Children - Social Issues

Ride High with the Wave

By Sharon K. Solomon

Ride High with the Wave by Sharon K. Solomon is a great story with meaningful lessons for young readers and great inspiration for older folks, a tale of friendship that develops through unusual circumstances. Two kids from two different backgrounds find themselves in a difficult...

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Ranch Hero

By Janet Fix

Do you sometimes wish for an angel to watch over you? Have you ever wondered what happens when your pet dies? Ranch Hero by Janet Fix is a colorful children's story about a ranch dog that passes on and becomes a guardian. Ziggy is a...

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Riley the Brave

By Jessica Sinarski

Riley the Brave is a children’s picture book written by Jess Sinarski and illustrated by Zachary Kline. Riley’s a pretty happy-go-lucky bear cub who enjoys having fun with his friends. He races on his scooter with his buddy, Travis; indulges his artistic side by painting...

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Rosie the Runaway Raccoon

Not So Serious Jack Series Book 6
By Jack Thompsen

Rosie the Runaway Raccoon: Not So Serious Jack Series (Volume 6) by Jack Thompsen is a heartwarming and delightful storybook for children with a beautiful message. Rosie the Raccoon wants to run in the town race. She knows she can keep up a fast pace....

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A Dog’s Journey
By William Klenk

Woof is a mutt. He doesn’t think he’s very attractive, but he does believe he has a loving family. After all, they do call him all kinds of names, like Shut Up and Stupid Dog. It makes him feel special. What he doesn’t understand is...

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Regina and Renita Tackle Nasty Nate's Nasty Ways!

By Renita Deloatch, Regina Deloatch

It’s fascinating to find a book that serves two very different purposes. Regina and Renita Tackle Nasty Nate's Nasty Ways! is a beautifully illustrated book for children in Grades K-5 that deals with the all-important issue of bullying. But it is also a very clever...

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Rude Rutherford Robin

By Sally Lee Baker

Rude Rutherford Robin by Sally Lee Baker is a fun read which emphasizes the letter ‘r’. Riley Rat finds Rutherford Robin rude and tells that to Rachel Rattlesnake. Rutherford Robin calls Riley Rat a rodent and Rachel Rattlesnake a reptile, and they both are angry....

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Rocky

The Rockefeller Christmas Tree
By Jennie E. Nicassio

Little Rocky is a Norway Spruce tree. He’s not as big as the other trees in the forest. Nor is he as strong, and his branches are bent the wrong way and his needles are seldom green. All Rocky wanted was to be chosen as...

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Rascalville

By Shalah Collins

Rascalville by Shalah Collins is the story of how a group of children cope with a terrible event. Jake is late meeting his friends in their treehouse in New York City. The temperatures are rising fast and they need to decide what they are going...

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Run, Jeremiah Run!

The Also Rans Series
By Mabel Elizabeth Singletary

We are all different. When you meet others, are you interested in getting to know them, or do you shun them because of their differences? In Run, Jeremiah Run! The Also Rans Series by Mabel Elizabeth Singletary, children will learn about hope, inspiration, and challenges...