Ellery’s Magic Bicycle is a playful story about a young girl who finds a magical purple bicycle that takes her on many adventures.
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Meow is Not a Cat is a valuable reference for introducing the concept of neurodivergence both at home and in the classroom.
Finley and the Big Bad Shark is the perfect length for a read-aloud for younger readers and a wonderful discussion prompt for older readers.
Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen naturally lends itself to lessons on nutrition for every level from preschool through grade school.
Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles is a book devoted to silliness. Set in the future where cars run on sauerkraut.
n the book My Roots and My Wings: the 24 Most Empowering Life Lessons for Children Ages 3-9, author Shari R. Jones has provided a collection of brief lessons.
Jackrabbit Jewel and the Longhorn Cattle Drive makes a great addition to a unit of study on American Folktales, or a fun read-aloud for Women’s History Month.
Milton the Money Savvy Pup- Makes Saving a Habit is a short story about a cute corgi pup learning how to be smart with the money he earns.
In this most recent installment of the popular Dragon series from Clever, Tell the Truth, Dragon introduces a situation in which Dragon makes a big mistake.
It’s Okay addresses the variety of thoughts and feelings a toddler may experience and emphasizes that “it’s okay,” which is crucial for children to know