Bunny and Carrot Are Best Friends is a wholesome story that would suit any lesson about how to become a friend. An approachable tale!
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By combining magic, quests, sorcery, and elements of high fantasy, Emma Bean the Mouse becomes pure escapism, sure to be a hit with readers of all ages.
The Wright Engineers: Inventing the Airplane is an insightful and educational book written to appeal to any middle-grade (or above) reader.
Coney: A Trip to Luna Park, by Jeffrey Lindberg, is a whimsical trip through time to a magical and timeless icon of childhood.
Milton the Money savvy Pup: Brings Home the Bacon makes a fantastic teaching tool and is an excellent addition to any home library.
Land of Lots, Land of Lots: Plan Gill, and Land of Lots: Plan Paige are a delightful start to a series that young readers will love!
A sweet book providing a cheerful dose of positivity, Yes, We Are Together! goes beyond the “traditional” family and encourages readers to honor all families.
Ellery’s Magic Bicycle is a playful story about a young girl who finds a magical purple bicycle that takes her on many adventures.
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.