Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
The mighty trucks enjoy working all day at the construction site. When the day is done, the trucks are ready to sleep and dream.
See Me Run
A typical day at the dog park has dogs running, playing in the mud, splashing in the water, and digging for bones.
The animals on the farm cannot get to sleep because the chicks Ògot that beatÓ and soon the other animals are picking up the beat, too.
I Don't Want to Be a Pea!
Best friends Hippo and Bird have a disagreement over the perfect costume for the Hippo-Bird/Bird-Hippo Fairy Tale Dress-Up party. Will they make up before the party?
Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature
This book, with beautiful scratchboard illustrations, explores the concept of spirals that appear abundantly in nature.
Hooray for Amanda & Her Alligator
If All the Animals Came Inside
Told in a rhyming text, a boy wonders what it would be like to have animals inside his house, imagining an octopus taking a bath or bats playing cards in the house!
Three Little Dinosaurs
Three dinosaur friends, Scratch, Lofty, and Sniff, love to have fun. When they attempt to fly, an unexpected dinosaur arrives on the scene.
I Know a Wee Piggy
Told in a cumulative rhyme, a pig escapes and runs through the fairgrounds wallowing in various colors on his high-speed chase.
Zorro Gets an Outfit
Zorro and Mister Bud from ÒSay Hello to ZorroÓ are back in a new adventure. When Zorro is embarrassed by having to wear a costume, Mister Bud tries to cheer him up.
Should I Share My Ice Cream?
When Gerald gets an ice cream cone, he struggles with whether he should eat it or share it with Piggie. What is an elephant to do?
My First Day
Jenkins and Page create a cut-paper collage book exploring the Òfirst dayÓ experience of a variety of baby animals.
Frog and Fly: Six Slurpy Stories
Six humorous short tales are told in an easy comic strip format about a frog who loves to slurp down flies. Can a fly outsmart a frog?
In this whimsical, rhyming tale, the animals at the Springfield Zoo from ÒWild About BooksÓ stage a ÒZooZicalÓ to beat the midwinter
Miss Brooks Loves Books (and I Don't)
When a 1st-grader can't find books she's interested in, her overenthusiastic school librarian puts on costumes and sends her home with handfuls of books.
A Pet for Petunia
Petunia wants a pet. Not just any pet, but a skunk. After her disappointing parents say no, she decides to run away. To her surprise she runs into her dream pet in the woods, although she might wish she hadn't.
What's Your Sound Hound the Hound?
Help Cat find out what kind of sounds her friends make. Kids will love making the animal sounds along with Cat and her friends.
Caterpillar to Butterfly
Readers can journey through a butterfly's different life stages with this visual guide. Includes facts about butterflies, caterpillars, what they eat, and how they're different.
Fred and Ted's Road Trip
Fred and Ted are friends, but that doesn't mean they always act the same. In fact, they have very different ways of doing things. Follow the funny pair on their adventures.
Max Stays Overnight
Max doesn't always get to see his friend DeShawn since he lives far away with his father, but the two have a special sleepover when DeShawn visits his mother's house.
Luke on the Loose: A Toon Book
Luke is bored in the park when he sees some pigeons and decides to chase them. What follows is a wild hunt all over the city.
Mr. Putter & Tabby Clear the Decks
Mr. Putter and his cat Tabby are bored. They decide a boat ride seems like the adventure they were looking for until things go slightly awry.
A Birthday for Bear
It's Bear's birthday! The only problem? Bear does not like birthdays. But his friend Mouse is determined to celebrate and won't take no for an answer.
This is Not My Hat
In this Newbery award winner, a small minnow steals a hat from a larger fish. Certain of his get-away, the minnow brags about his crime.
There's a Fly Guy in My Soup
When Buzz and the family dine at a fancy restaurant, Fly Guy is denied entrance and his search for an alternative is sidetracked by a scrumptious soup.
