A lovely picture book about true friends and friendship and what it entails being a good friend…
Small is grim and grumpy and small and feels that nobody loves him at all! This is a story about love, No Matter What!
A quick introduction to the basics of flight to the very young, that is sure to encourage that sense of wonder!
The second in the shapes trilogy, this picture book introduces the reader to a day (or two) in the life of Square.
Find the Wolf by Carly Blake… a brilliantly interactive and engaging read for little ones.
A wonderful picture book about true events in the life of Margaret Hamilton – Computer Scientist and Software Engineer!
George, like any pet, wants to please his master. But it is difficult to do so when nature calls!
Giraffe Problems by Jory John – a fantasticly fun read that addresses self-acceptance and making the most of what you’ve got!
Crunch is a very shy dinosaur! But with just the right amount of tenderness, he will be your friend! A wonderfully interactive story for little ones!
This picture book addresses the need for us to be present in the moment.
The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss, retold by Zorp, the alien from planet Zekron!
Breaking rules is not always a bad thing! Being a friend in need is much more important. Read more about our first Book Club meeting for 2020!
What is a community? And what is more exciting than a circus community?
Birdie doesn’t have a house! When it rains, he gets wet, and when the wind blows, he gets very cold! Will Birdie find a suitable house?
We kicked off our Kids Book Club Infant & Toddler Story Time for 2020 with this amazing, fun picture book! Read more about it here!
The results of our Book Rating project for 2019 – which books and authors do kids in our Kids Book Club love best? Read this article to find out!
Roxaboxen – a beautiful memory of times past! Read more about it here…
Who wouldn’t like to travel the world?! Even better if you can gather ingredients for a delicious apple pie on the way! Join a little girl on her journey!
Flexible Thinking encourages us to look at things another way. In this book, Braden learns to think flexibly and teaches readers to do so too!
A peddler has some caps for sale, but experiences some trouble with a few naughty monkeys. What will he do?