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  • A is For Alcorn: Alphabet Book

    by Breanna Fulton
    Breanna Fulton's debut children's book gives your child a learning experience rooted in the joys of an HBCU experience at Alcorn. This fun ABC book utilizes elements of rhyme and vivid artistry to showcase the history that Alcorn has to offer.
  • Oh, that Munchausen! - interactive audiobook-game!

    by FingerTipsAndCompany

    Here comes “Oh, that Munchausen!”- the fascinating interactive audiobook-game for kids and adults in which you play the role of the Baron Munchausen’s granddaughter and help your grandfather remember all his stories.

    Available on Google Play and App store on June 14, 2020.

    Listen, play and laugh!

  • The Adventures of Hammy the Hamster

    by Amy Cohen

    This true story begins with a little boy named Jack who is sad when he goes to sleep at night. He then gets a hamster that takes him and his family on an adventure. Jack and his family must search for Hammy the Hamster after he escapes. Jack learns that even when you are sad, one day you will smile again.

  • The Firefly Warriors Club

    by Susan Count
    When a mysterious light entices twelve-year-old Davy and his bothersome cousin, Anderson, into the woods, they discover the forest is alive with wonder. Firefly magic dazzles the boys, and they vow to save the insects from destruction. Then a fire rages in the forest. Despite the cousins’ creative efforts to help the firefighters, the situation for the fireflies plummets from grim to dire. As the blaze consumes the fireflies’ habitat, the young warriors despair. They enlist the support of ... more
  • Running Away - Maggie's Story

    by Sheri McGuinn
    The plan is in place. By the time they realize she won’t be back, Maggie will be in another state, in a new life about to run again from new dangers. When Peg realizes why her daughter has run away, she knows she needs to find her quickly or they may never see each other again. Peg’s missing journal from when she ran away herself is the only clue to Maggie’s whereabouts. The story is told from both points of view. Originally published as Running Away, portions of this novel have been updated to ... more
  • Lessons in Saving a Girl

    by LeighLa Graham
    Emily Evers Kraft is an avoidance addict. Her mother is on another med-vacation. No, med-vacation is not the same thing as Club Med where people are pampered with seven days of oceanfront cottages, free margaritas and all-inclusive spa packages. It’s the roller coaster ride Emily’s family endures when the matriarch won’t stay on her prescribed medications. Honed from years of playing out the family drama, Emily is good at running from everything, even her own talent, but when Coach Allen disco... more
  • Edwin and the Climbing Boys, ISBN 9781787106758

    by Benita Cullingford
    Description:\tEdwin, an orphan of noble birth, runs away from his academic boarding school. An unexpected encounter with climbing boys, Smudge and Jake, leads to an adventure beyond his wildest dreams.
  • Gaka the Duckling goes for a Walk

    by Martina Tončić
    A story about a curious duckling that goes to explore the world outside the lake on which she lives, despite the warnings of her parents that she could get lost. At the end, she really does get lost… (The story has a happy ending.) An edifying fable whose intention is to teach children to listen to the advice and warnings of their parents, because parents know much more than their children do about the world and the dangers children could encounter there.
  • Who STOLE Jenny Rae's World?

    by Cameile Graham
    A kid gives her account of the early days of a pandemic, how her world changed and what she hoped to happen.
  • Small White

    by Antonina Novarese
    This charming and gentle story follows a small white butterfly as she tries to escape the dangers of rain, wind, and voracious predators looking to catch her. How many surprises can an ordinary, rainy summer day bring? Will the little hero come home safely? Will she meet a friend to comfort and help her? This beautifully illustrated picture book, featuring simple yet touching text and likable animal characters, is perfect for very young readers, ages 2 to 4 years old.
  • Believe

    by Julie Mathison
    A quirky, heartfelt middle-grade novel about grief and the resilience of the human spirit. Full of humor and wonder, Believe explores the power and limits of the imagination – and how love both breaks and heals our hearts. Eleven-year-old Melanie knows she's special. She's never been bored. She understands the secret language of old houses and makes jewels out of broken glass. Her imagination can do anything -- except make friends. It's 1980, and life as a fifth grader at Buckminster Experime... more
  • Ethan's Healthy Mind Express: A Children's First Mental Health Primer

    by Erik Bean

    Ethan’s Healthy Mind Express was created to take readers on a rhyming journey to promote better mental health and embrace Atypical (neurodiverse) socialization and inclusion needs. It also provides tips to avoid areas of the Internet leading to isolation or danger and contains 19 handcrafted brilliant paper illustrations. Selected for presentation at the 2021 Literacy & Language Summer Institute: National Council of Teachers of English. Available at tinyurl.com/mentalhealthtrainbook. Le... more

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  • Do You Think She's a Witch?

    by Judith Ackerman
    It's Halloween, and children's imaginations run wild when they see an old woman all dressed in black, with a mole on her nose and a hump on her back. Do you think she's a witch? Could it possibly be true? She looks just like one, or did she fool you? A wonderful story that keeps the children guessing to the very end!
  • Fox and Bear

    by Rebecca Moody, Lauren Reese
    Bear is Fox's safe someone. When Fox is old enough to go out on adventures, Bear always love to hear about the memories Fox has made! But when something upsetting happens, Fox is afraid to share the hard memory with Bear. Is it safe to share sad and upsetting memories? Or can Fox keep them hidden from Bear? With charming illustrations and sweet prose, Fox and Bear is captivating and simple enough for children to find it engaging while also being informative for adults as well, guiding them th... more

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