Arellana Concepcion

Member since 2018

Books by Arellana Concepcion

Books I Like

  • A short fish tale on helping others and protecting the environment featuring Iridis, the Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias ventralis ventralis).

    The Longfin Anthias is also known as Ventralis Anthias, Rainbow Fairy Basslet, and the Rainbow Fairy Anthias. It is a bony tropical reef fish that lives in the South Pacific from the Great Barrier Reef to Hawaii.
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  • How to care for a dog
    by TVance
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  • This book is for children who may suffer from low self-esteem, behavior issues, and those who always feel discouraged. Sometimes all people need is ENCOURAGEMENT! Parents/teachers, be sure to always encourage your children/students, and tell them that if they work hard and have faith in themselves, they can accomplish great things in life. Take the time to ENCOURAGE someone today!
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  • This book is for children dealing with fear. Do not allow fear to stop you from doing great things in life and making right decisions. We must teach children to be bold and to have courage when dealing with fear.
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  • A Christmas parable that reminds us that although we may be different from others, we each have been given special gifts that will bring joy to us and others as we share them.
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  • Learn about me and my kind of minecraft.
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  • The story of a nail that refuses to be hammered down. A tale of determination and perseverance against incredible odds.
    by denali
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  • A re-telling of Aesop's Fable "The Ant and the Grasshopper" -- with a modern twist. Hank the grasshopper plays all day, while his friend Harold toils to save for the future. But what happens when winter comes?
    by denali
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  • A dog writes in his diary about a new addition to the household....a cat.
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  • Sharing can help you make more friends.
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  • This book is for ENG101 at Illinois State University, breaking the genre of children's books.
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