“Bizzy and Buzzy” by Shanna Wood (Author), Masha Rassoshenko (Illustrator)

Bizzy and Buzzy are best friends. They like to play together whenever they can. On a beautiful day when these two bunnies don’t know what to do, they start using their imaginations. When you have a best friend and imagination there are always fun things to do!

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“The Runaway” Written & Illustrated by Marianne Cooper

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A sad and frustrated boy runs away from home on a magical journey to find inner peace.

Fighting parents. A pestering sister. Making mistakes. For this frustrated boy, trying to be good all the time is exhausting. When he tries to get away from it all by running away, will he find the peace he is looking for? Artfully written by Marianne Cooper and featuring her dreamlike and painterly illustrations, picture book The Runaway conveys that running away from our big feelings is never the answer.

Sad, scared, and worried, the boy’s emotions make him feel that he needs to get away from it all, to find a calm and peace that eludes him at home. It is too much for him to bear.

“As the sun slipped further behind the horizon, the boy stood up. He glanced back at his house one last time, and then he turned and ran. He pumped his arms and legs as fast as they would allow, but he could not get away fast enough.”

As he runs, he transforms into strong, brave creatures that can take him faster and farther—a powerful horse galloping through a field, a massive wolf bounding with ease through the forest, a majestic eagle soaring away through the sky, and more. The further he runs, the further he gets away from everything he wishes to forget. He finally gets as far enough away as he can and he is all alone. But this loneliness, is it what will bring him peace, after all?

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“Animals Rule Club: Beware the Seiceps” by Jinny Braden

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What would you do if a cat came to your doorstep and told you the entire human race’s future rests in you and your siblings’ hands? That’s exactly what happens to Christy Darby. Mr. Kitty arrived one night when no adults were home. He tells Christy, Maisa, and Will that their dad has been kidnapped by the United Species of Earth. Not only is it their dad who is in trouble, but all humans are about to become extinct if the Seiceps are released. They have been chosen to save the human race. Together they decide to do whatever it takes to stop the release of the Seiceps.

Although fiction, Animals Rule Club: Beware the Seiceps has a very real message about caring for our planet. Jinny Braden has a BS in biology and has worked in the field of environmental education. This new and improved second edition includes images by fine artist Bill Braden.

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“This Book Eats Bad Dreams” by Veronica Jane 

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Does your child have occasional nightmares?

Does an overactive imagination keep them awake at night?

Do you want to help them overcome their fears?

Inside the pages of This Book Eats Bad Dreams, your child can follow adorable, funny monsters who will teach them how to conquer bad dreams!

It’s a storybook, workbook, and coloring book all in ONE!

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“The Last Train on Halloween” by Cindy Jennings

Want to get your child or classroom into the spirit of Halloween?

Need a spooky story to creep our your neighbors, friends or family?

Three children find themselves stuck at the back of a train during a Halloween field trip. The conductor tells them not to go into the last car, or else. Then they hear it.




Suddenly, a cackle makes all the hairs on the back of their necks stand up. Would you open the door to the next car?

Join this group of adventurous kids as they get more out of their Halloween school field trip than an education. They get schooled in fear.

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“The Day An Angel Ran Into My Room” by Anabelle Valenzuela-Alarcon

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The Day an Angel Ran into My Room!! is a picture book that introduces children to guardian angels—and helps kids find their wings.

Alessandra is getting ready for bed when she gets an unlikely visitor: her guardian angel, Angelisse. The angel looks like a child herself, making it easy for Alessandra to relate. Angelisse shares several secrets and reveals how special and powerful Alessandra is. The angel explains how important every person is in the universe, how every action causes a reaction, the importance of visualization, and other magical things.

The book shows children they’re never alone, that their angels are always looking out for them, and that kids can change the world through their thoughts and actions. Marvelous things can happen for anyone who believes! The message in the book is delivered in a lighthearted way, with language children can understand. The book is also inclusive and non-religious, for all parents—though spiritual-minded readers will appreciate it more.

