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  • The Secrets of Skin Colour

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    Open your eyes! Ready your ears! It’s time to learn with the Ace Compeers! The Ace Compeers are a diverse group of friends committed to learning all about the world and helping others. Join Ang, Basma, Riley, Erika, and Manjeet as they learn about ...


  • The Joy of Thinking

    Mathematical and Scientific Thinking Skills for Young MInds by

    You can develop your observational, analytical, visual, and critical thinking skills, and have fun doing it! Start with your own natural curiosity, knowledge, and insights, then, by using a small and familiar data set, you will learn how ...


  • Pawsitively Rasta

    A Service Dog's Adventures by

    This book is the second in a series for 'Team Dax a Service Dog's adventures", featuring the newest member "Rasta"who is 1 of 220 Courtroom Service dogs in the United States. Learning a new routine and love of interaction with others all while ...


  • Rescuing Reese

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    Reese isn’t like other dogs. He doesn’t have a family that loves him, he never gets to run and play, and he’s terrified of people. But one day, someone new visits the animal shelter. Deedee doesn’t mind that Reese is scared, and she spends time ...


  • Kid Power!

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    So many of us grew up hating science because of the way it was taught. If we want kids to get excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), we need to connect that learning to real-world power and discovery. KID POWER! follows two ...


  • Love in Action

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    Love is a superpower—but how do we use it? Putting love into action means lots of different things, like helping others, believing in ourselves and standing up for what’s right. When we put love into action, we make the world a better place. Love ...


  • What To Do When God Shows Up

    A Story of Healing by

    When a car accident landed Teresa Aeschliman’s oldest sister Pauline in the hospital with severe injuries, seven-year-old Teresa knew what to do: sing, climb on the furniture, pray, eat her peas, dance, sing some more, search for matching socks, ...


  • Pip the Orphaned Otter

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    Ever since the night Pip got lost looking for his mother, he has lived in a strange place full of humans. They bring him food and keep him safe, and they teach him things just like his mother used to. Someday he’ll get to return to the wild and find ...


  • The Purple Lion and the Spotted Leopard: There's a Muffin in My Boot

    A Guide to Character for Primary and Middle School Students by

    Author Manfred J. von Vulte and Illustrator Shane Kirshenblatt bring to life the importance of character for primary and middle school students. Join Gary the Purple Lion and Larry the Spotted Leopard as they go to school and discover that ...


  • Let's Run-Allons Courir

    Moving is part of our DNA / Nous sommes fait pour bouger by

    Ready, set . . . Go! It’s time to learn about the benefits of a life on the move! Humans are uniquely suited to running long distances. Running helped the first humans hunt, and it helps present-day humans stay healthy and have fun! In Let’s Run, ...