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  • Children's

    Grandpa’s Lessons on Hiking and Life

    Life has lots of ups and many downs, highs and lows. Grandpa’s lessons will guide you along the mountaintops, through the valleys, and far beyond! The little lessons for hiking can help spark big conversations about life. Pick up a copy, maybe even a spare to share. You can never be too prepared! Also check out other lessons from Grandpa!
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    A Quokka’s Adventure (The Beauty of Diversity): A Kids Book About Diversity, Equality, and Teamwork.

    Travelling the world is fun. You can meet new friends, make new experiences, new adventures… You can discover new cultures and learn important things… But what if the people you meet are not so nice at the beginning only because you are DIFFERENT from them? What if they don’t include you only because you are not as tall as they are? What if they laugh at you because your skin color and shape is different from theirs? What if they ignore you because you are not part of their group yet? You teach your kids about DIVERSITY! You teach them to embrace their differences You teach them to believe in themselves You teach them to go after their dreams You teach them to accept and be kind to everyone no matter what You teach them that when working together, we can make the world a better place! And you’ll do all of this with this colorful illustrated book! Teach your kids the importance of teamwork, diversity, and acceptance in a fun and diverse way with cute animals that will make the story and lesson more interesting to them! So, what are you waiting for? �� Get it now and join the thousands of people already following “A quokka’s adventure”!!!
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    DREAMY the Hermit Crab’s House Hunt: A children’s book about sharing, caring, and re-using.

    Dreamy, the hermit crab, is gloomy and sad. The shell he lived in is now too small for him. Dreamy wanders around the beach in search of a new home, unaware of the dangers awaiting him. Will Dreamy survive and find his dream home, or can he continue to live in his cramped shell? Find out in this inspiring story full of twists on every page! This story, based on the real behavior of the hermit crab, teaches kids (and adults too!) how diligence and gratitude can help you realize your dreams in the most beautiful way you could ever imagine.
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    Quiet Ninja: A Children’s Book About Learning How Stay Quiet and Calm in Quiet Settings (Ninja Life Hacks 59)

    Children can be loud. So how do we help our children utilize their inside voices while in quiet settings? Come along with Quiet Ninja on a journey to discover your Ninja Toes and Ninja Voice! Find out what happens in this comedic book about using calming tones in quiet settings. Life is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and visit the author’s profile for fun freebies!
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    Hop-About: The Adventures of Benny the Bunny and Mr. Rabbit

    If Mr. Rabbit had to change one thing in his life—well, he wouldn’t. His best friend Benny the Bunny could not agree more. The two wawas enjoy a vibrant life together on the Upper West Side of New York City. Their cozy days are filled with flowers, friends, and fresh strawberries smothered in whipped cream. That all changes when Benny’s past comes knocking on the door of Apartment 1K in the form of Custerd the Cat. He’s orange. He’s outrageous. He’s Boca Raton’s leading feline bon vivant. And he is a cat with a plan. The wawas soon find themselves on a journey to find a lost friend that takes them across the Australian outback to a grand fortress, mysterious and dark. Will the wawas confront their greatest fears in order to find their friend? Or, like so many other wawas before them, will they end up lost without any hope of being found? Hop-About features beautifully crafted characters that overflow with humor and pathos as they confront the realities of our world today. Climate change, wildfire, callous indifference, trauma, and profound loss haunt the wawas’ journey. But kindness, courage, friendship, and love are the ingredients in a powerful antidote that is needed now more than ever.
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    RUSSELL: The Kid Nobody Wants to be Around

    Russell’s annoying behavior at school prevents him from making friends. Surprises at his birthday party transform his life—and that of another boy who takes the time to care. RUSSELL: The Kid Nobody Wants to be Around offers readers a fresh perspective on navigating friendship, and reminds us that everyone deserves to have a friend.
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    Sammy Goes to Preschool: Celebrating Diversity Among Friends: Where Everyone Is Welcome (Sammy the Golden Dog)

