Category Archives: New Children Books

Beware

by Bob Raczka

A cautionary tale using words made up of only the five letters in the title (B, E, W, A, and R). Can a bear and a bee become firends?  Abe and Bree aren’t supposed to get along.  when they meet, they panic.  Abe swats! Bee stings!  Now they’re both hurt….

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The Bold, Brave Bunny

by Beth Ferry

Hop along with Teetu, the bold, brave bunny, as he finds his way in this tale that reminds us that it’s splendid to see the world, but that it’s even more wonderful to go home, and share it with the ones you love. 

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Green on Green

by Dianne White

A child is on a colorful journey through the seasons, filled with yellow flowers and blue coral in spring and summer and orange pumpkins and green pine forests in fall and winter.  all the while, there is another colorful change on the horizon– the birth of a new sibling. 

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Egg or Eyeball

by Cece Bell

Oh! Oh, oh, oh! Look what Brain found.  Chick and Spot say it is an egg.  Brain says it is an eyeball.  Is it and egg or an eyeball? 

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A Trip to the Country for Marvin & James

by Elise Broach

Marvin gets invited to spend a weekend with James visiting Karl and Christina in the country.  And Marvin is bringing his cousin Elaine!   Together, they partake in exciting outdoor activities.  But a playful boat ride on a pond turns into an unexpected adventure.  How will James and Marvin and Elaine find each other out in the wilderness. 

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Science Comics: Crows

by Kyla Vanderklugt

Did you know that crows make their own tools, lead complex social lives, and never forget a human face?  Scientists are just beginning to unlock the secrets of the crow’s brain to discover how these avian Einsteins can be as smart as some primates. 

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Old Rock (is not boring)

by Deb Pilutti

Old Rock has been sitting in the same spot in the pine forest for as long as anyone can remember.  Spotted Beetle, Tall Pine, and Hummingbird think just sitting there must be boring, but they are in for a wonderful surprise.  Fabulous tales of adventurous travel, exotic scenery, and more from Old Rock’s life prove it has been anything but boring. 

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The Three Billy Goats Buenos

by Susan Middleton Elya

Humor abounds in this masterfully-bilingual twist of “The Three Billy Goats Gruff”  that dares to ask the question:  why is that troll so grumpy anyway? 

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