Juvenile Fiction, Concepts, Words
The Biggest Word
by Jackie Reneau and Morgan Hunsaker
One of Sam’s favorite things to do is pretend, and sometimes it gets him into trouble – but not too much trouble. With a little help from his mom, Sam’s imagination takes him on all kinds of amazing adventures. A fun and heartwarming book, The ...
Just A Position
by Robey S. Stothart
Boy and girl. Salty and sweet. Black and white. These things might seem like opposites, but they don’t have to be! It’s all in how you see it. What we think of as opposites might be ‘just a position.’ This delightful story is designed to teach ...
by Richard Bird
Chulippitee. Buckadoodle. Uckeybuckey. What do these words have in common? Poppy and Freddy invented them! Freddy and his grandfather, Poppy, love to spend time together. One day, while they’re eating a snack, Poppy says, “Buckadoodle,” to Freddy. ...
Absolute Animal Alliteration
by Tim Kopperud
Children love word games. This delightful book uses bright pictures of kooky animals to introduce children to the power of the alphabet and the fun of alliteration. Absolute Animal Alliteration takes every single letter of the alphabet (yes, even ...
Taige's Mouse Tails of ABCs
by Gloria J. Sampson
Come...Let’s join our little Taige mouse and wander around Mousetown. We’ll meet her little mouse friends and they will tell you their stories using the alphabet and having fun
The Weather's Shitty, Kitty
A Conversation-starter for Kids about Word Choices by Dr. John F. Does
Children absorb information and language like little sponges, sometimes faster than they can handle and with no real understanding of what the words mean. But that doesn’t stop them from parroting our words back at us. So, what do we do when our ...
No! Mommy Said
by Kristy Ann Council
Maylea is a joyful, curious toddler soaking up everthing she is learning like a sponge. But the word NO! seems to be the main word she is learning and hears everyday. While exploring her world Maylea learns the word No! is not a mean word but a word ...
Gem and I
The ABC Game by Monique Crawley
On a hot summer day in Texas, all Gem wants is for his older sister, Lisa, to take him to the park. Lisa would rather stay inside, so she decides to teach her little brother how to play the ABC game. Together they creatively go through every letter ...
The Dozen Dozens
by Tom Green
Once upon a time there was a man named Mr. Dozen. Mr. Dozen’s first name was Odd. Odd is an odd name, but Odd was his name. Odd Dozen had a wife. Mrs. Dozen’s first name was Even. Even is a different kind of name, but Even was her name....
Curious Creatures of Canada (Alberta phase)
by Andrew J. 'Estubar' Sawatzky
Curious Creatures of Canada (Alberta phase), is an illustrated and descriptive alphabetical listing. Though the creatures are imaginary, some resemble real counterparts, for example, the Relbaat and Wrungneck. The book concept, encouraged by ...