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Valentine’s Day is coming and so is author Eve Bunting’s latest picture book, Mr. Goat’s Valentine.

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Kyle Keeley and his teammates, Miguel, Akimi, Sierra, and Haley are back. Kyle and his friends have become celebrities, starring on television commercials for Luigi L.

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The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor’s full-page, bordered illustrations are composed of bright colors like the tiled floors of Mediterranean homes, adding great depth to these retold ta

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“The Mowgli stories are entertaining and well paced and likely to entrance a new generation of readers.”

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Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye written by Tania Del Rio and illustrated by Will Staehle stands out among its peers in the young adult/children’s category of adventure stories.

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This book is not for the uninitiated in comics or graphic novels of either today or those past.

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Young children have always been among the most vulnerable members of society, and yet they have not always been regarded as such.

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“undeniable charm of Kinney’s art.  . . . hilarious. . . . remarkable. . . . good comic timing.”

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Willy's Stories, written and illustrated by Anthony Browne, is not your typical children’s book.

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Here's the premise of The Finger Sports Game: draw a face on the tip of one or more of your long fingers, then stick it through the hole(s) to pretend you are the head of the body

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Eric Carle has sold in excess of 40 million copies of his 70 plus books. Remarkably, at 86, he is still creating.

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If ever a story cried out to be conveyed as a graphic novel it’s this one.

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As almost any child from a Jewish home can attest, sometimes all the hooplah surrounding Christmas can make Hanukkah seem pale by comparison—even if you do get eight presents for Hanukkah. 

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Children's picture books with photographs are often jarring and quickly dated. Not so with The Reindeer Wish.

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Ed Vere’s Max the Brave is reminiscent of P. D. Eastman’s Are You My Mother? Told in a similar style to Mr.

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The board book Owl Howl by Paul Friester and Philippe Goossens has been translated from the German and into English by Erica Stenfalt—and thank goodness!

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Lenny & Lucy, written by Philip C. Stead and illustrated by Erin E.

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The Little Water Sprite was first published in 1956. By today’s standards, precious little happens in this coming of age tale about a young, curious water sprite.

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The Marvels by Brian Selznick, author and illustrator of The Invention of Hugo Cabret, is a multilayered masterpiece in which the illustrated story tells of a theatrical family, t

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Author Adam Mansbach calls his international bestsellers Go the Fuck to Sleep and You Have to Fucking Eat (both reviewed in NYJB) “obscene fake children’s books.” The inspiration

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"ideal for a story time . . ."

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“What was the point of being different if you couldn’t be special?”

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Anna Llenas’ The Color Monster: A Pop-up Book of Feelings is an adorable book for ages 3–7.

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“Imaginary friends are like books. We’re created, we’re enjoyed, we’re dog-eared and creased, and then we’re tucked away until we’re needed again.”  

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“Witches have come a long way since 1957. None will win readers’ hearts as thoroughly as this classic.”

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