Children - Social Issues

Polly and the Peaputts On the Move

By Rodo Sofranac

Polly and the Peaputts On The Move by Rodo Sofranac is an illustrated children’s story about the Peaputt people: what they like to do, their favorite means of travel, etc. Theirs is a color-filled, fast-moving world with roads made of edible things. The story later...

Pepsi the Problem Puppy

By Sandi Parsons

Pepsi the Problem Puppy is a children’s book written by Sandi Parsons and illustrated by Aśka. After deciding to adopt a rescue puppy from the animal shelter, Dave Parsons quickly discovers that not all dogs are as adorable as they look in a photo. Dave’s...

Pudgy Porky

By Sally Lee Baker

Do you know what alliteration means? Sally Lee Baker is an illustrator, storyteller and author of Pudgy Porky, which is an alliterative story. Alliteration is the repetition of the initial sounds of words. In Pudgy Porky by Sally Lee Baker, the alliteration is - you...

Pepe Builds a Nest

Stories for the Early Years (Book 1)
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Lyrical and rhythmic, Pepe Builds a Nest by Theodore Jerome Cohen is a priceless gem that young readers will devour with awesome delight. I read it with my six-year-old son and he was thrilled. It’s a beautiful story simply told, a story about a penguin...

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Priceless Penny

Volume 1
By Lauren Kramer-Theuerkauf

Priceless Penny (Volume 1) is a children’s book written by Lauren Kramer-Theuerkauf and illustrated by James Sell. Penny smiles as the sun gently rises. Adoption day has arrived at the shelter and she wonders which dog-lover will adopt her. When the doors open, Penny proudly...

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Patches

By Kathryn Hodgson

Patches by Kathryn Hodgson is a heartrending story that revolves around Pat, a giant, furry bear who is warm as a bear and kind as an angel. One misty afternoon while collecting berries, Pat trips, leaving purple patches on the snow. Pat tries to see...

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Poop

By A. J. Cosmo

Poop is a children’s contemporary fiction novel written by A.J. Cosmo. Liam Anderson-Jones is a fourth-grader who’s a transferee to a new school. Elmwood is not in as good a neighborhood as his last school, but his mom is insistent that their relocation is just...

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Put Away Your Phone!

By Tracy Bryan

Put Away Your Phone! is a children’s book written by Tracy Bryan and illustrated by David Barrow. Emma is not a fan of smartphones. It doesn’t matter where she goes or what she is doing, it seems to Emma that adults always have their noses...

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Pankyland

By John Hope

Pankyland by John Hope is an adventure story for young adults. Panky had the dubious honor of being named after a Florida theme park, Pankyland. On his eleventh birthday, his family and their neighbours, the Derbers, all go to the theme park. The two families...

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Pet-Friendly Francie Scores a Pooch

By Kat E. Erikson

Pet-Friendly Francie Scores a Pooch is a children's animal book written by Kat E. Erikson. Francisca Waggit wants a dog so badly it hurts, but her father doesn't see how they can afford to take care of one. The two of them are at the...

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