Children - Social Issues

Herbie the Hairy Monster

By Colleen Driscoll

Meet Herbie, a friendly hairy monster, in Herbie the Hairy Monster by Colleen Driscoll. Herbie plays in a dumpster and one day three boys are walking by, having fun and playing ball when they hear him crying. They are surprised to see him cry because...

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I Love My Hair

By Nevaeh Nicole Brooks-Brown

I Love My Hair by Nevaeh Nicole Brooks-Brown is an adorable story that speaks about acceptance and embracing your own self. Nevaeh, the girl in the story, likes the spirals and curls in her hair, and she likes to wear it natural without any chemicals....

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Harry The Happy Mouse

Teaching children to be kind to each other.
By N.G.K.

Meet Harry the mouse who lives in the English countryside in Harry the Happy Mouse: Book 2: Summer by N.G.K. Harry lives under a bridge with his wife and today he is feeling happy and is thinking of good things. Every summer evening after eating,...

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The Medal Muddle

Gummshoes, Mission #2
By E. J. Gore

The Medal Muddle is the second instalment of the Gummshoes children’s book series, written by E.J. Gore. When Devlin Cave – a fourth grader – is bullied at Carson Road School, the Gummshoes take action, rescuing him from the sixth grade Boneheads who thrive on...

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The Santa Thief

By Alane Adams

All Georgie wants for Christmas is a new pair of skates. His old ones are too small and he loves skating on the pond when it freezes over. But times are tough and there’s not much money to buy gifts. Papa even said that Santa...

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The Struggle

4 Girls & 1 Bathroom (The Struggle Books) (Volume 2)
By Patrice S Smith, Donna Smith, Shannon Smith, Charity Smith, Faith Smith

What happens when four girls have to cohabit, especially in sharing a bathroom? The result is The Struggle: 4 Girls & 1 Bathroom (The Struggle Books) (Volume 2) by Patrice S Smith, Donna Smith, Shannon Smith, Charity Smith, and Faith Smith, the sequel to The...

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The Ancient Sacred Tree

Birthing a Hero
By Award Winning Author - Dawnette Brenner

The Ancient Sacred Tree: Birthing a Hero is a mythological adventure fantasy novel for children and young adults written by Dawnette Brenner. Joshua’s mom and dad were getting divorced. It was absolutely the worst news he could ever imagine receiving, and what made it even...

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Zegar Mazel

It All Started in 1951
By Marc Zegar

Zegar Mazel: It All Started in 1951 is a collection of autobiographical adventure stories for children written by Marc Zegar. Zegar was in his forties when he finally started his family, and, due to his personal circumstances, he had to raise them without their experiencing...

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The Fed-Up Cow

By Peta Lemon, Maria Dasic Todoric

The Fed-Up Cow is a children’s picture book, written in rhyme by Peta Lemon and illustrated by Maria Dasic Todoric. Unhappy with being a boring brown cow which does nothing all day except moo, Hilda the cow decides to take affirmative action. Initially trying to...

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My Cat Ate My Homework

By David Blaze

My Cat Ate My Homework by David Blaze is an exciting adventure and fantasy story for young readers. Melissa Morgan is in grade six and not good at math. On Thursday, in school, Melissa cannot answer her math teacher’s question. Melissa is good at every...