Baby Bear is off exploring on his own.
Now what’s this that just hit his head? Mmmm…it’s a delicious red fruit. He must get more.
Up, up, up, to the top of the forest.
Hello Caterpillar! Hello Squirrel! Hello Bees!
Now what is that?
Why, it’s the biggest red fruit of all!
A DELIGHTFUL PICTUREBOOK ABOUT A LONELY DACHSHUND WHO FINDS A FRIEND
A lonely dachshund dreams of having a friend, but every time the little sausage dog goes to the park they find it hard to fit in. They can only watch the other dogs playing and having fun. Until one day, a friend comes along...
This hilarious and imaginative debut picture book from The New Yorker cartoonist Avi Steinberg encourages kids to explore their own creativity by telling three wonderfully wild and wacky stories at the same time.
My Dog and I is a delightfully imaginative picture book about a little girl who’s always wanted a dog, showing us that love knows no bounds, from award-winning creators, author Luca Tortolini and illustrator Felicita Sala.
Out for a walk one day, a girl stumbles upon a lost “dog.” Having always wanted a dog of her own, she brings the &ldquo
Relive the magic of Bob Marley’s most beloved songs in this newest picture book adaptation!
Is this love?
Is this love that I’m feeling?
Bob Marley’s music has captured the hearts and souls of families around the world.
A heartwarming book from creators of Indigenous and Métis descent about the power of story and tradition to help navigate change
How does a strange new place become home?
When Ojiig moves to the city with his family, he misses everything they left behind. Most of all, he misses the sparkling night sky.
From author Jo Witek and illustrator Christine Roussey, the bestselling creators of In My Heart, When I Smile is a picture book about all the things a smile can do.
Part of the Growing Hearts series!
One girl discusses the power of a smile and the many different smiles she gives to those around her throughout the day.
From the hilarious mind of award-winning and New York Times bestselling creator Zachariah OHora comes this charmingly offbeat and true-to-life picture book tale of sibling conflict, with a fresh twist on the “copycat.”
Elise and her younger sister, Rosemont, get along well—most of the time.
But there’s one thing about her sister that drives E
A laugh-out-loud tale about a skunk who longs for a family, perfect for fans of Gaston and Wolfie the Bunny.
Skunk wants to be a dog. EVERYONE loves dogs. And every dog seems to have exactly what he’s looking for: a home and a family.
Introduce your little ones in both English and Spanish to the strong bond between a human and their pet - and how one passing away will never do them apart
A beautiful book about talent, diversity, and the importance of doing your own thing. For little peeps following their own path ages 4 years and up.When little bird Tim hatches from his egg, the other birds say he should learn how to fly. All the fathers and mothers give him their best advice. But Tim isn't so sure. Does he really have to do what everyone else is doing?
An Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller!
Don’t miss the seventh picture book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Food Group series from Jory John and Pete Oswald!
From the creator of the TikTok sensation Grey and Mama (@greyandmama, 7.5M followers) and author of Thank You, Mama comes a Vietnamese American family story about a boy who loves to eat adventurously, comfort food, family tradition, and a grandmother's love and wisdom.
Hans Christian Andersen Award winner David Almond conjures the imaginative bond between a father and son as they pool their resources to defeat gravity and realize a dream.
From debut author-illustrator Hala Tahboub comes a seriously silly story for fans of Oliver Jeffers, social-emotional adventures, and strawberry donuts.
When Kevin and his friends find a mysterious ladder, it sparks a big debate over what it might lead to . . . and who should go first.
Noodle the pug embarks on a quest to climb comfy mountain in this sweet and entertaining sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling picture book Noodle and the No Bones Day by the creator of the viral “Bones or No Bones” TikTok videos!
Noodle the pug loves his cozy donut bed, tucked away in his human, Jonathan’s, bedroom.
This new picture book from beloved author-illustrator Jane Mount celebrates the avid reader, demonstrates how books make you better, and reassures anyone who has been anxious or uncertain about facing the real world.
Lotti isn’t sure she wants to make friends. She’s shy, and she doesn’t really know how.
A rollicking read-aloud featuring a wide cast of characters coming to the school nurse for help with their hilariously dramatic bumps, runny noses, and many other colorful complaints!
Kids at Bluebell don’t feel well—
Gus is sad, and Benny fell.
Splinters, lice, a paper cut,
throw-up, bumps, a hungry gut.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling creators of Ada Twist, Scientist and Rosie Revere, Engineer comes the story of the very first Questioneer: Lila Greer, Teacher of the Year!
Growing and harvesting an herb garden can be fun and oh so satisfying—even in the dead of winter.
Winter outside the window,
Garden on the sill.
A humorous and joyful celebration of love and sharing by the award-winning and bestselling duo, Angela Johnson and Dav Pilkey.
When Maya's grandfather comes to visit from Alaska, he brings a surprise in a crate -- something, he says, to teach her "fun and sharing." Maya hopes it's a horse or a big brother. But instead, it's a huge, pink pig named Julius!
From James Howe, the bestselling author of Bunnicula, comes a beautiful picture book story about looking, observing, and finding wonder in the things that we walk right past every day—featuring full-color illustrations by Sakika Kikuchi.
Every morning, Milo goes walking with his mother.
A playful rhyming meditation story to help kids ages 4-8 be captains of their own ships and navigate emotional highs and lows.
Learn to breathe through storms of emotions in this nautical meditation adventure.
Whether you’re grouchy or grumpy, gloomy or grey,
the Wildering Billies cannot get their way.
Inspired by a Rumi poem, this mystical picture book for the young readers emphasizes the vast interconnectedness of the world and each of us.
What if I try a little...
And as soon as you thought it,
it started to happen.
