Children's and Middle Grade

Children's and Middle Grade

Getting your kids to read--a perpetual battle, right?  Your goal, then, is to always find the next excellent ebook in a genre they will love to read. And, what is better than finding ebooks for them that they can read on their electronic devices, such as their phones, Kindles or Nooks?  Authors in our Children's and Middle Grade genre want to help you with your kids, and they want to help you with your budget, too.  They will always offer their ebooks to you for free or discounted.


Definition of the "Children's and Middle Grade Genre": Children who are reading these ebooks are still at the stage of their life where they are focused inward.  They are figuring themselves out (a process that shouldn't stop just because we grow older), and so they focus what they want to read on that stage of their lives.  While characters in the Children's and Middle Grade genre grow during the stories, the growth is internal by nature. Ebooks in this genre typically focus on friendship, as children are working out what it makes to be a responsible friend to others, and what they look for in friends themselves.


Some bestselling ebooks in the Children's and Middle Grade genre are Katherine Applegate (The One and Only Ivan), R.J. Palacio (Wonder), Jacqueline Woodson (Brown Girl Dreaming), and Sharon Draper (Out of My Mind).

Boundaries Workbook for Kids

by Barrett Huang

Empower your child to protect their personal space and set healthy boundaries with this fun, interactive, and educational workbook!

Are you a parent who wants to make sure your child knows about personal safety? Do you want to give them the confidence they need to set healthy boundaries and stay safe as they grow up? Or do you want to explore key topics like consent and good vs bad touches in a memorable and age-appropriate manner? Then this book is for you!

Lovingly crafted with dozens of fun lessons, stories, coloring pages, and worksheets, this adorable book helps boys & girls ages 8-12 learn about the value of establishing body boundaries and protecting their personal space. Following the story of two adorable kitten siblings Tibby and Zip, this enjoyable workbook invites children on a journey to learn about consent, develop their body awareness, and keep safe both online and off.

With age-appropriate material to help young kids differentiate between safe and unsafe touches, the Boundaries Workbook for Kids serves as a valuable resource for any parent or caregiver who wants to make sure their children are equipped with the tools and understanding they need to protect their personal space and say “no” when anything makes them uncomfortable.

Here’s just a little of what you’ll discover inside:

  • Your Magical Bubble – A Child-Friendly Introduction To Establishing Boundaries
  • Who Can Enter Your Personal Space? Simple Lessons For Consent, Self-Respect, & Good Touch Vs Bad Touch Differentiation
  • Valuable Lessons To Help Kids Identify Their Feelings, Express Their Emotions, & Build The Confidence To Say “No”
  • Listening To Your Gut – Setting Boundaries At Home, School, Online, With Friends, & When Meeting Strangers
  • Practical Worksheets & Fun Exercises To Make Learning About Boundaries a Rewarding & Memorable Experience
  • Plenty of Cute Stories, Lovely Illustrations, & Interactive Worksheets That Teach Social Skills & Body Awareness
  • And So Much More...


As a must-have companion book for any parent who wants to protect their child from harm or exploitation, or who wants to instill in children a healthy respect for their bodies and emotions, the Boundaries Workbook for Kids is a brilliant tool that arms kids 8+ with the knowledge they need to recognize boundary-breaking warning signs, assert their personal space, and respect their own feelings.


Are you ready to join Tibby and Zip as they learn all about their personal boundaries? Then scroll up and order your copy today to dive in!


What Good Luck Bad Luck

by Alex Horner

This superb book's message is to respect and love yourself- no matter what. Everyone is worthy of being loved. Acceptance of self is so important, and at times hard. The important question many ask is- am I good enough? This book answers that question with an unqualified YES! Diversity should be respected and everyone should be accepted for who they are. It feels so good to hear someone say, "I believe in you." It is a matter of high importance to believe in yourself. This is a great book for teaching children about self-esteem. Children will love this story and find it relatable. This fun book for ages 3-9 teaches children about how to appreciate what they already have instead of being jealous of what others have. Children will enjoy being reminded to choose themselves instead of wishing to be like someone else. The concepts are taught in a simple and direct way that children can understand. It is a serious theme that is taught in a delightful manner. It is fun to view the illustrations and read about the characters in this meaningful book about self-esteem and appreciation. It is a great message for all children and well worth discussing with them. It is important to teach children about character building, and to reinforce the concept of acceptance of self and of others, and of self worth. It is a profound theme that is told in a captivating and humorous way.


