A father rabbit offers messages of nuturing protection and comfort to his baby.
A young girl lifts her hands up in a series of everyday moments before finally raising her hands in resistance at a protest march--
Georgie is afraid of the dark, but after an adventure with a dragon that is afraid of the knight in the book where he normally dwells, both are ready to sleep.
A polar bear waits patiently for spring when the ice breaks up, but after months of hunting, paddling, and resting on ice floes, summer ends and the bear must swim very far to find land. Includes facts about polar bears and the effect of climate change on their environment.
A little girl and her cat make an escalating mess while respectively trying to follow and resist the cat-bathing instructions of a bossy narrator.
Told in rhyme, Chick hatched from her egg wanting to cheer, and lead a barnyard cheering team, but Pig, Cow, and the other animals are not interested--so unless she can find some other cheerers Chick will just have to cheer alone.
Illustrations and simple text reveal many things that cars and trucks like to do, from just being on the road to helping keep the planet clean. Includes safety tips.
When one of Chilly da Vinci's inventions separates a chunk of ice from his home iceberg, he must invent something quickly to get himself and the other penguins back home. --
The true story of Mary Fields, aka Stagecoach Mary, a trailblazing African American woman who helped settle the American West.--Provided by the Publisher.
Presents the story of a remarkable pioneer, who was the first African American prima ballerina in the Metropolitan Opera, in a time when racial segregation was widespread in the United States.
Everyone loves Unicorn, but next to him, Horse feels plain, grumpy, and unloved ... until Unicorn is kidnapped, and only Horse can save him.
An illustrated presentation of the 1986 song in which a child who is lonely and discouraged discovers the love that surrounds and shines through us all.
A little porcupine just wants a hug, but all the other animals shy away from his prickly spikes--except for a snake.
Super Satya is ready to have a super day, including finally conquering the tallest slide in Hoboken. But her day takes a not-so-super turn when she realizes her superhero cape is stuck at the dry cleaner. Will she be able to face her fears, help her friends and be the true hero everyone knows she is? Super Satya Saves The Day introduces Satya, a precocious Indian-American superhero.--
While the Snow Queen runs an errand, Princess Ellie is left in charge of the snowflake machine and when the machine breaks down, she must find a new way to make snowflakes.
As a boy and his mother participate in the annual bird count, he misses his grandfather, who went south for the winter, and watches especially for Gramps' favorite bird. Includes facts about the history and purpose of the Christmas Bird Count, how to participate, and a bird checklist.
Excited to give his report on explorer Ernest Shackleton in school, and frustrated by a monstrous snowstorm that has left his family and city snowbound, a boy imagines himself on a voyage where he and his crew (his family) are trapped by the ice, just like his favorite explorer and the ship Endurance. --
Badger has lost his favorite teddy and his best friend Bear wants to be a big help in finding it.
Escaping flames and barbed wire, a mother, a baby, a boy, and a dog flee into a sailboat and set off to sea.
A collection of poems profiles the Chicago author who gave voice to the urban African American experience in the twentieth century.
In wild times and in wartime, in times of fear and illness, I goto Tintinnabula, where soft rains fall. Tintinnabula is a story about moving from discomfort to peace, from violence and uncertainty to a still, sure place. It reminds us that our best friend in hard times can often be ourselves.
As she climbs the seven stories to her own apartment, a little girl imagines what happens behind every door she passes.
Paddington Bear's adventures never go quite as planned. But that doesn't mean they aren't filled with fun and laughter! When Mr. Gruber takes Paddington on a special outing to St. Paul's Cathedral, there is one surprise after another. And the biggest surprise of all comes when Paddington is mistaken for a choir bear and suddenly finds himself taking part in a most unusual rehearsal.
Romeosaurus, who comes from a family of herbivores, befriends Juliet Rex, who comes from a family of carnivores, and they must find a way to be together despite their warring families.
For all the littlest progressives, waking up to seize a new day of justice and activism. Woke babies are up early. Woke babies raise their fists in the air. Woke babies cry out for justice. Woke babies grow up to change the world. This lyrical and empowering book is both a celebration of what it means to be a baby and what it means to be woke. With bright playful art, Woke Baby is an anthem of hope in a world where the only limit to a skyscrapper is more blue.--Publisher's description.
When Dede sees a notice offering land for black people in Kansas, her family decides to quit sharecropping and become homesteading pioneers.
