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Charlotte the scientist finds a cure —Andros, Camille, author.

"Charlotte, a budding bunny scientist, ignores the doubters and confidently finds a cure to the mysterious malady affecting the forest"-- Provided by publisher.

The lion inside —Bright, Rachel, 1979- author.

A little mouse decides to seek lessons in roaring from the mighty lion--who happens to be afraid of mice--and the two become good friends.

Princess Academy —Hale, Shannon.

While attending a strict academy for potential princesses with the other girls from her mountain village, fourteen-year-old Miri discovers unexpected talents and connections to her homeland.

I believe I can —Byers, Grace, 1984- author.
Book + Audio
Availability: 2 of 6

From the New York Times bestselling creators of I Am Enough comes an empowering follow-up that celebrates every child's limitless potential. I Believe I Can is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background to lov...

Carol and the pickle-toad —Shapiro, Esmé, 1992- author, illustrator.

"In the big city, people wear all kinds of hats. Not everyone wears a toad as a hat, but some people do . . . and some of those toad hats can be VERY bossy! Carol has always followed the orders of her demanding toad hat ...

I get loud —Ouimet, David, author, illustrator.

"Follows a girl learning to express herself and connect with others. How do you use your voice, once you've finally found it? Growing in self-confidence, she befriends a stranger who becomes her closest companion. Despit...

Unstinky —Rash, Andy, author, illustrator.

"As a stinkbug Bud has problems: despite his best efforts he smells too sweet and flowery--but when April the bee invites him to her hive for a dance party he discovers his true talent."--Provied by publisher.

Be who you are —Parr, Todd, author.

Picture book encouraging kids to be proud of what makes them unique, where they come from, and how they express themselves and see the world.

She's got this —Hernandez, Laurie, 2000- author.
Sound Recording
Availability: 1 of 4

From gold-medal-winning Olympic gymnast and bestselling author Laurie Hernandez comes a picture book about chasing your dreams and never giving up. Even Olympians have to start somewhere. And in this charming illustrated...

I can be anything! : don't tell me I can't —Dillon, Diane, author, illustrator.

Zoe is sure that she can be anything she wants to be, despite a little voice of doubt that points out the problems with her ideas--but first she needs to learn how to read.

Born to sparkle : a story about achieving your dreams —Bomgaars, Megan, author.

Lions are the kings and queens of the jungle but how did they come to be as fabulous as they are? They SPARKLE! The best way to sparkle is to live your dreams and share them with the world. The inspiring message behind t...

Little farmer Joe —Whybrow, Ian.

During the first night he has ever spent away from home, Joe helps his uncle with a sheep and her new baby lamb, and finds that comforting the animals helps lessen his own fear.

Princess Mia —Cabot, Meg.

While Mia tries to get over breaking up with her boyfriend, she discovers a diary kept by a former princess of Genovia from the 1600s, the contents of which could change the fate of her country forever.

Wanda —Nontshokweni, Sihle, author.

Eight-year-old Wanda is unhappy due to the endless mocking of her hair by the boys at school, but when Makhulu (grandmother) shares her grooming secrets and stories of beautiful women with locks just like Wanda, she real...

This is it —Peoples-Riley, Daria, author, illustrator.

"A young dancer finds confidence in herself in this picture book about dance, individuality, and self expression"-- Provided by publisher.

The wind may blow —Quinton, Sasha, author.

Celebrates every parent's wish for his or her child to be able to handle the challenges that life presents, reminding young readers that they are strong and smart and can figure out a solution to every tricky situation t...

Be more chill —Vizzini, Ned, 1981-

Badly in need of self-confidence and a change of image, high school nerd Jeremy Heere swallows a pill-sized super computer that is supposed to help him get whatever he wants.

The cow who climbed a tree —Merino, Gemma, author.

Tina the cow climbs a tree and meets a dragon who teaches her to fly, but has a hard time convincing her sisters she is telling the truth.

The girl who never made mistakes —Pett, Mark, author, illustrator.

Beatrice is so well-known for never making a mistake that she is greeted each morning by fans and reporters, but a near-error on the day of the school talent show could change everything.

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