The Pond of Reflection: A Middle Grade Fantasy Adventure with a Moral Twist

by Catherine Ann Russell

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--- 2024 Book Excellence Awards Winner in Pre-Teen Fiction
--- 2023 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner in Children's Audiobook
--- 2022 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner in Children's Adventure

"Catherine Ann Russell’s book is the sort of story I loved to read as a child and I’m sure many young people today will enjoy it too because it depicts the world of children, what they need, and what preoccupies them so sympathetically." -- Sarah Scheele for Readers’ Favorite

What Will You See When You Look into The Pond of Reflection?

Content in her father’s wise kingdom, Princess Journee loves life but has one nagging question: Who is she? Yes, she is a mouse and a princess, but who is she really? With her adventurous spirit and her father’s mighty steed to protect her, she goes on a quest to find herself.

The adventure takes an interesting turn when she befriends a toad and an owl who tell her about a legendary Pond of Reflection known to reveal one's true identity. But first they must find it, if indeed it exists. Their friendship and appreciation for each other grow as they encounter difficulties along the way, and strange happenings in the ancient Whoami Forest.

This adventure story is inspired by the Biblical Proverb 27:19 (NIV) and communicates the moral that identity and self-worth spring from heart and character (inside-out), thus sincere friendship can happen regardless of how different outward appearance may be (outside-in).

Proceeds from book sales support emergency famine relief for infants and children! Find out more at

The Pond of Reflection is a teen book for ages 9 and up.



My Adventures by Fallon the Traveling Cat: Crater Lake and Yellowstone National Parks

by Elizabeth Sanguedolce

Adopted by a retired couple, Fallon has many adventures traveling across the U.S. in a motorhome.

In this second book of the series, Fallon visits Crater Lake National Park in Oregon and Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. She observes a bison jam, a bear close-up, and a variety of other wildlife, as well as geysers and other natural wonders. She discovers how Yellowstone, the first U.S. National Park, got its name.

Fallon enjoys being outside and notices how her family interacts with nature. After a full vacation, Fallon starts planning her next adventure in the four Colorado National Parks, Book 3. Don’t miss out on more of Fallon’s adventures! Grab your copy today!


Maya Sings Country

by Carrington

It's almost time for the Spring Recital. Maya chooses Country as the musical genre that she will be performing. It's not the type of music that she usually listens to and she doesn't know much about it.

There are many who believe only certain people enjoy or perform certain genres of music, but Maya is determined to prove them wrong. She stuns everyone with her song and proves that you can be black and be Country.

Come along with Maya as she learns about some African-American pioneers of the music industry -- proving we can all live above society stereotypes.



Speedy Phoebe: A Carson Elementary Story

by Ryanne Siddiq

Phoebe always dreamed one day she would become a great race car. She has her first chance to show off her speedy skills during her school field day. That’s if the carlettes don’t wreck her confidence!

Your little readers will love racing along with Phoebe in this silly and heartwarming tale as she navigates bullies and self doubt.

In this book you will find:

  • Exemplifying positive behavior
  • Characters and situations that resonate
  • Captivating illustrations
  • Interactive opportunities
  • and so much more!

Will Phoebe be able to overcome the revving sounds of the other carlettes to have her time to shine? Join the race and find out!

Taste Buddies

by Jax Perrins

Does your little one protest eating their greens with a firm, "NO. NOPE. NEVER!”?

Taste Buddies is the perfect solution to transform mealtime battles into a nutritious culinary adventure!

Charley and her Taste Buddies invite your child to the table and present healthy foods, a variety of textures, and flavors in an exciting and approachable way. By the end, even the pickiest of eaters will be inspired to try new and nourishing food that fuels their growing bodies and gives them superhero powers!

“Just a little taste, let’s try one bite.
You might be surprised to find it tastes all right!”

Inside you’ll find:

· A fun, low-pressure introduction of green foods

· Fostering a conversation around trying something new

· Impeccable illustrations and engaging characters that are relatable to picky or curious eaters

· The celebration of perseverance

…and much more!

