Introducing AFRAID OF THE DARK: Episode 1 (ZAP) by Gregg Cox. Genre: Children’s Picture Book. A small mass of energy, known as Zap, senses the fear of children around the world and seeks out different children to playfully explain how these fears can be overcome.
In this episode: Afraid of the dark, Zap demonstrates that darkness is actually only the removal of colors and that the colors are only sleeping.
Introducing Flower Girl ADVENTURES: The Seed by Vivian Pettersson. Genre: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths for Children. Beautiful picture book introducing children to various types of flowers. It teaches them about nature and teamwork.
Introducing The Little Blue Worm: Written and Illustrated By Z.B. Sanders. Genres: Parent Participation In Education and Early Childhood Education. This is a children’s book written for all ages on the topic of “bullying.” This is a modern adaptation of “The Ugly Duckling” in order to discuss bullying openly with children, without having to “single out” bullies or the bullied parties. This story was made as a visual aid resource for teachers, parents, coaches, teens or children.
Introducing Richard’s Changing Tree – Lesson on Seasons by Charma-Lee Ritchie with Illustrations by Lisa Davis. Perfect for 3 to 8 year olds. Follow Richard on this lovely adventure through the seasons. His changing tree is fascinating to him, and he seeks to learn more. What will he learn about trees?
This book was created to teach children. In the back of the book there is a bonus page with puzzles for brain activity.
Introducing A Very Berry Fairy Adventure By Sparrow with new artwork by Dipetrama. Genre: Children’s Illustrated Chapter Book.
This book allows for a child’s imagination to run wild with its creative character combinations,
interesting locations and light-hearted plot. It is a fun and magical read.
Introducing Why I Love My Mommy By Stephanie K Bell with Illustrations By Kenny Dawn. Genre: Children’s Picture Book. Mommies are cherished and loved unconditionally. This story is shared by a little boy who talks about all the reasons why he loves his Mommy.
Introducing A Ride To Save The Earth by Lilian Ruach With Illustrations by Alvin Cadiz. Genre: Children’s Picture Book. A Ride To Save The Earth is about three young children, Audrey, Angela, and Alvin whose families usually get together every summer for a cookout, during these cookouts, a lot of food and drinks are usually served. This summer, the young friends decided to go on a ride to save the earth at the end of the cookout. Audrey, Angela and Alvin were so happy for their contribution towards saving the earth as they sang their favorite earth song.
Introducing Elizabeth Finds Her Brave by Laura Bridle-Smith. Genre: Children’s Books on Horses and Children’s Books on Emotions and Feelings. Trying something new can be daunting and scary.
All children at some point are nervous and wary.
But Elizabeth is determined to find a hobby to love.
To find new friends and a club to be part of.
But not all friends have two legs, some, of course, have four.
With hooves, a tail and big brown eyes to adore.
As a pony named Sara enters the stage
Will Elizabeth ever Find her Brave?
Stay Safe with Ruby and Reuben by Sneha Sabu. An interactive safety book for preschoolers and primary school children. Child characters Ruby and Reuben, and interactive activities make it easy for children to understand safety topics easily.
Introducing Aaliyah the Brave: Empowering Children Coping with Immigration Enforcement By Rekha Sharma-Crawford with illustrations by QBN Studios and other contributions by by Isha Patel. Genre: Children’s Books on Immigration. Designed as a resource for parents, teachers, social workers, advocates, and lawyers, Aaliyah The Brave helps readers understand the impact immigration enforcement can have on children and what emotions children may feel in the aftermath.
Tripp and Dakota’s Big Adventure by Sydney Daniels with Illustrations by Fedjine Faye Constant. Genre: Children’s Science Fiction Books. Tripp and his best friend, Dakota, embark on an educational adventure that is out of this world. In this book you’ll be transported to Mars. Your kids will be taken on an engaging educational journey that will teach them about our solar system.
Introducing Am I A Good Kid? By Josh Soule. Recommended for children aged 5-10, this book is designed to inspire children to grow, and remind them that it’s okay to make mistakes and have feelings. Sometimes growing up can be pretty tough, and it’s easy to feel like maybe we’re not so good at it… but mistakes are part of growing up, and parents and teachers are here to help kids learn and grow!
The Newman Tales, Vol 3: Never Judge A Book – My Fur-Ever Friends By Lynn F Austin – Genre: Children’s Dog Books – The Newman Tales share the adventures of Newman, a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, rescued from the meat industry in Taiwan and saved from euthanasia at the Humane Society.
Introducing Reunited by Camy De Mario. Genre: Children’s Marine Life Stories. From a short animated movie to a children’s book…”A baby sea turtle has just been born, and a new life cycle begins.
Introducing Laurel’s Marvelous Kingdom by Monique Roy with Illustrations by Lauren Curtis. This fairy tale for early readers will enliven the imagination of children with a magical adventure. Story Book for 5 to 10 year olds. The story teaches that we are all extraordinary, and that we should appreciate and respect the uniqueness of others.
Introducing Tales of a Middle School Witch: A Magical Illustrated Chapter Book for Preteens By Tora Blair. Genre: Middle Grade Paranormal, Occult & Supernatural Chapter Books
Introducing Bye Bye Binky by M.S. Johnson with illustrations by David Ampudia Martinez. Genre: Children’s Beginner Readers. Milestones are an important part of growing up.
Introducing Words Carry Power by A.P. Wright with Illustrations by Ogbechie Triumph. Genre: Children’s Imagination and Play. This book is meant to educate children on the power that their words carry.
Introducing Miss Gifty’s School by Catherine and Melanie Lemesle – A Kindle Vella Serial – Genre: Fantasy Mystery For Children. Read the story and listen to Melanie sing “Blank Page”.
Introducing ABC Daily Alphabet And Numbers: Colour In Fun And Learn By Ferleen Verneuil-Joseph