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“Mei-Mei: Flying with Flair” by Jaybie D.
“Mei-Mei: Flying with Flair” by Jaybie D. 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
Mei-Mei is very self-conscious and shy flying around others, no matter if it is family or other fairies from the local forest in “Mei-Mei: Flying With Flair” by Jaybie D. Ironically, she comes from a family of elegant fliers who are extremely posed and graceful when they fly, so she feels she isn’t of the same flying capability as they are. One day, she decides to go flying beyond the forest that she knows so well. read more
“Sandy the Service Dog: Lost in a Hurricane” by Michelle M. Deyarmin
“Sandy the Service Dog: Lost in a Hurricane” by Michelle M. Deyarmin 683 1024 Reader Views Kids
When Shelby and her family find out that a dangerous hurricane is about to make landfall in Homestead, Florida, Kelly, Shelby’s mom, starts preparing the family for evacuation if necessary in “Sandy the Service Dog: Lost in a Hurricane” (The Adventures of Sandy the Service Dog) by Michelle M. Deyarmin. They all hope they won’t have to leave their home, but they’d rather be ready than caught off guard. read more
“Haunted House: Day & Night” by Jaybie D.
“Haunted House: Day & Night” by Jaybie D. 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
As adults, we understand that darkness changes our perception, hence the phrase, “All cats are grey in the dark.”  With a lack of light, colors and details fade, and objects look different than they did in the light.  Imaginative author Jaybie D. has taken this concept and created a great book for children who worry about things that go bump in the night. read more
“A Firefly Named Felix” by Deanna Hart
“A Firefly Named Felix” by Deanna Hart 1024 791 Reader Views Kids
Felix, the charming little firefly is a lovable character everyone can relate to in “A Firefly Named Felix” by Deanna Hart. He enjoys the warm summer nights, dancing with his friends, and sipping sweet pollen. However, Felix has a secret fear hidden from his friends – he cannot light up like most fireflies. He is anxious that his friends will make fun of him if they discover the truth. This fear makes him hesitant to participate in games like tag or send light signals with his friends. read more
“A Day at the Waterhole” by James Marck
“A Day at the Waterhole” by James Marck 1024 791 Reader Views Kids
With fun, hand-strewn illustrations and amusingly named characters, author James Marck takes kids on a wild jungle adventure in his picture book, “A Day At The Waterhole.” It all starts with two bull elephants, and soon, everyone comes to watch the fight at the local waterhole. The elephants begin to argue about who should be the leader of their pack. With tusks, trunks, and all, the animals ramp up their battle. They can’t come to an agreement—that is until voices of reason finally make their way to the angry ears of the tussling bull elephants. Through the wisdom of their friends, the animals finally come to realize what’s most important. read more
“Hermit Crabs Need Love, Too” by Lynn McCreadie
“Hermit Crabs Need Love, Too” by Lynn McCreadie 720 1024 Reader Views Kids
It’s not always easy being the new kid in town, as Birdie and Zee Winters can attest. They recently moved to a new place due to their mother’s job, and they are struggling to adjust to their surroundings and make new friends. Birdie found solace in her drama class, where she met Evan Wakefield, a boy for whom she developed feelings. However, the year proved quite challenging, with setbacks in her relationship and personal life. Meanwhile, Zee, a strong and determined girl, found her passion in soccer, but her skills created tension between the team and the popular girls. She also has a devoted boyfriend named Dae, but this doesn’t stop her from clashing with Christian Beckett, a bad boy who hides a heart of gold, and Josh, an unnoticed admirer of Birdie. read more