KitKat2014

Member since 2014

Books by KitKat2014

Books I Like

  • This is a modern re-write of the classic tale "The Frog Prince".
    by AL81
    6803
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  • For all the people who were ever victims of discrimination, racism, and slavery.
    8487
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  • I hope you like my book. Let's accept others even if we are different colors.
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  • A retelling of "Snow White".
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  • its about being honest and realizing our mistakes.
    by Sha-Na
    3
  • A retelling of the classic tale of Jack and the Bean-Stalk with a kind young heroine named Jacqueline. After Jacqueline's mother becomes ill, a chance encounter with a beggar leads her on a journey up the bean-stalk.
    7506
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  • Follow Logan and Lucy in this fun, easy-to-read picture book on kindness. It was viewed by the 2nd graders at CCDS, and enjoyed for it's simplicity, while allowing children to relate to several aspects of the story.

    Recommended age group: 5-8 years

    Ask the reader if they have done something kind for someone today, and if so, what? Also encourage them to read the story to you and point out the hidden ladybug.

    This is my first book, and I basically just experimented with the features StoryJumper has to offer. I decided to keep it short, but better stories are yet to come! Constructive criticism welcome :)

    by anikak
    4737
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  • A girl named Sammie who goes through challenges to accomplish her dreams.
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  • How a sad ghost got his mustache.
    by dbeam97
    41
  • When Mayor Cherry is in need of a birthday cake, two bakers have to battle it out for the title of Best Baker in Fruity Ville and the honor of baking the mayor's birthday treat.
    10589
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  • Learning to accept oneself and dealing with peer pressure.
    8535
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  • big and little mustaches
    by nycgrrl
    11
  • This book is about two different species of birds, finding a companion in each other. It's a touching story of love and determination.
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  • A young boy with down syndrome teaches other kids that no matter how different someone seems, there will always be things that make you alike.
    6355
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