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“The Solving Guide of the Rubik’s Cube Puzzle” by DAVID RUBICON

Many of us have struggled to learn the Rubik’s Cube in its 40 year history. This tutorial will give you the insight to overcome this frustrating obstacle.
You will never struggle to learn how to solve the rubiks cube again.

This book is desirable for kids and beginners. Its step – by – step guide enables the reader to learn quickly. All those frustrated people can finally solve the cube.
Algorithms aren’t necessary, but I have included them for those interested.

This book covers all the needs of a beginner. The diagrams are clearly illustrated. They are very colorful, and have a clear image.

I illustrate the following three things –

1) The pictures of the original position of the cube.

2) The look of the Cube during the moves made.

3) The pictures of what the Cube should look like after the completed moves.

Here, you can also learn techniques, and finger tricks to produce faster solves.
I offer tips on finger tricks to help work up your speed.

I have provided you with information about other prominent Rubik’s Cube solvers, and their world records.

You can also read up on the history of the Rubik’s Cube.

Finally, I have informed the learner about other learning methods, and named online sites that offer help, and advice on all Rubik’s Cube related activities.

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“Jax, Sheba and Velo Make Lunch” by Chris Lewis

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Jax, the robot, Sheba the cat, and Velo, the dinosaur, are friends who want to make lunch for Velo’s aunty but realize they don’t have enough ingredients. A picture book that explores how to work as a team and to deal with the unexpected. For ages two to six.

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“Life” by Yurie Tada

Do you find trouble with your life?
Do you know the actual meaning of life?
Do you need help to overcome your depression?
There are a lot of unanswered questions in your mind. Science and Philosophy may not always reveal them. Among all the questions, you may often feel, “What is life?”. What is the definition of life? What is love, affection, relationships, kinship, and so more?

This book is a masterpiece that answers questions that exist in your mind. She wrote this book because you need it.
Yurie Tada is a former nurse in Japan. Yurie was diagnosed as bipolar in her teens and overcame it. In 2019, Yurie was diagnosed with Leukemia and faced death. then, She came to know the preciousness of life.
Yurie tried to share her experience with much deeper thinking and philosophy.

The Life is a poetic essay book written in easy English. This book is readable for all ages. Both kids and adults will enjoy this writing. The book ‘Life’ will improve your thinking and personality. This will care about all your personal relationships. This book will let you go with your heart and helps to solve all disappointment. This is the ultimate goal of the book. Yurie’s ‘Life’ is a great asset and guide for your bright future.

Besides, The book is more charming and informed with Saki Yokoyama’s illustrations. All illustrations are perfectly polished with inner senses.

The ultimate goal of the book ‘Life’ is to make you think and rethink before taking any steps. This is a life-changing book.

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A fun and delightful story that teaches young readers about starting a business. Nine-year-old Mulani Moneybags is inspired after learning about entrepreneurship and decides to start a business of her own – a lemonade stand. As we follow Mulani’s journey, we watch as she learns many lessons along the way to achieving her goal of being an entrepreneur. With help from her Mom, Mulani learns about the benefits of entrepreneurship, as well as the challenges and triumphs of overcoming, and that one of the most invaluable tools in any entrepreneur’s toolbox is the love and support of their family.

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“Early Learner K – 2: Learn to Read, Write and Count Workbook” by Denese Bryan

Lessons in this workbook help build a foundation in letter recognition, counting, handwriting , phonics ,reading and identifying patterns using shapes. For kids ages 5-7.

Included in this workbook: Alphabets – 26 pages – Count the capital alphabet- Count the small alphabet- Write the number of alphabets in the box.- Practice writing the alphabet
Phonics – 55 pages- Vowels ,The Consonants, Sound of ‘A’ ‘a’- , Sound of ‘E’ ‘e’- , Sound of ‘I’ ‘i’- , Sound of ‘O’ ‘o’- and Sound of ‘U’ ‘u’-
Fill in the blanks to make words with the help of ‘a’-
Match the pictures with correct words
Write the name of the pictures
Write the words that rhyme
Conversation Practice – 12 pages- 1. Let’s Meet Me- 2. About My Family- 3. My Sweet Home- 4. My School- 5. My Regular Act- 6. Natural Colors- 7. Five Sense Organs- 8. Home Of Animals- 9. Our Universe- 10. Opposites

Sentences & Phrases – 53 pages- Sentences of Greeting- Manners & Etiquette- Small sentences and phrases.

