"An instant classic that bubbles with joy, My Best Friend is a meditation on the decisive merriness of childhood and the instant bonds of friendship--and makes my heart swell happily each time I turn the pages." -- Tomoko
Marvel at Randy, the majestic horse whose boistrous self-confidence proves that beauty truly lies in the eye of the beholder. Kids will get a kick out of this tongue-in-cheek read-aloud sure to elicit groans and giggles in equal measure!
Filled with cool facts and sturdy fold-out surprises, this fun nonfiction guessing game offers a unique tour of the animal kingdom—from the inside out!
An exuberant, life-affirming celebration of the skinned knees, big dreams, good hearts, sparkling talents, and unstoppable potential of all the kids who make our world so special.
You're taller than a book but not as tall as a redwood tree or Mt. Everest—which in turn represent tiny specks within our universe. Curious minds will boggle at the escalating scale of this expansive yet accessible look at our place in the cosmos.
"Despite her fears, Dayeon learns to dive with Grandma and the other "granny mermaids" in this sweet intergenerational tale based on the famed haenyeo divers. Stunning art illuminates this ecologically conscious ode to the beauty and bounty of the sea." -- Meghan
The source of life, water can't be taken for granted. Inspired by Indigenous activists and traditions of stewardship, this gorgeous appreciation of the natural world serves as a rallying call to protect the planet we call home.
Tiger is big, brave, and not afraid of anything—except WORMS. They lurk around good things like apples and flowers, you can't tell their bottoms from their tops, and they all want to HUG TIGERS in this very silly story perfect for beginning readers.
From ancient Egyptians' papyrus sails to the inner workings of a Spanish galleon or a modern yacht, this intricate and interactive deep dive into how ships work will fascinate budding sailors, world travelers, and engineers alike!
Why did the snail cross the road? To get to the cabbage on the other side! Dodging tires, hungry birds, and an unexpected shower, this snail boldly inches where no snail has inched before in this charming snail's eye version of grand adventure.
The luchadores need to eat before their match, and Little Lobo is on the hunt for the best treats, from tortas to tacos to buñuelos. Readers will devour this delectable celebration of Mexican cuisine set in the bustling world of ¡Vamos! Let's Go to the Market!
Music floats away on the air; sleep comes and goes; even lice (luckily) leave your scalp. Embracing impermanence with whimsy and wonder, Alemagna's quiet appreciation of life's ephemeral moments will leave young philosophers pondering deep thoughts.
"The oldest man to run a marathon, Fauja’s achievements will inspire readers of all ages. I learned so much from his story: to be kind; persevere; take care of mind, body, and spirit-—and don’t let anybody tell you what you can’t do!" – Eugenia
From butter and grass to a live rabbit and a vacuum, a desperate family tries every trick they (and the internet) can invent to remove gum from a child's hair before picture day in Adam Rex's riotous, laugh-out-loud tall tale of woe.
"Barnabus is a failed project, but he and the other failed projects still deserve to exist! Read all about their daring escape from the lab in this stunning picture book from the The Fan Brothers. This might be their cutest story yet!" – Staci