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Feebee McGee goes on an adventure to planet ABC, travelling on her “Terrific Transformable Train” – Tripple T for short, with her camera “Camy”. Searching for he friends “Yargle and Zankadroid”, she meets an “amazing Acktopop, beside a Bossy Bornswagle”, and thereafter all the ABC characters in between. A fun book using alliteration and great …

 
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This fun elementary fiction book provides a great leisure or learning opportunity for elementary children. Emma encapsulates the essence of pure reading for joy in this book, while still providing a great resource for fiction exercises for elementary children learning to critique or studying creative writing styles and techniques. A collection of four fun stories …

 
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A Way With Dragons features the adventures of Welsh twins Cash and Cary and a small dragon. Recruited by the small dragon for an important task the twins travel back to the time of Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table. An exciting fantasy adventure featuring Welsh and folk history and a few dragons. Author: Nick Creech Sample Text …

 
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Domino Goes to the Beach – Domino, a Boston Terrier, takes a trip with her family to visit a relative on the coast. A photo book about Dominos adventures on holiday and some great advice about taking a pet on holiday. By: Wendy R Davis     Text and Images from Domino Goes to the Beach Domino …

 
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The Adventures of Super Cow – A short story about a fictitious hero, Super Cow, combining imagination, the wonder of the original superhero themes, and children’s love of cuddly soft toys. Suitable for children 2-5 years, but children of all ages will love the colourful cute pictures and story. Author: Danielle Bruckert The story is handwritten …

 
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Amma’s Birthday – As parents we don’t expect anything from our children, but it’s so beautiful when they want to give us something, completely from their own thinking. A story about a little girl’s love for her mother, and her wish to get her the best present ever. Author: Janaki Sooriyarachchi         Text and …

 
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Bed Making Blues Children often don’t want to do stuff they think is too hard, like making their bed, Mum helps remind someone that chores are necessary, and the quicker we get better at them the easier they are. Another great story with values from I-Character. By: Agnes and Salem De Bezenac   Text and Images …

 
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Supercow is back, this time there is no crime to fight or lives to save, but Supercow does something equally important, defends a small boy from being bullied, and in doing so helps the bullies see the error of their ways. Bullying is wrong no matter how big or small it is, and it’s important …

 
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Turtle Trouble – Telling the truth, or covering up? That’s what our little character in this story is mulling over. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour, and why it is always best to tell the truth. Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, Illustrated …

 
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The Girl Who Saw God – A story of a girl who believes everything that is real can be seen, and her grandmother who shows her the otherwise. By: Henrique Komatsu     See more of these books below    

 
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Burly and Grum The Secret City – Burlington Bear, Grum the groblin and Max (the human) are best friends. Burly and Grum show Max a Secret City in the the middle of the forest but hunters are tracking them down. They knock out Burly, capture Max, and want to turn the Secret City into a …

 
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ABC mike belgrave – A fun alphabet book with amusing pictures and clear uppercase letters. This is a unique way of introducing letters and words to young children. By: Mike Belgrave     Text and Images from Mike Belgrave’s ABCs – Alphabet Book   A APPLE   B BEAR   C CHICKEN SOUP <end of sample> Read more …

 
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What is Love describes all the cool parts of love, how love makes you want to do stuff for others, and how love is beyond not feeling like it. Another great book from icharacter with some important lessons. By: Agnes and Salem De Bezenac     See more books from the Author below    

 
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That Worked! – Solving sibling rivalry – Did you ever have a problem with your younger brother or sister? Need a solution that really works? Want to solve the problem yourself? This book will help…..My little sister keeps grabbing the toys I want, what can I do? Should I yell to my Mom for help, …

 
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Fading Flowers – Flowers look sad when they’re fading, just like our faces when we’re sad or angry, but flowers look very beautiful and happy when they’re fresh. A little girl compares her sad face to the wilting flowers, and her happy face to the fresh flowers. What will she choose? A story about being …

 
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A compilation of beautifully illustrated traditional and classic english nursery rhymes, the third book in the world famous nursery rhymes in the series. Compiled by David Whitney       See more of these books below    

 
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Seesaw – A Sad Story – A poignant, symbolic account of a boy coming to terms with sadness. He is bullied into cutting off his ears, only to find there is much bigger things in the world than people’s hurtful comments. For older children (contains some sensitive material). By: Henrique Komatsu     Text and Images …

 
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Cookie Rookie – Those cookies sure tasted good. But it just didn’t cross his mind early enough, that it would have worked out better for him if he had asked first. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour. By: Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, …

 
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The Lost Egg – A wise old owl finds a lost egg, and wonders, whose egg it is. A few animals claim the egg to be theirs but the owl knows better. A beautifully illustrated story, with lots of interesting lessons. By: Judie McEwen – Dick Rink     Text and Images from The Lost …

 
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All about Apples is about eating apples and about sharing them. The main character, Hedgy the hedgehog loves apples. He finds out all sorts of fun things he likes to do with apples, roasting, dipping in chocolate, but most of all he loves to share them with friends. By: Vanja Zogovic   See more Classic Books …

 
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