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Stories on Values is an endearing and beautiful collection of short stories written by children, as selected entries from the Human Values Foundation’s annual Stories on Values competition. The Human Values Foundation has kindly made these available to republish here so as to reach a wider audience with these endearing and important lessons. More details …

 
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Pixie And The Green Book Mystery is the first in a series about the adventures of Pixie from Coraline Grace. The Purple Mystery, and The Yellow Mystery are up next. Author – Coraline Grace Magic is alive at The Rocky Point Library. It’s an apple disaster day for Pixie, a second-grader at Rocky Point Elementary. …

 
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In What is Love – a children’s biography of Helen Keller, an excerpt from Helen Keller’s book, The Story of My Life is included, whereupon she explains beautifully the first time she learns what love is and what her life was like before her teacher arrived, thereafter the book details the biography of Helen Keller …

 
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Everyone Has a Right to a Bath is a STEM story with a wonderful introduction to the engineering problem-solving process. Mrs Earthworm wants a hot bath, and Mr Earthworm needs to work out how to make it happen for her. Author and Illustrator: Cyrille Largillier Download or read the flipbook on the buttons below the …

 
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In I Know My Rights, Menaka Raman explains in a clear and no compromises way what children’s basic human rights are. The poignant book includes a child-friendly version of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child and advice on where and how to seek help. The book provides this important advice for any …

 
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How to be Happy is a short simple book for young children and beginner ESL reader, promoting values of appreciation and giving, and can be used as an early reader. The book is perfect for building confidence in reading with only 25 words most of which are simple words. This book also teaches kids ten …

 
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This ebook, The Ultimate Colouring Book for Young Adults and Older Children, contains everything you could imagine in an adult colouring book. This is an adult colouring book but perfect for mature children and young adults. Adult colouring books are a means of relaxation and have fun intricate designs. The Ultimate Colouring Book for Young …

 
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Datiz and the Whale Shark is the story of how a young boy Datiz makes a difference for his friend Splash the whale shark and his species and for the coral reef around their home. A beautiful story of conservation and how our actions can make a difference. When blast fishing appears to threaten the …

 
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Billy is Nasty to Ant is the third book in the Billy Growing Up Series, aimed At elementary children to help them understand emotions like Jealousy and teach them important lessons in behavior. This book is suited for children aged 6 to 9 years old. The story will help children understand what is jealousy, how …

 
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The Red Panda Naps is an early reader about this adorable creature. This is a book for new readers or very young children, and involves around the words “The red panda naps…”. The repetition is perfect for building confidence and word recognition in struggling readers. If you enjoy books about the Red Panda, see also: …

 
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This golden ratio colouring book is pleasing to the eye and appealing to maths teachers. The golden ratio is a ratio of approximately 1.618, which is found in many features in nature, for example, shells, flowers, and facial features. The golden ratio is an important mathematical number and not only displays natural beauty but the …

 
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In Just the Way I am, a story about being different, Matko the sheep is wider than all the others and she can’t fit through the gate. Yoga sheep suggests she tries yoga, jogging sheep suggests she jog, and many more sheep suggest helpful ways to change. Matko gets really fit, but she is still …

 
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This collection of maths stories for young children contains 9 sets of books, 27 books all together from the maths learning centre. Each set of maths story books contain a variety of maths themed picture books, from counting, to shapes, to snowflakes. The Maths Learning Centre is a non-profit organisation for promoting maths learning programs …

 
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In the My Name is in the Story series, Clark Ness is back with these entertaining personalised early readers which can be – or ARE adapted to the child’s name! This collection is boys personalised stories, with the male pronoun, see also his collection for girls. Children love stories about themselves and they will enjoy …

 
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In the My Name Is In This Story Stories and eBooks series, Clark Ness is back with these entertaining early readers which can be – or ARE adapted to a child’s first name! Children love stories about themselves and they will enjoy reading these girls personalised stories and ebooks. Every collection featured (64 stories and 6 ebooks in total!) …

 
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This comic, Thinking Skills, brought to us by Siyavula, teaches incredibly important rationalization and study skills important to any field, scientific and otherwise. The concepts are explained in a user-friendly comic style, including detailed graphical representation and simple explanations. The topics covered are as follows: Classifying things – page 1 Concept mapping – page 11 …

 
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Music Theory Introduction for middle-grade, is an introduction to music theory, explaining the basics, first principals, in simple, easy to understand terms, suitable for middle-grade.  This first volume in the series covers pitch and pitch notation, and major scales and keys including the circle of fifths. This is the first in a series of three …

 
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The Recipes for Healthy Kids Cookbook is an amazing publication, beautifully presented, easy to read, made by children for children, in a US-wide competition from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). The book was created from over three hundred submissions. The competition and this resulting healthy kids cookbook was a collective effort from USDA, the …

 
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In Why is Nita Upside Down, a children’s book about being different, we learn important lessons about the value of being proud of who you are and that everyone is different. This book is created by Bookdash, a non-profit organisation dedicated to getting books into every child’s hands. By: Emma Hearne, Roxana Bouwer, Sarah Bouwer …

 
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Who Ate All That Up? is a fun early reader, also providing some early lessons about the animals in the forest, biology and conservation. The cute illustrations, themes, and repetitive appearances of the ‘hungry wild boar’, will have children highly entertained. Author: Sejal Mehta Illustrator: Rohan Chakravarty This is a level one book, for beginner readers, brought to …

 
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