Peace in War

By Lindsay Ann Fink

We live in very difficult times. Many parts of the world are plagued by war and civil disruptions. While we watch the battles in far-away places in horror, while we see first hand the plight of those close to us lashing out in anger, we...

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Beasley Helps

By Rosie Russell

In Beasley Helps by Rosie Russell, Beasley’s a little disturbed to find his favorite trees being cut down. He’s the resident, happy-go-lucky dog who takes care of everyone and everything at the farm in Shady Brook Lane. When he learns the reason for the trees’...

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Grandma, I Need a Hug

By Colleen Driscoll

Children love playing games with their grandparents, no matter what the time of day. In Grandma, I Need a Hug by Colleen Driscoll, Oliver loves playing the hugging game with his grandmother at bedtime. This book reflects the love, emotional fulfillment, and connection between a...

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Matzah Means So Many Things

By Faith Goldstein

Many children think history is boring. They shy away from history like it is the plague. However, children will love Matzah Means So Many Things by Faith Goldstein. Faith does an excellent job of introducing children to one of the holiest of the holy days...

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Rex the . . . We-Don’t-Know

By Heather Macht, Chase Jensen

Everyone likes pets. Most people have had a pet at some point. Most people also know what their pet is. It is usually a dog, cat, lizard, fish, or the like. In Heather Macht’s book, Rex the…We-Don’t-Know, Dad, Mom, Raven, and Max fall in love...

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Bubbs in Space

By Emily Jean Barnhill

Do you know a child on the autism spectrum or the parent of a child with autism? If so, this book is for you. It will help you understand the unique way that those on the spectrum interact with the world. Bubbs is a child...

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Friendship Rules

By Kimberly Davis-Peters

Having friends helps children develop emotionally and socially. Interaction with other people serves to test our different ways of relating to others. By connecting with friends, children learn to set standards, evaluate alternatives, and make decisions. Friendship Rules explains the characteristics that every friendship should...

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Dandi McLion Has Her Say

By Patrice McLaurin

Dandi Ade’ (Ah-Day) McLion is, you guessed it, a dandelion. She goes by the name Dandi and she has a lot to say. She’s rather concerned about the lack of respect people show dandelions. People destroy dandelions, calling them weeds, when in fact dandelions are...

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Pop The Bubbles

By Dr. Gail M. Walton

When friends come together, they're looking for ways to have fun and enjoy their time in each other's company. During this journey of fellowship, while seeking adventure, anything can happen. One day Bunny wanted his friends to join him on a nature adventure walk. As...

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Moneytopia: Investing

Financial Literacy for Children
By Shanshan Peer

Moneytopia: Investing is a short picture book aimed at teaching financial literacy to children. Written by Shanshan Peer with colorful illustrations by Jelena Stupar, the book follows some kids as they learn the fundamentals of money. After throwing a successful party for which they had...

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