Joe and Sparky Superstars
Joe the giraffe can run fast, wiggle his ears, and touch his nose with his tongue. Needs to help Sparky the turtle find his hidden talent so they can be on the show "What a Pair."
Jazz Age Josephine
The art and words in this picture book biography of Josephine Baker will make readers want to dance through repetition, rhyme and sound words.
Bink & Gollie, Two for One
Bink and Gollie visit the state fair. Bink tries to win a prize at the Whack a Duck booth and Gollie tries to win the talent competition.
Step Gently Out
With poetic language and close-up photos of everyday insects, readers explore the small creatures that surround them.
Fudge and Einstein's owner brings a visitor - a cat. The cat is smart enough to open their cage. Are they smart enough to keep the cat from eating them?
Nina in That Makes Me Mad: A Toon Book
Nina tells us all the tings that make her mad in this hilarious cartoon-styled book.
Bird Talk: What Birds are Saying and Why
Did you know that an American Robin sings hundreds of different songs? Learn how birds communicate using sounds and body language.
Lulu and the Duck in the Park
Lulu has a knack with animals, but Mrs. Holiday is not fond of them in Class Three. When Lulu wants to rescue animals what can she do about the classroom rules?
Cats vs Dogs
Some people like cats and some like dogs. This book compares the two using information and photos.
Nick and Maxine meet Mrs. Noodlekugel who lives in a little house surrounded by tall apartment buildings. She has a cat that talks and mice that are farsighted.
Black Beauty and the Thunderstorm
There is a terrible storm and young Dolly has rushed out to rescue her cat and gotten lost. Black Beauty is the only one that can save her.
Alvin Ho: Allergic to Dead Bodies, Funerals, and Other Fatal Circumstances
When Alvin agrees to go a funeral he discovers another thing to be afraid of: losing someone he loves.
Hooey Higgins and the Shark
To make a little candy money, Hooey and his friend Twig decide to catch and shark and charge people to see it.
Nancy Clancy: Super Sleuth
Nancy has everything she needs to be a super detective including a magnifying glass, pink trench coat and her best friend Bree.
The Beetle Book
Explore intriguing facts on beetle body structure, senses, and communication.
The Dunderheads Behind Bars
School is out for the summer and the Dunderheads are rid of their horrible teacher. But her brother, Police Chief Breakbone, may be just as bad!
Your backyard and park are loaded with amazing bugs. Find out how to create hangouts for spiders, rest stops for snails and other cool environments.
Sweet and Sunny
When everyone seems down in the dumps, Junior Deputy Mayor Sunny Holiday advises the mayor on ways to make their town a better place.
Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11
Floca tells the amazing journey Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took to become the first men to land on the moon.
Keen Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Up
Mean Tiffany Harris has Keena's special journal, and she WON'T give it back! Will Tiffany tell all of Keena's secrets to her classmates?
I, Too, Am America
Inspired by the words of Langston Hughes, Collier weaves a portrait of America during the 1920s through the eyes of Pullman porters.
Frankie Pickle and the Land of the Lost Recess
4th Grader Frankie, inspired by his recent visit to the Natural History Museum, decides to play archaeologist during recess.
Word After Word After Word
For friends Lucy, Henry, Evie, Russle, and May, every day at school seems the same until Ms. MIrabel comes to their class and they see the world in a new way.
Looking Like Me
This jumpy, jazzy, joyful picture book celebrates every child and everything that children can be.
EllRay Jakes Walks the Plank
When EllRay brings the class pet home, his sister accidentally kills it. His classmates are not happy and resort to bullying, but EllRay tries to protect his sister.
The Buddy Files: The Case of the Library Monster
Buddy is working as a therapy dog in the school library when he hears strange noises. What could it be?
Earwig and the Witch
Earwig likes the orphanage and is unhappy when a strange couple adopts her. A battle of wills follows between the witch Bella Yaga and Earwig.
