Children - Social Issues

Ollie the Owllama

By Kim Wilson

Ollie the Owllama is a children’s animal story book written by Kim Wilson and illustrated by Ashley Teets. Ollie was an Owllama, which meant he was part owl and part llama. One result of this combination was that Ollie had something funny happen whenever he...

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Oh How I Love You

By Rev.Dr.Mary J Rincon

Oh How I love You by Mary Rincon is a story of a mother who feels sorry for her daughter because her divorce ruins all the special plans she has for her daughter. She tells her daughter that the branches of the family tree...

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One Creepy Street

The Terrible Terabytes
By Lee Jordan

The Terrible Terabytes is a children’s book from the One Creepy Street series, written in rhyme by Lee Jordan and illustrated by Drew Rose. Annica is a teenage witch who is running late for school. With so many morning chores, and a broom that does...

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One Voice

By Cindy McKinley

One Voice by Cindy McKinley is a heartrending story which highlights how small acts of kindness can make a difference in people's lives. Jacob's acts of kindness towards people in the bus help him get donations for his new project. In the same way, readers...

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One Smile

By Cindy McKinley

One Smile by Cindy McKinley is a wonderful book about paying it forward. It starts with a little girl named Katie who notices a young man on a park bench - he looks like he’s having a bad day, so she smiles at him. The...

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Over the Rainbow

By Mohsen Sharifi

Over the Rainbow by Mohsen Sharifi is inspirational against all the odds that conflict showers on ordinary people. When Saddam Hussein’s chemical warfare against the civilian masses within his own country decimates the population, leaving many traumatized and burned folk in its wake, Hiwa philosophically...

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One Creepy Street

The Spider on the Web
By Lee Jordan

Lee Jordan has come up with an interesting story in One Creepy Street: The Spider on the Web to teach children about the dangers of child predators on the Internet. Jordan uses an adorable young teenage girl as the main character. Creating a humorously spooky...

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Once Upon a Time, a Sparrow

By Mary Kabrich

Once Upon A Time, a Sparrow by Mary Kabrich is the poignant story of a successful school psychologist who discovers her Grade 3 coat in the bottom of her deceased mother’s hope chest. The coat brings back long buried and disturbing memories of that particular...

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Own the Scrawny

Alexander Adventures Book 2
By Rich Samuels

Own the Scrawny by Rich Samuels is the second book in a series about Alexander. Alexander has done something pretty stupid and he did it in front of the entire school. Now a video of it has appeared online and it’s gone viral! If that...

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