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Eyes that kiss in the corners —Ho, Joanna, author.
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This lyrical and stunning picture book tells a story about learning to love and celebrate your Asian-shaped eyes, in the of spirit of 'Hair Love' by Matthew A. Cherry. A young Asian girl notices that her eyes look differ...

Amelia Bedelia chalks one up —Parish, Herman, author.
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Amelia Bedelia suggests that her Mom, who is feeling blue, go on a play date while Amelia Bedelia is doing the same, and then enlists her friends to help make chalk drawings on the house, sidewalk, and more to brighten M...

Where three oceans meet —LaRocca, Rajani, author.

""I want to see what's at the end of the earth!" Sejal, Mommy, and Pati travel together to the southern tip of India. Along the way, they share meals, visit markets, and catch up with old friends. For Pati, the trip retr...

Tomatoes for Neela —Lakshmi, Padma, author.

"Neela loves cooking with her amma and writing down the recipes in her notebook. It makes her feel closer to her paati who lives far away in India. On Saturdays, Neela and Amma go to the green market and today they are b...

Saturday —Mora, Oge, author, illustrator.
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When all of their special Saturday plans go awry, Ava and her mother still find a way to appreciate one another and their time together.

Tough like mum —Button, Lana, 1968- author.

"In this tender exploration of a mother-daughter relationship, Kim and her mother learn that in order to support and truly take care of each other, they need to be tough -- and that sometimes being tough means showing vu...

Chaiwala! —Maheshwari, Priti Birla, author.

"When their train makes a ten-minute stop at the station in Jaipur, a young girl and her mother hurry to get in line for a cup of chai. The girl orders two cups, and then delights in watching the chaiwala at work-grindin...

One true way —Hitchcock, Shannon, author.

From the moment she met Samantha, star of the school basketball team, on her first day at Daniel Boone Middle School, Allison Drake felt she had found a friend, something she needs badly since her brother died and her fa...

Lila Lou's little library : a gift from the heart —Bergstresser, Nikki, author.

"What is a girl to do when her house is filled to the brim with books? Build a library from a large tree stump in her front yard, of course. But when nobody notices, Lila Lou has a plan to get her neighbourhood borrowing...

The Parker inheritance —Johnson, Varian, author.

Twelve-year-old Candice Miller is spending the summer in Lambert, South Carolina, in the old house that belonged to her grandmother, who died after being dismissed as city manager for having the city tennis courts dug up...

My secret guide to Paris —Schroeder, Lisa, author.

Twelve-year-old Nora has always dreamed of going to Paris with her grandmother, but when her grandmother dies it seems like Paris is gone with her--until Nora finds three airline tickets in a trunk, and sets out to persu...

Even the smallest will grow —Judge, Lita, author, illustrator.

At bedtime, a mother uses images from nature to tell her daughter that she will grow to become anything she wants to be, although it will take time.

Paris by phone —Druckerman, Pamela, author.

"When Josephine Harris follows her heart to Paris, she realizes that the city of lights is still missing one thing-her mom"-- Provided by publisher.

Is that you, Eleanor Sue? —Tusa, Tricia, author.

Eleanor Sue plays dress up with her mother and grandmother.

The dinky donkey —Smith, Craig, 1972- author, composer.

Originally written as a children's song, Wonky Donkey has a daughter, cute and small, and prone to mischief.

Love, Santa —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

When she was five-years old Lucy wrote her first letter to Santa and either mailed them or left them by the plate of cookies; when she was eight she wrote her last Santa letter -- and left it on her mother's pillow.

My mom and me —Hargreaves, Roger, 1935-1988, author, illustrator.

From making you smile -- even when things are going wrong -- to knowing just when hugs are needed, moms are Splendid, Fun, Magic, and Sunshine: lots of the Little Misses rolled into one! This book featuring the Little Mi...

The quilt story —Johnston, Tony.

A pioneer mother lovingly stitches a beautiful quilt which warms and conforts her daughter Abigail; many years later another mother mends and patches it for her little girl.

Mila has two beds —Koppens, Judith, 1969- author.

Mila has two homes: some days she lives with Mommy and some days she lives with Daddy. Today she is going to her mommy's house. Everything is a little different at Mommy's than at Daddy's. But Mommy and Daddy both think ...

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