Spotlight: Picture Books

Welcome readers! Today, we have the pleasure of sharing some of our gorgeous picture books with you. We’re sure you will love them as much as we do.

 

The Story Catcher

Written by: Donna L. Martin
Illustrated by: Alyson Peterson
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 Addie comes from a long line of readers, or “story catchers,” as her family likes to call themselves. Every time Addie tries to catch a story on her own, though, the words play tricks on her. Addie tries everything she can think of to corral those wiggly letters, but it will take a little faith to become the next STORY CATCHER.

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Mommy’s Little Wordlings

Written and Illustrated by: Linh Nguyen-Ng
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Little words hold big meanings. The Little Wordlings are
children who use their simple words to express their feelings for loved ones. No one is more adored than the first person who made them smile. No one is more cherished than the person who gave them life. There is no one like Mommy. Join the Little Wordlings as they show Mommy how much she is appreciated and loved.

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Do Flowers Go to Heaven?

Written and Illustrated by: Deniese Kohles

FlowersBowkerHave you ever been told to believe in something you could not touch, let alone see, but knew deep inside that it was worth fighting for, even more than the air we breathe? What if a simple wildflower’s journey could lead us to a deeper understanding of our choices of knowing, struggling and ultimately believing?

Come embark on the Wildflower’s journey, with his brother and sister, as they grow in search of a great light and discover the answer to an important question.

Do flowers go to Heaven?

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