Fresh Picks for Your Kids’ Bedtime Reads

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New and cherished titles from Trafford, AuthorHouse and Xlibris

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The Alphabet: Learned Quickly and Easily
by Brenda G. Martin
Make learning the alphabet and phonics easy and fun with association memory techniques. Unique multi-sensory approaches increase the memory of letters that become part of objects beginning with the letter's sound. Companion stories help students visualize and remember the letters.
Ruffles Rabbit
by Dr. Mary Pankiw

Page by page, Ruffles Rabbit hops her way in an inspirational way. Ruffles Rabbit is a captivating story that teaches fundamental lessons: sharing and family values. Your furry friend invites you to enjoy the story from beginning to end.


Vern and His Butterfly Migration
by Janette Bickford
Immerse yourself in a world of wonder when you follow Vern and His Butterfly Migration!

This colorful storybook, accompanied by beautiful illustrations, celebrates the child’s fresh and vibrant imagination. It lets readers follow the journey of butterflies.

When My Senses Don’t Make Sense!
by Natasha Parsakia, M.A. BCBA
The main purpose for the following social stories is to give children, primarily on the Autism Spectrum, a better understanding of what they may feel, as well as providing coping mechanisms or strategies to use in overcoming sensory integration deficits.
by Melissa A. Jones

Squawky: The Little Blue Jay is a heartwarming story about family, love, caring and hope. Squawky will touch the hearts of young and old. Teach your children the importance of acceptance and working together with this delightful story!

The Golden Princess
by L.R Garner

In this vividly enchanting tale of magic, passion, and color, Alice, a young princess learns about her strange new powers. She realizes that she has to face an evil beast set out to engulf the world in darkness and suffering

Captain Cat and The Umbrella Kid
in Fear Can Be Fatal & The Aunt From the Blood Lagoon
by Paul Shaw
Freaked out by Phantom Fiery Giraffes? Besieged by Aunts From the Blood Lagoon? Have no fear! Captain Cat will save the day. Oh, and the Umbrella Kid too. Join them in two more excitement-packed,
outrageously wacky escapades!!
Loony the Loon and the Littered Lake
by Jenny White
Loony has been flying all over the lake looking for Buck, but he is nowhere to be found. Where can he be, and who are the un-caring, garbage-bearing, paper-tearing, debris-smearing, mess-making, bottle-breaking persons polluting the lake?
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