from God, by Cynthia Reeg. This simple but
profound book highlights 12 heavenly gifts. Combining beginning reader
sentences and Bible quotations with breathtaking photographs, Gifts
from God is an inspiring read for young and old.
| Taking Responsibility Builds Trust, by Karen Sue Weisner. Book 1, Making Good Choices Series.
This series is an interactive set of stories and illustrations designed
to help parents and kids understand each other and to work together
toward making good decisions.
| Who Owns the River?, by Helen Lepp Friesen. A fisherman argues with a fish about who owns the
river, a farmer with
a wheat stalk about who owns the land, and a hunter
with a bird about who owns the sky.
| Squeaky Squirrel, by Susan Droney. Squeaky Squirrel is a shy little squirrel with a
squeaky voice. When he meets
Sally Squirrel he learns that what is most important is being liked for
who you are on the inside.
| Angelo and the Spanish Steps, by Dorothy Francis. In centuries past, what young errand boy managed
to influence a Spanish ambassador, a French priest, and the pope? Find
the answer in this ebook.
| Sounds I Can Hear In a Car, by Jennifer Leese. Join a family on a car trip and see what they see,
and hear what they hear. With beautiful pictures and enchanting sounds.
| Halloween Tales and Treats, by Christina Lewis. An eBook the whole family will enjoy! With
summaries of 12 fun and spooky Halloween books for kids, 24 recipes for
tasty Halloween treats and 12 great Halloween pictures to print and
Gift for Roo, by Ariana Overton. A
seven-year-old girl, living with her father, a Biologist in the local
University in Australia, is trying to cope with the loss of her mother
and her loneliness.
| The Plumber and the Wishing Well, by Liam Maher. A Plumber doesn't have enough money
for his children's Christmas presents. His friend, a bird called Tupo
Hoopoe, decides to try and help.
| Bicycles (A Story About Marriage), by Rod Lenfest. When little girls and little boys are born each
one comes with a set of very strange parts -- a wheel, a seat, a chain,
two pedals, a handlebar, and a lot of pipes...
Kind to George, by Jo Dunningham.
Set in a beautiful Country Park nestling in the heart of Wiltshire,
England, it tells the tale of how man can affect the wildlife around
Littlest Cowboy, by Janean Nusz.
Jacob is a little boy who is in a hurry
to grow up and be just like the big cowboys on his Dad's ranch.
by Karen Sue Weisner. This
picture book follows the imagination and adventures of a single day in the life of an Indiana Jones-wanna-be
Bows for Pigel's Nose, by Jennifer Leese. Whenever Pigel Piglet searches for truffles he
doesn't watch where he is
going. One day, he bumps his snout into a tree. His barnyard friends
have a few hilarious remedies for Pigel's swollen nose.
| Tiffy's Tango, by Tina Zang. Tiffy is a giraffe who lives and works at the
Circus Tortolli. She finds her job at the box office utterly boring and
decides to surprise everybody by teaching herself a headstand.
| Flying Freddo, by Tina Zang. Freddo is the youngest tiger at the
Circus Tortolli and he's eager to learn all the tricks the other tigers
perform. But he's also pretty sensitive, touchy and easily scared....
| Blue Paint,
by Liam Maher. John
gets a job as a painter. A grumpy-looking little man walks under John's
ladder and accuses John of dripping blue paint all over his lovely new
hat. He demands John give him money to buy another one....
Loller's Always Late, by Janean Nusz.
Poor Lilly, she's always late! Late, late, late! Find out what life is
like for Lilly as she lolls, lags and lingers.
by Rita Toews. Kelly has a new baby brother and things
just aren't the same. The baby's crying gets him all the attention.
Kelly tries to act like a baby, but even that doesn't work.
School Day Adventure, by Jennifer Leese.
It is Jordie's first day of pre-school. She's excited and ready to go.
That is, until she gets to school and sees all the children. Now, she's
ready to go home.
by Rita Hestand. Willy, the hard of
hearing little duck, has found a
friend, or has he? Willy thinks
Waffles is the cutest duck in the pond, too bad she doesn't feel the same way
about him. Whatever could be wrong?
by Linda Derkez. Cousin Dorcas is visiting today and
Chip's mother tells him he must share his toys because it's kind and
nice and fair to share.
Old Man and the Toads, by Bonnie Mercure.
This is a story about a lonely old man who makes the most unusual of
friends -- the toads in his garden. Toads who will teach him how to be
a whole person.
| Johnny Jingle, by Thomas Zarraonandia. A
children's book about a boy and his funny shadow, this is a beautifully
written and illustrated picture book for 2-12 year olds, and early
| One to
Ten...and Home Again: A Counting Book of Sounds, by Heather
Haapoja. A delightful introduction to reading, this
interactive e-picture book welcomes your child to a world of sights and
sounds through colorful illustrations, rhyming verse and clickable
I Said So, by Dotti Enderle. Logan knows all
the rules, yet he still asks, "Why?" After Mom repeatedly gives him her
standard answer, he lovingly gives it back. Ages: 2 to 4.
and Murray, by Cathrene Howe. This is a story about
two goat friends. When someone tries to force them apart, Murray comes
up with a plan. It won't keep them together, but must surely save
Masport from a terrible fate. Will the friends ever see each other
Adventures of Minky, by Aileen MacLeod. A story
about an adorable family pet, named Minky. She is a Siamese kitten who
just can't keep away from mischief. It is just as well that cats have
a Dinosaur in My Closet, by Denise & Greg Michel. Artie
is a baby apatosaurus. He hides in Dave's closet. Dave helps Artie
overcome his fear of big places. Artie discovers bananas in the kitchen
and a wonderful friend in Dave.
Elephant Waits, by
Wilma is waiting for something. But she's keeping it a secret. Can the
animals guess what Wilma's secret is? Or will they have to wait too?
Visitor Gets A Surprise, by Peter Taylor. What is this invention all the other
animals are talking about? Koala decides to find out ... but will he
ever be the same again? What a surprise! What a laugh! A picture
story-book for children aged 2-8.
Ignatius Gammon, by Gail Breese. Percy is a thinking pig. He
ponders such questions as why don't clouds fall down and how does the
wind know which way to go. One day he decides to find out, but is this
a safe thing for a pig to do?
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