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Alexa, What Color are you? Dr. Kimberly Ortiz-Hartman
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ISBN: 9781642542523
Alexa is a curious girl who loves colors. She goes through a journey with her parents to explore her biracial identity through the world of color. Biracial individuals often experience questions about their "color" or race because skin color is one of the first things we notice about each other. This book provides a loving story of how to navigate race and identity conversations for children and their parents.
Alzheimer's Book for Children jennifer awinda
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
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ISBN: 9781620308059
In poetic verse and colorful illustration, ABC Alzheimer's Book for Children is an activity guide of ideas to engage people with dementia.
AMERICAN DREAM Tara Kissoon
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ISBN: 9781990578038
This book is based on true events, and I hope it inspires young adults to persevere through life’s adversities as personal goals are always achievable… “Never Give Up”. My grandmother was a remarkable woman, she was a wonderful combination of warmth and kindness, love and laughter. As a child, I was fortunate to have a loving grandmother, my parents are divorced and during the period from I was born to the age of seventeen, we move continuously. Living in two countries, two provinces and attending seven schools to include private preschool in Georgetown, Guyana, public and catholic schools in Canada. This book provides elements of a health childhood development fostered through a s ...
Ancient African Village Trick Vivian Van Gorder
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''An Ancient African Village Trick" is a story of a little boy name Santo, whose mum sent her child around the village in search of something called ''Omu Nwa Ri." Santo has no knowledge about this item which, apparently, only the mums in the village knows. Santo found his friends looking for the same thing --- “Omu Nwa Ri’’. Finally, Santo and his friend decide to visit Elder Mazi -- the oldest and wisest man in the village. Elder Mazi told Santo and his friends what the use of the phrase "Omu Nwa Ri" really means. This book helps us learn about African community unity and presents a unique insight into the wisdom of an African style of parenting.
Andy and the Bully! The Real Super-Man Paul Rushin
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No one should have to face a bully alone. This story is partly true and partly make-believe. Andy, the main character in the story, is based on a real person. In this book we reveal a very powerful principle Andy learned and used to become one of the world’s richest, most powerful men. When you read this story, you too can discover the important principle for yourself, and one day, you also may become powerful! Even if you have never encountered a bully, you will find it to be very valuable advice. This knowledge also will help you handle many other adversities in life.
Another Tender-Headed Girl Andrea Perkins
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Janey is struggling to find just the right hair style for her, and being tender-headed is not helping the situation. Will she figure it out? Or will she end up losing her confidence all together.
Ant-T John Carey
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Enjoy the fun of learning how ants survive in their environment. This story is about a small colony of ants who live in the backyard. This book also talks about a School Science Fair.
Aria's Big Lesson Kelly Robinson
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A young girl who loves basketball, sets out on a journey of learning life skills on and off the basketball court.
Asa's Medicine Ashley Wynn-Grimes
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It is Asa’s first day at a new school in a new state. Just like any 3rd grader, he worries about making new friends and being accepted. And just like any child who has an illness, he needs to make sure he takes his medicine on time. After being teased, Asa gets a rare opportunity to teach his friends about his unique medicine while he learns an important lesson too. Asa’s Medicine is a story to teach children, parents and school staff about acceptance and medical equality.
Baby Bird Baby Bird What Will You Be? Linda Jo White
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We are told by the creator of the universe that each of us has been given a gift – or gifts- for a specific purpose. Romans 12:6 describes these wonderful gifts and are part of a collective group of gifts intended to be the answer to a question in our generation. It is Original Truth that we were all created different but equal. The reason for our creation and birth is to solve a problem which exists in the world in a way no one else can solve. Most of us are never taught this fact about ourselves nor are we encouraged to discover, identify, cultivate and pursue these God-given gifts. I find this to be one life’s greatest tragedies and hence, the reason for the writing of this book. ...

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