Children - Social Issues

King of the Hill

A Child's Personal History of the Great Depression
By Nelda Bedford Gaydou

King of the Hill: A Child’s Personal History of the Great Depression by Nelda Bedford Gaydou is a collection of family stories from the Great Depression. It follows the adventures of Benji, the youngest of eleven children, and his share-cropping family as they move from...

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Grandma and Me

A Kid’s Guide for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
By Beatrice Tauber Prior Psy.D., Mary Ann Drummond RN

Grandma and Me: A Kid’s Guide for Alzheimer’s and Dementia is a social/health issues book for children written by Beatrice Tauber Prior Psy.D. and Mary Ann Drummond RN and illustrated by Julia Walther. Who is Grandma? She’s a little boy’s best friend. She’s the one...

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Joseph's Journey

When Dad Left and Never Came Back
By Christina Nicole Smith

Joseph's Journey: When Dad Left and Never Came Back is a nonfiction book for children written by Christina Nicole Smith and illustrated by Dolores Melgar. Joseph is a young boy who has learned about how we all make choices in our lives. Offered a choice...

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A Calf Named Brian Higgins

An Adventure in Rural Kenya
By Kristen Ball

A Calf Named Brian Higgins: An Adventure in Rural Kenya by Kristen Ball is the story of American teenager Hannah Higgins who accompanies her mom on a three-week trip to Kenya. Their goal is to help Hannah's Uncle Brian with his work in Sauri, a...

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Suppose

A Book About Liking Yourself
By Paul L Samuels

This fun filled story - Suppose: A Book About Liking Yourself - by Paul L Samuels makes children go on a chase to find their snitched noses, plucked ears, and hidden smiles taken by a mischievous boy. He snitches a little boy’s nose and sticks...

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The Panda That Learned To Ignore

By Samuel E. Pierre

The Panda That Learned To Ignore is a social issues-themed picture book for children written by Samuel E. Pierre and illustrated by Lauren Isabelle Pierre. Cuddles was having some problems fitting in with the other kids in his school. He and his parents were from...

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Garbage Collectors

Stories for Young Engineers
By Mike Grabois

Garbage Collectors: Stories for Young Engineers is an adventure story by Mike Grabois. Middle schooler Jack, whose father is an engineer, is a small-town boy who considers himself very normal. He just happens to excel at problem solving. He joins forces with his country cousins,...

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Tip & Lulu

A Tale of Two Friends
By Lauren Isabelle Pierre

Tip & Lulu: A Tale of Two Friends is a delightful children’s picture book written and illustrated by Lauren Isabelle Pierre. When Lulu, a baby leopard, tries to make friends with the other baby animals on the savannah plains, she does not understand why they...

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Mr. Hoopeyloops meets Rex, A Very Clumsy Boy

By Andi Cann

Mr. Hoopeyloops Meets Rex, A Very Clumsy Boy is a heartwarming children's book written by Andi Cann and illustrated by Fabrice Bertolotto. Rex is a young boy who dreams of helping Mr. Hoopeyloops in his glass shop. The only thing is that he's very clumsy...

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Children Have Got to Be Carefully Taught

By Kat Michels

Children Have Got to Be Carefully Taught is a children’s picture book written by Kat Michels and illustrated by A. Sutton. It always pays to bring a child up with great manners and good quality education. What many people seem to overlook nowadays is that...

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