Kakapo Rescue: Saving the World's Strangest Parrot
Kakapo parrots live on a remove island off the coast of New Zealand. Only 91 of these large flightless birds remain of the millions that once lived there.
Dragonbreath: Revenge of the Horned Bunnies
Danny is off to summer camp with his best friend and his annoying cousin Spencer. When Spencer discovers a jackalope, Danny must save the day.
Every Thing On It: Poems and Drawings
This original collection includes more than 130 new poems and drawings that are silly and fun.
Moxy Maxwell Does Not Love Practicing the Piano
Moxy prepares for her piano recital...by working on her costume, make-up and voice exercises.
The Mighty Mars Rovers:
Rusch explores the role of the Mars Rovers and the fascinating information that was gathered using these crafts.
Little Dog Lost
A young boy desperately wants a dog. An old man is desperately lonely. A young dog is lost. Will each find happiness?
Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride
At a dinner party, Amelia Earhart and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt decided to take a flight over Washington D.C. to see it lit up at night
Illusionology: The Secret Science of Magic
This is the history and science of magic as written by magician Albert Schafer who supposedly vanished in 1915.
Bad Kitty School Daze
Kitty's bad behavior finally tops the patience of her owners. Off Bad Kitty goes to obedience school. Will Bad Kitty finally be good?
Penelope Crumb Never Forgets
Independent and spirited fourth grader Penelope Crumb has big dreams (and a big nose). Both become a catalyst for trying to reconnect with her estranged grandfather.
The One and Only Ivan
Ivan, a silverback gorilla, poignantly narrates life at the Big Top Mall and Video Arcade.
The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppett
FunTimes Educational Program devised to boost test scores has descended upon McQuarrie Middle School. Can Star Wars origami save the day?
One Crazy Summer
Delphine, Vonetta and Fern are sent to California to spend the summer of 1968 with their estranged mother.
This fantastically creepy book is filled with short, bone-chilling stories by well-known authors including Neil Gaiman and Jack Santos
Find out all about fungus, worms, and other living things that take over a variety of animals, creating real versions of zombies!
Flora & Ulysses
When Flora, a comic-loving girl, rescued the squirrel, Ulysses, she never imagined what would come next in this unexpected tale of friendship and superheroes.
In the fifth Swindle book, the heartless Swindle shows up to take back his dog, Luthor.
Auggie was born with a rare genetic disorder that caused facial deformity. Will he find acceptance in life as a 5th grader?
House of Secrets
The three Walker children are sent to a forest teeming with warriors, pirates and tyrannical rulers.
In this comically adventurous mystery, twins Bickford and Rebecca set out to rescue their missing parents who are famous treasure hunters.
Wings of Fire
Stolen from their nests before hatching, five dragons from different tribes are tied to a prophecy foretelling a peace between warring clans.
The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict
Discover the story of Nicholas Benedict, the man responsible for the plucky children who became "The Mysterious Benedict Society."
The Lost Hero
A trio of Greek and Roman demigods must rely on their unique strengths as they make their way through their quest.
When a TV show personality hires his zookeeper father, Wahoo Cray's Florida summer is filled with adventure, mystery, intrigue, and a swamp full of laughs.
The Mighty Miss Malone
Deza Malone, a gifted student, has a strong sense of self despite hard times living in poverty and facing racial segregation during the Great Depression.
The race to build - and steal - the world's most dangerous weapon is revealed in this dramatic account of the creation of the atomic bomb.
Titanic: Voices from the Disaster
Passengers from all three classes and crew members tell what they remember of the fateful night the Titanic sank.
The Royal Ranger
A grown Will Treaty has taken on an apprentice. Can she help him recover from his loss?
Dead End in Norvelt
In 1962, 12-year-old Jack is sentenced to the service of his elderly neighbor resulting in morbid jobs and unusual antics.
Planet Middle School
Through the use of free verse, readers follow 12-year-old Joy as she attempts to navigate the complicated terrain of middle school.