(That’s how powerful you are!)
Whatever you thought of,
you started to become!
Two brothers embark on a dinosaur hunt in this exciting fold-out book where nothing is quite what it seems.
Warning! Unfold this book for scary dinosaur surprises!
Two brothers set off on a pretend expedition to find dinosaurs. Of course, everyone knows dinosaurs don’t exist, so there’s no need to be scared—or is there?
An original fairy tale about friendship, confidence, and acceptance. For readers ages 5 years and up, with or without a crown.
From beloved author Michael Rosen (We’re Going on a Bear Hunt) and award-winning illustrator Daniel Egnéus comes a modern classic picture book about love, hope and the dreams that sustain us.
* “A soothing tale that will be welcomed in autumn or at bedtime in any season of the year.” —Booklist, starred review
Anansi the Spider meets Jon Klassen in this wickedly witty debut.
When a suspiciously polite fox attempts to coax his next meal out of a burrow, he is met with a clever rabbit who has been cooking up a surprise for this very moment!
In this funny, feel-good first-pet book, one aspiring dog owner and her parents ponder—in wildly imaginative and hilarious detail—all the best and worst outcomes of bringing home more dogs than you can (literally) shake a stick at.
A young girl proclaims, "I want 100 dogs." In a twist, her parents agree, but they have just one q
There’s a new truck on the road and he goes fast—turbo fast; from New York Times bestselling author Jean Reagan comes a social-emotional picture book about slowing down and learning new skills.
The debut picture book from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dumplin’. Told with Julie Murphy's trademark humor and heart, this is a clever, funny body-positive story about loving yourself.
Written by Gianni Rodari, the father of modern Italian children's literature, and charmingly illustrated by award-winning artist Beatrice Alemagna, this bright, sweet story reminds us what children are really like in the most essential and beautiful way
An original, out-of-this-world fable about friendship, teamwork, and persistence, illustrated by double Caldecott Medalist Chris Raschka.
It’s up to Giovanni and Lorenzo, Sky Repair Specialists, to fill the sky with stars. One night, on the job, Lorenzo gets stuck in a nebula! Giovanni calls out for help to the constellations....
Where dreams take you...
Where dreams take you...
A funny picture book with curious cats and a whole lot of dogs. For animal lovers ages 4 years and up.
When night falls on the savannah, the animals go to sleep. But Littlephant... still wants to play It's night, but Littlephant doesn't want to go to sleep. His father sings him the song in which the animals are quiet and then fall asleep: the snake, the zebra, the hyena, the ostrich and the crocodile "Hush now, hush. Hush now, hush".
Humorous preschool picture book about a cat chasing his tailTutu can see his tail--but he can't catch it He is determined that nothing will stop him from catching it, so he takes a plane, a train, a bus, a boat--every form of transport you can possibly think of--and guess what? He catches his tail
Full of humor, drama, and adventure, this retelling of a little-known figure of Arthurian Legend, co-written by friends Kaliis Smith and #1 New York Times bestselling author Holly Black, is perfect for any knight in training.
Prince Morien was brave and clever and true…
The brave North African knight Morien is on a quest to find his fathe
From internationally acclaimed picture book creator Steve Small comes a tender story about fear of change and what it means to be brave.
It’s time for Arlo the bear and his family to leave their winter den and journey to Spring Valley, but he doesn’t feel ready for the big departure from the home he likes just the way it is.
Come along on an aviation journey with Alis! This spunky female guide will take you through an ABC of planes in this picture book featuring gorgeous cut-paper art.
A boldly illustrated bedtime story that imagines what it would be like to have a snuggly and super-strong polar bear for a pet.
If I Had a Polar Bear imagines what it would be like to have a polar bear as a pet. It might be an unconventional choice, but it would be sure to give the best bear hugs . . .
She Persisted meets Be Kind in this reinterpretation of a classic fable, whose timeless message of perseverance and hope will encourage readers to stand up for themselves.
Who will win the war of trust—
the forceful, spiteful, cruel North Wind
or the gentle, patient, determined Sun?
Everybody gets angry sometimes, even a little volcano. But with some rock-steady advice, Little Volcano finds a way to process their steamy emotions.
Spend a day in paradise with Little Volcano and Big Volcano. Everything is beautiful and calm until an out-of-control bird drops a coconut on Little Volcano's crater. Will Little Volcano blow their top? Can Big Volcano help?
A perfectly pitched story about a bear, a bird, and a bond forged through music
Atticus and Chip share memories in this tender and beautifully illustrated picture book about losing a pet.
Atticus wakes at his usual time, ready to feed Chip. But when he reaches the fishbowl, Chip is gone.
A witty and uplifting story about perseverance and hope, perfect for fans of The Magical Yet, starring three endearing flightless birds determined to get aloft.
Three flightless friends long to feel the wind beneath their wings. So, they try, and try, and try to fly. But all they do is fall, fall, fall. Flying, it turns out, is hard.
Furry, feathered, and scaled—all our animal friends are ready to read. But there’s just one big problem: Giraffe is too tall!
(Or, rather, the book is too short.)
"The warmth of everyday gender euphoria is burnished to brilliant radiance" (BCCB, starred review) in this joyous picture book about a day in the life of a non-binary child.
Oge Mora’s Saturday meets Carmela Full of Wishes in this touching and whimsical picture book about a mother and child’s last trip to their local laundromat before moving away.
Every Sunday after cereal, Sam and Mom walk to the laundromat, wash their clothes, and see their friends. But this Sunday is different.
A big sister anticipates the birth of a new sibling in this warm and funny stage-by-stage picture book tour of all the sizes of a growing baby, from teeny-tiny poppy seed to giant watermelon.
