December Book Releases

Celebrate this holiday season with new books! From children’s titles to nonfiction, our December releases have something for every reader’s wish list.

December Featured Title: Joy of Financial Planning

By Jason J. Howell, CFP

Can you still achieve the American Dream?

You don’t have a pension. Social Security and Medicare may not be there when you need them. You pay much more for housing, even adjusted for inflation, than your parents ever did.  College education prices have skyrocketed. You may have gone to a good school and you may make good money (even saved some of it), but this is not the life you imagined. You are stressed, you are too “busy,” and most days, you feel really tired.

What happened to your big dreams?

Blending his career in finance and background in politics, Jason Howell has outlined 7 financial strategies to help you reclaim your American Dream. Joy of Financial Planning shows this generation how to overcome the challenges of a highly competitive, politicized economy.  The good news is you can still make an impact on a world desperately in need of your financial success.

By Katherine R. Christoff 

Kat is an elementary school student who feels different than other girls her age. Her mother informs her that it’s not what is on the outside, but what is on the inside that matters.

Beautiful You explores how each girl is unique and strives to help readers redefine what it means to be beautiful. 

By Sue Wambolt

In the east of Kentucky is a small rural farm
with animals and gardens and quaint country charm.

The newest animal in the barn is a pig named Pete
who wants nothing more than to eat and to eat!

It started with his feed bag but then he kept going.
Every day Pete’s appetite kept growing and growing!

If he can’t stop eating, what will happen to the farm?
Could a hungry little pig really do that much harm?

By Lou Spaventa

Christopher is a young field mouse who lives in a barn with his mother, father, and sisters. He is a curious little mouse and wants to find out about the big world outside the barn. But, most of all, Christopher wants to find out what it means to be kind. He sets out on numerous adventures to figure out the meaning of kindness, meeting many a creature along the way. Follow along as Christopher explores his world to find out just what it means to be kind, and receive kindness in return.

By Kathy Guyitt

Hi kids!

Do you know what you want to be when you grow up? Mom says I can be anything I want! This summer I’m going on an adventure with Mom to learn all about the world of home remodeling. Won’t you join me?

You’ll get to meet my golden retriever, Goldie and Mom’s best friend, Donna the Designer. Mom and Donna have some great ideas, but they also have to rely on Team Golden to get the job done. Who’s on Team Golden? Well, you’ll have to start our summer project to find out!

See you there!

Rita the Remodel Girl

P.S. You’ll even get your very own project assignment too!

By Deb Skog

Chomp Chomp Chomp…

Roar Roar Roar…

It’s The Pumpkin Eating Dinosaur!

It’s that time of year again! Fall means pumpkins, but for Daniel and Trevor, it means visiting the pumpkin farm. It’s a day filled with lots of fun things to do, but their favorite thing to see is the Pumpkin Eating Dinosaur! Enjoy reading about their visit and how they love watching him munch and crunch away!

By Delen P. Musielak

The babies are coming!

The babies are here!

Open this book

To join them in their first year.

By Corinne Luck

Winter is cold,

In this town, it’s not.

Happy hearts and full bellies

Fill this sweet little spot.

By Roselyn Kasmire

Ezra loves football, and his favorite team is the Buffalo Bills! He loves them so much he became Pancho Billa! Who is Pancho Billa? Open this book to find out!

by Perry James

Is new always better than old? When a brand new Zamboni arrives at an old ice rink, he’s just not impressed. He’s much too new and shiny for the worn down rink, and he’s much faster and smoother than the old Zamboni, who’s been left outside in the cold. The new Zamboni protests, only polishing the ice when he feels like it. Nobody, not even the mechanic, can make the Bad Zamboni work properly. But before long, an observant little boy with a silver helmet catches on to the Bad Zamboni’s tricks… Is the Bad Zamboni really bad? This book teaches us about empathy, kindness, and most of all, that we each have the power to change things for the better.

By Nicole Hicks and Stacie Majszak

Grandma. Nana. Gammy. Mimi. Grammy. Busia. Gigi. Yaya. There are so many names to call a grandma, but Construction Cousins call their grandma Gaga. 

The Construction Cousins, five little diggers who have a very special relationship with their grandparents, are back again! When they are getting ready for Christmas, one of the special gifts from Gaga breaks. Can the diggers find the spirit of Christmas and give something of themselves?

By Robert E. Constant

When Saniyah and Robbie get an opportunity to visit their grandmother in Nassau, they soon realize that keeping in touch online could never compare to saying, “Hello Grandma!” in person.

