It’s Snowing Gold by Kimberly Brown

It’s Snowing Gold is a beautiful and tender story of a young, energetic narwhal named Nia, who goes on a very special journey with her mother to celebrate her sixth birthday. There is excitement and adventure throughout their journey, as well as a touching ending that shows perseverance pays off and that love abounds. It’s Snowing Gold is also a delightful story about hard work and achieving goals. Paperback Look Inside

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I Do Not Want This On My Plate by Jennifer Bisignano

Based on the many years the author has taught early childhood education, is about a girl who has a spoonful of green beans placed on her lunch plate for the first time. She does not want them there and gets upset. She cannot avoid the watery vegetables or eat around them. The caregiver’s rule is to try something new once. The child expands her trust in the caregiver and tastes the green beans. Children often learn from stories that are told multiple times. This is one of them! Paperback Look Inside

HippoDuck Trouble at the Airport by Sandra Magura

HippoDuck is an unusual stuffed animal. Hippo is friendly and always loves a good adventure. Duck is shy and likes to stay home and play. Hippo and Duck have been sewn together so neither of them would get lost. Early one summer morning HippoDuck, their best friend Charlotte and her family were on their way to the airport. HippoDuck had no idea that their first trip with Charlotte would be full of adventures. In an unexpected turn of events at airport security, Charlotte is nowhere to be found. HippoDuck travel through the busy airport, visit a bookstore, the food court, a baggage claim belt and even travel on a moving walkway. Will they ever find Charlotte before their plane leaves? Paperback
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Daisy’s New Day by Kathryn Heim

This book tells the story of a little girl who gets a big hug from her mommy and daddy when she wakes up in the morning to start her new day. Using a mix of imagination and the wonder of childhood, this heartwarming book shares a timeless message that speaks to all generations and teaches children the value of expressing love to those close to us. Daisy’s New Day is a read aloud book for toddlers and Pre-kindergarten children. Paperback Look Inside

Chef Aiden and the Corn Maze by Tracy Andrews

Aiden and his brother Traven love going on adventures. When Aiden hears that the corn maze they are about to explore may be haunted, he becomes a little scared. The two boys and their friends Nick and Alex discover what’s haunting the corn maze and enjoy the surprise that’s waiting for them. Have fun with their adventures and try Chef Aiden’s delicious recipe with your friends and family in your own kitchen.Paperback Look Inside

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Postcard From London by Rachel Faith

CoverPostLondon.inddIllustrated by Alejandra Bize. It is Christmas Eve in Berlin. Leonard receives a postcard from a little girl in London called Marianne, asking him to visit her and bring the brightest starlight in the world. Curious about the world beyond his neighborhood and sensing that this is no ordinary postcard, Leonard decides to jump straight through the postcard and see what awaits him in London. Following on the magical heels of Postcard from Copenhagen, Postcard from London is the adventure of two different kids from two different cultures, who fi nd common ground through exploration, friendship, and letting the strength of their own bright lights shine out into the great big world. Look Inside

 

Bilingual Books – The New Friend/El amigo nuevo

amigoA new family has moved to the neighborhood. The neighborhood friends wonder where the family comes from. Tito meets the boy who has moved into the house that was empty. His name is Makoto and he is from Japan. Soon Makoto and the neighborhood friends become inseparable. Together, they share games and experiences. The New Friend is a multicultural story about the values of friendship, welcoming and acceptance. A new family has moved to the neighborhood. The neighborhood friends wonder where the family comes from. Tito meets the boy who has moved into the house that was empty. His name is Makoto and he is from Japan. Soon Makoto and the neighborhood friends become inseparable. Together, they share games and experiences.

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