It’s hard to wait for an exciting new baby to join the family, especially when it’s still growing inside Mom’s tummy.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Superbaby! A delightful read-aloud picture book about the adventures babies enjoy between naptimes.
Superbaby is UP! UP!
And awake . . .
Charnaie Gordon, the creator of Here Wee Read, and Roda Ahmed, the New York Times bestselling publisher and author of Mae Among the Stars, debut their first-ever collaboration with the extraordinary adventures of the one and only Etta Extraordinaire!
A humorous and playful story,
both poignant and inspiring, about a man who loses his prized hair, and how to
make space for newness and growth.A San Francisco Chronicle Best Children's Books to Gift This Holiday Season
A Toronto Public Library New & Noteworthy Picture Book of the Month
Experience the enchanting and timeless tale of expectation, anticipation, and wonder crafted by renowned children's book author Bernette Ford.
This bold, surprising picture book demonstrates the magic of everyday transformations (and introduces cause-and-effect) for the youngest readers.
What happens when 1+1 equals . . . something other than 2?
Apart, blue is blue and yellow is yellow . . . but together they make green. Bees and flowers together make honey. Soap and water become foam!
A boy shares his love of ballet with his cat in this adorable picture book that leaps and glides through ballet terms, famous dancers, and the special bond between a young dancer and his pet.
Some cats pounce, snooze, or climb up the curtains. But one boy has a pet cat that does ballet, jumping after flies in perfect grands jetés and gliding across floors with smooth glissades.
A heartwarming story about family, resilience, fashion, and staying true to who you are--told through three generations of tailors in a rapidly changing Seoul.
Mae is fed up with her parents thinking her younger sister, Gerty, is a science genius. But as Mae learns that science is all about asking questions and trying new things, she realizes that she can be a scientist too and joins her sister to explore all types of matter.
A humorous and heartfelt introduction to the science of matter.
The Magical Unicorn Society is opening its doors once again to reveal eight brand-new stories about the world’s most magical and elusive creatures.
A delightful gift for all those who love books and reading.
In this reinvention of the classic holiday carol "The 12 Days of Christmas," five golden rings become five Nana hugs, eight maids a-milking become eight mugs of cocoa, and much more, as a family comes together to celebrate the holidays.
In the first hour of Christmas Santa left for me…a kitten underneath the Christmas tree!
Dads of all varieties bounce and groove with their babies, letting them know the best thing they can be is themselves, in this exuberant picture book ode to the joy of fatherhood.
Dads got moves! Dads got grooves.
Open this unique picture book and meet John Cage, the pioneering, inspiring composer who believed all sound—from the crash of a slamming door to the whirr of a blender to the whoosh of the wind—was music.
Follow the adventures of Gift and Box as they travel from Grandma's house to Sofia's front door!
Gift and Box are a package, dropped off with love from Grandma at the local post office. But being a package together on a long postal voyage is not always easy. There are ships to board, oceans to cross and bumpy truck rides! Can Gift and Box arrive in one piece?
A tiny paper bird shares a home with humans in this wondrously illustrated debut, introducing a sensitive, creative soul who ventures into the belly of the beast to rescue a new friend.
From debut author Kelsey Gross and New York Times bestselling artist Renata Liwska comes a gentle and lulling picture book celebrating the magic of the Winter Solstice with a group of animal friends in a quiet forest.
Tonight is the longest night of the year—solstice is here! Deep in the forest, the dark, cold, and quiet of winter is all around.
The Garden Witch is lonely, no one shops at her stall, no one visits her magical garden, and there is no one to talk to--except for the three evil rats she lives with. The rats will eat her if she upsets them, so she lives day in and day out the same until one evening she cries in her garden. In the morning she finds that the garden has grown her a little turnip boy, Mickey.
A magnificent story of community, family, and love from internationally renowned muralist and picture book creator Katie Yamasaki.
Get ready for winter with this treasury of 50 frosty stories from around the globe.
Curl up beside the fire and uncover stories from all over the world with this rich resource of wintery folk tales, myths and legends.
A little girl shares the steps for the perfect tree trimming — a holiday picture book for fans of Pick a Pine Tree and The Little Christmas Tree.
In this charming Christmas tale, readers will follow along with the main character as she shares all the things that go into decorating a tree:
Taffy the cat
We all know that Santa Claus is one cool dude! But how is he as a houseguest? Find out in this hilarious picture book by bestselling author Derrick Barnes!
A heartwarming picture book about how one little girl's unique beauty has been growing for generations in her family tree.
Caldecott Medalist Allen Say's tale of a young boy who saves a baby bird from the local bullies is filled with compassion and empathy. Based on a true story and gorgeously illustrated, this story from an iconic picture book creator is not to be missed.
A young boy sees a baby bird quivering in the hands of a neighborhood bully.
Spirited Away meets Where the Wild Things Are by way of yokai mythology in this enchanting picture book by debut author J. P. Takahashi and illustrator Minako Tomigahara.
In his first illustrated book created specifically for readers of all ages, Oliver Jeffers shares a very brief history of humanity and shares his dreams for where we go from here.
In this cozy picture book about friendship, Mole anxiously decides to journey through underground tunnels to attend a party.
INSTANT NATIONAL BESTSELLER!
In her funniest book yet, two-time Caldecott Medalist Sophie Blackall captures the astonishing spectacle of a child imagining life as a horse. And with a book jacket adorned with glitter, this romp really sparkles!
If you were a horse, what would you do? Could you fit in your clothes? Would you give your little sister a ride?
It’s just after midnight on Walton Wharf West, but there’s no time for sleeping—adventure awaits! Get dressed, grab your oars, let’s not delay. Lou Dozens is here, and we’re sailing to Firelight Bay!