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“The Rhyming Tales of Mimi the Moon Princess: The Making of a Princess” by S.B. Christian & E.W. Rhodes, Illustrated by Helen Gottberg

The Rhyming Tales of Mimi the Moon Princess: The Making of a Princess is filled with absolute awe and wonder and truly captivates young readers. The poetic language and rhyming text make this tale an utter joy to read for adults and children alike. With dual messages that dreams can come true, and children can help make the world more whole, The Making of a Princess is both fun and inspirational. E.W. Rhodes and S.B. Christian have created a true children’s masterpiece that belongs in the hands of every child. The gorgeous illustrations delicately bring the story of a ten-year-old girl and her young fawn friend to life and envelope the reader in a mystical land of wonder and amazement. Rhodes and Christian have designed a world of imagination that hasn’t been seen for decades. The Making of a Princess is a piece of magic you absolutely need in your home!

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“A Hug from Heaven” by Anna Whiston-Donaldson

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Discover the children’s grief book that has brought hope and healing to thousands of families!

What if grieving children could hear uplifting words from a loved one who died? It’s challenging to know how to support and comfort a child who is grieving, yet A Hug from Heaven does just that. Written as a simple poem of love from the person who died, this book reminds children – and adults alike – that it is okay to hurt, to live a positive life, and to find special ways to honor the ones we love. New York Times bestselling author Anna Whiston-Donaldson delivers a simple and comforting message: love is stronger than death, and hugs from heaven are waiting for you.

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“DotLand: The Politics of America” by C. L. Buchanan

This new illustrated children’s book about “DotLand” calls for a better educated and more informed electorate in America with a plan that’s targeted to help grades three through six, starting with a simplified and factual explanation of the core policy perspectives of both the Democratic (BlueDot) and Republican (RedDot) parties, and their consequences for its citizens. Children now have an opportunity to learn about the two major American political parties’ basics and why informed voting is so important, without skewed viewpoints, misreported information, or social influence. It also explains how misleading media — fake news — became a thing in America and resulted in a more polarized political landscape. The book closes with a solution that calls for students to take an early role in being part of the solution by becoming better educated and more politically informed now so they will be ready to take on the important role as a voting citizen when their time comes.

The whimsical minimalist illustrations of the ‘Dots’ in DotLand by American graphic artist Mauro Semedo range in color on the spectrum from Blue to Red, illustrating how VioletDots and PurpleDots have become more polarized to extremes of Red and Blue, showing the consequences of the parties’ platform choices, the polarization resulting from conservative media’s race for ratings, and the hopeful solution education provides. Author C. L. Buchanan studied Public Relations under Col. Arlyn Powell, a legend in the field, at the University of Alabama’s School of Communications and interned with Viewpoint Communications on political campaigns in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana during the 1970s.

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“My Playground Beats Your Office” by Deniseyah Drew

Have you or your child ever stress and ponder on the idea of being grown before I know I have and now that I’m an adult all I wish is to go back and actually enjoy when I can do what ever when I didn’t care what people thought and my book is specifically explaining why everyone should enjoy their youth and take their time on growing up.

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“Marty: The Completely Unexpected, Absolutely Dangerous, and Rather Fun Adventure.” by E.W. Choate Jr.

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Small Heroes ~ Big Adventure! Marty is destined to become a Family Favorite.

Marty knew it was going to be a strange morning. But she had no idea that her life was about to change forever—or possibly end. As her troubles compound, Marty learns the Castle of Light has fallen to a rogue Blue Witch and her monstrous Lutabeast army. With everyone’s fate hanging in the balance, Marty is thrust into an unexpected and dangerous adventure.
Her only companion? Roger Ruzo—the unlikeliest of friends.

Only one thing’s for sure. If she can’t overcome her fears and learn to believe in herself, then it’ll all be for nothing. She’ll surely fall to the perils and doubt that taunt her and Ruzo along their journey.

