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The Way She Saw Me By Chadrika Johnson
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The Way She Saw Me is a book based on fiction work. I was inspired to write this book after dealing with some challenges my son faced in kindergarten. My son is what some would label as ADHD and is... More > slightly taller than some children his age. When I met with his previous teacher, she said somethings that didn’t sit well with me. I felt her choice of words were out of line. With this book I want to deliver a message to educators working with children with disabilities and made up of different sizes. We as educators must watch the way we speak to children and speak of children. Speaking negative things of a child, to a child, and/or over a child plants a negative seed into children. Examples are you’ll never be, or you can’t be look at your grades. That one negative seed can start to grow or form unwanted behaviors or traumas. The adolescent stage is the most critical stage for children. We have to do better with instilling morals, values, visions, purpose and positive things into their lives and more.< Less
ODE to a GREENISH YEARN By Janet Haneberg
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Life for Mrs. Sippy, a wealthy city mouse, and preparations for her elaborate tea party were rolling along as smoothly as a professional bowling ball before the disaster struck! Her cherished pink... More > lady's slippers vanished! Disappeared! How could this be? She resides in an exquisite mansion tucked securely behind a well-guarded privacy gate and a puzzling maze. While Mrs. Sippy frets over the absence of her lady's slippers, a little green snake is on a mission traveling through the maze and after he becomes confused and befuddled his problems continue to multiply! He gets hit over the head by a flower pot which causes him to lose his memory; as time passes, he wanders aimlessly in the Kay Otic State north of the Catas Tropics until he becomes involved with three notorious foxes. Will the little snake regain his memory and be reunited with his family? Will Mrs. Sippy's lady's slippers be found before the tea party? This is a book for pre-teens. It contains 16 colorful illustrations.< Less
Kate and Sam To the Rescue By Anne Nydam
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One summer evening Sam and Kate's parents go for a walk. "We're just going around the block," says Mama, "We'll be back in fifteen minutes." But they do not come back in fifteen... More > minutes. Where could they be? The next morning Kate and Sam discover a mysterious special delivery letter in an iridescent green envelope. It's from Mama and Dad, and it says, "Dear Kate and Sam, We are very sorry we did not get back home on time last night as we promised. Unfortunately, just as we turned the corner of Elm Street, a large, fierce yellow dragon swooped down and carried us off..." So begin Sam and Kate's adventures to rescue their parents. Along the way they learn from their pet cat how to speak with animals, and they make many friends - which is lucky, because they'll encounter wolves, robbers, angry bees, fairies, magical traps and puzzles, the yellow dragon, and more. But have no fear! Sam, Kate, and their companions are kind and resourceful enough to solve any problem.< Less
How to Say Goodbye By Erika Ruiz
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When starting a new environment children should be excited and not afraid.Children become naturally afraid when starting daycare/preschool for the first time and here's why. They've spent most of... More > their early lives at this point with their parents/guardians and those whom they recognize. So being separated from them is unfamiliar and out of their comfort zone.It is expected for children to have some separation anxiety, and most of the time we don't know the way they will react. It can be a bit of a scary transition for them in the beginning. Well there's little you can do to prevent this reaction, there's a lot you can do to prepare for it.How to say goodbye is a helpful bilingual children's book that helps kids and parents prepare better when starting daycare/ preschool for the very first time.This book is a great aid in easing the shock of a new environment. Helping to make this experience as easy and memorable as possible.< Less
Oki and Harlo, fairytale friends By Cas Mesterom
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Oki, a little orphaned goat meets Harlo, a shooting star, who falls to earth and ends up in the field where Oki is asleep. They become instant best friends and together they go on a quest to find... More > Oki's momma. On their adventure, the little friends encounter wise old, Mr. Owl, Wobbly, the chicken, and a little girl named Ellie and her family. Enter a world where children can safely go and learn about making friends, being honest, and believing in dreams, as well as healthy eating and the REAL purpose of rainbows! "Oki and Harlo, fairytale friends" is the first ever draw freely e-book. The story invites the readers to make their own illustrations. There are free-draw pages that have clear instructions on what to draw. "Oki and Harlo, fairytale friends" is written for children aged 5 to 10 years, but is suitable for older children and adult kids too! It is a fun fairytale to read to your children and it is equally fun for children who are discovering the world of reading and imagination.< Less