A young mouse’s shortcut home turns into a fantastical journey guided by a mysterious guardian in this wintery tale with a breath-taking double gatefold surprise.
When a blizzard closes the library early, Hubert decides to take a shortcut home through the spooky Hollow. Just as Hubert is gathering his nerve to press on, another mouse appears and offers to take his hand.
From the multiple award-winning creator of Small in the City and the illustrator of I Talk Like a River comes a fresh and moving look at memories, filtered through the mind of a child.
Gertie is going to be a big sister! But is there room in Mummy's heart for the little yak—and an even littler new arrival?
What happens when one little lie turns into a big problem? From the creator of Ruby Finds a Worry comes the perfect picture book for helping children learn the importance of honesty.
Here's Santa as you've never seen him before -- get ready for a hilariously, fintastic underwater holiday story, from New York Times bestselling creator Mike Lowery!
Jingle shells, Jingle shells, jingle all the waves!
Let's go Experience the magic of skating on wild ice.
This feel-good story will paw at the heartstrings of all dog lovers.
Happiness is all around us. Sometimes you just have to BE MORE DOG to find it
Ana looks out the pet store window with the store's last remaining animals for sale--a dog, a hedgehog and a mouse. What are they waiting for?
In this bilingual book, an Anishinaabe child explores the story of a precious mnoomin seed and the circle of life mnoomin sustains.
With wit and gorgeous art, New York Times best-selling author Eoin Colfer and multi-award-winning illustrator P.J. Lynch team up again for a quest story of knights, dark magic, and a maiden with powers of her own.
A celebration of the wonders of nature and life--all waiting for you to discover when you spend a day in the park
Escape to the world of make believe where imagination takes flight.
This charming excursion to the world of imaginative play features poetic text accompanied by exquisite illustrations by a recent Italian Children's Laureate.
A merry band of penguins ventures out of the Antarctic and into the adventure of a lifetime in a quirky, rainbow-bright tale of friendship and community building.
How will Maya create a brighter world? By learning to honor her glowing feelings, just like Black women have done throughout history!
Maya feels a warm glow when she picks strawberries in the community garden, hears music in her neighborhood, or spends time with the people she loves.
None of the panda books are ever about red pandas!
Red is going to do something about that.
A tender, beautifully illustrated children's book about the magic of friendship and the joy of connection.
A collection of poems that explore childhood experiences--from the whimsical to the poignant--by Shannon Bramer, with magical art by Irene Luxbacher.
A young Black girl and her aunt celebrate the wonder and magic of their family's legacy through storytelling.
For fans of Richard Scarry and Busytown, here is a funny and informative picture book all about firefighters that features lively animal characters, a rollicking story, and detail-packed illustrations.
In this story about Día de los Reyes, or Three Kings’ Day, a girl and her family discover new ways to celebrate their Puerto Rican heritage in Ohio.
When a cat-loving family decides to bring home a pet, their quest reveals the highs and lows of everyday family life in this heartwarming story—perfect for kitten lovers and everyone who’s ever longed for a pet.
Join one Black family on their journey to discover what Santa looks like in this joyous tale celebrating identity, family and holiday cheer!
It’s not Christmas without Santa! But what does Santa truly look like? Does he match the figurines on the mantel, or the faces on our favorite holiday sweaters? Does he look like you or like me?
"In moving, lyrical prose, the book celebrates the beauty and sounds of each name alongside their culture of origin. The author builds a strong case that everyone should embrace their names and honor and learn those with which they may not be familiar." —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
The stunning new picture book by presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Christian Robinson—available in Spanish
Te dicen que esto
no va a funcionar.
¿Pero cómo lo sabrás
si nunca lo intentas?
The stunning new picture book by presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Christian Robinson
You’re told that
This won’t work,
But how will you know
If you never try?
King Penguin is off to find subjects who will listen to him—as long as they don’t eat him first, in this cheeky tale by beloved author-illustrator Vanessa Roeder
From Jess Townes with illustrations by Daniel Miyares, this poignant picture book deftly tackles the wide array of emotions experienced in childhood, and especially reminding readers that there’s nothing wrong with crying.
Sometimes I cry
. . . when I’m angry.
. . . when I’m scared.
. . . when I’m happy.
Skyscraper babies grow up, up high. Close to their families. Close to the sky.
From acclaimed author-illustrator Shinsuke Yoshitake comes a humorous picture book about the empowering possibilities of growing up and a child's imagination!
Akira has a problem: He is too small to open packages by himself.
Filled with whimsical knitted cats, Anna Hrachovec's debut picture book Catside Up, Catside Down blends the silliness of cats with an early introduction to prepositions.
Catside up, catside down.
Cat on a turntable, spinning around!
Under a piano, over the moon,
Illustrated with stunning cut paper art, these seven poetic vignettes capture true stories of courage, hope, and resilience from around the world.
In Imagine A Garden, award-winning children's author Rina Singh shares seven real-life stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for their communities amidst war, poverty, and violence.
A tender (and humorous!) look at the way tough emotions can make us feel stuck and how the presence of a good friend and a deep belly laugh can make it easier to get through stormy feelings.
This thought-provoking, playful picture book from NYT Best Children's Book author Bruce Handy and Ezra Jack Keats Award winning illustrator Ashleigh Corrin plays with the idea of how life would be if certain of the things we love most were no longer here.
Auntie Maggie and her Five Nieces and Nephews -- is a tremendously original and funny picture book in which Maggie, an unconventional aunt, will have to survive a whole summer with her five nephews and nieces and their respective problems. An original and entertaining picture book that offers us an adventure full of humor, confidence, and courage at the beginning of childhood
Explore different numerical breakdowns of a year in this playful concept picture book that introduces numbers big and small in creative ways, all adding up to a wonderful 365 days!