This collection of 10 frightful tales is for those who prefer terror over a happy ending!
The twins of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series have been split up, Flamel's powers and youth are failing, and the fate of the human race teeters on disaster.
15-year-old Drew "True" Robinson may not be a legend yet, but his skills are garnering national attention - and other people begin to choose the path he should follow.
Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!
Rafe is back in this 7th Grade sequel after being accepted to an amazing art school.
The Center for Cartoon Studies Presents Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller
This graphic novel explores the remarkable partnership between Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan. Ages 10-14.
Betty Before X
Raised by her aunt until she’s six, Betty, who will later marry Malcolm X, joins her mother and stepfamily in 1940s Detroit, where she learns about the civil rights movement. Ages 10-14
Maya Lin: Artist-Architect of Light and Lines: Designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
This tells the bold story of Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam War Memorial. Ages 4-8.
Who is Sonia Sotomayor?
This illustrated chapter book describes the remarkable life and accomplishments of the first Latina US Supreme Court justice. Ages 7-10.
Rising Above: Inspiring Women in Sports
Discover the inspirational real-life stories of female superstar athletes and role models. Ages 9-14.
Madam C.J. Walker: Inventor and Businesswoman
Readers will find Walker’s life fascinating. She was an inventor, an activist who fought for civil rights, and one of the most successful African-American business owners ever. Ages 5-9.
Sacajawea, part of the Lewis and Clark expedition, made one of history’s most daunting journeys, traveling over 4000 miles by foot, canoe, and horse—all while carrying a baby on her back! Ages 9-12.
Nina: Jazz Legend and Civil-Rights Activist Nina Simone
Readers are introduced to Nina Simone, jazz-music legend and civil-rights activist. Ages 5-9.
Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code
This brightly illustrated picture book biography highlights the curiosity and tenacity of Grace Hopper, a computer-coding pioneer. Ages 7-12.
Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World
This introduces fourteen revolutionary young women-each paired with a female artist-to the next generation of activists, trail-blazers, and rabble-rousers. Ages 5-9.
She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World
Readers get a brief vignette into the lives of thirteen diverse women throughout American history who persisted and achieved remarkable accomplishments. Ages 4-9.
This substantial beginning reader highlights women in science, politics, art, business and sports. Readers can expand their vocabulary with glossary words or take the Amazing Women Quiz. Ages 6-9.
100 Women Who Made History: Remarkable Women Who Shaped Our World
From queens to mountain climbers, this thoroughly engaging book is complete with photos and colorful caricatures. Each remarkable woman is depicted in historical context to help understand the significance of her contribution. Ages 8-12.
Women Who Dared: 52 Stories of Fearless Daredevils, Adventurers, & Rebels
Ranging from stuntwomen to scientists, this collection of short biographies highlights the daring and incredible achievements of fifty-two unique women. Ages 10-14.
I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark
"I Dissent" traces the achievements of the celebrated Supreme Court justice through the lens of her many famous acts of civil disagreement against inequality, unfair treatment, and human rights injustice. Ages 7-10.
Malala: Activist for Girls' Education
Describes how a young Pakistani activist was violently targeted by the Taliban for her efforts to secure educational rights for girls. Ages 6-10.
Dolores Huerta: Advocate for Women and Workers
This book examines the life and career of the labor leader and union advocate, from her youth in the Great Depression to her being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Ages 9-12.
Women Who Launched the Computer Age
Six women programmed the ENIAC computer, a secret WWII mission, learning to program the computer without any software, instructions or tools as none existed. Ages 6-9.