Don’t forget to follow Taste Buddies and Jax Perrins on Instagram for picky eating tips, healthy toddler-approved recipes, and kid’s activities! @tastebuddies.bookclub @windycity.jax


Shelby’s Season of Surprise: An Old Quarry Lake Farms Tale. The perfect gift for girls age 9-12

by Marty Kay Jones

Shelby Simone is a regular city girl who is obsessed with horses. Even though she’s never really had a chance to spend time with horses, she’s been curious about all things horse since… forever!

When her parents’ jobs take them to a new small town in a rural area, Shelby’s life changes forever. Not only does she have to get used to a new way of life, but her parents have treated her to riding lessons at one of the best barns around.

Starting something new is scary, so Shelby has her hands full with a brand new activity, new friends, and a new school. While she experiences many challenges, Shelby discovers two very important things: Not only does she love horses just as much as she thought she would, but she’s found the best friends possible along the way.

Join Shelby and her friends Katherine, Rose, and Agate as they navigate pre-teen friendship and the challenges of riding. Share in their tears and triumphs as they learn about horses, friendships, and being a good friend.

This book is perfect for:

  • Girls ages 9-12
  • Young readers who have experienced moving to a new home, making new friends, and feeling awkward in new places
  • Readers who love horses and want to learn more about them
  • Aspiring horseback riders and those who want to try horseback riding lessons
  • Parents who have children who are obsessed with horses
  • Teachers looking for materials that deal with sensitive emotional issues
  • Families of young readers who are experiencing anxiety over a change

Girls love these books because:

  • They are filled with horse-y facts and adventures, putting them right in the center of the action
  • The warm tales inspire confidence in those who are having a difficult time with changes in their world
  • The characters experience– and work through– many of the complicated emotions that come with growing up today

"I had an excellent time reading Horse Girl. It was engaging with great characters, fun dialogue, and good pacing. I appreciated that this story navigated some of the confusing struggles girls experience at this age, and I thought that the connection and friendship between the girls was a shining star. It illustrates a true appreciation for horses, and it spoke to my horse-loving heart!" - Emily, grant writer for community nonprofits

I beta-read this book and honestly enjoyed it. It made me nostalgic for reading books like Pony Pals when I was younger. I would highly recommend this for tweens who are into horses. The characters are relatable and sweet, the plot is fun, and there are a lot of positive messages."- Molly, teacher

"I had the opportunity to be a beta reader for this book. I found the characters and story to be genuine and relatable. If your girl loves horses, I think she’ll like this book. I know I would have as a tween." -
Pam, Editor
For young readers, pre-teens, tweens, and teens, the Old Quarry Lake Farms Tales are not just warm-hearted stories about girls and their horses, but provide information and insight about horses and the world of riding.

This is the fourth book in the The Old Quarry Lake Farms Tales Series.


My Adventures by Fallon the Traveling Cat: Crater Lake and Yellowstone National Parks

by Elizabeth Sanguedolce

Adopted by a retired couple, Fallon has many adventures traveling across the U.S. in a motorhome.

In this second book of the series, Fallon visits Crater Lake National Park in Oregon and Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. She observes a bison jam, a bear close-up, and a variety of other wildlife, as well as geysers and other natural wonders. She discovers how Yellowstone, the first U.S. National Park, got its name.

Fallon enjoys being outside and notices how her family interacts with nature. After a full vacation, Fallon starts planning her next adventure in the four Colorado National Parks, Book 3. Don’t miss out on more of Fallon’s adventures! Grab your copy today!


Shelby and the Back-to-School Blues: An Old Quarry Lake Farms Tale.

by Marty Kay Jones

The school has started again in the quiet rural town of Old Quarry Lake. Newcomer Shelby and her “townie” friends Katherine and Rose have had an amazing summer becoming friends and spending time with horses.

Shelby is afraid that going to school will change the dynamic in her friend group, and she’s right. After meeting a fellow horse-crazy girl named Agate in art class, Shelby introduces her to Rose and Katherine. That’s when things get… well, weird. Rose keeps disappearing, and Katherine doesn’t seem to have much to say to Shelby anymore.

