Social Issues

Jaxon's Magical Adventure with Black Inventors and Scientists

Just Imagine...What If There Were No Black People in the World?, Book 1
By Tamara Shiloh

Jaxon's Magical Adventure with Black Inventors and Scientists is an educational book on Black history for children and preteens written by Tamara Shiloh. Jaxon was finding it quite difficult to relax -- and for good reason. In a week’s time, he’d be playing the role...

Janie Gets A Genie For Christmas

By David Blaze

What an amazing and magical little gem appears for the holidays in Janie Gets a Genie for Christmas by David Blaze. This may be a children’s book, but like any truly great one, Janie Gets a Genie also targets the adult perspective – not to...

Jack and Almost Jill

A True Story of a Twin Adoption
By Jackie McReynolds-Ruchti

A subtle surprise awaits the reader of Jack and Almost Jill, a beautiful children’s book based on the author’s true life story, written by Jackie Ruchti with illustrations by Hazel Quintanilla. All the elements of a truly engaging read are present, along with the most...

Jack Sprat's Wife

By Terri Kelleher

Jack Sprat's Wife by Terry Kelleher is an exciting new take on a classic nursery rhyme. The book follows Jack Sprat and his wife, Jane. Jack eats healthy foods, and is a very healthy person, but Jane eats mostly unhealthy foods. One day Jack asked...

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Jake is Different

By Rosita Bird

Jake is Different, written by Rosita Bird, follows a young boy named Jake. Jake has autism and he is starting school for the first time. Going to school is a different experience for Jake, and he doesn't like the noise the children make. Jake doesn't...

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Jenna's Truth

By Nadia L King

Jenna's Truth by Nadia L King is a well-crafted story centered on a girl’s struggle to reach out, the hurt that results from it, and her journey towards self-awareness, self-acceptance, and redemption. All Jenna ever wanted was to “be noticed at school” and “to be...

Jacqueline

By Jackie Minniti

In Jacqueline, author Jackie Minniti tells a story she grew up hearing about the real life Jacqueline Falna, a young girl in war-torn France following the Nazi invasion of her country. Jacqueline’s father is missing in action and believed to be dead. Struggling with her...

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Jacob and Sam

A Friendship Story
By Kristi O'Callahan

Kids are often confused about anything or anyone different from themselves or what they are used to being around. It is normal and very common. Thus it's usually the case when meeting different people. Sam is a new student and notices a boy (Jacob) in...

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Joshua of Gaia

The Morgul Maze Volume 2
By M G Goggin

The Morgul Maze is the second book in the Joshua of Gaia series, written by M.G. Goggin. Joshua is one of eighteen orphans who are regularly bullied by the bigger kids and mistreated by a cruel headmistress, Gertrude (aka Whale). Josh has flashbacks of how...

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James and Games that are Not Games

By Andrea Carrera

Can you say, "Cute?" James and Games that are Not Games by Andrea Carrera is an adorable illustrated children's picture book telling the tale of James, a little boy (portrayed by the animal character of a fox) who is a bully. The story starts out...