What is Charlie Doing?, by Joy Anna, is a vibrantly illustrated story about Charlie the service dog, and the essential life-saving job he must do.
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Maddie and the Virus deals with the past year and our response to the coronavirus. In this story, readers meet Maddie, an 8-year-old girl that finds creative ways to navigate life.
Filled with soft illustrations, The Place I Know Best takes the reader on a magical journey following a young boy and the wind on a bright moonlit night.
The My First Science Book About series from Dover Publications offers a wonderful introduction to various scientific topics that are ideal for 8–12-year-old kids.
Bizzy Bzzz the Bee and Grandpa’s Tea is a delightful story about a grandfather and his grandson and their morning adventure. Author Travis Peagler created fantastic rhymes that tell the story clearly and are relatable to the audience.
Poems for Little Creatures from the Very Big Wood, by Anne Marie Brown, introduces readers to the animals that inhabit the Very Big Wood.
The One Big Canvas book series (The Reed Foundation for Autism) seeks to celebrate differences and showcase how each individual can contribute to the world.
Superhero Faith is a marvelous book that will entertain both adults and children alike with its precious examples of superhero habits.
A Common Thirst is a softly illustrated picture book that encourages readers to work together towards the common good helps us all.
Gary Boelhower Discusses A Most Common Thirst: Gary Boelhower is Professor Emeritus at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota.