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6 children’s books offer lessons of healing through suffering, building resilience and following your...

A Bowl Full of Peace: A True Story Illustrated by Akira Kusaka   Age Suitability: 6-11 years  A Bowl Full of Peace shines a light on the history of Japan; more specifically the tragic day of the...

Learning about the power of positivity and pursuing one’s dreams in children’s books

I Am Small By Qin Leng In Leng’s I Am Small, a little girl named Mimi gets confronted with the reality of being a little kid in a big big world and bemoans the problems that...

Children’s books that teach lasting life lessons

Chirri & Chirra, The Snowy Day Follow these two adorable twin girls on a wintery journey through white and powdery landscapes that capture the essence of the season on the first snowy day of the...
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‘Moon Princess’ is a joy for any young reader interested in mystery and fantasy

Come along in this trip as Sienna and her imaginary spaniel friend Rufus set out on an investigation to find her missing mother Kate, who vanished during a research trip to China. Moving from...

‘Also an Octopus’ explores the process behind building a story

Also an Octopus explores the process behind building a story and all the components that go into it. Readers will bounce along with delight as a friendly octopus becomes the center of attention in...
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‘Adrift At Sea’ is a powerful historical nonfiction story

Adrift at Sea is the true story of Tuan Ho, a young Vietnamese boy who escapes his country's military regime in 1981 and becomes part of the wave of “boat people” refugees hoping to...

‘Yak And Dove’ is whimsical and delightful story about learning about friendship

Two unlikeliest of friends come together in this whimsical and delightful story about learning the ups and downs of friendship. Yak and Dove begin their story by contemplating what it would be like if...

‘Can You Find My Robot’s Arm?’ is a delight for robot lovers

Nobody likes it when you lose something that is valuable to you. It sometimes drives you crazy thinking where you might have left it. That is the case in this story that is set...

Children’s books hold truth, magic in lessons learned

A Morning with Grandpa celebrates loved ones Sylvia Liu gives readers a wonderful glimpse of the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren in her new children’s book A Morning with Grandpa. The bond between Mei...

Mommy, baby bonding in ‘Buttercup’

Byun’s watercolor illustrations in combination with Ashman’s short and simple text makes this book a pleasure for both young toddlers and adults as not only will toddlers be able to identify their own busy days but also is a delight for adults as it provides a tool for them to enrich and also connect to their children’s lives.