Join the siblings in another exciting adventure as they make up for lost time with Grandma by experiencing the best that the colorful Caribbean way of life has to offer, immersing themselves in their family’s Bahamian customs and culture along the way.

By Erica Morgan

What happens when Mrs. Chompers, the shark tooth fairy, needs a sick day? Follow Mrs. Pearly White, the human tooth fairy, as she fills in for Mrs. Chompers. Will Mrs. Pearly White be able to exchange all of the shark teeth for gifts before the sun comes up?

By A.R. Taylor

This beloved book celebrates the humorous bond between a young girl, Emileen, and her rascally dog, Jilly Bean.

Imaginative and whimsical, A.R. Taylor’s rhyming words flow, whisking lovable characters away on a series of humorous adventures. With beautiful illustrations and a sprinkle of simple Shakespearean English, this is a book grown-ups will love reading over and over to children. A great gift for any occasion, but a special standout for baby showers, birthdays, and holidays, Emileen and Jilly Bean is an unforgettable tale of friendship and unconditional love.

By Meaghan McGill

Instead of summer camp, little Charlotte gets to visit her Grandma’s house! When Charlotte finds a treasure chest, she soon realizes the world is full of possibilities. What will she and Grandma make together today?

By Andra Gillum

Poor Riley is old and sick. Her little sister Lucy tells the story of the awful day that Riley wandered away. Lucy and the family search and search, but finally realize that maybe Riley doesn’t want to be found. Lost Doggy Drama is the story of an old friend who ends things her way, and teaches her family to focus on the happy times they shared.

By Jan S. Mallak

An Ounce of Sharing…at the Milk Bank is a children’s book all about Milk Banks as seen through the eyes of new big sister Lizzie. It takes readers on a tour of a typical Milk Bank while explaining the processing and distribution of milk from donor to recipient. Come join Lizzie as she learns about how helping others makes her feel happy, too!

By Jace Oliver & Monica Oliver

When an accident nearly claims Astronaut Luna Mare’s life, her team is forced to leave the moon without her, but she finds comfort and safety among the beings who secretly call the moon their home. She forms a bond with their leader, who she lovingly calls Moon, and it sparks romance. Although it breaks her heart, she must return to Earth, but little did she know that she was not alone. Luna was expecting twins.

Years pass, and Leo and Sola are always proud of their mother the astronaut. Luna does her best to give them a normal childhood, but she should have known they were never meant to lead ordinary lives. On their eleventh birthday, they discover that they inherited powers from their father, and their ancestry comes to light. Moon is ready to start teaching them what it means to be a Moonie, but what happens when other forces despise Moonie presence on Earth and Luna is taken in the crossfire? Together with Moon, Leo and Sola must travel the solar system and learn to use their powers as heroes Star Child and Solar Sister, all to protect the galaxy and rescue their mother.

By Scott Bloom

They say you can’t judge a book by its cover but that is no longer true. In this hilarious book of faux book covers, Scott upends the traditional content of the personal and professional development genres by presenting an unexpected viewpoint on the same. You’ll learn that you CAN judge a book by its cover, without judgement. You’ll also learn from covers like The Power of Later, Perfecting Perfectionism, and How to Increase Your Profits by Making More Money. Imagine that!

Thumb through the pages and prepare to see more of the conventional go sideways. Bloom has created a ridiculously funny collection of authentic-looking covers and content that aren’t real. Or are they? That depends on your point of view. 

At the least, they are thought provoking. You’ll wonder whether you’ve been living your best life. And at the most, you’ll chuckle at the absurdity of it all.

You CAN Judge a Book by Its Cover is a delightful parody of truths that allows us to laugh at ourselves simply by reading the covers. Their beauty is truly skin-deep and their wisdom is entirely on the surface. All the answers to life’s challenges are revealed in this one book of book covers. Hmmm.

By Kimberly Campbell

After back-to-back wins at the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, the world is anxiously awaiting the Belmont Stakes, eager to see if Genuine Storm will take home the first Triple Crown in thirty-seven years. Behind the scenes, though, the stakes are higher—and much more dangerous.

Less than three weeks before the final race, a devastating barn fire tears through Shamrock Hill Farm, changing everyone’s lives forever. The relationships built around one exceptional racehorse are shattered and scattered between hospitals, horse whisperers, and conflicting obligations, and several huge secrets and suspicious characters threaten to keep them apart for good. Without Charlie and Doug, Lilly and Buck, Molly, Jenny, Ryan, Skylar, and the rest of Shamrock working together as a team, can Storm even make it to the track, much less the finish line?

