Now You’re It

Journaling to Perseverance
By Dr. Tamecca Rogers, Keith Ross

Now You’re It: Journaling to Perseverance by Dr. Tamecca Rogers and Keith Ross is a lovely non-fiction do-it-yourself guide (so to say). It allows young people (and even older ones) to discover the achievements of African Americans while encouraging them on the paths of media...

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Nini Bells

She's Got This
By Kris Ufkes-Stertzer

Nini Bells is a seven-year-old girl with blonde curls and green eyes. She speaks two languages and loves to wear dresses. She is taken care of by a nanny named Pat. Pat is the only one around and Nini is close to her. Not only...

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New School New Rules

By C D Murray

Corina is starting school in a new town in the middle of her fifth-grade year. It’s so unfair to be uprooted like this and she is worried about every little aspect of this turn of events. Will she make friends? Will her best friend Lisa...

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No, No, No!

By Justine Avery

No, No, No! by Justine Avery will have parents both relating to and laughing at each of the naughty activities this baby gets up to. From making a mess at dinner time to cutting up things they shouldn't, this naughty baby learns what they should...

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Now I'm Really Mad

A Story about Controlling Anger
By J.J. Shegog

In Now I’m Really Mad: A Story about Controlling Anger, a picture book written by J.J. Shegog and illustrated by Muhammad Tahir, a little Black girl, Rita, has a problem controlling her temper. She is reprimanded by her parents for being mean to her younger...

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Not So Bad After All

By Daniel Amaguana

Daniel felt nervous when he went to school sometimes, though his friends were cool. Though he liked the clothes he wore to school, at times it worried him too. He was scared of raising his hand in class, but then he thought he could do...

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No Time For Zebras

By Joan Schweighardt

There’s more to life than zebras. Or, is there? One little boy is so fascinated with zebras, that’s all he sees. He sees them in everything, even the spoon he uses to eat his cereal. His mother understands to a point, but she wants him...

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Noble, The Christmas Tree Nobody Wanted

By Eric VanTuyl

In Noble, The Christmas Tree Nobody Wanted by Eric VanTuyl, we are introduced to Noble, a young sapling who wanted nothing more than to become a beautiful Christmas tree like all the others around him on the farm. He dreamed of being decorated and bringing...

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Ned

Who Am I Really?
By Kristin Gattens and Nicole Regan

Ned: Who Am I Really? by Kristin Gattens and Nicole Regan is a children’s illustrated story about Ned, a boy who one day hears a voice in the wind. It comes seemingly from within and without, asking him a very important question: who is he?...

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Numa and the Pirates

By Brian Kim, Rachel Kim

Numa and the Pirates by Brian Kim and Rachel Kim is a picture book about Numa who lives on an island and has two problems: a bad leg and bad breath. Numa is a Mooglian who is not accepted by the other children. He does...

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