You Can Bee Anything by Kim Nelson-Ingram tells the story of Bobbie, a bright and bold young honeybee who causes quite the buzz when she shares her dreams of doing more than just making honey. When word gets back to the queen bee, she reveals the secrets to how one can, in fact, be anything they imagine. For more info, visit www.flowinginkinfo.com.
Who doesn’t need a little self-esteem boost? With so many pressures, it is important to remind kids every day that even in challenges there is so much to love about yourself. In Sometimes I Just Don’t Like Myself, the authors, TaShawna and Jameson Stokes, are honest about the things that even young kids are struggling with on a day-to-day basis. They encourage kids and remind parents that greatness lies inside and, with the right attitude, their future will be brighter than ever.
Princess Hair by Torrell Sanders takes you on a journey of a little girl learning to embrace her natural hair and encouraging others to do the same.
Spread Love, Not Germs by Kenesha Ryce was created to help children cope during the Covid-19 pandemic, reminding them that while there are many things out of their control about what’s happening around them, they can still choose to keep finding joy and spreading love.
In Timmy's Technique by Kenesha T. Ryce, Timmy doesn’t quite understand why he can’t do all the advanced techniques he sees other violinists performing. Part of We Imagine Music Series, which was created to teach children important lessons about violin technique.
The Minute that Forgot the Time by Ivan Gaskin follows the journey of a little Minute who wants to be everything else but himself, ultimately learning the important lesson that no matter where you’re from or what you do, the world needs you.
Different by Brooke Anderson-Collie, part of an education series, is a story that teaches children about Dyslexia by illustrating it as a superpower.