What I Like About You

A Book about Acceptance
By Allia Zobel Nolan

What I Like About You by Allia Zobel Nolan is a powerful book for children, young adults, parents, teachers, and everyone else. It focuses on the acceptance of everyone regardless of their race, creed, tongue, and tribe. Variety, they say, is the spice of life,...

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Who Are Our Heroes?

A reminder to say “thank you!” in the time of coronavirus and beyond
By Eliana Melmed

Who Are Our Heroes? A Reminder to Say “Thank You!” in the Time of Coronavirus and Beyond is a children’s social issues picture book written by Eliana Melmed and illustrated by Amy Tian. Many of us visualize caped crusaders when we think of heroes, but,...

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Who Takes Care of Granny

By Colleen Baxter Sullivan

Jill was going to meet her Granny who lived in a big building. Jill had to climb many stairs to reach her Granny's home, where a nice lady opened the door. She was happy to see Jill, and Jill's mommy told her that it was...

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Where's My Mask?

By Cody Wittekind

Where's My Mask? is a work of fiction focusing on the themes of current social and health issues for children, and was penned by author Cody Wittekind with illustrations by artist Eryono. Written with the current pandemic health crisis in mind, this is a highly...

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Where's My Granny Gone?

By John Priest

In Where’s My Granny Gone? we meet a little girl who is curious as to where her grandmother has gone. Seeing a For Sale sign on her grandmother's lawn, when she asked her mother, she was told that her grandmother went to a nice place...

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Why Does Grandma Love Birds?

By Morgan Goudy

It may seem like such a simple thing to do, but it has so many positive benefits. I’m talking, of course, about bird watching. Mary loves to visit her Grandma, especially during the summer when she can stay overnight. Whatever they do, it’s always accompanied...

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Walkout

By Tina Shepardson

Walkout is a children’s social issues picture book written by Tina Shepardson and illustrated by Terry Sirrell. Maddie was beside herself with excitement over the upcoming school anti-violence walkout happening on Friday. She so wanted her best friend, Stella, to walk with her, but Stella...

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Walk With Hanna

Baby Steps
By Arina Az

Walk With Hanna: Baby Steps by Arina Az is the story of little Hanna as she learns that things might not be replaced, but there is always a place for some other special thing in our hearts. Baby Hanna was born a month early, but...

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Weird Weirder Weirdest

A collection of quirky tales
By Martii Maclean

When Dylan wins the carnival tossing game, his prize is hand-selected by the greasy-haired worker in charge of the game. Ignoring Dylan’s protests, the carny assures the winner that the blue ink pen is the grand prize. Feeling ripped off, Dylan isn’t aware of the...

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Willow Paradise

By Robert E. Friedle

Willow Paradise by Robert E. Friedle is a 4th to 6th-grade children’s story. Life now is so very different from life then. In 1965, we didn’t have computers, phones, tablets or video games. We had to use what we were born with – our imaginations...

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