This Is It
A young dancer finds confidence in herself in this picture book about dance, individuality, and self expression. Ages 4-8
Flora and the Flamingo
In this wordless book with interactive flaps, a friendship develops between a girl named Flora and a graceful flamingo, as they learn to dance together. Ages 3-7
Beauty & the Beast
In a glorious castle set deep in a mysterious forest, the tale of a father's fate-filled promise and a daughter's courage unfolds. Ages 6-10
Lost in a Book
Smart, bookish Belle, a captive in the Beast's castle, comes upon Nevermore, an enchanted book that pulls her into its pages and transports her to a world of glamour and intrigue. Ages 10-14
Beauty and the Beast
Through her great capacity to love, a kind and beautiful maid releases a handsome prince from the spell which has made him an ugly beast. Ages 8-11
Beauty and the Beast: A Retelling
In this remarkable retelling of Beauty and the Beast, Lee & Cummings create an enchanted fairy-tale world flavored by the art, architecture, and culture of West Africa. Ages 6-12.
Beauty and the Beast
This elegant, lighthearted retelling of the classic fairy tale depicts an enchanted world of magic and excitement that is complemented by lavish illustrations. Ages 7-11
My First Ballet Class
Photographs of young ballet dancers demonstrate warm-up exercises, the first two positions and other simple steps, and working at the barre. Ages 5-8
Lola Levine and the Ballet Scheme
Second-grader Lola clashes with Bella, a ballet-loving, pink-clad newcomer, before learning that ballet is every bit as challenging as soccer. Ages 7-10.
This introduction includes the history and basic concepts of ballet with text, vibrant photos, and dance tips will make readers want to get up and dance. Ages 8-10.
Danza!: Amalia Hernández and el Ballet Folklórico de México
This celebrates the life of the dancer and founder of El Ballet Folklâorico de Mâexico as well as the cultural history of dance in Mexico. Ages 6 & up
Explore Misty Copeland's family, childhood, and early dancing years before she became a world famous ballerina. Ages 5-9
Mommy, Mama, and Me
A baby enjoys a number of fun activities with her two mothers. Ages 0-3.
One True Way
When Allison Drake met Samantha, she felt she’d found a friend. As their friendship grows it begins to evolve into a deeper emotion, and in North Carolina in 1977, it is not easy to discover that you might be gay. Ages 10-14.
Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World
Twelve-year-old Ivy Aberdeen's house is destroyed in a tornado, and in the aftermath of the storm, she begins to develop feelings for another girl at school. Ages 10-14.
Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag
This traces the life of the Gay Pride Flag, from its beginnings in 1978 with Harvey Milk and Gilbert Baker to its spanning of the globe and its role in today's world. Ages 6-10.
I am Jazz
Presents the story of Jazz, a transgender child, who traces her early awareness, the acceptance she finds, and an understanding of her natural transgender status. Ages 5-10.
This Day in June
This picture book illustrates a Pride parade. The endmatter serves as a primer on LGBT history and culture and explains the references made in the story. Ages 4-8.
A vibrant celebration of diversity combines evocative imagery with simple, one-word descriptions that explain how big or small, curly or straight, quiet or loud or any other contrasting differences are all equally wonderful. Ages 3-7.
Families, Families, Families!
A story presented as a series of framed portraits features whimsical animals in dozens of combinations that represent and celebrate all kinds of non-traditional families. Ages 3-7.
Worm loves Worm
Two worms in love decide to get married, and with help from Cricket, Beetle, Spider, and the Bees they have everything they need and more, but which one will be the bride and which the groom? Ages 3-8.
Red : A Crayon's Story
Red's factory-applied label clearly states he is red, but despite the best efforts of others, he cannot seem to do anything right until a new friend offers a fresh perspective. Ages 4-8.
Knowing herself to be a girl despite her outwardly male appearance, George is denied a female role in the class play before teaming up with a friend to reveal her true self. Ages 10-14.
Lily and Dunkin
In a poignant tale, a transgender girl and a boy struggling with bipolar disorder forge a friendship based on their respective experiences as outsiders trying to fit in. Ages 10-14.
The Other Boy
Shane hides his transgender identity, but when a classmate threatens to expose him, he starts a journey toward acceptance. Ages 10-14.
