Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Friendship
You Like What You Like, and That Is All Right!
by Ryan Marr
It is not girl things, or boy things, it is my, your, and our things. Every kid likes something different. Some like to paint their nails, or make up fantasy stories, or play sports. No matter what you like, there’s someone out there who will share ...
Curtis Finds a New Hobby - Wolastoqey Translation
by Mike Hennessey and Rachel McNair
Curtis loves to play video games. When his mom suggests he try something new, his friends show him their hobbies: playing ball hockey, painting, and playing the drum, but none of these hobbies suit Curtis. Then, when sitting with an Elder, Dawn, he ...
A Discovery of Mystery and Magic
by Shani Simmons
Peek-A-Boo, Princess Cheyenne, and their friends are back for another adventure! Peek-A-Boo, the reluctant runaway, and Princess Cheyenne, the pampered Persian, love to spend their days together relaxing in the garden behind Grandma and Megan’s ...
Adventures of Livvy and the Snail
by Marian Heemskerk
Livvy wants to go on an adventure! She grabs her magnifying glass and heads out to the garden to see what she can find. After following a trail of shiny slime, she discovers a shy little snail named Gary. Gary warms up to Livvy quickly and the two ...
A Tale of Two Kitties
by Lynn Wittenberg
Bear and Mittens couldn’t be more different! They share a home, but they don’t share ideas about how to have fun. Bear wants adventures. She wants to pretend she’s a pirate sailing the open sea, a pilot flying high in the sky, or a mountaineer ...
by Elizabeth McFadyen Riley
Lizzie and her friends are about to embark on an unforgettable summer adventure. On the very last week of the summer in 1953, Lizzie and her friends make an exciting discovery on the beach behind her cottage: there was a huge, stump of a tree ...
Mylo Finds A Friend
by Gale Riding
When Mylo the moose is born, he wobbles on his green legs. He learns how to walk, where to sleep, and what to eat. But when it’s time to meet the other creatures of the forest, Mylo doesn’t fit in. The bird laughs. The bunny scorns him. A herd of ...
A Touch Of Friendship
by Tricia Martin
Ollie the Octopus has many friends in the bay in which he lives. He is a very encouraging octopus, and the reader gets to follow him on a tour of the intertidal zone, where he meets various creatures and helps them see the best in themselves, ...
Polar Bear and Walrus Find Their Hearts
by Trevor Doram
On a bright sunny day in icy waters, Walrus spies Polar Bear. They are both wary and afraid of each other—but also curious. “I think, just like me, inside you’re quite friendly,” says Walrus. Overcoming their fear takes a lot of courage, but once ...
The Weaver Witch
by Francine Noiseux
Bethany is the littlest witch in the Hollows Coven, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t powerful. In fact, Bethany is a Weaver Witch, a very special kind of magic-user who can cast any spell she needs. Though she keeps her magic a secret, afraid of how ...