The first book in the Marty series, Marty is the classic family book that’s entertaining for all ages. Join Marty and Ruzo on an adventure that will tickle the funny bone, tug at the heartstrings and spark the imagination.

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“Bruce and the Long Spider” by J.C. Martin

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“Bruce and the Long Spider” is a wonderfully illustrated children’s picture book about a little boy who has a room all to himself until the day he stumbles upon a scary spider! Find out what happens when Bruce decides “It’s time to be BRAVE”!

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“The Adventures of Potato Kid” by Edward Hanson

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Join Potato Kid and his friends as they explore many adventures together. Fly the skies and traverse the land seeking new and exciting experiences.

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“Alphabet Workbook: Letters, Colors and Animals!” by Joyce Karanka

Get your Kid “Alphabet Ready”!

“Alphabet Workbook: Letters, Colors, and Animals!” is an Interactive Workbook Designed To Assist Your Kid To Make The First Steps In Writing And Reading!
Focusing on three primary sections (Building Lines, Learn to Write Letters and Activities), this book uses entertaining methods and practices to trigger your kid’s interest in letters and turn the learning process into a pleasant one.
Here Are 3 Reasons Why Children Love And Parents Choose This Alphabet Workbook:
• Hands-On Learning:
Using lines and curbs, the workbook helps your kid learn new hand motions.
• Learn to Write The Letters:
This educational book will teach your kid how to write each letter. 156 rows of practice to help your kid master the art of writing letters through tracing the letters and writing them.
• Exercise What You Have Learned:
The book includes also several activities based on the alphabet like finding, spelling, and writing the missing letter.

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“The Scale of Happiness: A Children’s Book for Self-Esteem from Preschool Age” by Hamutal Weisz

“The Scale of Happiness” is a children’s book that aims to encourage parent-child dialogue on the sensitive yet relevant subject: body image.
The book was written as part of the global trend that promotes thinness as a human value and a measure of beauty, and tricks us into “weighing” our happiness as a function of our body weight. The book suggests the use of a different language: freer, more attentive, and soothing. It speaks to children from preschool until teenage years who feel the harmful effects of the diet culture, giving them a new, refreshing perspective and especially the opportunity for a better, more constructive dialogue.
“The Scale of Happiness” was written and designed as a children’s book, but owing to the complexity of the subject, it is actually intended for parents. Its aim is to create a new discourse and to change parents’ and children’s ideas about body image, mindful eating, and self-acceptance.
“The Scale of Happiness” presents as a peek at the world of diets, calories and weight, but is, in fact, an accurate look – amusing, yet sad – at what happens in most homes around the world. It invites the readers to peek inside and create the change – both personal and within the family – that will lead to a fuller, happier life, with a greater level of self-esteem.

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Take Us Flying Kiko” by Lyn Y 

Take Us Flying Kiko

A wonderful and enthralling book for kids about flying and aero plane and all things that fly.
This book is a must read for both parents and children.
Follow the tales of JoshuaElijah and Kiko as they go on adventures to learn the basics of aviationUncover your love for aviation with a sense of wonder.
This book comes with experiments to reinforce the theory of aviation.

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The Adventures of Ibrahim in Space” by Nilufar Kasimova

This book is about a little boy named Ibrahim who dreams of traveling through space. Ibrahim is a brilliant kid, and he uses his imagination to travel through space and visit all the planets in the solar system. He loves listening to stories about planets, and he loves learning about the universe. A beautiful tale of a little boy who travels through space. This book is written by Ibrahim’s mom Nilufar Kasimova a stay-at-home mom who was interested by her son’s imagination.

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“Katie and Grandads Amazing Adventures: Falling in a picture” by Christian Lockwood

Katie and Grandad go of and find themselves always having an adventure. In this book. Katie gets grandad to by a picture for her bedroom. which they end up falling inside the picture and there journey to get home is an adventure. From helping the the turtles and the grabs. And not forgetting Mrs. dolphin and the big lighthouse. From sand to sea And a little help from Mr. whale. makes this book so exciting your children will want you to read it again and again.