    Sammy, the golden retriever, discovers that preschool is a lot of fun. Throughout the preschool day, Sammy learns that although his friends look different than him, they can still play together. Chaz, the piglet, Mylie, the duckling, and other baby animals, spend the day playing games, singing songs, eating snack and learning new skills. This story teaches diversity, inclusion and equality, by celebrating the uniqueness in every child. Sammy learns that he can be friends with children of all skill levels and abilities.  BONUS Games included in the back to the book help children identify what makes them unique and why they are special. “Sammy Goes to Preschool” is part of the Sammy Book Series.
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    Do Koalas Have Tails?

    What color are koalas? What do koalas eat? Where do koalas live? These are very good questions. But have you ever noticed? Do koalas have tails? Follow along as we learn fun facts about this cute and furry animal on our way to discovering the answer to this important question.
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    Brave Little Gracie (The Everyday Adventures of Papa & Paws Book 3)

    Today, Molly and her sisters ask Mama to tell them the inspiring story of the bravest Yorkie, Gracie. Life was tough for little Gracie. She started out in a not-so-nice place before finding a home with the Paws family. No matter the obstacle, Gracie never stopped being a happy doggie who loved everyone she met. Based on the real-life adventures of a sweet little doggie named Molly Paws and her family. This book features full-color illustrations of cute doggies throughout and is perfect for:• Kids ages 2-5(ish) who love dogs.• Moms and dads who read to their kids.• Big brothers and big sisters who enjoy reading to their younger siblings.
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    Math Riddles for Smart Kids: 400+ Math Riddles and Brain Teasers Your Whole Family Will Love

    Who knew solving math problems could be this much fun? Do you get protests and whining every time your child has to do some math exercises? Do you hear, “I give up!” more often when they’re doing math homework compared to their other school subjects? Do you want to make study time more exciting and something your child will actually look forward to? Many kids struggle with math, especially as they move on to more and more abstract concepts. It’s harder to understand an idea when you can’t visualize it and see how it applies to you. By making math concepts more relatable, children may find that math can actually be enjoyable and relevant. If you want to help your child become a math whiz, or even just to become more receptive to this unpopular subject, you don’t need to look any further. With this collection of math riddles and brain teasers, carefully created by Cooper the Pooper, you won’t get the same old math problems that only cover what’s taught in school. You’ll get unique problems that require your child to think beyond basic mathematical concepts and actually apply problem-solving and analytical skills. Plus, wouldn’t your child be more inclined to answer questions from a dog? In Math Riddles for Smart Kids, you’ll discover over 400 of these stimulating questions, including: A fun way for your child to get some mental exercise without feeling like they’re doing homework Intellectually stimulating puzzles that stretch the mind and test your child’s logical skills An assortment of math riddles that everyone can appreciate, ranging from scary to completely mind boggling Interesting scenarios with real-world relevance so your kid will never say, “I’ll never use this in real life,” ever again Tricky questions that go beyond mere calculations and involve creative reasoning and critical thinking Perplexing brain twisters for the whole family that even you will have to think twice (or more!) about An alternative activity your child can do alone, with family, or with friends, that doesn’t involve their phones or your television And much more. These riddles can be done in short spurts of time, so your child’s brain can get a workout, even when they’re playing. They’re also in varying ranges of difficulty, which your child can grow into as their mental abilities develop further. Whether your child’s a born math whiz and you want to further develop their talent for numbers, or they’re struggling with arithmetic and you want to encourage a love for math, these entertaining riddles are sure to be tackled and enjoyed. Take the struggle away from math and bring back the fun in learning. If you’re looking to challenge your child’s mathematical abilities without having to hear another complaint, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.
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    The Worst Book Ever: An interactive read-aloud for reluctant readers