Miss Pinkeltink carries everything she owns in her purse, but she happily gives things away to people who need them; when Zoey realizes Miss Pinkeltink sleeps in the park she decides to change that.
From Newbery Medalist MacLachlan and New York Times-bestselling illustrator Krosoczka comes a cheeky and heartwarming picture book about chickens who scratch messages around the farm for their humans to find--resulting in surprise, chaos, and plenty of fun.--Publisher's description.
When a small rabbit becomes impatient wishing for the winter season and some snow, he gets much more than expected.
At the same time seven-year-old Alma, lonely and desperately missing her mother, decides to rescue a dog as a surprise for Mami's return, a scared pup named Lulu is rescued by volunteers from the side of the highway, and is eagerly awaiting a place to call home.
Little Penguin wants to fly like the other birds but cannot, no matter how hard he tries, until his father helps him see what makes penguins special.
Parents tell their child that, although they once thought they knew about love, their child's presence in their lives has taught them what true love is.
It's Twinkle's first day at The Fairy School of Magic and Music, and she can't wait to make spells like all the other fairies. But Twinkle keeps forgetting the magic words, and her spells go from bad to worse!--Publisher description.
Hands wave hello, hands hold, hands heal. Hands say, I am here for you always. In simple, stirring rhymes, author Tony Johnston pens a timeless ode to parenthood. The small moments and quiet scenes that make up childhood--learning to clap, planting a garden, waving good-bye on the first day of school--fill the pages of this gentle tale, capturing the reassurance and love that parents hand their children every day. Warm illustrations by Amy June Bates show a young boy reaching for his mother's hand as he grows older and more independent . . . until, perhaps, he can be the one to offer love and support with hands that say, I am here for you always. An eloquent look at the passage of time and the power of connection and care, this book is a heartfelt gift for loved ones at any and all milestones in life--Provided by publisher.
Amy Newbold writes on nineteen artists' styles while Greg Newbold illustrates the different artists such as Edgar Degas' dinosaur ballerinas, Cassius Coolidge's dinosaurs playing Go Fish, and Hokusai's dinosaurs surfing a giant wave.
All Water Buffalo and Crane can think about is how hot it is, day after day, until Goat arrives, dancing and leading them on an adventure.
Some days are harder to get through than others, but when you're sad, or lonely, or angry, it helps to remember these words: the Isle of You. Take a moment to shake off your worries, then set sail to a land where your dreams can come true. Soar on the back of an eagle, hunt for treasure, watch dancing polar bears on roller skates -- anything you can imagine is yours. Hopeful and dreamlike, Jaime Kim's paintings illuminate a way for young readers to visualize a brighter, happier mood in this compassionate story by David LaRochelle.--Provided by publisher.
Supposedly, a giant lives in secret in Billy's town, but he thinks it is a tall tale his Grandad likes to tell, until the day he finds himself face-to-face with the giant and Billy must decide if he'll let fear stop him from making a new friend.
Iris's kitchen is transformed into a busy bread lab one Saturday thanks to her favorite aunt, a plant scientist who helps farmers grow grain. Together they make whole wheat sourdough bread with just four ingredients, beginning with a mysterious goo called a starter that's teeming with invisible microbes. To Iris, bread making seems like magic, but it's really science!--
Family members try to answer Little Brother's many questions after their beloved dog, Scout, dies, which brings them all some peace.
An extraordinary pop-up book that reveals the secrets of the most famous fairy-tale villains--the giant, the wolf and the witch--with interactive flaps, a twist on well-known tales, and personality cards for each villain. Lift the flaps to see the diabolical thoughts inside the villains' heads, what hides beneath their disguises, or the victims of their last meals (now comfortably settled inside their stomachs!). Read all about each villain on their personality card, which shows strengths and weaknesses, pastimes, physical characteristics, their best meal and--of course--their favorite books. And if the wolf bites your fingers while you're reading, you can always pull his tail ...
A unique exploration of different animals' favorite foods and what color those foods are.--
Guy the beagle, adopted from a shelter, must find a place for himself in an English palace when his mother marries Prince Harry, whose grandmother is very fond of dogs.
From the author of MONSTER TRUCK and STARRING CARMEN comes a gorgeous and lyrical story about Pura Belpré, a Puerto Rican librarian who changed the world--
A slave family is distressed when they discover their son Ben has run away.