A year can feel like a really, really long time. One trip around the sun. Twelve months. Fifty-two weeks. 365 days. 31,535,000 seconds. It seems like forever, so let’s break it down!
A boy adopting a ninja alter ego to cope with a new disability finds the courage to share all of himself in this action-packed and heartfelt picture book from the author of My Rainy Day Rocket Ship.
Nathaniel, or, as his friends call him, Ninja Nate, has been dressing like a ninja all summer long—even sleeping in his suit.
A tender and timeless tale about what truly matters: LOVE -- from creative visionary of The Word Collector, Happy Dreamer, and The Dot, #1 New York Times bestseller Peter H.
★ “[Little ones] will have a blast go-go-going with these irrepressible tots.”—Booklist, starred review
★ “Magnificent.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review
Beloved author Rowboat Watkins’s vivid comic-style take on a universal dilemma―bedtime!
New from the beeping brai
A poetic, heartwarming ode to the small, defining moments of a boy’s life, by a brilliant new debut and a Caldecott Honoree. For fans of Last Stop on Market Street.
Early morning wakeups and homemade pancakes,
Raucous bus rides and schoolyard games,
Family games and bedtime rituals…
In a feel-good concept book, the Geisel Award–winning illustrator of See the Cat gives young children a vocabulary for naming—and managing—their emotions.
The first picture book collaboration from bestselling husband-and-wife team Tony and Angela DiTerlizzi is the charmingly irreverent tale of a very cranky book . . . who might not be so cranky after all.
Are you ready to meet the world’s crankiest book?
Make sandcastles, play in the sea, eat ice cream ... there's so much to do when you visit the beach
In this sparkling picture book celebration of winter and creativity, a boy’s snow day efforts show that perfection is relative and what’s important is taking pride in what you do!
When a little boy wakes up to see a blanket of snow covering the world outside, there’s only one thing to do: make a snowman, and not just any snowman—he wants the best snowman ev
A story of quiet contemplation and steely resolve by the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, illustrated for readers of all ages.
“I returned to the spot, even though the sun had already set, I cast my hook into the water and waited. I don't think there is a deeper silence in the world than the silence of water.
I felt it then and never forgot it.”
Take a trip around the world and discover 5-minute bedtime stories from 80 different countries. Around the World in 80 Tales is written by renowned author and playwright Saviour Pirotta and beautifully illustrated by the brilliant Richard Johnson.
Camping, skiing, hiking ... There's so much to do when you visit the mountains
"Irrepressible. Joyful. Vibrant and full of oomph!" —Andrea Beaty, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Rosie Revere, Engineer
"A stunning, energetic story full of clever humor, heart, and a reminder that art has no boundaries." —Ruth Chan, author-illustrator of Thank You, Neighbor
After an especially sweltering day, the ocean sparkles and twinkles so invitingly that instead of slipping beneath the horizon, the sun plunges into the ocean itself.
A stunning book shimmering with shiny silver foil throughout, from the astonishingly talented Sharon King-Chai, illustrator of Animalphabet written by Julia Donaldson.
WINNER of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Shadowers' Choice Award 2021.
Starbird is a magical story about love, freedom, and the wisdom of children.
From New York Times bestselling picture book author Carole Lindstrom and illustrator Bridget George comes Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior, an inspiring picture book biography about two Indigenous Rights Activists, Josephine Mandamin and Autumn Peltier.
The seventh generation is creating
A sea of change.
“The gorgeous illustrations and lovely storyline make this an instant classic.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
From the creator of The Big Umbrella comes another poetic and lushly illustrated picture book about the joy of companionship and there always being room for one more in this tale about the search for the perfect pet.
In this moving account of loss, a boy takes a walk in the woods and makes a discovery that changes his understanding of his father.
A week after the funeral
I stare in the morning mirror
Angry that my father’s eyes
Stare back at me.
A STARLING ASKS ALL THE OTHER BIRDS FOR ADVICE ON WHAT TO INCLUDE IN ITS SONG IN THIS STUNNING, POETIC PICTURE BOOK
This hilarious retelling of “The Three Little Pigs” stars a spirited pig as she outsmarts her older siblings in a friendly competition.
A festive nochebuena treat for little ones who believe in the magic of Christmas (and the deliciousness of cake)!
From the author of Thanksgiving in the Woods and A Simple Christmas on the Farm comes another fall holiday story.
From New York Times bestselling, Pura Belpré Award–winning author-illustrator Raúl the Third, ¡Vamos! Let's Go Read follows Little Lobo and friends as they explore their library's Libro Love Book Festival in this paper-over-board picture book from the World of ¡Vamos!
When dog meets baby, it will take a little time and a lot of love for Pepita and Bebita to become the best of friends.
Children discover the impact they can have when they band together in this picture book ode to how solidarity lifts everyone up.
Siblings Luna and Zion are feeling a bit overwhelmed. Big words keep rushing at them: Homelessness. Pandemic. Inequality. Recession.
The classic story of the night before Christmas gets a humorous twist in this engaging holiday picture book filled with die-cuts from the acclaimed and beloved picture book creator, Lois Ehlert.
It was a cold, wintery night, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring…except a small mouse!
Follow this mischievous mouse on his late-night holiday advent
A very large cat may be the key to saving Christmas in this wryly humorous retelling of the Norwegian fairy tale The Cat on the Dovrefjell.
When a man captures a great white bear, he is determined to bring it as a gift to the king of Finnmark. But to do that, first he must cross the Dovrefells—a mountain covered in snow and ice—in the middle of winter.
