Schneider the Spider and His Unusual Friends

By Czarina Tran-Bernett

Schneider the Spider sat looking at the beauty of the lake and the other spiders playing web-spit and catching flies. He really wished he had friends to play with him and he decided to approach a group of friendly spiders to ask if he could...

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Something Lost Something Found

By Natalia Paruzel-Gibson

Something Lost Something Found by Natalia Paruzel-Gibson tells us the story of Ella. Ella is missing someone in her life: her mother. She has good memories of doing things with her family, particularly her mother, so she begins a search to find happiness again....

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Shaina's World

My Family and Autism
By Sharice Rascoe

“Why can’t we just be like everyone else?” lamented Shaina. Thirteen-year-old eighth-grader Shaina has three brothers, and two of them, Darren and Terry, have autism. While Darren prefers to be alone and does not like to talk to people, Terry plays drums on pots and...

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Sweetie Pie Lilly

Swe'eat'ie Pie Lilly (Lil' Lilly series)
By Kathy Johnson

Lilly lived in Starlette Universe, a virtual world on earth that valued valor and self-worth. Lilly started eating sweets and it got worse and worse. Lilly hated doing anything wrong and Evil Eva wanted her gone. She also held a grudge against Lilly who once...

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Sparky's Bully Workshop

A Reason to Rhyme
By Victoria Ann Devine

“A bully is really a friend in need.” Sad, when you think of it. But don’t worry. The K-9 bully elves of the North Pole know how to set things right. They know how to teach each and every one of us to be “A...

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Stuck At Home

By Kate Avers

Self-isolation is the new norm. It’s hard enough for adults to understand. Imagine how difficult it is for children who want to be outside, playing with friends. How do they manage? Do they call grandparents or other family members regularly to share their daily activities?...

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Shiloh and Dande the Lion

Embrace diversity, accept others, and courageously be yourself!
By Ciara L. Hill

Shiloh and Dande the Lion is a picture book for children written by author Ciara L. Hill and illustrated by Christian Krabbe. A bright and colorful read which encourages its young readers to “Embrace diversity, accept others, and courageously be yourself!”, this is a work...

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Stinky Steve

By Regina Puckett

In Stinky Steve by Regina Puckett, Steve is a skunk who has two friends named Tom and Freddie. Freddie is an elephant and Tom is a giraffe who deals with the same teasing from three badger brothers named Mike, Macon, and Matt. On the way...

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Sometimes When I'm Sad

By Deborah Serani

Sometimes When I'm Sad is an educational storybook for children written by Deborah Serani and illustrated by Kyra Teis. All too often, adults overlook the emotions children feel, especially when they’re feeling sad, like the little boy in this story. When we first meet him,...

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Squilly Fixes the List in the Mist

A Story About Number Sequence
By Tashia Beaty

Father Farmer has gone away, leaving the farm in a bad state. He did leave a list but the numbers are all jumbled in a mist. Squilly visits the farm and he is different from the other on the farm. He is good with numbers...

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