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Winifred Rose Armstrong

IT Happened
By Lillie Sloan

Winifred Rose Armstrong: IT Happened by Lillie Sloan shares the story of a kindergartner who thinks life is just wonderful. She has friends. She has fun at school. She has her parent’s attention. She’s an “I’m in charge” kind of kid. That is until her...

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Westie Tails

Meet Two Little Westies
By Cindy W. Hollingsworth

Watson and Bill are Westies. Or, more accurately, West Highland white terriers. They’re small, cute and full of love and energy. A day with Watson and Bill is full of fun surprises, as well as the regular routine of eating, playing and just enjoying life...

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Who Are You

By Shanti Prem

The little girl in the story Who Are You by Shanti Prem is free spirited and does not want to be tamed. She says she came into this world clear minded and free, and no one has any right to clip her wings. She wants...

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Worst Summer Camp Ever

A Brad Finkley Book
By Jennifer Waddle

Summer camp! Visions of swimming, fishing, campfires, and new friends. That’s what Brad Finkley thinks when his mother tells him he’s going to summer camp. Worst Summer Camp Ever by Jennifer Waddle has all of those elements, but not in the way Brad thinks. His...

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Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family

How to explain to your child a new baby is on the way (Being a Big Brother or Sister Will Be Wonderful)
By Susan M. Tarrant

Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family by Susan M. Tarrant is an insightful and fascinating book that will help children feel good about being a brother or a sister. The baby is excited to know that it is connected to its...

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Warrior Princess

By Kris Ayers

Warrior Princess is a children’s picture book written by Kris Ayers and illustrated by Tina Unrein. In the small, hidden magical village of Feliz, all residents are openly welcomed with a smile. The Warrior Princess of the village, Kiana, spends each day and night patrolling...

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Why Are People Bullied?

The Adventures of Gleeson and Cormac, Book 2
By Molly O'Rourke

Why Are People Bullied? is the second installment in The Adventures of Gleeson and Cormac series, written by Molly O’Rourke and illustrated by Kalpart. When Gleeson and Cormac – two frogs from Main Pond – learn about an upcoming class about bullying, they decide...

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Waffles And Pancakes

A Lesson In Being Different
By Cindy Springsteen

Waffles And Pancakes: A Lesson In Being Different is a beautifully told children’s tale about diversity, written by Cindy and Daniel Springsteen, and illustrated by Carol Ann Whittle. Waffles and Pancakes are two tiny hamsters who are enjoying family visitors at Christmas time. When gifts...

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Wanda and Winky

The True Story of the Detroit Zoo's Last Two Elephants
By Linda K McLean

In Wanda and Winky: The True Story of the Detroit Zoo's Last Two Elephants, Linda K. McLean has clearly captured the plight of elephants held in captivity through a compelling use of poetry and prose. The words tell the real- life story of two elephants...

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Will You Believe In Me?

A Story About Skiing and Friendship
By Matt Sterbenz

Will You Believe In Me? A Story About Skiing and Friendship is an adventure graphic novel for children, grades K-3, written by Matt Sterbenz and illustrated by Ingrid Ochoa. Matt always loved skiing. When he was small, he relished the feel of the soft, powdery...

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