Bee, Honey Bunny and Me

Yucky, Yummy Carrots
By Lavelle Carlson

In Bee, Honey Bunny and Me: Yucky, Yummy Carrots by Lavelle Carlson, we are introduced to a little girl named Leni who hated carrots. No matter how hard her mother tried, she just didn’t want them at all. Leni was called ‘The Bunny Whisperer’ because...

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Dilly Duck Plays All Day

By Holly DiBella-McCarthy

Written by Holly DiBella-McCarthy and illustrated by Pradyut Chatterjee, the children's counting book Dilly Duck Plays All Day takes readers on a day in the life of a pond duck named Dilly. Dilly finds herself on the edge of a lake alone and bored, and...

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How Silly Billy Cool Got His Name

By Taylor Lee Treybig

When children are motivated they will be bold enough to try new things and this can help them develop new interests. The right incentives will keep children trying despite the difficulties they may face. It's not always easy to find encouragement when things are difficult,...

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The Power of Kindness and Treats!

By Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D.

The Power of Kindness and Treats! by Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D. is the story of a young dog, Porshe Bella, who is planning a birthday party and asks her friend, Turbo, to go with her and invite her friends to the party on Saturday. Porshe...

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When a Virus Takes Over the World

By Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D.

When a Virus Takes Over the World by Patricia A. Brill, Ph.D. aims to educate children on the Corovirus pandemic, including what is a virus, how it spreads, how to protect yourself and others, and what you can do while at home. The story takes...

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AntonTon

By Grigor Vitez, Irena Stanic Rasin

In AntonTon by Grigor Vitez, and translated by Irena Stanic Rasin, we are introduced to a very odd individual with the same name as the title. He does things on his farm that many people find strange and just outright weird. AntonTon thinks a lot...

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Jake the Growling Dog Shares His Trail

A Children's Picture Book about Sharing, Disability Awareness, Kindness, and Overcoming Fears
By Samantha Shannon

Jake loves wandering through the woods. He growls at everything and everyone – in a friendly sort of way, of course. He enjoys meeting all of nature’s wonderful creatures and he’s made friends with many of them, especially Neet the squirrel. While Jake dashed through...

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Grandma, I Don’t Want To Go To Sleep

A Forever Love Tale
By Richard Ceasor

In Grandma, I Don’t Want To Go To Sleep: A Forever Love Tale by Richard Ceasor, we are introduced to a little boy who is troubling his grandma because he doesn’t want to go to bed. His grandma tries to explain why it is necessary...

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Ice Cream with Grandpa

A Loving Story for Kids About Alzheimer’s & Dementia
By Laura Smetana

We often delay talking about illness and death with children. It is normal not to worry them unduly, but they need to be informed about possible real-life situations to avoid confusion should these arise. This will enable them to externalize their doubts and fears. Ice...

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All Life Matters

By Mary Lynne Zahler

Children should connect more with nature. Understanding the diversity among living things will allow them to see life differently and they will be able to interact with their environment appropriately. They will also appreciate the role of people in the world. All Life Matters reminds...

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