By Tracy Watland

Mac wants to sing, but the other birds tell him he has no talent. With a little help from his friend Jack the Cardinal, this brilliant Bluebird learns to find his own voice and believe in himself!

By Douglas Falk

John Wilander finds himself reluctantly drawn to an ambitious investigation of a clandestine theory—lured into the rabbit hole by his enigmatic new friend from Stockholm University, the privileged William Milton. William is intensely determined to exhume the mother of all conspiracy theories from its dormancy and usher in the renaissance of a notorious worldview that has been dead and buried for five hundred years…until now.

As John’s pleas for sanity fall on deaf ears, a decision is made. With the aid of astrophysicist Dr. Celeste Wood, the table is set for a voyage to Antarctica that, if successful, could re-shape the world as we know it for all the years to come—with or without him.

By Kimberly Carter

It ’s Christmas time in Chambers County!

Crisp air, twinkling lights, and the sweet scent of evergreen is in the air, and there are plenty of special memories to be made. Two-year-old Adalyn can’t find Santa Claus! To find him in time to deliver presents, Adalyn searches some of Chambers County’s most iconic holiday celebrations, from the City Christmas Festival in

LaFayette, to the parade in the Greater Valley Area, to the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Lanett. Discover the best and brightest Chambers County has to offer this and every holiday season!

By Judy Pancoast

Don Cassidy is an award-winning Christmas decorating enthusiast living in hot, sunny Florida. When he and his family move to Maine, Don dreams of finally seeing his holiday display amidst the falling snow for the first time. Unfortunately, he has moved across the street from local busybody Muriel Michaud, a retired teacher who loves to spy on the comings and goings of the folks in their fast-changing neighborhood.

When Don begins to create an elaborate Christmas display in September, it immediately becomes a focus for all of Muriel’s pent-up frustrations, and she starts a campaign to shut the display down, dragging her reluctant husband into the fray with her. Will Muriel and Don reach a compromise? And, most importantly, will their battle further divide the community, or will the residents band together to find friendship and, perhaps, love, in the midst of neighborly dysfunction?

The House on Christmas Street dazzles us with the lights and spectacle of Christmastime – while also reminding us that the holiday season is not just about what we see with our eyes, but, more importantly, what we see with our hearts.

By Nina Saporta

What happens when a kind engineer, a cool surfer, a witty comedian, and a sensitive friend get introduced with a CRASH on the first day of school? Follow Hanny, Wilder, Winnie, and Jonah as they journey through the first day at their brand new school by the shore.

At Sunshine Elementary, the students create their own class rules, define who they are, navigate situations with kindness, and solve problems using creativity and engineering skills. This positive, heartwarming, and influential story will inspire readers and ignite the idea that we all have it in us to change the world by being brave, capable, and kind.

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New Releases for June!

Summer is finally here, and there’s no better time to pick up a great book! It’s time to celebrate our newest releases, and there’s something for everybody this June from a touching YA romance to a personal finance guide to a children’s book about a regional cuisine. Check out the full list below! 

June’s Featured Title

Hart & Seoul

By Kristen Burnham

Merilee Hart has been doing her best to keep things together since her mother left, her art a welcome escape from her depressing new reality. But things seem to go even more awry the moment her next door neighbor’s enigmatic and mysterious nephew arrives from South Korea. Lee is moody, cocky, and utterly infuriating.

But when Merri’s closest friends betray her and her father crushes her dream of going to art school, Merri finds herself drawn to Lee, who seems to live within even greater shadows than her own. And just when she thought things couldn’t get crazier, Merri’s world is upended when she discovers Lee’s big and bizarre secret…he is none other than a runaway member of the K-pop mega-group Thunder.

It’s not long before Thunder’s fans, the Storm Chasers, begin to close in on Lee, ready to do whatever it takes to return their favorite idol to his rightful place in the band. Faced with the prospect of even more heartbreak and caught up in an international whirlwind that has a life of its own, Merri realizes that she must find a way to mend herself, gain control of her life, and pursue her dreams—her heart and soul depend on it.