Who Are You?: The Kid's Guide to Gender Identity
This book introduces children to gender as a spectrum and shows how people can bend and break the gender binary and stereotypes. Ages 4-8.
Julián is a Mermaid
Julián notices three women spectacularly dressed so all Julián can think about is dressing up just like the ladies in a fabulous mermaid costume. Will Abuela be upset about the mess he makes? What will she think about how Julián sees himself? Ages 3-8.
Introducing Teddy: A Gentle Story about Gender and Friendship
Thomas wishes he were a girl teddy. He and his friend Errol realize that what matters most is their friendship. Ages 3-6.
Born on Water Island in the Virgin Islands during a hurricane, which is considered bad luck, twelve-year-old Caroline falls in love with another girl--and together they set out in a hurricane to find Caroline's missing mother. Ages 9-12.
Daddy, Papa, and Me
A baby makes paper airplanes, bakes a pie, and has a tea party with his two loving fathers. Ages 0-3.
Turning Pages: My Life Story
An autobiographical picture book of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Ages 8-12
Stella Diaz Has Something to Say
Stella Diaz faces challenges of building new friendships, while also navigating life as a dual language speaker. Ages 7-10
In this illustrated picture book autobiography, Yuyi Morales tells her own immigration story. Ages 4-8
Bravo!: Poems About Amazing Hispanics
Bold portraits & beautiful poems present famous & lesser-known Latinos. Ages 8-13
The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora
This is the vibrant story of a family, a striking portrait of a town, and one boy's quest to save both. Ages 10-14
Lucky Broken Girl
In 1960s New York, fifth-grader Ruthie, a Cuban-Jewish immigrant, must rely on books, art, her family, and friends after an accident. Ages 10-14
Juana & Lucas
A spunky girl from Colombia loves playing with her dog and resists “boring” school activities, especially learning English, until she learns a special trip is planned. Ages 7-10
Danza!: Amalia Hernández and el Ballet Folklórico de México
Tonatiuh tells the story of Amalia Hernandez, dancer and founder of El Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. Ages 7 & up
Echo: A Novel
Timelines, history, and children’s lives become entwined in a prophecy, a promise, and a harmonica. Ages 10-14
Portraits of Hispanic American Heroes
This is an inspiring tribute to Hispanic Americans who have made a positive impact on the world. Ages 8-14
I Got This: To Gold and Beyond
Gold medal-winning Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez shares her story in her own words in this debut book. Ages 10 & up
Separate is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez & Her Family's Fight for Desegregation
An eight-year-old girl of Mexican & Puerto Rican heritage was instrumental in a landmark desegregation case of 1946 in California. Ages 7-10
Bilingual text, accompanied by colorful photographs, explores the famous artist's life. Ages 5 & up
How Do You Say? = ¿Como se dice?
Two giraffes, one English-speaking and one Spanish-speaking, overcome a language barrier to forge a friendship. Ages 2-5
Cesar Chavez: Fighting for Farmworkers
This graphic biography chronicles Chavez's work organizing the National Farm Workers Association & advocating for all Mexican Americans. Ages 8-10
Esquivel!: Space-Age Sound Artist
This book explores the life of Juan Garcia Esquivel and the unconventional space-age music he created. Ages 7-10
Farmer Hector and his daughter Carla seek help from the monstrous chupacabra when their goats become giants and threaten the town. Ages 5-9
Dolores Huerta: Advocate for Women and Workers
Championing equal rights for all people regardless of gender, race, & economic class, Dolores Huerta is a globally recognized icon in the fight for social justice. Ages 9-14
Twinkle, Twinkle, Dinosaur
This tyrannosaurus twist on the beloved lullaby is full of roars, stomps, and other fun noises and actions for little ones. Ages 2-4.
Babies and their grownups build with blocks, pop bubbles, and say peekaboo in this celebration of play. Ages 0-2.
Excavator and Dump Truck have lots of work to do. Count along with them as they dig, dump, and haul at the construction site. Ages 1-4.
