Ninja Nickles and the Problem with Pickles

A Rhyming Story about Personal Responsibility for Children Ages 4-8 (The Adventures of Ninja Nickels Book 1)
By Leah Cupps

When we express ourselves honestly, we remain true to ourselves and are authentic. Being honest sets us free from the burden of maintaining the contradiction between what we feel and what we express. Children should be taught that telling the truth is always better than...

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Naughty Boys Camp

By Charline M Miller

Naughty Boys Camp by Charline M. Miller is a story about parental love and intervention. Lej enjoys being five as there are so many things that he can do without thinking too much of any ramifications. Lej attends a kindergarten school, and like his two...

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Naughty Nadine on Halloween

By Chrissy J. Morgan

In Naughty Nadine on Halloween by Chrissy J. Morgan, we are introduced to a mean-spirited girl who enjoys Halloween because she can be obnoxious to other children. She liked to terrorize trick or treaters, parents, and even animals all night long. In fact, she waits...

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Normal Norm

By Chad Hayward

Do you have a dream? Do you want to be something great, something that will make everyone notice you? Perhaps you’re too short or too slow. Perhaps you’re afraid of something that will impede your progress. Normal Norm by Chad Hayward describes somebody who has...

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No Dinosaurs Allowed

By Deborah Dolan Hunt

People in general, and children in particular, fear what is different. Deborah Dolan Hunt deals with this social dilemma in No Dinosaurs Allowed. Bobby has a pet dinosaur named Teddy. Of course, a dinosaur is different than all Bobby’s other friends. When Bobby and Teddy...

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Nina and the Really, Really Tough Decision

An Introduction to the Enneagram through the Lens of Decision-Making (For Children and Adults Alike)
By R. Karl Hebenstreit, Ph.D.

Nina is usually calm and relaxed but now she has to make a difficult decision. After taking a nap, she decides to call on her friends for help. Juan could help as he always did the right thing, taking his parents and their values into...

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Night Night, Norman

By Marie Dimitrova

Night Night, Norman is a work of fiction in the children’s literature genre. It is aimed at younger readers and was penned by Marie Dimitrova. The book follows the late-night adventures of Norman the horse and his curiosity about what his human friend Ellie does...

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Nola The Nurse® and her Super Friends learn about Mardi Gras safety

By Dr. Scharmaine Lawson

Nola The Nurse® and her Super Friends Learn about Mardi Gras Safety tells the story of a trip to New Orleans by a group of children. All of the main characters want to work in health-related fields when they grow up. The trip is fun,...

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Ninja School Rules

By Kim Ann

Ninja School Rules, by Kim Ann, is a 41-page-long children’s picture book about Lucas and his new ninja school. Several other children his age also begin their first day in ninja class. But Lucas is especially nervous about, well, everything. He wants to succeed and...

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Now What?

By Brenda Faatz and Peter Trimarco

Now What? written by Brenda Faatz and illustrated by Peter Trimarco is a children’s picture book about a little girl named Lizzy who is doing her best to create her very own fun-filled day. But every activity either tends to go amiss in some shape...

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