Juvenile Fiction, Health & Daily Living
Kenny Gets Her Crown
by Alyssa Humphrey
Due to torticollis, Kennedy hasn’t been able to turn her head to the left! When her neck is finally freed, she discovers that her head is lumpy as a result of positional plagiocephaly! Luckily, Mommy knows some inventors who can make a helmet to ...
Gimme a Break!
by Chanda Minor Brigance
Chan is a caregiver, which means she takes care of people who cannot take care of themselves. It’s a special and important job, but it can be tiring, so Chan is careful to take a break when she needs one. Presented for children, Gimme a Break! ...
by Deanna Scaccia-Pagliuca
Lily E. is five years old, very brave, and very bold—but sometimes she puts her shoes on the wrong feet! At the zoo, the monkeys yell, “Banana feet, banana feet, yummy to munch, we want to eat them for our lunch.” Luckily, Lily E. knows what to ...
The Ant Who Needed A Transplant
by Dr. Bill Wall
Mama Ant, Papa Ant, Russell, and Sophie all live together in a thriving ant community. They love each other very much, and in the winter their favourite activity is to go tobogganing together. But one winter, Papa Ant has trouble climbing the hill. ...
by Rachel Lillie
When you use your tongue to feel your teeth, do they feel fuzzy? If so, it’s time to brush! It’s easy to get distracted by all the fun things to do in the world. But whether you’re about to go and play in the yard or getting ready for bed, you know ...
A Pandemic Adventure
by Robina Brah
Tired of being stuck at home during a global pandemic, A young porcupine named Peter desperately longs for an adventure. Deciding to leave his village in search of new excitement, he stumbles across a town called Whitby. While there, Peter makes ...
My Mom has the Boo Boos
by Jerry Lalic
When Mom gets sick, it can be pretty scary! The doctor is doing their best to help, and friends are coming around to share their well-wishes, but why is this boo boo different from a cold or a flu? And how can one little kid help make it better? ...
What Kind of Sick is Uncle John?
by Sharon Simon
Uncle John is in the hospital because he’s sick. But he doesn’t have a tummy ache, sniffles, or a fever. So… what KIND of sick is Uncle John? In this tender conversation between a mother and son, the child is trying to understand his uncle’s ...
Little Dirty Diaper Girl
by J. E. Young
Oh, no! It’s a potty-training disaster! Etta NEVER wants to have her diaper changed. She likes being a baby. She likes being hugged and cuddled all day. And she especially likes knowing that her parents love her just the way she is—stinky diaper ...
Little Gloria's Garden
I Am Proud of Me by Angela Buchanan
Little Gloria wants to make a garden with her mama. She learns to plant the seeds, water the soil, and remove the weeds. Helping the garden takes patience, gentle hands, and attention, but little Gloria is determined. Little Gloria’s Garden reminds ...