Mighty Mila

An Inclusive Children's Book about an Unstoppable Deaf Girl
By Katie Petruzziello

Katie Petruzziello's Mighty Mila: An Inclusive Children's Book about an Unstoppable Deaf Girl is about a bright and amazing young girl named Mila. Mila is a creative, smart, and hardworking girl. However, she feels frustrated because her parents are not treating her like a big...

Molly's Big Score

By Katie Purcell

Molly's Big Score by Katie Purcell is about Molly, a girl with cerebral palsy. She desperately wants to play in the upcoming soccer game, but she struggles with simply kicking a soccer ball. From there, she must make a choice: will she give up and...

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Mosley The Feelings Monster

By Dayna Mason

Mosley the Feelings Monster, written by Dayna Mason and illustrated by Delane Hollstein, is a children's picture book revolving around a day in the life of a monster named Mosley and a series of emotions they experience throughout. The book begins with Mosley spotting a...

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Maria wants a dog Maria veut un chien

From the series Little Miss Maria's World (Bilingual English-French picture book for kids) (Little Miss Maria's World 1)
By Brenda Akwar

Maria wants a dog - Maria veut un Chien by Brenda Akwar is a colorful, fun, educational book. It is the story of a little girl named Maria who loves dogs. She has just turned six years old, at which age her father promised her...

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Mango (the long haired ginger cat) Learns She Is Adopted

It's OK to be different because love is what makes a family
By Grandma Krazy

Mango (the long-haired ginger cat) Learns She Is Adopted by Grandma Krazy is a children’s picture book about a cat named Mango who feels a little bit different from the rest of her family and struggles to find her footing at first. What is revealed...

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Max Odor Does Not Stink

By Greg Trine

Max Odor Does Not Stink is a joyful and youthful story written by Greg Trine. As he embarks on his journey through the first year at Robert Frost Junior High, Max Odor (pronounced Odder) has some huge shoes to fill. Not only does his older...

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Money Plan

By Monica Eaton

Mia loves going shopping with her mommy on Saturdays. She likes to help add things to the cart and she takes care of the coupons which Mommy says save them lots of money. When she sees her ice cream treats, she wants to add them...

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Madeline the Mermaid

Happy to be Colorfully Me
By Julie Awerkamp and Holly Andreason

In the charming story Madeline the Mermaid: Happy to be Colorfully Me by Julie Awerkamp and Holly Andreason, Madeline wishes she could fit in with the rest of her friends, but because she is pink, she is very self-conscious about her looks. She’s taunted and...

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Milo The Albino Dino

A story that teaches about diversity and Inclusion
By Dolev Zaharony

Milo The Albino Dino is a children’s picture book written by Dolev Zaharony and illustrated by Marian Naseif. The story starts with Milo, an albino massospondylus dinosaur. His congenital disorder is rare amongst other dinosaurs, making him one in a million. While it is cool...

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My Protest

By Linda Gaston-Bessellieu, Tawana Bessellieu, Jaliyah Bessellieu-Webb

The picture book and early reader My Protest, written by Linda Gaston-Bessellieu and co-authored by Tawana Bessellieu and Jaliyah Bessellieu-Webb, describes from a first-person perspective how a little girl, Jaliyah, together with her mother, aunt, and cousin Camille, attends a Black Lives Matter protest. She...

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