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A Song for Robin by Amanda Caverzasi

Published 20 February 2020


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Josie's Bedazzled Shoes by Teresa Baker and Lydia Miles

Published 5 May 2017


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Frankie the Goat Angel by Rose Evans

Published 18 May 2017


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The #1 New York Times bestseller written and illustrated by Criminal Minds actor/director, Matthew Gray Gubler. This charming and inspiring story is the perfect gift for kids (and grown-up kids) alike! Rumple Buttercup has five crooked teeth, three strands of hair, green skin, and his left foot is slightly bigger than his right. He is weird. Join him and Candy Corn Carl (his imaginary friend made of trash) as they learn the joy of individuality as well as the magic of belonging.

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The Feel Good Book by Todd Parr

Published 7 January 2001


Saying 'I Love You' in sign language feels good.Having a ladybug land on your hand feels good.Making a new friend feels good.Todd Parr celebrates all the feel-good things that tickle kids and adults alike, from rubbing noses and rubbing a dog's belly, to giving a great big hug, and seeing fireflies outside your window. With Parr's trademark bold, bright colours and silly scenes, children will be inspired to feel good about things they do every day. Targeted to young children first beginning to r...

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Cricket by Robert W Brannon

Published 13 February 2008


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The Pink Hat by Andrew Joyner

Published 26 December 2017


Celebrate girl power with this charming and empowering picture book about a pink hat and the budding feminist who finds it. "This simple and cheerful tale suggests, with not an ounce of preachiness, values of care and comfort and the support women have for each other across generations." --The Washington Post Here is a clever story that follows the journey of a pink hat that is swiped out of a knitting basket by a pesky kitten, blown into a tree by a strong wind, and used as a cozy blanket fo...

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Twelve-year-old Hattie grew up in Brooklyn, so her family's move to a small town in Massachusetts required a lot of adjustments, but by the time sixth-grade starts she has several new friends--but when she somehow invokes the harvest festival jinx, suddenly none of her new friends even recognize her, and she must find a way to break the spell.

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Lola the Lonely Orca by Corinna Ahlstrom

Published 5 April 2017


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Avocado Asks by Momoko Abe

Published 2 April 2020


Avocado is feeling just fine in the fruit and veg aisle at the supermarket - until a young customer asks a difficult question: "Is an avocado a fruit or a vegetable?" Avocado doesn't know the answer either - and the question won't seem to go away!A brilliantly funny book about identity and being confident in your own skin - featuring the world's most popular superfood!

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Paradise End by Elizabeth Laird

Published 2 April 2004


Carly often finds herself gazing through the gates of Paradise End. She fantasises about discovering that she was swapped at birth, and is in fact the rightful owner of the beautiful, empty mansion. She longs to escape the three-bedroom semi she shares with her ordinary parents, her revolting brother and annoying sister, to go and live in the palatial luxury of the fascinating house. Then she meets Tia, the daughter of the new tenant of Paradise End, and Carly begins to realise that life beh...

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Too Perfect by Trudy Ludwig

Published 12 May 2009


Maisie thinks Kayla is perfect. She’s pretty and thin, has cool clothes, gets good grades, and she’s a star on the soccer field. But is Kayla happy? The more Maisie gets to know Kayla, the more she begins to question whether being perfect is really so wonderful. In Too Perfect, acclaimed speaker and child advocate Trudy Ludwig explores the relentless and destructive drive for perfection, and the freedom that comes from accepting one’s self.

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The ABCs of Rose by Jrenee Heimerman

Published 29 August 2018


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A Dog on Barkham Street by Mary Stolz

Published 1 January 1960


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Auma's Long Run by Eucabeth Odhiambo

Published 1 September 2020


Auma is racing toward her dreams as fast as possible--but can she turn her back on her family when tragedy hits home? This acclaimed #OwnVoices debut set in 1980s Kenya is a poignant story of loss, grief, and the power of resilience. A track scholarship could put thirteen-year-old Auma one step closer to leaving her small village in Kenya. She is determined to become a doctor, and nothing--not her classmates, not her marrying age, and not the night runners who come by the house while she sleeps...

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Binky's Rubber Sucker by Sharon Wilson

Published 12 May 2008