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I Lost My Patience” by Swenny

I Lost My Patience is about a young boy that gets frustrated trying to do something. This delightful children’s book takes you on a journey to search for his patience. Before he realizes where to find his patience, we search through some the typical frustrations he faces every day.

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“Emily & The Red Balloon Club” by Guetty A. Stewart

Emily is an incredibly shy girl and making friends is not easy for her. Lucy, a charming bird, comes to her aid by showing Emily how she can make new friends if only she tried. She invites Emily to join The Red Balloon Club, at an enchanted place in a Garden where many other animals live. But before Emily can join the club, she must meet each member and befriend them. As Emily gets to know Leo, Ling and many other wonderous animals, she realizes that making friends is not as hard as she thinks!

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“Mack Attacks! Anemone & the Giant Wave: A Children’s Book About Conquering Fears” by Shelly Poole &  Don Patroll

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On a magical island where things come to life, all the children know that you don’t mess with Mack, the giant wave. Except for Anemone.

When she sees her older Sister and Brother getting along with Mack, Anemone has had enough. She decides to face up to the almighty Mack once and for all. In this heartwarming story of courage and perseverance in the face of the unknown, Anemone learns that Mack was never their enemy after all.

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Big Breed Big Heart” by Russell Chang

Providing our young people with the important message of compassion, empathy, and not judging by appearance. This book uses one of the most popular working breed dogs as an example of how the public will label an entire group of dogs before giving them a chance to just be a dog. The message is coupled with fun illustrations that are sure to keep the kids engaged.

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Sam and Sarah Go To the Lab” by Franchesca Kelly

A children’s book to help them understand the why behind and what to expect when visiting a medical laboratory for a venipuncture, blood draw. To eliminate the unknown and he’ll ease anxiety.

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Self-Care, Self-Care, Everywhere, Everywhere…” by Naylani and Nayla Stokes 

“Self-Care, Self-Care, Everywhere, Everywhere…” This adorable journey written by two young sisters demonstrates fun things that children can do to take care of their minds and bodies. From children taking a moment to appreciate the fresh air, to using their wonderful imaginations, this clever, poetic book delivers. Children and adults alike can follow along with the rhythm of the words and think of ways to improve their own…self-care.

About the Authors:

Sisters Naylani and Nayla Stokes live in Buffalo, New York with their parents. They attend school and work together as a dynamic author team for their family publishing company, Stokes Media, LLC.

The sisters love hanging out watching movies, writing, art, and spending time with their parents. Despite their age gap, the girls are best friends.

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The GoomBooms Discover New Zealand” by Charles C. Martin

Did you know that there are no snakes in New Zealand? How about that there are more sheep than people or that the Parliament headquarters is shaped like a beehive? Well hop on board and join the mischievous GoomBooms, who came to visit New Zealand all the way from planet DaZookaHooty. Get ready for one informative, fun-filled, hilarious trip to the land of the Kiwis!

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“Cricket and the Singing Frog Sisters” by Dana Lynn Andrews

These singing sisters love to sing about their favorite numbers, but they are not like most frogs. Cricket is very hungry and is about to learn their secret. Will they all become friends? Will Cricket be too afraid? This story has a big surprise!

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“Spring Time Fun:: Activities, Coloring, and Puzzles for Kids” by Nanilly

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Parents, are you looking for the perfect games and activity book for your child?
This springtime fun-themed book is filled with activities, coloring, and puzzles that’ll occupy your little one for hours, as well as build their self-confidence and independent activity skills! Designed for children between three and five years old, this book also makes a great gift for the grandkids or your nieces and nephews.

Included are mazes to encourage problem-solving skills, counting objects and adding to hone those early math skills, matching to help your child learn patterns, dot-to-dot activities to strengthen hand-eye coordination.

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Rock’s Alphabet (The Adventures of Rock & Deano Book 2)” by James Roark and  Sonia Backes

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Rock’s Alphabet is a fresh take on the genre and helps children learn their ABC’s in a fun and unique way.
With colorful comic book style illustrations that tell a story of their own, and diverse characters that capture the imagination, your child is sure to love this book. Immerse yourself in the world of Vilis Valley as you join Rock and his friends on their exciting adventures in a strange and sometimes dangerous world.  