Power & Ore

By David H. Hanks

A nuclear pulse driven explosion in Turkey has caught the attention of the International Nuclear Weapons Agency and Carson Griffin has been assigned the challenge of determining its source. At the University of Bucharest, entrepreneurs have joined forces to create a mode of transport so powerful and unique that, once discovered, the world’s governments and terrorist organizations will all vie for control of its technology. The Jihad Terrorist Symbol will stop at nothing to get their hands on a discovered plutonium sphere and set to work allocating assassins and spies to locate a potential weapon. In this story of kidnapping, murder, double crossing, and high espionage, who would you believe or trust?

Memoir and Biographies

Beyond The Finish

Diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a child, Kyle Pease had grown up supporting his athlete brothers Brent and Evan from the sidelines. While his condition limited his ability to play sports, it didn’t dampen Kyle’s passion for them, nor did it stop the Pease family from including Kyle in various excursions. From rolling his wheelchair up Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite National Park to zipping down Colorado snow slopes, there was never a dull moment with the Pease brothers. Where there was a wheel, there was a way to adventure.

Upon witnessing Brent complete his first IRONMAN competition, Kyle asked Brent a life-changing question: Can people in wheelchairs do IRONMAN? Brent never hesitated with his response. The answer was a resounding yes. Learning from others and through their own hard work, the brothers competed in IRONMAN competitions around the country and were ultimately awarded the opportunity to participate in the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. In this memoir that interweaves both their perspectives, Kyle and Brent recount the experiences that shaped the strength, tenacity, and undying bond that has resonated between them since childhood.

Carpenters: An Illustrated Discography

By Randy L. Schmidt

With more than 100 million records sold worldwide, the Carpenters are among the most beloved and enduring musical acts of the last 50 years. Randy L. Schmidt, author of the acclaimed bestselling biography Little Girl Blue: The Life of Karen Carpenter has assembled a team of commentators—journalists, authors, musicians, and other entertainment industry figures—for a series of in-depth, insightful, and opinionated conversations on every release. Beautifully presented with more than 200 images, many never before seen, the result is a must-have for pop music lovers.


After the Cut: How to Prepare For and Recover From Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

By Nicole Psomas

Have you ever seen a picture of a celebrity who recently had liposuction? In the picture, their stomach is lumpy and rippled. The first thought is to blame it on the doctor or “bad plastic surgery.” Nicole Psomas, the author shows the reader that this is not because of bad plastic surgery, but rather, bad care after surgery.

After The Cut is a comprehensive how-to guide for preparation and recovery after cosmetic plastic surgery. The author begins by explaining how to determine if surgery is the right choice for you. She describes the realities of plastic surgery that many people do not know. The book goes on to teach you how to prepare your mind, body, and home for surgery; those best prepared for surgery have better results. A typical “surgery day” is described to the reader, so they know what to expect.

Once out of surgery, and recovery begins, the reader is given a detailed guide of the author’s innovative method on how exactly to recover after any cosmetic plastic surgery procedure. Some typical procedures she discusses are: liposuction, tummy tucks, breast augmentation, body lifts, face lifts, buttock lifts, and more. Her method will teach you how to prevent complications, reduce swelling, increase range of motion, decrease pain, increase sensation, decrease scar tissue, and ultimately maximize the results and appearance after cosmetic plastic surgery.

Like any surgery, plastic surgery should be made with serious consideration and not entered into lightly. The choice to have plastic surgery is a personal one that will have a significant impact on a person’s future. The steps illustrated in this book empower the patient to play a substantial role in their recovery. With this knowledge, the patient can feel confident about making one of the most personal decisions of their life.

Middle-class Millionaire: Surprisingly Simple Strategies to Grow and Enjoy Your Wealth

By Clark Kendall

The middle class makes up most of the population. Defined as a household that earns a yearly income that hits above the poverty line but falls shy of the upper class, people in the middle class come from all walks of life, hold various types of jobs, and lead vastly different lives. One aspect does tie them together: they work hard to live well, and without realizing it, may be on the path toward becoming a millionaire.

In this day and age, millionaires aren’t as rare as they used to be, with many individuals possessing at least one million dollars of amassed net worth by the time they retire—including the value of their home(s), cars, financials, and other assets. By living within their means, saving well, and spending wisely, members of the middle class can soon be part of a group that is growing by the day: the middle-class millionaire.

In this informative and comprehensive guide, Clark Kendall, CEO and founder of the successful investment management firm Kendall Capital, shows you just how to secure your financial future. Middle-Class Millionaire is full of applicable insight into the ins and outs of short- and long-term saving, spending, and investing, for those working toward a safe and comfortable retirement. Living well in the years up to retirement and beyond depends on your financial preparedness. Let Middle-Class Millionaire help get you there.

