Children - Social Issues

Monkey Bandit

Manners on a Playdate
By Maria Ellis

Monkey Bandit goes to play with Lilly in the storybook Monkey Bandit: Manners on a Playdate by Maria Ellis. Monkey Bandit is very excited at seeing all the toys and he sees Lilly painting. Monkey Bandit snatches the brush from her hand and starts to...

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My Community

By Raven Howell

My Community by Raven Howell is a story which follows the life of a little girl as she goes through her day and meets all the different people in her community. The story follows everyone from the trash men, mailman, bus drivers, teachers, all the...

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My Brown Skin

Hey Carter! Books
By Dr. Thomishia Booker

"When God created me I was the only thing on his mind." My Brown Skin (Hey Carter!) by Thomishia Booker is a cute story about a little boy whose skin is the perfect shade of brown and he is happy about it. His skin glows...

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Mia's Reflections

By Ginger Marks

Mia’s Reflections by Ginger Marks is an attractive book with colourful illustrations. The theme is that of a young girl learning that looks are not everything; it is important and very appealing to be “nice on the inside” – to think of others, human and...

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Meet the Pops

By Belinda Barbieri

Meet the Pops is a children’s adventure story by Belinda Barbieri. Coco is excited that she and her brother, Soda, are starting school today. But Soda doesn’t feel that way because he’s adopted and believes he won’t make any friends. No one wanted to make...

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Mirror, Mirror

By Barbara Freeman

Mirror, Mirror by Barbara Freeman is a children’s book suitable for young children of grade second onwards. Mirror, Mirror is a story about a young black child named Tina Thomas who lives in Omaha with her parents and sisters. Tina is sometimes sad about her...

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My Puppy Thinks She's A Brown Cow

By Kimberley J. Allen

My Puppy Thinks She’s a Brown Cow by Kimberley J. Allen is the adorable story of a little pup who eats grass whenever she goes to the park, on walks, on the way to school, and on the way back home from school. She eats...

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My Fox Begins

By David Blaze

Little Fox is different from all the other young foxes. For one thing, he can stand on his hind legs. In fact, he prefers walking on just his hind legs. And, he can talk to and understand humans, as well as other animals. His mother...

Me, G, and the Locust Tree

By Clay Anderson

Me, G, and the Locust Tree by Clay Anderson is an illustrated children’s book about life cycles - our life cycles to be specific - and how ordinary things around us, like trees, can come to mean something endearing. This appears to be taken from...

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My Twin Sister And Me

By Emiliya Ahmadova

My Twin Sister and Me: A Scout Always Does Her Best by Emiliya Ahmadova revolves around twelve-year-old twins Rafaela and Julieta, who live with their parents and fifteen-year-old sister, Karla. Julieta is concerned over the freckles on her face and she finds them ugly. Valeria,...

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