Stellar photos and bold vocabulary invite the littlest stargazers and future astronauts to explore the solar system. Ages 2-5.
Will Giraffe Laugh?
Follow a grumpy giraffe as his friends try to cheer him up. Can they make him laugh? Ages 1-4.
Can You Say It, Too? Tweet! Tweet!
Discover feathered friends hiding under brightly colored flaps in this interactive board book. Ages 1-3
The King of Kindergarten
The King of Kindergarten is ready to conquer his school day with bravery and kindness. Ages 3-6.
Annie zooms through this book in her race car. Her travels take her far and wide until she parks her car back at home, just in time for bed. Ages 3-6.
Rocket Says Look Up!
Rocket is a space enthusiast. Her mission: to make sure no one misses the spectacular Phoenix Meteor Shower in the night sky. Ages 3-8.
The Very Impatient Caterpillar
In this hilarious and informative picture book, a caterpillar learns metamorphosis is no easy task and that good things take time. Ages 4-7.
Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug
Hugging can be hard with little arms, but Tiny soon discovers his heartfelt hugs are special indeed. Ages 3-7.
High-fiving skills getting rusty? This hilarious picture book will help with challenges meant to work those hand-slapping muscles. Ages 3-8.
Bear Came Along
Bear finds a river that leads him to an unexpected adventure! Friends join in as the river twists and turns along the way. Ages 2-5.
Bilal Cooks Daal
When Bilal decides to cook his favorite dish for his friends, he learns that the best—and most delicious—things in life require patience. Ages 4-8.
¡Vamos! Let’s Go to the Market
It’s market day in this exciting bilingual picture book. As Lobo makes deliveries, he discovers a world of treasures, including churros, sugar skulls, and piñatas. Ages 4-7.
My Teacher Is a Robot
Bored in class, Freddy imagines a world of super heroes, dinosaurs, and giant spiders. But a robot teacher might be his most exciting invention. Ages 5-9.
My Papi Has a Motorcycle
Daisy and her dad zoom through the neighborhood, enjoying unique sights of home, including citrus groves and buildings with vibrant murals. Ages 4-8.
Harold & Hog Pretend for Real!
Adventurous Harold and timid Hog play against type when they pretend to be their favorite book characters: Gerald and Piggie. Ages 5-8.
Fly Guy Presents: Garbage & Recycling
Fly Guy loves garbage! Buzz takes him to the landfill to learn about garbage, recycling, and composting. Buzz reminds Fly Guy to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Ages 6-8.
Sparkly New Friends
Unicorn and Yeti both spot something shiny. With their love of sparkles and snowballs, plus a twist of magic, they are bound to be great friends! Ages 4-7.
Jack is a snack-loving rabbit who can’t stay out of trouble. Join Jack as he makes new friends—and a few messes too. Ages 4-8.
A Skunk in My Bunk!
What can a goat in a coat do on a boat? What dish does Trish think is the most delish? Find out in this silly beginning reader. Ages 5-8.
Do You Like My Bike?
Hedgehog is proud of his new bike. With helmets in hand, Hedgehog and Harry share a wonderful day of biking and snacks. Ages 5-8.
I Think I Can
An aardvark and a mouse share a lively conversation that will get new readers excited to read with a partner. Ages 4-7.
Mighty Meg and the Accidental Nemesis
With her newfound superpowers, Meg is ready to take on the school bully. Will she find out he is just a regular kid or her superhero nemesis? Ages 6-9.
Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Go on a Class Trip
Dogs at the museum—what could possibly go wrong?! Find out as the sneaky pups discover displays full of dino bones and stuffed squirrels. Ages 7-12.
The Plant Planet
In this colorfully illustrated adventure story, space exploration gets goofy as four mutant friends look for a new planet to call home. Ages 7-10.