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“I Am Proud of Who I Am: I hope you are too” by B. Woster

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I am proud of who I am explores the hopes and dreams of pre-teens and teenagers from across the globe and invites you to explore their home with them.

This book is intended to break down barriers and remove stereotypes; to demonstrate that no matter where we are from in the world, we all have hopes and dreams, as well as something about our country for which we are proud.

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Molly Sue the Dingo Diva Masked Molly” by Jennifer Marsee

It’s pandemic panic in the town of Marcy! Join us as Molly Sue the Dingo Diva learns about COVID-19. What is COVID-19? What does pandemic mean? What is quarantine and isolation? Why do we wear face coverings? What are the CDC guidelines? Will Molly Sue share them with you? What will Molly Sue do?

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“Purple” by Dr. Nakish Grant Powell

“PURPLE” tells the story of Purple Leland and Orange Logan, two boys who seemingly are very similar except for their color. They enjoy doing the same things, and unbeknownst to them share the same best friend. Through their personal interactions and self reflection, they learn to look at the world differently. PURPLE is a gentle, fun, yet important and informative children’s book. In this engaging story, children will be entertained and also learn a valuable lesson on universal acceptance and kindness.

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“The Henry & Kathleen Series Of Children’s Books'” by Taryn Jahme

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Who Said Learning Good Manners & Etiquette Was Boring? Go On a Magical Ride With Two of the Most Daring Adventurers — Henry & Kathleen!

Is your child at an age where they start “acting out” bad behavior they’ve learned from their surroundings?

Are you looking for healthy, loving ways to teach them about kindness, generosity, and compassion?

Or is your child simply a big fan of a great adventure book filled with magical creatures and exciting adventures?

You came to the right place!

Children have wild imaginations and are often sneaking out to find their next adventure. While it’s not easy to keep an eye on them all the time, it certainly is fulfilling to think that they are off to learn something new.

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Farm Boy” by Nata Lapa

How organic farm is operated. Spend one day with Adrian and Melker at their grandparent’s farm in Jonkoping, Sweden.

Farm Boy is based on a real organic dairy farm run by Dennis and Carina Jorgensen since 1984. They have 4 kids and many grandchildren, in this book you will meet two of them. The farm has 35 milking cows, 63 young cows and bulls, a flock of chickens, and a dog. The location of the fam is Jonkoping, Sweden.

You are more then welcome to visit the farm and to stay at Dennis and Carina’s guest house.

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“The Princesses’ Big Adventure: That’s what friend’s do” by Brady Flygare

It’s a brand new, sunny summer day, and Princess Piper and Ellie Cupcakes the royal princesses are ready for another one of their epic adventures. They call their loyal horse, Bubbles the Horse and he takes them deep in the forest near the beautiful lake. There, they run around, enjoy the sun and throw rocks in the water. But that causes an accident and Sawyer the Shark is not happy! Luckily, Captain Cooper hears the commotion and comes to help. Sometimes accidents lead to happy outcomes.

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A life with Joy” by Deja Oneke Hillis

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Joy is different from most kids her age; she faithfully wears a hearing aid in each ear, despite being profoundly deaf. Although she deals with the struggle of being accepted by other kids, she learns she has the power to bring joy into her life, one day at a time! This special book features vivid illustrations with beautiful colors, as well as meaningful messages for young children. After reading this book, children will leave with the theme of appreciation and high self-esteem, no matter their circumstances!

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“Once “a pun” a Time: A guide for reading and telling jokes” by Wolf Cub Chlo

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If laughing is free medicine then why are so many people sick? As a young author, I love to smile and laugh and want to help you do the same. Take some time to smile today and learn some tips and tricks along the way to help you share the gift with others.

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Dinosaur Dreams” by Alexander Kelley

Greyson loves dinosaurs. They’re his favorite thing on earth. Big or small, he loves playing with dinosaurs all day long. But now that it’s bedtime, does that mean that it’s the end of his dinosaur adventures?

