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Children's Books

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Amber Booth McCoy     (with Katina Booth White & Cortney Booth Akers)

STEM Looks Like Me

Alex and Amber are about to embark on an exciting journey of discovery. Join the twins as they learn all the different ways (from A to Z) STEM impacts our lives!

STEM Like Me is a colorful, interactive, and creative book that stresses the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. STEM Like Me expands a child’s mind by enhancing what they already know, promoting imagination, preparing them for a diverse future, and encouraging entrepreneurship.

Andrea Sharp

Being Different With Elijah

There is something very different about Elijah. His family knows and so does Elijah. And they accept and love him. But when Elijah and his family move to a new city and he begins a new school, Elijah wonders if the new teachers and children will accept him. Will they make fun of him or will they embrace his differences? Being Different with Elijah focuses on the importance of self-awareness and acceptance. We are all different but that is ok. It is our differences that make us special and unique. Knowing who we are and being confident in our individual gifts and talents will help others not only see us but appreciate us too. 

Dr. John Carter

Little Johnny and The Feast of Thanksgiving

Little Johnny loves when the leaves change colors. He knows that is a sign that Thanksgiving is near. Join Little Johnny on the family farm as he describes the leaves on the trees, counts the animals, prepares to have fun, and feasts on Grandmother Tennessee's delicious dishes! Little Johnny and The Feast of Thanksgiving is a heart-warming, entertaining, and educating book for your child. The book focuses on family, friends, and gratitude.

G. E. Miller

But I've Never Been 4 Before!

Today is a big day for Jada because today she turns 4! But instead of total excitement, Jada wonders about things she can’t do anymore. Is Being 4 any different than being Three? Jada will soon see! Join Jada on a birthday journey that makes her bolder - as she learns what it means to be another year older! .

Thomasema Pannell

I Just Want To Be Me

Author Thomasema Pannell wants parents to remember that our while our thoughts and ways may stem from the best of intentions for our children, it does not mean they are ‘right’ for them. Sometimes, we as parents need to listen to the voice of our children – regardless of their age.

‘I Just Want To Be Me’ cultivates and encourages a child’s freedom to explore, understand, and most of all experience life.

Fre'Derick 'Ziggy' Redd III

The Mystery of The Missing Ring

As a cancer patient, attending school and learning to read was challenging for Ziggy. However, his strong determination pushed him to succeed.Ziggy was excited to be among his peers daily and looked forward to the social interaction. School gave Ziggy more knowledge and confidence in putting words that he could verbalize onto paper. Words became sentences, sentences became paragraphs, and paragraphs became stories. Ziggy would dramatically act out his stories as he and his sister Zai would play together. Often, Zai would follow Ziggy’s lead as he would give her the details of the story word for word, instructing her on what he needed her to say. He would also draw pictures to help her understand.He was the writer, director, and lead in every story he wrote!This story highlights Ziggy’s strength, a gift for entertainment, and was published as encouragement for other children and adults who are on a cancer journey. In spite of his health condition, Ziggy never lost focus on the things he wanted to do during his lifetime."The Mystery of the Missing Ring" is a continuation of Ziggy and Zai’s beautiful sibling bond that we, his family, hope will be shared with others and thereby allowing Ziggy to live on in the hearts and minds of others for eternity.

Iris M. Williams

Loving Leroy

Mimi was not well; she did not feel good.
She did not feel as she knew she should.
At the hospital she met Dr. Talledo.
He wanted to give her an ostomy, but Mimi said, “No.” Dr. Talledo persisted and gave her an ostomy named, Leroy.
That was the day Mimi lost her joy. But one day Mimi realized that Leroy only wanted to help and be her friend.
When Mimi accepted that, she became well again! 

Iris M. Williams

How Meg Likes Her Eggs

Meg was a very happy and carefree little girl.
Meg did not have a care in the world.
Until, one day, she discovered something very upsetting ...
Meg did not know how she liked her eggs!

Iris M. Williams

the Purple Butterfly & the Blue Bear

Once upon a time, in a land not that far away.
Two unlikely friends met one day.
The day was warm and a rainbow was in the sky.
It was a day they'll never forget. Let's find out why!

Iris M. Williams

There's a Tooth in The Gumball Machine

Author Iris M. Williams has a heart for informing children. "In the absence of information, children will make it up and usually what they make up is not accurate," she declares.

Her 2022 Arkansas PBS "Rise and Shine" selection is about two little boys who insist on watching a movie their parents told them they could not watch. 

This fun and mysterious story teaches children the value in obeying their parents.

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