As the school year drags on, Shelby finds herself feeling more distant from her friends than ever. Was introducing Agate to her friends a huge mistake?

Join the riders of Old Quarry Lake Farms as they spend their first year in school together. A new school building, a new group of friends, and new challenges to face at school and the barn—will the girls be able to navigate so many changes at once?

This book is perfect for:

  • Girls ages 9-12
  • Teachers in elementary school through seventh grade
  • Parents and grandparents with girls who love horses
  • Anyone looking to teach children about empathy, friendship, and compassion
  • Any child struggling with learning challenges (ADHD, Autism Spectrum) and mental health (Anxiety)

Readers can relate to issues experienced by the characters in this book, including:

  • Body image concerns
  • Bullying
  • Self-image and self-esteem
  • Starting a new grade at a new school
  • Learning challenges and neurodivergence

For young readers, pre-teens, tweens, and teens, the Old Quarry Lake Farms Tales are not just warm-hearted stories about girls and their horses, but provide information and insight about horses and the world of riding.

This is the third book in the The Old Quarry Lake Farms Tales Series.



Pray! What Do I Say?: A 21 Day Devotional for Kids

by Betsy Adams

Has a child ever asked you how to pray or what to pray about?

Pray! What Do I Say? helps answer those questions. If you are talking to God, you are praying, and praying is one of the most important things we can do. The Bible tells us God hears our prayers and responds to our needs. There are many parts to prayer, but most importantly, we want our children to understand that their prayers are unique to them. Prayer is simply a conversation with our Heavenly Father.

Pray! What Do I Say? looks at prayer in more depth while using kid-friendly language to explain the purpose and potential of prayer. These devotionals are designed for children, offering age-appropriate content and relevant reflection activities.

Dive into the daily devotionals with your child or someone you love. Join the conversations as we teach our children the importance of this spiritual discipline and how prayer can be part of their everyday lives. Devotionals include discussion points, journaling opportunities, and prayer prompts. Jesus modeled prayer for us in the New Testament, and this book begins with His example, The Lord’s Prayer.



Chickens Don't Swim! (A Lily Saves the Day Book Book 4)

by Laura Willingham

After Lily, a young chicken, realizes she's not a natural born swimmer, she becomes resourceful and finds a creative way to swim.

Story takeaways:

Being adventurous can have its mishaps, but completing the goal can be rewarding.

When there's a will, there's a way!


The Claustrophobic Gopher

by Charles Weeden

Embark on an extraordinary adventure with Gopher Junior or “GJ”, the timid gopher who's afraid of tunnels and tight spaces.

In The Claustrophobic Gopher, developers threaten to destroy the beloved forest, and it's up to GJ to face his fears and take action. Packed with surprising twists and delightful friendships, this engaging children's book will keep young readers eagerly flipping the pages. Join GJ on his quest for a larger purpose, as he transforms himself and bravely halts the bulldozer's destruction. Discover the power of courage, resilience, and self-discovery in this heartwarming must-read that's sure to captivate young minds.

An excerpt from The Claustrophobic Gopher:

“Hurry, hurry, GJ, we’re not safe until we’re underground.”
“But Mommy.”
“Please realize how dangerous it is for gophers. Bigger animals want to eat us, and the mean gardener sets traps to catch us.”
“But Mommy.”
“Here, now quickly, down our gopher hole.”
“But, Mommy, our home is so dark and tight. Why can’t I stay outside? I want to breathe the fresh air and feel the warmth of the sun!”
“No more buts unless it is your little butt in front of me running down the hole. Now!”

Once safely inside, Mommy plugs the hole, and they are safe. She loves her little tunnel home. It is right below a vegetable garden and, in fact, some of the vegetables actually grow down into their front tunnel. Often as Mommy or GJ crawl through the tunnel, they take a bite of a carrot, a beet or potato. They call it ‘tuber eats.’


Ranger Academy: Shadow of the Tyrant King

by PM Johnson

A wonderful adventure that everyone from middle graders to adults will enjoy!

Enter a world of Magic and Adventure full of remarkable creatures and breathtaking beauty. But there is danger, too. Can Jack and his friends defeat the forces of darkness and prevent the return of the Tyrant King?

