Explore the rich and heartwarming relationship between a child and his two lesbian grandparents. Each expresses her bond in different ways, and both love the child all the more. The book is based on a true story, features dynamic and colorful illustrations, and celebrates diversity and inclusivity.
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After being mistakenly left behind, Foofi must find a way to get back home. He must rely on his own senses to find his faithful friend again, and he must do it on his own.
Patrick and his mom learn that faith and hope, and sometimes dreams, make the impossible the only thing that makes sense!
What if you reached other children you haven’t met sharing a simple phrase your mother taught you? What if everyone listened and shared those words? Wouldn’t the world be a better place? In Shine Your Light, Shaun has moved to a new school and is afraid to walk inside for the first time. He’s afraid he won’t make any friends, but his mother helps him overcome his fear by reminding him of a simple phrase. In his heart, he knows to share this phrase with others and knows it can help others the same way it helped him. Did this simple phrase touch others? Did it change lives?
Meet Toby: a young monster who has skin like a fish, fur like a dog, and smells like cotton candy when he gets excited. He lives with his family in the basement of Marymount Mansion and once a year ventures out into the real world when everyone is dressed for Halloween. Toby becomes frustrated with hiding below ground and sets off on an all-important quest.
While walking home from school one day Sophia and her Mother stumbled upon a grassy field full of white fluffy dandelions. Sophia’s Mother tells her that dandelions are called wish flowers. They each pick one and take it home. Sophia finds that there is something else special about the dandelion. After blowing the puff and making a wish, she blows into the dandelion stem and discovers that it makes a sound like a horn. Sophia decides that she will call it a dandelion horn. What will Sophia do with her new horn?
This is a book suitable for readers 8-12+, told in verse, and illustrated by an artist who was a kindergarten teacher in the 1930s in Boston, USA. Her name was Beatrice Dvilnsky and a Google search revealed nothing about her.
What was Goldilocks like when she grew to adulthood? Did the encounter with the bears
affect the course of her life in any way?
Allison, you are beautiful!
Three things Allison loves the most in the world are her friends, coloring, and riding her bike. Then her world gets turned upside by Billy the Bully teasing her about her freckles. With the help of her mom, teacher, and best friends, she soon learns that she is beautiful just the way she is. Even Billy learns a lesson along the way. Come along as Allison finds her confidence and sees that she is loved for simply being herself.
Megan is in middle school when she receives a fortuitous message that launches her into the world of competitive mountain biking. Her adventures on the undulating dirt ribbons are full of highs and lows, leading to her greatest challenge yet: the Junior Cup Championship. Will she have what it takes to cross the finish line?
When the Flatbottoms rushed to the hospital on the night of their baby’s birth, they never expected the apple to fall so far from the tree. Their newborn’s enormous butt is as hard as steel and packed with an array of explosive farts that can defeat any adversary. His superpowers have also attracted the attention of a crazed, evil doctor, who relentlessly seeks to discover the secret behind his ultra-powerful butt.
Judah and his class are given homework to find out what they want to be when they grow up. Super excited, Judah races home and discovers all of the amazing things he could be…In his dreams. When I Grow Up has a search and find aspect to it, which adds an extra element of play to reading. Reading can be challenging for some children, but adding an interactive spin keeps them engaged and opens up a world of creativity in their minds.