Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Values & Virtues
by Shirley Johnston
Peter’s family doesn’t have a lot of money, but that doesn’t stop him from helping others in need. When a new boy named Mark starts at Peter’s school and has no lunch to eat, Peter shares his two homemade slices of bread with him. Mark reveals his ...
Chippy's Family Helping Others
by Linda Stoner
Chippy is a young chipmunk who loves spending time with his family. His relatives have many different occupations and interests. Chippy enjoys seeing how they help others. It is amazing how they all got involved in so many ways, from teaching ...
The First Salmon Run
The Bear Cubs' Adventure by Rhonda Girard
Father Bear—Pâpâ Maskwa—is taking his two bear cubs to the river for their first salmon run. Along the journey, they meet their friends squirrel, (añikwacâs), seal, (âhkik), and salmon, (sôsâsiw). With each friend, the cubs learn lessons in ...
The FEAR Machine
Culture Misled: Choose Fear or Courage? by Christine Farrell
“The nose knows,” as the saying goes, and nowhere is that truer than in Cyber Cosmos, a world that is utterly dependent on its flower fields and the renowned perfumes that are made from them. Although this highly lucrative industry should benefit ...
The Tale of Dickon and the Strawberries
by Arlee Petkau
Dickon is a young chickadee who loves to eat strawberries more than anything else. One day, when he tries to eat from a patch of strawberries that do not belong to him, he learns that being greedy can lead to trouble. Accompanied by beautiful ...
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, ...
by Michael Koffler
Who is the person that starts every day early? That’s the person who is looking for the advantage. The person who plans things and practices is the person best suited to achieving confidence and preparedness. Who is the person that experiences ...
Charlie Lou Goes to the Rodeo
by E. Alan Fleischauer
Join Charlie Lou as she goes to her first rodeo with her Grandpa Alan. While her grandpa is getting cotton candy, Charlie Lou notices a classmate with autism who is being bullied. Using her quick thinking, she confronts the bully and defends her ...
Who Hid the Raisin Bread?
by Gracie Sweetstory
It used to be that GRACIE SWEETSTORY would go along for the ride with Narrative Artist, HEATHER EMBERLEY, to schools to read to kids. Now it’s the other way around and Gracie is the one telling the story.
Mother Nature's Plan
Saga of Mik and Min by Willie Bevan
With the world’s food supply controlled by greedy, evil corporations, the Earth is dying and needs help. Mother Nature and Father Time knew this day would come and have devised a plan. Long ago, they sent twelve families of magical creatures—two ...