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Children of the world united virtually for World Children’s Day and each submitted a quote, the best ones they made into a book…. note: this is a fictional book Enjoy some words of wisdom and think about how important positive values are.         Read along with the video of World Children’s Day …

 
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Some kind hearted children decide to make a difference on Thanksgivng and start a tradition of  “Children Helpint Children”. A perfect book to emphasise the spirit behind Thanksgiving. “With a giving spirit one can achieve great things.”         Read along with the video here: Read by Kiwi Opa    

 
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A group of friends love spending time with each other, but they also each have different likes and hates, respecting each other’s personal space means they have more fun while not offending each other. An endearing story explaining an important lesson about respecting others. Another great story from Kaptain Uke, aka Mr. Belgrave. See more …

 
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Jack’s dad started to show some symptoms of a weird illness. He went to several doctors and they couldn’t find anything wrong. Jack’s Dad decided it was important to think like a scientist and did not give up looking. Finally, he found a specialist who diagnosed his condition, but not soon enough – Jack’s grandparents …

 
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Witches, monsters, and Halloween creatures gather for a night of delight, but instead of being scary, they decide to be jolly and merry. A fun rhyming tale that takes the scare out of scary and makes Halloween fun. For more family fun enjoy some of the recipie suggestions at the end of the book. This …

 
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The Teenyboppers #1 shows the adventures of 8 teenage friends named Sariyah, Lucy, Kristin, Denise, Clair, Juanita, Brenda and Rielle. Read about their comical antics in this fun series of tales. Recommended reading age 8 to 12 years. Sample Page from The Teenyboppers, Volume 1 Written and illustrated by Maryette Clement  

 
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A very cute beautifully illustrated rhyming tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Gabriel Rosenstock has given life to this classic tale, illustrated by Beatrice Dvilnsky. Suggested age range 4 to 8 years. Text from Goldilocks – What Ever Happened to Her? Who goes there? It’s Mommy Bear, Daddy Bear, and Baby Bear. They often …

 
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Bulli is a little girl growing up in a bamboo-weavers’ community. Bulli finds her father troubled and discovers the bamboo suppliers threatened to raise the rates and put their whole village in jeopardy. Bulli looks for other ways of finding bamboo, and ends up facing the legendary tiger! Will the villagers find another way? Shalini …

 
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Once there was a small mouse with a big dream. He wanted to go to the far-off land. Along the way, he meets some interesting characters, helps many in need, and completes a magical transformation. This story follows with vocabulary and questions including reading comprehension, think and share, and topic-based. Jumping Mouse is a Native …

 
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Thembi and Thulani’s Grandpa is very sick. They are sad. Then Mommy and Daddy tell them Grandpa won’t be coming home anymore. They miss Grandpa Nathi. Daddy and Mommy find a special way to remember Grandpa Nathi. Illustrated by Agrippa Mncedisi Hlophe Written by Savnola Goldridge Designed by Jason Gien Edited by Mariam Mahomed Brought …

 
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Professor Blue is one of Gabriel Rosenstock’s nutty professors. He loves blue – singing the blues, a blue terrier, blue car, but can too much of a good thing be bad? You can also read along with this book here: Read by Kiwi Opa    

 
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What is Elephant doing? And is he really naughty? Find out in this cute, beautifully illustrated text for young children. Repetition and simple language can also be useful for learn to read age. Sample Text from Elephant, Naughty Elephant What is Elephant doing, can you guess? Elephant, naughty Elephant, what are you doing? Why, I’m …

 
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Baby olive ridley turtles hatch from sun-warmed eggs on remote beaches. They wait and creep under cover of darkness to the protecting water. One of the little hatchlings narrates our story. She triumphantly makes it across the beach and into the ocean without losing her way or being captured by predators. Our little olive ridley …

 
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Instead of just reading books together at bedtime, aspiring young authors can now make their own book and share it! Spark imagination with the most popular children’s book genres and learn about story structure and creative writing. In this book, Write your Own Fantasy Book, there are beautiful prompts of fairytale castles, dragons, unicorns, fairies …

 
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A short beautifully illustrated book about tractor and his friends available as a free pdf download or to read online

 
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