“A darkness is creeping into the Faewald. Trolls, ogres, and goblins have descended from the high passes of the Dragon’s Teeth Mountains. Drek war parties dare to raid our borders, sometimes in the company of jackalwytes."

Jack Sawyer is a skinny boy, undersized, and as graceful as a giraffe on roller skates. Unnoticed by everyone at Stoneybrook Middle School, except for a trio of bullies and a few fellow misfits, Jack trudges through the school year like it’ a prison sentence.

Jack knows many things, like the names of all the state capitals and how to tell an agate from a plain old rock. But there’s much he doesn’t know. For example, he doesn’t know how to shoot sparks by snapping his fingers or ride a galloping horse through the mud and over fences. And he 
really doesn’t know how to hurl a spear, wield a sword, or track mythical creatures through a magical forest.

But that all changes when one day he discovers he can somehow levitate a basketball and send it flying around the school gymnasium. That’s when he feels the Quickening, and with it a whole new world opens up for him. To harness his new abilities, Jack must go to Ranger Academy in a magical place called the Midwald where he spends the whole summer concocting potions, racing horses, tracking fierce creatures, and battling monsters.

It will be the summer of a lifetime - if he survives.


Ned Bear and The Dirty Whisker Curse

by A. B. Roveen

In a world where magic is gone…

Ned is a grizzly bear trained for fighting wars. But he doesn’t want to fight anymore. He’d much rather live a life of exploration and leisure. So one day he ventures out beyond his village to the city of Wexlin.

The world is a wondrous place and he soon happens upon a group of pirates searching for a great treasure lost at sea. Maybe Ned can find fulfillment in joining them on their quest. It certainly sounds fun. The only problem is Ned is afraid of the ocean.

That’s actually the least of his worries. Many deadly trials and troubles await aboard the Ironwill, the pirates’ ship. As it turns out, maybe Ned isn’t quite done fighting. And what will he do when a method to restore the world's magic is discovered?

Find out in Ned Bear and the Dirty Whisker Curse.

Featuring a main character who is a bear, this fantasy read is perfect for kids and adults who like animals. And don’t forget pirates. Follow Ned’s adventure as he strives to be the unwitting hero of the Land.


The Flower Disaster: A Funny Book for Kids That Grows Character (Faith-Building Chapter Books 1)

by Kim Ramos

Discover a Heartwarming, Faith-Building Adventure!

Are you searching for a captivating book that not only entertains your kids but also nurtures their faith in a practical way? Look no further! Because The Flower Disaster is a delightful realistic fiction story specially crafted for children aged 6-10. Packed with humor, lovable characters, and quick action, this faith-building story brings Bible truths to life, making them relatable and applicable for the little ones.

For Kids

Join the exciting journey of our endearing characters and learn valuable life lessons that will stay with you forever! As you flip through the pages, featuring black-and-white illustrations, you'll discover:

  • How to Get Along: Find out why avoiding arguments with siblings and friends is essential for happy relationships.
  • Hear From God: Stop and listen as God speaks to you through His Word and prayer, presenting creative solutions to your problems.
  • Hold onto Faith: Embrace the faith that leads you through even the most challenging times, knowing that God has a good plan for your life.

This book is crafted just for you, a book kids can read by themselves! Dive into the adventurous world of The Flower Disaster and watch as your faith grows alongside the lovable characters.

For Moms

We understand the desire to pass on your faith to your kids while equipping them with practical tools to apply these principles in everyday life. The Flower Disaster offers a unique opportunity for you to:

  • Share Joyful Moments: Read this faith-building story aloud together and share laughter over the funny situations the characters find themselves in.
  • Open Conversations: Talk about Bible principles presented in the book, creating an environment for discussing faith and values.
  • Safe Role Models: Rejoice in the positive role models showcased in the story, setting an example of how to navigate life's challenges by trusting God.
  • Rekindle Memories: Share your own experiences when God intervened miraculously, fostering a stronger bond with your children.
  • Double the Fun: If you're looking for a children's book featuring twins, then this book is definitely for you!

Parents and Kids Together

The Flower Disaster is more than just a children's book; it's an interactive experience that instantly stirs the faith of both parents and kids. It’s the perfect book for Christian families, offering an engaging read that promotes faith, character-building, and a deeper connection with God.

