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Star in the Forest by Laura Resau

Published 9 March 2010


Zitlally's family is undocumented, and her father has just been arrested for speeding and deported back to Mexico. As her family waits for him to return—they’ve paid a coyote to guide him back across the border—they receive news that he and the coyote’s other charges have been kidnapped and are being held for ransom. Meanwhile, Zitlally and a new friend find a dog in the forest near their trailer park. They name it Star for the star-shaped patch over its eye. As time goes on, Zitlally starts to...

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Hug Lap-Size Board Book by Jez Alborough

Published 23 August 2005


"Like a wordless book, the story unfolds through a series of expressive pictures. . . . Alborough makes clear . . . the elation the animals gain from their shared affection." — Publishers Weekly (starred review) Bobo needs a hug. But his friends don't seem to understand. "Hug," he implores, time and again. Time and again his puzzled pals — from the smallest chameleon to the tallest giraffe — shrug and cuddle with their jungle mothers. As the lonely chimp's plea escalates, his friends grow conce...

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The first in a six-book series, We the Children follows Ben, his tech-savvy friend, Jill, and the class know-it-all, Robert, as they uncover a remarkable history and use it to protect the school. Sixth grader Benjamin Pratt loves history, which makes going to the historic Duncan Oakes School a pretty cool thing. But a wave of commercialization is hitting the area and his beloved school is slated to be torn down to make room for an entertainment park. This would be most kids' dream-except there'...

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Because Your Mommy Loves You by Andrew Clements

Published 3 April 2012


When challenges arise during a hiking and camping trip a mother could do a lot of things herself, such as carrying her son's heavy pack or putting up the tent by herself, but always finds a way to lovingly teach self-reliance.

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Le Nuage de Maman by Jessica Williams

Published 8 January 2019


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Don't Expect Magic by Kathy McCullough

Published 1 January 2011

Young Adult

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Daddy Is My Hero by Tabitha Sims

Published 27 September 2014


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Fing by David Walliams

Published 21 February 2019


The new children's book from No. 1 bestselling author David Walliams - a deliciously daft Tall Story of a child who had everything, but still wanted more. Illustrated by artistic genius, Tony Ross. Meet the Meeks! Myrtle Meek has everything she could possibly want. But everything isn't enough. She wants more, more, MORE! When Myrtle declares she wants a FING, there's only one problem... What is a FING? Mr and Mrs Meek will do anything to keep...

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Honey by Sarah Weeks

Published 1 February 2015


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Mommy Is Not an Octopus by I C Phar

Published 28 October 2020


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From everyone’s favorite one-haired baby comes a fond and funny ode to a special daddy, for Father’s Day or any day. Uppy, Daddy! Up so high. On the shoulders. Touch the sky. Baby’s daddy is big and strong, and his legs are so, so long. He plays horsey, he sings, he cooks, he cleans—this daddy can do anything! In a sweet, simple board book threaded with signature humor, Leslie Patricelli pays tribute to the bond between a little one and a doting daddy.

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Feel Better, Mommy by Risa Kirschner

Published 19 March 2019


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Are We There Yet, Daddy?

Published 15 April 2002


On a hundred-mile car trip to Grandma's house, a father and son travel from the city to the country. Every ten miles the son asks, "Are we there yet, Daddy?" and is told to consult the map. A gatefold map, as well as a map on each page, will allow young readers to follow the father and son's route and to count down the miles left in their journey.

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Always Love Your Mom by Noah J King

Published 18 December 2018