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Our Book Corner provides a robust sample of reading for your infants/toddlers, preschoolers, and school age children.
Coping Skills for Kids Workbook: Over 75 Coping Strategies to Help Kids Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Anger
Dealing with stress, anxiety and anger are important skills to learn, but not all kids learn those strategies naturally.
Gratitude is My Superpower
Do you want to teach your children how to be grateful for the things they already have? Little Betsy will learn that happiness is made up of simple things in life, both small and big.
Junebug: No Life Too Small
In this charming story about respecting the smallest forms of life, June helps her friends see that we should not harm those who have a right to be here just as we do, no matter how tiny they are.
My Autumn Book
Crisp air and gray skies beckon a little girl to thoroughly investigate the outside world: chipmunks, squirrels, insects, and fallen leaves all hint that a change of season is coming.
Our Diversity Makes Us Stronger
If you want to teach your child to accept himself and others as they are, then this picture book about diversity will be your best assistant. It will help your little ones to respect all the differences that make us unique.
Smithsonian Kids: A Walk in the Forest (Wheels of Wonder) Board book
Curious toddlers and preschoolers will learn fun facts in this Smithsonian Kids book about forest creatures including deer, bears, beavers, foxes, rabbits, birds, and many more.
The Wonders of Summer
This beautiful, heartwarming story, shows a little girl and her loving dad, as they experience the wonders of summer! The world is joyful and magical, when seen through a child's eyes, and the splendid season of summer, is waiting for them to explore!
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt
A companion to the new Over and Under the Pond and the beloved Over and Under the Snow, this sweet exploration of the hidden world and many lives of a garden through the course of a year "could not be more lovely," according to the Washington Post.