By Grace Cavalieri & Mary Ellen long
A fantasy poem about a little line who wanted to be a circle but found something more special.
By Ron Hirschi & Constance R. Bergum
Using some traditional Clallam words, a young Indian describes the natural surroundings and activities of the Clallam, or S'Klallam, people through the seasons of the year.
By Gilberto Mariscal & Chuwy
Lucy has received a beautiful gift, a shy and nice flower that she has named Flowy. But her arrival brings an important responsibility: Lucy will have to look after Flowy!. Will she be able to do it?
By Charlotte Victoria Rees
This book is for Grandad, to raise money for Butterfly Thyroid Cancer Trust. This magical Easter book tells the story of a cheerful rabbit named Oscar. One very regular day something extraordinary happens and it all starts with the delivery of a letter.
See Ye First
By Theo W. Fitzsimmons & Nick Kalivas
Carrie Ann is very odd. Her one eye is not the only feature. Let just say one of them is a pet balloon named Nathen. Which is why the popular family in the community don't like her. Follow the journey of Carrie Ann and the Bucks from being liked to being odd.
By Mette Sandsgaard Pallesen
Gotcha Day is a children´s book about adoption and the difficult transition the child goes through during the adoption process, from a life in an Asian orphanage to a life in a Western family.
Why Monkeys Are Cunning?
By Kamil Miklaszewski
If you want to find out why monkeys are mean, if you want to know the name of a mysterious tree from the Amazon jungle, you must read "Why monkeys are cunning?" The richly illustrated words of a classic, Brazilian fairy tale will transform you and your child.
My Pet Is Gone?
By Simona Plopeanu & Mónica García
The loss of a pet is hard on everyone. Children can be especially sensitive. Because it is often a child’s first encounter with death, parents should handle the situation with care. With My Pet Is Gone, you can create a commemoration space where the family hon
The Day the Color Black Disappeared
By Miguel Cabrera
Santy’s new adventure takes him to meet Vincent Van Gogh, one of the most famous artists ever known. It’s Van Gogh who teaches him everything about color mixing.
By Deborra Rosewaye & Zoe Cheale
This is a book of short poetic children’s stories written to appeal primarily to children aged 3 to 9 years, and to their parents!
Totally Bored Bears
By Hans Wilhelm
Boris had played with all his toys. he had read all of his books. But now he didn't know what to do next...
A Story About A Mouse Called Hector
By Kašmir Huseinović & Andrea Petrlik Huseinović
The city in which Hector lived looked like any other city...
By Jean Marzollo & Walter Wick
I spy an airplane, I spy a 2; Picture riddles are fun to do!
Taming the Taniwha
By Tim Tipene & Henry Campbell
One thing Tama didn't like was James. James was mean...
By Andrea Petrlik Huseinović
There was a boy named Maleni, who lived far, far away, on the other side of the Sea of Silence...
By Dette Lorenzon Abrera & Jess Abrera
There once lived a brave and mighty warrior in Ibalon. He was called Handyong.
If Today Was Tomorrow
By Ray Turner & Sue Donze
If Today Was Tomorrow is a simple story intended to entertain kids and parents too. But, it also is intended as fuel for the imagination. I encourage kids to take the concept and create ideas of their own based on the simple thought, "If today was tomorrow..."
By Gabrielle Show
Londyn learns how to count while blowing bubbles! How many bubbles can you count at the beach?
By Ahmad Amani
Now, Big Fish had a big friend. They could speak and laugh together. In the sky, Big Fish could see anything on the earth, and it saw that its ocean was only a part of the earth, not all of the world.
Hoagie & Katie
By Rio Koviak
Hoagie finds himself in a strange world after his hamster ball rolls a bit too far from home. Adventure ensues as Hoagie makes an unlikely friendship with Katie, the capybara, who has also wandered away from her family.
A Happy Heart
By Shelley Rudderham & Melanie Rudderham & Adam Murray
What is the magic that Charity seems to possess? She turns loneliness into new friendships, pouts upside down and chills into warmth. But how?
Ook and Nook Take a Look
By William Steen
A beginning and early reader book. Ook and Nook like to look at things in their own special way, with simple easy to sound out rhyming narration and colorful Illustrations.
Your Heart Club
By Gerald McDermott
Daedalus fashions wings for himself and his son Icarus to escape from the Labyrinth of King Minos of Crete. However, when Icarus fails to heed his fathers warnings, he suffers the consequences.
In Jamaica Where I live
By Karl Philpotts & Errol Stennett
A collection of four short stories set in Jamaica. The title story describes Jamaican life to an American pen pal.
By Walter Dean Myers & Christopher Myers
A poem celebrating the people, sounds, and sights of Harlem.
What's a Monster?
By Maurice Trent & Arisbeth Cruz
Oliver is pretty ordinary. He likes toys, waffles, and his favorite blanket. However, while celebrating his fifth birthday Oliver comes face to face with a real life monster.
By Adeline Merson
Join us in a journey of discovery of the self in Coyote as he travels the long journey from Africa to the America.
Have You Seen This Monster?
By Eli Peters
Lil' Warden sees monsters but are the ones she sees the ones we already know?
By Chris Park & Eli Peters
In the heart of Australia, in the desert lands of Alice Springs, three friends discover the meaning of living in harmony despite their cultural differences.
By Kate Greenway
A Apple Pie. B Bit it. C Cut it.
A Christmas Journey
By Hans Wilhelm
A long time ago, there were two mice named Judith and Jed who lived in a small land ruled by soldiers across the sea...
By Unknown & Blanche Fisher Wright
A collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes.
Mother Goose Melodies
A collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes.
Legends of the Maori
The Maoris used to call the North Island of New Zealand "The Fish of Maui" for they said that Maui drew it up by a fishing-line from the bottom of the sea.
A Masque of Days
By Elia & Walter Crane
The old year being dead, and the New Year coming of age wh: he does by Calendar Law, as soon as the breath is out of the old gentleman's body...