Want an adorable Halloween appropriate picture book that's not scary at all? Addie and the Amazing Acrobats is your book!
Will Addie choose fame or friendship when she gets invited to join the Big Bat Circus? Perfect for fans of Aaron Blabey and Ryan T. Higgins.
"I want to be strong for the right reasons."
Kiki has watched her mama practice karate for a long time, and now she wants to learn too. She wants to become strong and steady like a mountain. The bullies at school are strong for the wrong reasons. They make Kiki feel small. But today at her first karate lesson, everything changes.
A charming story where Morris the cat discovers the magic of reading.
An awe-inspiring Christmas tale from multi-award-winning poet Nikki Grimes.
The caravan traveled through wilderness, uphill and down, for hours that spun into days.
Then at last, glittering diamond-bright, Bethlehem appeared through the haze.
The golden jubilee edition of a children’s classic first published in 1969.
Join the farmer’s cat on his fascinating nighttime journey through fields, farms, forests, and even the city to see what only he can see after the sunsets.
Infused with jubilance and warmth, this luminous, lyrical picture book celebrates the people and the work that put food on our tables.
Out in the garden, under the flowers, the search begins for costume treasures . . . but something is missing!
The thirtieth-anniversary edition of a beloved children’s book.
An inspiring picture book about how children can combine art and activism in their daily lives.
"They say I'm an artist. They say I'm an activist."
Author and illustrator Keith Negley brings his unique and powerful style to the story of young Batman trying to fit in at school in this jacketed hardcover picturebook.
With fantastic bursts of color and lyricism, Grant Snider explores the extraordinary within the ordinary in this ode to seemingly boring days and the wonders that emerge for anyone open to seeing them.
The sky is gloomy and the world feels like it’s asleep . . . but perhaps all that’s required for adventure is a bit of curiosity and patience.
Pura Belprè Honor and Coretta Scott King Honor winner C. G. Esperanza delivers color, rhythm, and style in this rollicking tale about everyday treasures turned magical!
Red kicks, green kicks, yellow kicks, blue!
Caldecott Honor winner Cindy Derby delivers an endearing picture book about an adorable (and ingenious!) panda bear who must find the grit within to climb--and overcome--a snowy, slippery mountain.
Look! A butterfly! Up, up, and away it flutters, flying high above a large snowy mountain.
"Capalia’s stylish digital art contains myriad giggle-and-goosebump-worthy details . . . [a] satisfying roller-coaster ride of a debut." —Publishers Weekly
Encourage kids to practice self-love every day with Who I Am, an uplifting picture book collection of positive affirmations and companion to Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds’s New York Times bestselling I Am series.
When the unkind voice gets loud and I feel down, I can tell myself:
I am enough.
Say hello to The Kindness Club! A diverse cast of friendly characters welcome a new kid to their preschool and show them how all types of fun and emotions are for everyone. The Kindness Club depicts familiar activities and scenarios that readers can expect at preschool or kindergarten, but challenges age-old assumptions that boys will be boys and girls will be pretty.
From a New York Times bestselling and Pura Belpré Honor–winning creator comes a heartwarming picture book celebrating essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic that’s also a lively, bilingual game of Veo, Veo (I Spy).
Marisol’s mami is the best cook at Rosita’s Cafe! But now, the restaurant is closed.
Welcome, little one, to our little world. We’ve been waiting a whole lifetime to meet you. Beautifully and boldly illustrated, Welcome, Little One is all about introducing a new baby to their little world. There’s the blanket to keep them warm, the family dog who will teach them friendship and the bedroom window as a gateway to wonder and adventure.
Salina Yoon's beloved Penguin is always ready for new adventures with new friends!
Penguin is searching the ocean for treasure when he meets Ollie, a shy octopus who is curious about Penguin's adventure. So curious that he can't stay camouflaged for long!
Newbery Honoree Rajani LaRocca, author of I’ll Go and Come Back, turns her focus to a careful, deliberate grandfather and his impatient grandson in a cozy family story featuring a recipe for spiced chai.
Follow Skeletina as she helps an ordinary girl navigate her extraordinary dream in Skeletina and the Greedy Tooth Fairy, a charming picture book about nightmares, bravery, and honesty by Susie Jaramillo, and the otherwordly follow-up to Skeletina and the In Between World.
From the author of the New York Times bestselling Can I Be Your Dog? series comes a picture book about a snazzy Christmas ornament who tries to find the tree on which he can shine the brightest.
An exciting debut author, beloved on social media, spins a delightful homegrown mystery for young readers
Matt Tavares’s sequel to the New York Times best-selling Dasher is a joyful ode to helping others—and another holiday classic in the making.
“If you ever get lost, just look for the North Star.”
"Hugely entertaining." –Mac Barnett for The New York Times
Does something exist even if you can’t see it? A humorous bedtime story for budding philosophers.
“There's a rhinoceros in my room!” Ludwig claims. His father doesn't think so. He looks for the huge pachyderm in every corner, but he just can't find it.
A very nervous ostrich pushes past her anxiety in this funny, endearing picture book by the author/illustrator of Bodies Are Cool (co-written with her sister).
Two 601-year-old goblin tricksters from Korea go on an unexpected Halloween adventure in New York City in this tongue-in-cheek story from Frances Cha, critically acclaimed author of If I Had Your Face, and #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator Jaime Kim.
"A sweet, comical Halloween venture for all." -Kirkus Reviews
A stunning, nostalgic picture book about a beautiful hotel and the people who stay, live and work there.
Perfect for children 4+.
