One by Kathryn Otoshi - This book is simple and profound at the same time. Through colors and numbers, it introduces young readers to the concepts of diversity, embracing one’s unique self and the strength in unity. 

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Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise Brown – This book is a modern classic. Margaret’s soft quiet poetry is almost like a lullaby that sooths booth bouncy babies and fidgety toddlers making this an essential read for nighttime.


Green Eggs and Ham by Doctor Seuss – Every generation falls in love with Dr. Seuss’s whimsical characters and rhyming style. Seuss is at his best telling a story in which on character refuses to try green eggs and ham.

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Art and Max by David Weisner – The illustrations in this book are packed with color, oozing with detail, and totally surprising in a humorous story about art, creativity and friendship.

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I Will Rejoice by Karma Wilson – Based on Psalm 118:24, this book encourages thankfulness.

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