Traci the Train By Ken Bossone
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Meet Traci The Train! A friendly, positive and loveable locomotive steam engine! She’s served the tracks of West Cheddar well carrying many children while putting smiles on everyone’s... More > faces. Traci is the nicest and kindest steam engine there is, but not everything is going poor Traci’s way. The newer and shinier trains are becoming popular and are being used more. Those trains are both faster and bigger, meaning that there isn’t much room left for poor, old Traci anymore. However, Traci is strong, and even though a lot of the old steam engines are starting to be used for scrap metal, she is able to stay positive and remain happy with the help of your child and her other friends. A young passenger (your child) doesn’t give up on Traci and gives her the support and encouragement she needs. One day one of the bigger, newer, shinier trains takes a tumble on the tracks and needs some help. But none of the bigger trains can reach him. So the question is, who can reach the stranded train and save the day?< Less
Andrew the Airplane By Ken Bossone
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There was once a little green airplane named Andrew. Nobody could fly like Andrew the Airplane, but now the newer and bigger planes don’t think Andrew is good enough to keep up with them.... More > They tease Andrew and tell him that he’s far too small to be a good plane. Unfortunately for Andrew, he’s stored away in the plane hangar while the other planes become more popular. No one remembers that Andrew the Airplane is great in the air and the world moves on. Poor, old Andrew the Airplane is left alone. Well, until your child comes along and encourages him by building his self-esteem and showing Andrew how important and special he really is. One day a storm hits and manages to split the runway in half. None of the newer and bigger planes can use the runway because now it’s too small. The nearby town’s electricity has gone out and the people living there need fresh supplies. But with most of the planes being far too large, how can the supplies be delivered using such a small runway?< Less
Saltwater Summer By Rich Eubanks
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It was getting darker as the sun quickly neared the cliff above the harbor on the western horizon. We knew something drastic would have to be done. "I'm going to try and swim to shore and... More > get help." Steve spoke as he was taking his jeans off again. "Steve, don't be silly. If anyone is going to swim to shore it should be me. I'm the best swimmer." Jane began taking her clothes off again as she was speaking. "Jane, do you think even you should try it?" Nancy looked at her friend very seriously. "If I'm going to make it I need to hurry. We're going further out every minute. I think I can make it and it's going to get dark soon. Have you ever dreamed of being lost with someone you've secretly admired? But I'll bet you never thought about the consequences of a real survival situation. Well, Saltwater Summer, not only throws you into the extreme struggle against an unforgiving nature, it delves into the relationships of the young people just trying to stay alive.< Less
On Snowy Days By Stanley Zheng
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What would you do if you were lost? Snowy, a white, short-haired rabbit, has an arduous life alone in the wild. Separated from his family early on, he has all the freedom in the world; but as a... More > young rabbit, he struggles to feed himself. One day, after hours of scavenging and finding little food, he goes into uncharted territory. Running into a trap with bait inside, he is captured and brought to Goose Farm. The Goose Farm has its problems. As he attempts to be adopted, he is neglected because of his over energetic behavior. After weeks of waiting, a young boy, Justin, visits his hutch, and Snowy’s life takes a turn. Whether the turn is for the better or for the worse is attributed to Snowy’s every decision. After all, being lost can be the beginning of a new adventure. "Thought provoking and relatable for readers of all ages. Delightful! Well done." Joan Lee Tu, Linguistic and Data Scientist, creator of the Brave Book Project< Less
Robert's Ride By Wilson James
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ROBERT'S RIDE Born in a small town in rural south-west Georgia and placed in a foster home after being orphaned at five. Those were the bare bones words to describe Robert’s first years. He... More > is big for his age and hard to place, but after too many years, he is finally one of the lucky ones to be picked as a potential adoptee. He struggles to make sure his new adoptive mother likes him and wants to keep him, in spite of the fact that she really has no idea what to do with a child. She is well meaning, but rather emotionless. Robert desperately tries to figure out to read her and please her. Join Robert as he experiences the adventure of a new home, a new school, and new friends, along with some more dramatic events. Will it all work? Will Robert really find the home he needs and wants? Find out if Robert’s life takes a turn for the better, in ROBERT’S RIDE.< Less

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