If you ever go to great city of Delaunay, take a left at the Duchess’s palace and cross the Bridge of Spires, and here you will find The Incredible Hotel.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The Grinch is BACK and ready to prove to the residents of Who-ville that he's changed. This heartwarming sequel is written and illustrated in the style of Dr. Seuss's beloved holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
The Grinch had been patiently waiting all year,
This latest addition to The Most Magnificent series highlights all the words little makers need to know.
In this delightful twist on a vocabulary book, the beloved characters from The Most Magnificent Thing walk with readers from A to Z, defining all the words they need to know about making. It perfectly captures the ups (“I is for IDEA.
A warm welcome to autumn! This beloved book—redesigned with a fresh new look—is the latest edition in this popular series about seasons!
Mama has a surprise for her three little squirrels: three bright red sweaters to keep them warm throughout the fall.
From the superb, creative duo behind Drawing on Walls, A Story of Keith Haring comes this heartfelt story about the loss of a beloved grandparent that yet centers enthusiasm, adventure, and an ebullient creativity rarely seen in books about loss.
Lonnie wants to be a basketball star, but his Gramps won't put up a hoop at their house. Gramps says Lonnie is too young, leaving Lonnie utterly HOOPLESS. With the help of his Gran, who was a playground legend in her day, Lonnie learns to play in exchange for helping with chores around the house. Will it be enough to convince Gramps that Lonnie is ready for a hoop?
With striking illustrations that will make your soul fly and spare text that will make your heart dance, this lyrical picturebook encourages us to set aside our snap judgements and quiet our fears of the unknown by shining light on what has been kept in the dark.
They came in the dark,
and took the narrow path
that only witches used.
The Scariest Kitten in the World is a hilarious picture book by Kate Messner and illustrated by MacKenzie Haley in the vein of The Monster at the End of This Book about a not-so-scary kitten and a not-too-terrifying haunted house.
WARNING! This is a VERY scary story.
It is the most spine-chilling story anyone could ever read.
From #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning author and illustrator Mo Willems comes a new holiday classic.
A gorgeous, joyful picture book following the lifespan of a book as it comes across different readers—and creates a kind of magic along the way.
A new book is
fresh ink on crisp pages
the words inside
just waiting to be read.
An incredible journey begins for every person who turns the pages.
A Muslim American girl at the top of her game makes a difficult choice in this powerful and beautifully told true story about breaking barriers.
Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir was born to play basketball. At three, she has her own hoop. By seventeen, she’s the star player on her school’s varsity team.
A girl and her grandfather bond over a shared love of words in this heartwarming story about changing relationships.
On their weekly walks, Jill and her Nonno love to play with words. “Hummingbird,” says Jill. “Sugar-drinker,” says Nonno. “Seaplane,” says Jill. “I do see a plane!” replies Nonno.
A gorgeous wordless picture book about the power of love to overcome fear by the #1 New York Times bestselling artist of the She Persisted series
A full-color picture book from award-winning creator Sergio Ruzzier, The Real Story is a hilarious, imaginative whodunit in which Cat and Mouse debate the truth behind a broken cookie jar, which makes for a perfect read-aloud story.
Cat has found a broken cookie jar.
How did it happen?
And where are the cookies?
A tiny bird discovers her inner dinosaur and learns to roar in this sweet story about remembering where you came from
When little Dee is harassed by the neighborhood hawk, Mama tells her that her 20-million-times great-great-great-grandmother was an enormous dinosaur named Granny Rex and that Granny Rex still lives in Dee’s feathers and bones.
Inspired by the hugely bestselling 5-Minutes Stories collections, children’s author Gabby Dawnay and illustrator Mona K present 10 read-aloud stories that invite young nature lovers to celebrate the everyday miracles in a woodland with 5-Minute Nature Stories.
Down by the meadow that blows wild and free,
There’s a world full of wonders I
From a Hans Christian Andersen award-winning illustrator comes a moving and imaginative story of four polar bears searching for a new home.
One evening, Papa Bear announces, "we are moving tomorrow." His family can longer live in their Arctic home: there are no more seals to catch, and too few fish. The next morning, they set off, in search of more promising places.
An important story about fears and ways to deal with them. For worriers ages 5 years and up.
A pesky cone becomes a doggie dream come true in this canine companion to Cone Cat
One day, Emma the dog leaves the vet with a giant plastic lampshade on her head. It cuts off her corners, dulls her digging, and makes Garson the greyhound gawk. One thing is clear--the cone is not good, and the only thing left to do is sulk.
From award-winning creators Winsome Bingham and E.B. Lewis, The Walk (A Stroll to the Poll) is a powerful, full-color picture book story celebrating a journey crucial to our democracy: the walk to vote—a perfect read aloud.
My granny is taking me on THE WALK.
“Because leaders are not born,” she says.
A slightly overcomplicated and highly hilarious guide to making a peanut butter sandwich with all your critter friends
In art class, a boy finds the courage to leave his comfort zone, try something new, and do something nice for a friend
When a child’s beloved grandfather comes from Iran for a visit, she can’t wait to show him all her favorite things in this story full of warmth and tender detail.
We speak different languages, Grandpa and I,
but how we laugh and laugh and laugh.
The classic bestselling Angelina Ballerina picture book about Angelina and Henry’s camping trip is back in a beautiful, refreshed hardcover edition!
Angelina and Henry are so excited to go on a camping trip to the Big Cat Mountains with their Uncle Louie!
Three starred reviews!
A family remembers their beloved pet dog through the traditions of Día de Muertos in this “gorgeous, deeply touching exploration of grief and remembrance” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review) from Pura Belpré Honor–winning team Xelena González and Adriana M.
