Children

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Artist/Illustrator Jean Jullien applies his artistry and distinct observations on routine life situations in a delightful children’s board book entitled Before & After.

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What’s life like inside a fashionable apartment building in New York City?

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Absurd and atypical anecdotes pair up with bewildered drawings in Leonora Carrington’s The Milk of Dreams. A good choice for young readers looking for something different.

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Walter Benjamin (1892–1940) was a German philosopher with controversial theories about everything from art, literature, politics, economics, and the gamut in between.

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Pierre the Maze Detective is a part of a series of sticker books designed by IC4Design that will delight sticker collectors of all ages.

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Zachary J. Warthog finds a mysterious box on his doorstep.

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“a treasure that will lure a new generation of readers, rendering them life-long fans of Pettson and Findus.”

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“This story is a gem, rich with artistry and meaning.”

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Author and illustrator Roger Duvoisin (1900–1980) was a Swiss artist who immigrated to the United States in the late 1920s.

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Dotty’s First Book is a delightful board book for young children that stimulates the senses as they learn colors, numbers, shapes, first words, and opposites.

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“a very readable and enjoyable picture book.”

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This book is a warm tale about sibling rivalry and the importance of family.

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“a charming and very satisfying read.”

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Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow is a fascinating story about friendship and acceptance.

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How to Catch the Easter Bunny  is a delightfully cute story about an Easter bunny named E. B. who is very hard to catch.

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Who knew that a basic, everyday umbrella could be more than a simple shelter from the weather? The five imaginative, fun loving characters in The Green Umbrella certainly did.

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One Lonely Fish is a counting book with a bite! With diecut shaped pages children will be able to count from one through ten in a fun and simple way.

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Whose Poop Is That? This question is asked of readers many times. Can you guess correctly? From the basis of a clump of poop and a paw print, can you guess what animal left its scat?

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The world’s most famous Venus flytrap detective is back on the case in author Tom Angleberger’s latest picture book installment, Inspector Flytrap: The Goat Who Chewed Too Much.

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When an Elephant Falls in Love is an adorable story with a sneak peek into the heart of love’s first nibbles. It is sweet and simple, tender and relatable.

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Rudy, a naively determined and enthusiastically optimistic tree frog, joins the ranks of SpongeBob and Dory as Brian Smith and Mike Raicht team up to deliver another fun and adventurous graphic nov

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The team of Heinz Janisch and Lisbeth Zwerger returns with a revision of Stories of the Bible, originally published in 2002.

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The Cantankerous Crow by Lennart Hellsing and Poul Strøyer is a retelling of a classic Swedish tale from the 1950s.

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Before even opening the book Ship of Dreams by Dean Morrissey, the cover illustration is enchanting, luring, and curiosity piquing, beckoning one to a realm of dreamy fantasy and nostalgia

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Just in time for winter! Cartoonist Chris Britt has created a wonderful, wintery, warm-hearted tale ready for the ranks of Rudolph and Frosty.

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