The Gap

By Douglas Vigliotti

Meet the Gap: the little space between what you know and don’t know. It’s the thing sitting between you and what you want; it’s a small thing that amounts to everything. Are you stuck in your career, relationships, education, or business? Maybe you’re frozen by the same old habits and opinions or trapped in the story you’ve been telling yourself for the last 20, 30, or 50 years? That’s okay. It’s normal. We only know what we know. We’re all stuck on something.

In a world overflowing with competing information, knowing who to turn to, what to watch out for, and what to focus on has never been more difficult.
The Gap will help you turn obstacles into opportunities by identifying hidden forces and blind spots that prevent you from achieving your goals. Drawing on real world examples, Douglas Vigliotti empowers readers with thought-provoking questions and simple strategies to cut through the noise of the information age, challenging you to look at the world from a whole new perspective.


The Desert – A Dirtbag Climbing Book

By Luke Mehall

The Desert is Luke Mehall’s fifth and final offering in his series of dirtbag climbing books. The book begins with Mehall’s first trip to The Desert, a visit to Indian Creek in 1999, and chronicles nearly two decades of experience. Over time, the author grows from thinking that the red rock desert of the Colorado Plateau is just another stop along the way, to finding himself more and more at home there. Ultimately, the author’s passion for first ascents with his best friends fuels his desire to get to know the area in an intimate way. At the same time that this transformation occurs, the Bears Ears National Monument is created by the Obama administration and then ultimately dismantled by the Trump administration. While the final decision by the courts is awaited, Mehall contemplates the importance of public lands for the soul of America. He also pulls no punches with his thoughts on Trump’s decision. The Desert is a definitive, independently published account of a dirtbag climber searching for love, passion, fresh air, and an escape from the electronic hyper connectedness of the modern world.



By Preston Thorne & Langston Moore

The roof is swaying, and CJ thinks it has to do with a dreaded chicken curse that will destroy the coop! He rushes to warn his friends, but will he find some hidden strength along the way? Watch CJ as he learns that he can be more than #JustaChicken.

A Bean Named Red

By Dori Hernandez

Red beans and rice were meant to be, but how did they find each other? This New Orleans-based children’s book spills the beans!

Red is just a lonely little bean in a big old soaking pot. One Monday morning, she finds the courage to begin a journey to search for more. It’s a big world out there for a small bean, and Red meets a lot of silly friends. Join Red as she explores the world around her, finding love along the way.

B is for Bilingual

Leila Diaz

Learn the ABCs by identifying an object that starts with the same letter and sound in both languages! May this be your first step to mastering the building blocks of the English and Spanish language.

Aprende el abecedario identificando un objeto que comienza con la misma letra y sonido en ambos idiomas. Que éste sea su primer paso para dominar los componentes básicos del idioma inglés y el español.

Brains and Beauty

By Steve Wachtel

Brains and Beauty could not get along. If one was right, the other must be wrong! So Fox and Owl came up with a suggestion. There was to be a contest, a kind of election. They’d act as the judges, for they were wise. Would there be one winner, or might they share the prize?

Buster, The Delicate Doodle

By Jennifer Beland

Buster is a delicate Goldendoodle pup! After Buster’s mom gets fed up with his rigid tendencies, he begins to take walks with a supportive and encouraging dog walker named Kim, who encourages him to dig deeper into his quirkiness and pull out all his strengths and talents.

Can Buster find what he has to offer the world?

Chicken Girl

By Bonnie Rosario

Bonnie is a girl, a curious girl who loves reading and learning about animals, especially chickens. That’s how she got the nickname Chicken Girl. When her family goes on a trip to a nearby farm, Chicken Girl is in for quite the feathery treat! Join her—there are many chickens to meet! Chicken Girl proves that research, patience, and perseverance can help you achieve your dreams.

A portion of this book’s proceeds will be donated to Coops for Troops, which provides chickens, a coop, a starter pack of feed, and supplies to returning veterans, the families of deployed military personnel, military schools, VA hospitals, and retirement homes. Chickens have been shown to be great therapy animals.