This bedtime story spotlights the power of imagination and looking at dreams as a child’s nighttime adventure.

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“The Happiness Jewel: Magic Power Girl Adventure” by J.R.R.R. (Jim) Hardison

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The Happiness Jewel has been stolen! Now the Good Kingdom is starting to smell BAD! Worse, the whole kingdom will get sad and lose all its color unless someone can save the day. Looks like a job for Magic Power Girl! But can she find out who stole the jewel? And if she does, will she be able to get it back? And will that wicked crocodile, McButtlefut, try to eat her again? Join Magic Power Girl on her first-ever adventure!

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Susie and the Dandelions” by Ana Cybela

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A heart-warming and inspiring story to help kids cope with their feelings during separation and divorce.
Susie’s parents are divorced. She can’t understand why they don’t all live in the same house anymore, and she gets tired of travelling between two homes all the time. What’s more, Susie loves dandelions, and she doesn’t know why her dad doesn’t like having them in his lawn.
But with the help of her dog Pappi, she might just be able to show her dad why dandelions are so lovely… and along the way, she’ll learn some important lessons about how, even though her parents are separated, they still love her just as much as before.
With a heartwarming and adorable message, this beautifully-illustrated children’s story seeks to help kids navigate through the difficult emotions which may arise during separation and divorce. Intended to help children understand this often-confusing time in a way that they can relate to, Susie and the Dandelions also invites parents to put their children’s emotional well-being first, no matter their differences.
Book details:
• Features a Lovely Story With Gorgeous Illustrations
• Ideal For Boys and Girls of All Ages, Especially 4-8
• Great For Bedtime Stories, Reading Aloud, and Group Reading
• Carries an Encouraging Message To Help Ex-partners Give Up Their Differences For The Happiness of Their Children
• Makes a Thoughtful Gift For Any Child Struggling To Cope With Separation and Divorce
So, if you’re searching for a delightful story to help your child understand their emotions and work through negative feelings in the wake of a separation or a divorce, then this book is for you. With loveable characters and a charming story, this book will quickly become a treasured addition to your bookshelf.

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“Around the World with Unicorns: A Fun Coloring and Activity” by Blue Pencil

Do you have kids and want to help train their imagination to think fast and smart with a simple yet powerful book?

Are you looking for an entertaining yet fun way to teach your kids about places and landmarks of the world?

Do you want to occupy your children with a book that buys their attention for hours and gives you the freedom to spend time with them as a family?

Then worry no more. This book guarantees hours of fun for your kids! Filled with beautiful coloring pages, crosswords, matching objects, and word searches, this children’s book follows the unicorns to different places as he is on a quest to discover the landmarks and where they are in the earth.

For a perfect family bonding time or travel, this book is what you need. This book will make a great light-hearted fun tool for older kids and a nice way to stretch the minds of the younger ones. Waste no time, scroll up, buy it as a gift for your kids, or share it with friends.

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Little One Wants a Little More” by Sagi Naimi

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‘Little One Wants a Little More’ was inspired by the famous Stanford Marshmallow Experiment, which showed that children who learn gratification strategies are better able to cope with life’s challenges as adults.

‘How can we raise children who are better able to tackle life’s challenges?’

According to Walter Mischel’s book ‘The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control’: acquiring delayed gratification skills in childhood can predict a person’s future success. And anyone can develop these skills.

Which would you choose?

Is it better to eat a yummy treat now or wait two hours and get twice as much? Emma has to find out when her mum sets her a chocolate bar challenge.

Young readers will relate to this fun and accessible story of a girl learning impulse control through play.

‘Little One Wants a Little More’ is a wonderful picture book that explains gratification strategies to children.

Let it be an enjoyable lesson for your little one.

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“Pony Adventures (Adventures with Sophie Book 1)” by Stacha Lynette

Let’s go on an exciting adventure with a sweet little girl named Sophie as she learns to make lots of new friends!

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“The Environment With The Black Child: Direct But Perfect” by Gerardo Mejia

How Sadie rose above the bullies!
The story of a beautiful little girl who is getting bullied at school and has many question as to why. Luckily she has a great mother who always has the answers to her questions.

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