  • Practical Guidance: Witness practical instructions on how to hear from God and see these lessons modeled by the characters.
  • Relax and Enjoy: Rest assured that your kids will learn to apply faith in their lives, even in the most challenging situations.
  • Build Character: This faith-building story helps kids build character by applying the book's principles to their everyday problems.

Get The Flower Disaster now and witness the heartwarming transformation as faith blooms in the hearts of your kids. This faith-building story will surely leave a lasting impact on your family's hearts and minds.

PLUS A FUN, FREE GIFT FOR YOU! Word finds, mazes, and coloring pages! Get a free sample of The Flower Disaster Activity Book. Details inside the book.

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Interactive Letter Tracing Book: Innovative approach

by Victoria Stroncea

�� 4 Books in One! This unique program, carefully crafted by top experts in teaching and psychology, is based on the latest methods.
1. Brain-Boosting Neuro-Gymnastics Exercises book
2. Neat Handwriting and Concentration Pre-Writing Book
3. Handwriting Improvement Tracing Book
4. Memory-Enhancing Games and Puzzle Book
Your child will enjoy a wide range of benefits and achieve remarkable results in:

  • Improving Fine Motor Skills
  • Enhancing Optical Control
  • Boosting Attention and Concentration
  • Developing Accuracy and Perseverance
  • Enhancing Memory
  • Preparing for Writing
  • Improving Handwriting
  • Stimulating Cognitive Development
  • Fostering Neural Connections
  • Providing Comprehensive Education
  • Nurturing Imagination Development

�� We have structured the learning process into four distinct parts, each serving a specific purpose.
�� Firstly, we focus on developing the child's brain to make learning easier for them. This is achieved through neuropsychological exercises.
�� Secondly, we acquaint your child with the letter itself.
✏️ Thirdly, we focus on preparatory work and guide your child in drawing the lines and curves that compose the letter.
✍️ Lastly, we delve into the direct writing of the letter.
More about you can find out if you delve into the "looking inside" option of this book.
❗️❗️However, even with our carefully designed approach, your personal involvement is essential. Your child is not yet capable of independently reading and comprehending the tasks at hand. This is where your support becomes invaluable.
Recommended age: 5+



Ursula: A Yosemite Bear (Ursula, a Yosemite Trilogy Book 1)

by Weeden Minor

Join Ursula, a curious and adventurous Yosemite bear, on a thrilling trilogy through the beautiful wilderness of Yosemite National Park.

The Yosemite bear Ursula befriends a group of hikers and discovers the importance of protecting her home from harm. She must use her bravery and quick thinking to save her forest from a raging wildfire. Ursula also uncovers a mystery about the Miwok people, the original inhabitants of the park, and must work with her friends to solve it.

This exciting book is filled with action, friendship, and important lessons about the environment, the history of the indigenous Miwok people and their land, and Yosemite National Park.

Follow Ursula on her exciting journey through Yosemite National Park in a trilogy perfect for young readers ages 8 to 15, who love animals and adventure!

An excerpt from Ursula, A Yosemite Bear:

Ursula opens her eyes. She stares at the ceiling of the cave where she’s been hibernating with Mommy and Daddy since early December. She wants to get up and explore but Mommy’s arm is across her body. While Ursula wonders how to wiggle out without waking her parents, she notices a drop of water forming on the ceiling.

This is something new. Where is the water coming from? The drop gets bigger and bigger until it lets go and plops right on Daddy’s ear. His ear twitches and Ursula hears a faint tinkling from the plastic tag on his left ear.

She thinks back to the day in October when Daddy came home with the tag and how sad Mommy was. Ursula told Mommy that she wanted a tag too but that made Mommy even more upset.

As Ursula lies in bed, other memories from last year come back to her. She recalls how much fun she had with her friends swimming in the Merced River, playing with the butterflies in Yosemite’s meadows, and stealing food from the tourists.

As she thinks about her friends and wonders how they are, another drop of water forms. This time it drops right into Daddy’s ear. His ear twitches, the tag tinkles and Daddy groans and turns over. His turn squeezes Mommy who then shifts and moves her arm. Ursula is free! She slips out of the bed.