Colonial Klaus

By Laura Macaluso

Klaus, a black-and-tan long-haired dachshund, is walking the grounds of historic Poplar Forest, where Thomas Jefferson lived more than 200 years ago. The little dog follows a scent into a rabbit hole and, when he pops out at the other end, finds himself wearing a tricorn hat. He meets Thomas Jefferson and his granddaughters, Ellen and Cornelia, and realizes he has been transported into the past. The book follows “Colonial” Klaus as he inspects the landscape and octagonal house at Poplar Forest, meeting members of the enslaved community of people who labor on the plantation to make Jefferson’s life and legacy possible. Intertwined with this story are Jefferson’s recollections of the special year 1776, when he wrote the Declaration of Independence and helped create a new country. The writing and illustrations evoke a historic sense of time and place that can still be found today at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest.

Freeda the Frog Says Farewell to Her Fish

By Nadine Haruni

In this fourth book of the Freeda The Frog Children’s Book series, Freeda the Frog Says Farewell to Her Fish, Freeda and her family suffer the loss of their pet fish, Goldie. This book helps kids deal not only with the loss of a pet, but how to say goodbye to any beloved friend or family member.

Frogs in the Cistern

By Deirdre Potter

A strange noise becomes the subject of a mystery in this story about a family and their cistern! Written by Deirdre Potter and illustrated by Srimalie Bassani, this book is a great way to teach your child about frogs and the different uses for storage tanks.

Grandma and Me Go to Mill Mountain Zoo

By Alice Flora

Come along on a trip to Mill Mountain Zoo! Visit all the cool cats and other animals that live at the zoo and learn all sorts of fun facts along the way!

If The Moon

By Bernadette Drabek

Would you eat the moon if it was made out of your favorite food? This book invites children to look up at the night sky and use their imagination when it comes to eating! Written by B. Lombardo Drabek and illustrated by Jonathan Jones, If the Moon is sure to capture your child’s attention at bedtime, lunchtime, and any other time you can think of!

Keep Walking

By Will Mason

This beautiful poem teaches us when times are tough, just keep walking. In loving memory of Kamil Patel.

Mother Of Many

By Pamela M. Tuck

Judah Tuck has ten siblings, and he’s on a mission to give the old woman who lives in a shoe some advice on how to manage a large family! Although a typical day in the Tuck family may contain some chaos, Judah and his siblings find a way to pull things together before Daddy comes home. Join Mom, Judah, and his brothers and sisters as they work through the day. . .and learn what family is truly all about.

Sometimes With Ghosts

By Charlyn Wee

With kind words and charming illustrations, Sometimes With Ghosts… promotes key components of the Mindfulness Self-Compassion program. Young readers will learn that it’s okay to have uncomfortable feelings, which in the end aren’t so scary after all.

The Crowned Kids

By Terrence Terrell

The Crowned Kids at the School of Freedom come from different places and cultures, but they share the same feelings of self-love and respect for individuality. They are proud of who they are, and see their differences as unique qualities. But when bullies come around to bring them down, they have to stick together and show that diversity makes them stronger than negativity ever could, and that there’s nothing wrong with being different. An uplifting story about confidence and the importance of community, The Crowned Kids will encourage readers to learn the power of self-love and diversity to embrace the qualities that make them stand out.

The Yard: North Carolina A & T

By Latrice Collins

Come along as we explore North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. From being at the forefront of civil rights, politics, and space exploration to having the greatest homecoming on earth, learn about the rich heritage of this Historically Black College and University (HBCU) as you take a tour of the yard. Can I get an AGGIE PRIDE?

Too Many Raindrops

By Kylie Yapp

No matter how old you are, we all feel a little grey and have really bad days sometimes. It can be difficult to express unpleasant feelings, especially at a young age. Just like the little cloud in our story, learning to talk about these feelings is key to being healthy. Too Many Raindrops is the perfect chance to begin discussing a difficult topic. Read along with the little ones in your life and get the conversation started!

Twinkle Twinkle Little Mermaid

By Janet Beaulieu

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a mermaid? Do they twirl and sparkle or maybe splash and giggle? This delightful story based on a favorite nursery rhyme will ignite the imagination of young readers leaving a sense of curiosity and mystery.

The Squiggle Book

By Elizabeth Correll

Look up at the sky! Look down at the ground!

There’s always a squiggle dancing around!

Whenever you find one, draw what you see.

It can be whatever you want it to be.

Back by Popular Demand! 

Chicken Lips

By Kristy Hamby

Who’s ever heard of a cow named Chicken Lips?! Join this special, silly cow on his quest to discover the meaning behind his name and meet some farm friends along the way!

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