"A satisfying snow day saga." —Kirkus
A Good Housekeeping Best Book
Just One Flake is a hilarious celebration of wintertime, curiosity, and outdoor play in this author-illustrated picture book debut from acclaimed creator and elementary school librarian Travis Jonker.
It’s snowing outside!
★ 2023 Moonbeam Gold Award Winner (Best Holiday Book)
★ 2023 Best Halloween Picture Books -- DadSuggests.com
Far from the sea
in the hills and hollers of Appalachia’s great Southern Highlands
lived Laurel, the littlest weaver, and her pa.
Together they wove story rugs filled with honeysuckle and summer sunshine.
For Laurel, though small, had a gift for weaving as if her mama’s angel hands guided hers.
From author Caron Levis and New York Times bestselling illustrator Charles Santoso—the award-winning team behind Feathers Together; Ida, Always; and This Way, Charlie—comes Mighty Muddy Us, a moving, full-color picture book story of sibling love, inspired by a real-life elephant family.
The moment he is born, Ely delights in
Look out, here comes trouble!
From the author and illustrator of When Winter Comes—which received a Publisher’s Weekly starred review—this beautifully illustrated, poetic children’s picture book celebrates the joy of families being out in nature in the fall season, and discovering wildlife busily preparing for the winter months ahead.
In this punny picture book with bright and colorful illustrations an adorable monster learns about determination after a series of baking disasters, perfect for fans of Marigold Bakes a Cake.
A luminous fall picture book from the bestselling illustrator of In the Land of Fairies and the Little Fairy series - perfect for bedtime reading at Halloween.
It's harvest time and best friends Merlina the little witch and Igor the dragon are busily gathering fruit and vegetables. They can't wait to make pumpkin pie
Our Greatest Gift -- Giving thanks for a lifetime of pampering, attention, and unconditional love is no easy task.
An endearing family story about love and dyslexia
Do you ever wonder what could happen if we all hid away? If we stayed in, we just might see ... the animals come out
An homage to the joys of the season—from jumping into piles of leaves, to trick-or-treating, to baking tasty meals—written in sweet and simple verse.
Colors bursting, shadows tall. There’s lots to celebrate—it’s fall!
Break out your fuzzy socks and cozy scarves! Bring on the doughnuts, cider, and pies!
A joyful picture book from acclaimed author Margarita Engle about a young girl and her community celebrating the arrival of the water man who visits weekly to distribute water to the village.
Water days are busy days,
A small village no longer has a water supply of its own, but one young girl and her neighbors get by with the h
This much-needed picture book about navigating the difficult experience of pregnancy loss meets young readers at their level to offer a tender look at grieving someone who never entered the world.
Raya can’t wait for her baby sister to arrive. She’s already got a name—Nura—and Raya is certain they’ll be best friends.
A never-before-published original work from renowned children's book duo Alice and Martin Provensen, which invites into the mystery that is Max the cat A Publishers Weekly 2023 Summer Read, with starred reviews from Kirkus and PW In this picture book from the Provensens' archives, the unforgettable Max, who appears in many of the Provensens' picture books, takes
A picture book that introduces math concepts through the artful sharing of giraffe facts, for fans of Ten Magic Butterflies and Zero the Hero.
Twiga the giraffe introduces young readers to fascinating facts about giraffes and their relationship to other creatures—all by using math concepts such as measurements, graphs, shapes, word problems, an
A joyful, encouraging ode to a mother and son’s relationship and the unforgettable experience of a child's first swimming lessons.
Jumping into the water can be more than a little scary! But with Mom’s steady arms there’s no fear of sinking.
"There's a prismatic intensity to Daigneault's pictures that gives them a giddy feel."--The Wall Street Journal, Closer Look Feature
Step inside the deliciously detailed pages of Sylvie Daigneault's The Imaginary Alphabet. You never know what you might discover
From Hans Christian Andersen award winner Suzy Lee comes an inventive retelling of a Korean folk tale about a young traveler who outwits a rich, selfish man to ensure that villagers will always be able to rest in the shade of a magnificent tree.
"A gorgeous fable celebrating generosity and wit."--Kirkus, STARRED review
“The Bridge is so many things at once. It is very funny, it is very mysterious, it is very beautiful, and it is like no book I’ve ever seen. I love it very much.” —Jon Klassen
A beautiful edition with two stories: a classical fairy tale and a fun adventure of the seven dwarfs. With games and riddles, for children ages 5 years and up.
A wild and whimsical tale of two babies—one human and one coyote—who swap places and find they fit much better in their new wilder and cozier homes . . . until they start missing their parents.
It's panda-monium in this rollicking nonfiction picture book about bears habits, habitats, and more. Perfect for the curious cub in your house!
Hello! I am Brown Bear, and in this book, you'll get to learn about ME--the only bear in the forest!
Hold on a minute. Polar Bear here, and I am the only bear in this book. Though I live in the Arctic, not a forest.
Llama Llama learns a lesson in telling the truth in this new book in the bestselling Llama Llama series.
When Llama Llama accidentally breaks Mama Llama's favorite picture frame, he decides to tell a little lie about how it happened. In the end, Llama Llama learns a powerful lesson about telling the truth, even if it's hard to say.
A young child navigates grief after losing a beloved family pet and learns what it means for a loved one's presence to remain even after they are gone.
A lyrical introduction to the many wonders of the human heart, from award-winning author and practicing doctor, Dr. Rajani LaRocca
Once Scarlet lived in a home filled with colour, where she painted with Grandma Ruby.
Green meadows, blue wild flowers, and yellow ducklings danced across the canvas.
But not anymore.
A remarkable story about a brother and sister's determination to attend school--and their inventive solution to get there safely.
Features an afterword from Julian Lennon, and notes from co-authors Aaron Friedland and Ndileka Mandela.