Sam Wu Is Not Afraid of the Dark
Grizzly bears, bats, and ghosts! Oh, my! Sam is back, and this time he’s tackling his fear of things that go bump in the night. Ages 7-10.
Ada Twist and the Perilous Pants
A fellow Questioneer’s uncle is floating away in helium-filled pants, and Ada must put her research skills to work in order to engineer a safe touchdown. Ages 6-9.
Neil Armstrong and Nat Love, Space Cowboys
What would’ve happened if Neil Armstrong had landed in 1869 Texas instead of on the moon? Find out in this historical romp. Ages 7-10.
Max & the Midknights
When his uncle is kidnapped by the dastardly King Gastley, Max gets his chance at knighthood, setting off on a rescue mission with brave friends. Ages 7-12.
The Last Last-Day-of-Summer
When cousins Otto and Sheed attempt to prolong summer vacation, they accidentally freeze time and summon an invasion of otherworldly monsters. Ages 7-10.
A Good Kind of Trouble
When Shayla, a quiet “good girl,” attends a Black Lives Matter rally, she starts to recognize injustice in the world and realizes some things are worth making noise over. Ages 8-12.
Sal & Gabi Break the Universe
Sal is a budding magician with a real superpower: conjuring objects. Gabi is onto his secret, and he might need her help when his powers go topsy-turvy. Ages 8-12.
Best Babysitters Ever
Inspired by the beloved Baby-Sitters Club books, three friends decide to start a business. There’s just one problem: none of them have babysitting experience. Ages 10-13.
Pie in the Sky
Jingwen, a new immigrant dealing with his father’s death, uses baking as an escape. When his mother forbids the use of the oven while she is at work, what will Jingwen do? Ages 8-12.
The Dog Who Lost His Bark
In this illustrated chapter book, a boy and a dog are both lonely for a friend. If they are able to fi nd one another, maybe their wishes will come true. Ages 7-10.
Other Words for Home
This novel in verse explores the meaning of home as Jude struggles to adjust to a new life without her father and brother after fleeing Syria for safety. Ages 8-12.
Just Right: Searching for the Goldilocks Planet
Are we alone in the universe? The search for exoplanets comes to life with bold illustrations and fascinating facts. Ages 5-10.
The Roots of Rap: 16 Bars on the 4 Pillars of Hip-Hop
Energetic text and colorful portraits bring music to life in this picture book history of hip hop culture. Ages 5 and up.
We Are the Change: Words of Inspiration from Civil Rights Leaders
Beautiful illustrations punctuate encouraging words from an impressive array of Civil Rights leaders in this book for aspiring young activists. Ages 7-12.
Earth: By the Numbers
This infographic approach to earth science explores topics like extreme weather and climate change using a variety of easy-to-understand charts, graphs, cross-sections, and timelines. Ages 6-10.
Comics Easy As ABC!: The Essential Guide to Comics for Kids
Create cool characters, better your lettering, and perfect your panels with guidance and inspiration from a variety of professional comic artists. Ages 6-11.
Titanosaur: Discovering the World’s Largest Dinosaur
Join paleontologists as they make a big discovery: bones of a 100-million-year old giant sauropod! Ages 6-9.
Narwhal’s Otter Friend
Undersea silliness arises when a nervous Jelly hopes new friend Otter doesn’t take his place as Narwhal’s bestie. Ages 6-9.
Rocket to the Moon!
This graphic history of the 1969 moon landing tells the story of how a small step became a giant leap that changed the world forever. Ages 8-12.
The New Kid
As a new student at a prestigious private school, Jordan struggles with being one of the only black kids in his class and wishes he could go to art school instead. Ages 8-12.
A surfer named Trot, along with her one-eyed feline companion, fi nds adventure—and danger—in a watery world full of warring mermaids and serpents. Ages 8-12.
In this sequel to Real Friends, Shannon, now in sixth grade, struggles with issues like growing apart from old friends and learning to cope with her anxiety. Ages 8-12.