Children - Social Issues

The Girl Who Said Sorry

By Hayoung Yim

The Girl Who Said Sorry is a book about gender identity in today’s society, written by Hayoung Yim and illustrated by Marta M. Forever criticized for her clothing, her body shape, her voice, her mannerisms, being too proud when winning, and being given so much...

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Felipe Femur

By Russell Dorn

What would you do if you were a lonely skeleton living in a closet? Felipe Femur by Russell Dorn is an adorable children's picture book about a fun-loving skeleton that lives in the spooky village of Toonstone with his uncommon, but caring friends. Felipe Femur...

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Bucky

By Ralph Baldwin

Bucky is the incredible true story of a boy and his faithful dog, written by Ralph E. Baldwin and illustrated by Sudipta ‘Steve’ Dasgupta. When ten-year-old Jimmy discovers a large dog in an alley with a bucket on its head, the whole town makes a...

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Love YOU for YOU!

By Precious Allen

Love YOU for YOU! by Precious Allen takes the reader on a journey in rhyme, looking at different abilities, different cultures, different languages as well as physical attributes and showing that whatever they may be, everyone is individual and should be free and proud to...

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How Far Away is Heaven?

By Margaret Davis Ledford

How Far Away is Heaven? by Margaret Davis Ledford is an adorable and heartrending story that speaks about loss. Zachary goes to his Papa and Grandma’s house every day with his daddy and brother. They live two streets away. Zachary plays with Papa when his...

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Firefighters' Busy Day!

By Maria Bostian

Firefighters’ Busy Day! is a children’s book for young, aspiring firefighters, written in rhyme by Maria Bostian and illustrated by Chris Danger. As firefighters clean their vehicles and make sure their equipment is secure, a call comes in that a house is on fire. People...

A Dog of My Own

By Richard Clark

A Dog of My Own by Richard Clark is an adorable story of a eleven-year-old boy who loves dogs. Jonas Ridley loves to play with dogs and, being an only child, he is always on the lookout to have a dog as his friend. All...

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Polly and the Peaputts On the Move

By Rodo Sofranac

Polly and the Peaputts On The Move by Rodo Sofranac is an illustrated children’s story about the Peaputt people: what they like to do, their favorite means of travel, etc. Theirs is a color-filled, fast-moving world with roads made of edible things. The story later...

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Pepsi the Problem Puppy

By Sandi Parsons

Pepsi the Problem Puppy is a children’s book written by Sandi Parsons and illustrated by Aśka. After deciding to adopt a rescue puppy from the animal shelter, Dave Parsons quickly discovers that not all dogs are as adorable as they look in a photo. Dave’s...

Fairy Tales and Fables

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By Lucas Hucher

There is a moral to every story, a lesson to be learned. Sometimes, however, we need to hear the story, perhaps even multiple times, to understand and appreciate the moral, the lesson. If we are told to “be kind, to expect kindness in return. If...

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