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Elmore – Holly Hobbie

Elmore is a kind porcupine who really wants to have friends. Feeling lonely and sad, he sets out to find a way to connect with the other forest animals that are wary of all his quills. This sweet tale is a heartwarming story for young and old alike.

Title: Elmore Author: Holly Hobbie Genre: Juvenile Fiction


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Florette – Anna Walker

Florette tells the sweet story of a little girl named Mae who moves to the city and desperately misses the garden that she had to leave behind at her old home. Mae attempts to recreate her garden in a variety of creative ways including chalk and boxes. Ultimately, she discovers a store that appears to […]

Teeny Tiny Toady – Jill Esbaum

Teeny Tiny Toady tells the story of a family of toads attempting to rescue their mother who has ended up in a bucket. After many attempts have been made by her big, strong brothers, petite little toady uses her smarts to save their Mom. This sweet tale is filled with valuable lessons and makes for […]

Dear Girl, – Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Dear Girl, is truly a delight. It is a terrific reminder for every girl, no matter what her age, of her worth and her potential. I really liked this one a lot!

Title: Dear Girl, Author: Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Paris Rosenthal, Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: HarperCollins Release Date: December 26, 2017 Pages: 40

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I Can Only Imagine: A Memoir – Bart Millard and Robert Noland

I Can Only Imagine chronicles the story behind the number one selling Christian music single of all time. The emotionally charged story of Bart Millard’s life and specifically his relationship with his father is a testament to the power of God in the lives of his children. Whether you are a MercyMe fan or not, […]