Juvenile Fiction, School & Education
by Elly Gilmore
Buzz, buzz. What’s that sound? What’s that weird, not-good feeling? When a young girl gets “bitten by the anxiety bug,” she feels confused, scared, and lonely. She worries about everything: Do the other kids not like me? Will the wind blow those ...
Welcome to the Little Schoolhouse
by Ron Hiebert and Liana Hiebert
It’s the first day of kindergarten, and Miss Mindy (the teacher) is very excited to meet all her new students and get to know them. She’s even more excited to tell them about the amazing field trip she’s taking them on to celebrate the beginning of ...
“Do Bears Have Belly Buttons?”
by Mindy Atwood
“Grandma, do bears have belly buttons?” Alexis asks lots of remarkable questions. Usually, Grandma knows the answers to them, but even she doesn’t know if bears have belly buttons. Grandma takes Alexis to the zoo to meet Dr. Merry, who answers ...
by Evangeline Anthony
One day at school, a teacher tells her class that she has a special project for them: they have to write a story using adverbs and adjectives! Some of the kids know exactly what they want to write, but one student has no idea what to write about. ...
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 Kaley Hodgson
This book takes little readers on a visual tour of forests, wetlands, mountains, and prairies, introducing animals and objects that are important to many Indigenous cultures. Bears and fish, moon and stars, fall and winter… Designed to facilitate ...
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 ...
by Sanjae Citko
The target audience is for kids in elementary/early education. The text deals with themes about the life cycle, metamorphosis, amphibians, nature, exploration & observation, caring for pets and responsibility. This story features a young boy who ...
Hugo Does Not Need To Read
by Jodi Roelands
Hugo doesn’t think he needs to read. He’s sure of it actually. He gets by just fine without it, no matter what his parents say. His mom reads to him all the time anyway, and when she’s not around, he just looks at the pictures. Reading is too ...
I Am Brilliant... And I Know It
Helping the Early Reader Embrace Their Greatness by Sophie Lazarou and Suzanne Scotland
Sophie Lazarou is the author of the best-selling books: Beautiful Brilliant and Brave, and I am Beautiful…and I Know it. Her first book was the inspiration for this children’s trilogy series that serves as a tool to initiate important conversations, ...