    2018 Finalist in Digital Book World Awards, Children’s CategoryMost bad books look forward to hanging out at rummage sales. Not this bad book. Its goal is to be featured in the library’s Banned Books List. Problem is, no one seems to notice… until the book teams up with its boisterous readers. Together, the book and its readers shout, wiggle, and sing to get the attention of a local librarian. Will this book see its cover on the library wall… or will it end up in the recycling bin? Full of bold, colorful graphics and laugh-out-loud humor, The Worst Book Ever is another colorful, graphical, high-lo book for reluctant readers by Beth Bacon. The meta-storytelling and interactive prompts get reluctant readers laughing, dancing, shouting—and reading. Ideal for read-alouds and story time, as well as independent reading for beginning to intermediate readers. Like Beth Bacon’s other books, I Hate Reading, The Book No One Wants To Read, and Blank Space, this book helps make reading fun.
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    The Mango Tree and Other Stories

    The Mango Tree and Other Stories is an original collection of children’s stories that emphasizes life lessons and morals. Each tale discusses an important aspect of childhood and how a child might come to understand it. Young readers will be able to easily relate to the honest and innocent characters, and enjoy the situations those characters find themselves in. The lessons they will learn comprise an important part of growing up.
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    The Cure: A young adult, dystopian romance (The Adventures of Nora Watson Book 1)

    The Earth’s lakes and oceans are mostly gone, and grass has been replaced with red sand. Humans survive their inhospitable environment by living together in huge cement compounds. Survive, that is, if they aren’t crippled by a degenerative disease that plagues the world. Sixteen year-old Nora Watson wants only to get by until her eighteenth birthday, when she’ll be considered an adult. Then she’ll move away from her home compound of Nu, to the Central Government, where she plans to become a scientist. Her plans are derailed by two men. One is Tomas Classen, a cute older boy who insists on hanging out with her, even after Nora accidentally breaks his nose. The other is a slick travelling salesman by the name of Mr. Manners, who claims to be in possession of a cure for the disease—a claim Nora doubts. Can Nora prove Mr. Manners is a fraud, and save her community from disappointment? And what’s with this Tomas? Is he really interested in her, or is he merely trying to antagonize her?
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    Something I Am Not

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    Something I Am Not

    2020 Christian Indie Award for Best YA; 2020 Carol Finalist for Best YA“Well done! Well done! This should be on the New York Times Bestseller list. Wonderful debut novel. Beautifully written. Sad yet sacred. I loved the characters, the good ones obviously, and wonder if they will show up in the next novel” (Barbara O.- Reader).SOMETHING I AM NOT is a powerful look at the insidious world of human trafficking right in our own backyard, and the redemptive story of a young man’s fight to get out.A father who never loved him…A woman who stole his worth…And a brother he couldn’t protect.Where does someone run in the face of his deepest shame? Billy McQueen works hard to keep his life together … and concealed. At seventeen, he dreams of an escape from the barroom, his father’s manipulation, and the advances of his father’s girlfriend. However, on his eighteenth birthday, Billy is introduced to a younger brother he never knew he had. An eight-year-old who is barely capable of navigating the corrupt world of his father’s boxing club. In order to secure his freedom, Billy must fight for it. To save his little brother who is next in line for the slave trade … he must die for it. Written for the General Market (G): Contains little or no explicit sex or strong language. Mature themes are more appropriate for older young adult/adult audiences.
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    Cream Cape and the Case of the Missing Hamster: #1

    Harriet the class hamster has been hamster-napped! Cece’s supposed to be taking care of the precious pet but everything goes wrong. She loses Harriet. And then she receives a ransom note with a picture of Harriet in front of a snake’s cage! Will the class hate her when they find out? Can she save Harriet in time? Will she stay out of trouble?Kids and parents alike will enjoy this clean-read mystery. Ages 7+ What are the reviewers saying?“This is a cute, clean, fun, mystery for children. As a former teacher, I would highly recommend it.” “This is a delightful story. Full of suspense and a lot of laughs.” “This was an excellent book and I really enjoyed following along as my daughter read it to me! She absolutely loved it and made me immediately purchase the next book in the series!”
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