I Am Different, The Same As You

by Deborah OKon

A Children's Book Celebrating Diversity, Inclusion, and Empathy

Step into a world of wonder and discovery with I Am Different, The Same As You, a captivating children's book that ignites young hearts with the power of acceptance, compassion, and the celebration of differences. This extraordinary tale weaves together enchanting storytelling and vibrant illustrations to create an immersive experience that will inspire children to embrace diversity, foster empathy, and cultivate a genuine understanding of others.

In a society that needs more stories that promote acceptance and inclusion, I Am Different, The Same As You stands as a beacon of hope. With its relatable characters and engaging narrative, this remarkable book transcends boundaries and connects with children from all walks of life. It's a transformative journey that sparks conversations about the value of empathy, the beauty of diversity, and the joy that blossoms when we embrace each other's unique qualities.

From the very first page, children will be captivated by the adventures of Harlow, Allen, and Olive—three extraordinary friends with differing abilities—who embark on an unforgettable expedition to the river. As they encounter a diverse cast of animal friends, each showcasing their own special talents, the children learn the profound truth that being different is not only okay but a cause for celebration.

I Am Different, The Same As You is a testament to the power of storytelling and its ability to shape young minds. It fosters a sense of belonging, teaches the importance of compassion, and sparks a curiosity that inspires children to look beyond appearances and see the richness of the human experience. With its valuable themes of acceptance, inclusion, and the appreciation of differences, this book becomes an invaluable tool for parents, educators, and caregivers in instilling core values of empathy and respect.

Let I Am Different, The Same As You be the catalyst that sparks meaningful conversations and creates a lasting impact on young readers. In a world that craves diversity and understanding, this poignant tale offers a doorway to a brighter future—a future where children embrace each other's differences, stand up against prejudice, and build a world of compassion and acceptance.

As you embark on this extraordinary journey with Harlow, Allen, and Olive, be prepared to witness the transformative power of a book that fosters empathy, celebrates diversity, and instills in children the understanding that we are all connected, despite our differences. I Am Different, The Same As You is not just a children's book; it's a catalyst for change, an instrument of love, and an invitation to embrace the beauty of our shared humanity

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Middle School Success for the Uniquely-Wired Child

by Ali Sims

When It Comes to Your Child’s Education, Don’t Take No For an Answer

More than six million children in America have been diagnosed with ADHD; one out of 100 has autism. Sadly, many of them are getting left behind.

If you’re the loving parent of a child with autism, attention deficit disorder, or other special needs, you’re not alone. Although your journey may feel like a lonely one. Ali Sims should know. As a teacher, she observed which parents received support from the school system and which families did not. This insight helped her quickly determine the best approach for her two uniquely-wired children.

Now, Ali shares her most successful strategies in a simple 7-step framework to help you avoid unnecessary heartache and drama.

Discover how to:

✓ Uncover your child’s gifts and proactively cultivate them

✓ Maintain positive relationships with teachers, staff and administrators

✓ Deal effectively with bullying

✓ Get the extra support your uniquely-wired student needs

✓ Reign in the negative influence of peers, especially social media

This book will leave you feeling instantly empowered and equipped with everything you need to help your child thrive in middle school and beyond. You have more control over your kid’s school journey than you think.

Finally, a comprehensive guide for parents navigating the unique challenges of raising middle schoolers with ADHD, autism, or other special needs. Drawing on the latest research and the author's own experiences as both a parent and school teacher, this book offers practical strategies and new tools to help your middle school child succeed.

You can uncover your child's gifts and use them to their advantage while also addressing their unique challenges. You'll learn how to advocate for your child in the school system and how to work effectively with teachers and administrators. You'll also find practical tips for managing homework and school projects, improving social skills, and dealing with common behavior challenges.

The book is divided into seven easy-to-follow steps, each designed to help you understand your child's needs and create a supportive environment for their success. From identifying your child's strengths to developing a customized plan for their middle school years, Middle School Success for the Uniquely-Wired Child provides a roadmap for parents seeking to help their child reach their personal best.

Whether your child has ADHD, autism, or another special need, you’ll have a wealth of knowledge and practical advice to help your child thrive in middle school and beyond. With the right tools and support, any student can succeed.

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