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Just Like Me

Just Like Me

By Nancy Cavanaugh 256 pages Children

Danny Says

Adopted from China, Julia is struggling with her heritage. She is sent to summer camp to learn to become friends with her “Chinese sisters.” Through many mishaps, she comes to terms with her life story.
The Hole Story of the Doughnut

The Hole Story of the Doughnut

By Pat Miller 40 pages Children

Danny Says

This is the true story of Captain Hanson Gregory and how the tasty treat we call doughnuts came about in a very peculiar and unique way. Children will love the colorful illustrations and the facts that bring this sweet story to life.
101 Reasons Why I'm Not Taking a Bath

101 Reasons Why I'm Not Taking a Bath

By Stacy McAnulty 40 pages Children

Danny Says

The little boy gives multiple reasons why he cannot take a bath; however, he ends up needing to give reasons not to get out of the bath in the end.
Frankencrayon

Frankencrayon

By Michael Hall 40 pages Children

Danny Says

Children will love solving the mystery of who made the scribble in this story and how these school supplies work together to solve it. The story has beautiful illustrations, and young readers will love the surprise at the end!
Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

By Dan Santat 40 pages Children

Danny Says

Most kids can relate to a road trip that seems to last forever. Caldecott Medal–winning illustrator Dan Santat takes readers on a rollicking ride, featuring a time travel trip to Grandmother’s like no other. A little imagination literally goes a long way.
Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White

Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White

By Melissa Sweet 176 pages Children

Danny Says

This lavishly illustrated biography details the life of beloved children’s author E.B. White. Readers will delight to learn that White’s most famous books arose from moments in his own childhood. A timeline and interview with White’s granddaughter accompany the text.
Jazz Day: The Making of a Famous Photograph

Jazz Day: The Making of a Famous Photograph

By Roxane Orgill 66 pages Children

Danny Says

The poems in this book were inspired by Art Kane’s photograph Harlem 1958. The author tells about some of the players and the circumstances surrounding that famous photo shoot. Endnotes provide facts about the musicians and suggestions for further exploration.
Daniel Finds a Poem

Daniel Finds a Poem

By Micha Archer 32 pages Children

Danny Says

When young Daniel sees an advertisement for “Poetry in the Park,” he elicits help from various animals to help him understand what poetry is. Cleverly, he combines all the animals’ insights into an original poem.
One Crazy Summer

One Crazy Summer

By Rita Williams-Garcia 240 pages Children

Danny Says

In this Newbery Honor novel, Williams-Garcia tells the story of three sisters who travel to Oakland, California, in 1968 to meet the mother who abandoned them. Perfect for upper elementary and early middle school students.
Real Friends

Real Friends

By Shannon Hale 224 pages Children

Danny Says

Newbery Honor author Shannon Hale and illustrator LeUyen Pham join forces in this graphic memoir about how hard it is to find your real friends―and why it's worth the journey.
I Wish You More

I Wish You More

By Amy Krouse Rosenthal 40 pages Children

Danny Says

With touching illustrations by Tom Lichtenheld, Krouse Rosenthal has created a book of endless good wishes that should leave all readers inspired and a bit more grateful.
The Most Magnificent Thing

The Most Magnificent Thing

By Ashley Spires 32 pages Children

Danny Says

This is always a favorite read aloud, as the illustrations are brilliant and every child should learn about aspiring big. Great lesson about the importance of planning, too!
The Bad Guys in The Furball Strikes Back

The Bad Guys in The Furball Strikes Back

By Aaron Blabey 144 pages Children

Danny Says

Have a boy who doesn’t like to read? Blabey’s series is sure to be a hit.
Way of the Warrior Kid

Way of the Warrior Kid

By Jocko Willink 192 pages Children

Danny Says

Read about Navy SEAL Willink in Success magazine and had to grab his first book for kids, a tale about a bullied boy learning how to toughen up over a summer with his Navy SEAL uncle.
Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School

Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School

32 pages Children

Danny Says

This is why I love children’s books – they make me laugh.  Some of our most creative minds write and illustrate children’s books.

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