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Filled with gratitude, Dear Teacher, thanks all the people that empower and inspire little ones to be themselves and overcome all of life’s obstacles. Written by Paris Rosenthal with illustrations by Holly Hatam
The perfect book for cat lovers and beach goers alike. Join Sneakers the cat as he explores all the wonders of the beach. Author: Margaret Wise Brown ~ Illustrator: Anne Mortimer.
Author and Activist Grace Byers writes this unbelievable story about loving who you are, respecting others, and being kind to one another!
I Believe I Can is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background to love and believe in themselves. Actress and activist Grace Byers and artist Keturah A. Bobo return with another gorgeously illustrated new classic!
A beautiful and poetic testament to the timeless love felt between parent and child. This beautiful picture book is inspired by Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb’s heartwarming adoption of her baby girl. Author: Hoda Kotb ~ Illustrator: Suzie Mason.
This is a story celebrating diversity. This little girl sees her eyes do not resemble her peers but she soon recognizes her own beauty and discovers a path to self-love and empowerment.
Learn how life is more beautiful when our differences are celebrated in this sweet story. Follow along as a group of children each build their very own hot-air balloons with various skills and processes to make each balloon unique.
Come along and play hide and seek with this little bunny and his mother who always finds him every time. Author: Margaret Wise Brown ~ Illustrator: Clement Hurd.
Follow the adventures of a berry-loving boy and an endearing rhyme-spouting bear in this bestselling classic. No telling what kind of berries they'll find next on their berry-picking palooza!
An endearing story to inspire and remind you that tomorrow’s success starts with the promises we make to ourselves and others today.
This imaginative book is a timeless classic filled with wonderment and excitement. One moonlit evening, Harold takes his oversized purple crayon and draws himself a whimsical landscape. By Crockett Johnson.
This honest school story is about teasing, self-esteem, and acceptance to help encourage kids to be themselves and accept others as well.