The theme of desperately wanting a pet is not new to children's books, but it takes a different form in I Love Cats!, the follow-up to Stainton and Staake's I Love Dogs!. What is
The Very Very Very Long Dog is a Harry the Dirty Dog meets Captain Underpants picture book that will appeal to dog lovers and readers who enjoy a good laugh about butts a
Chronicle likes to push the envelope, and in this case, it is covered with hearts—or maybe not. The point of the book is that a stereotypical Valentine is not what the author wants to deliver.
NY is for New York is not your average alphabet book.
The Wind in the Willows has been enchanting readers both young and old since it was first published in 1908.
It’s that time again . . . time for that horrid Grinch to try to ruin Christmas. In Dr.
STEM books are hot topics now and every parent wants their child to be a mathematical whiz, if not a genius.
Some early reading books can lack color and personality while teaching early language skills and concepts. But when Elephant and Piggie are involved, fun is never in short supply.
“It is touching to make the realization that, when all else fails, one will never be alone while there exists a moon.”
“This is one fun, lively, and attractive book.”
Innovative design combines with traditional story telling in the sweet and simple The Quiet Crocodile.
“a treasure to enjoy with your children and grandchildren . . . should become a family heirloom . . .”
While most children readily acknowledge the presence and existence of God and His place in their lives, it is another matter altogether for them to understand God’s place in religion.
“a very good book.”
“This children’s story based on the characters created by Chris Carter will make fans of a new generation.”
Elaborate and detailed illustrations dominate this story of a grumpy girl named Ivy and the lonely little raincloud who befriends her.
“a super-engaging and thoughtful book, just fine for a quick and casual read, but better for a lingering one.”
What’s life like inside a fashionable apartment building in New York City?
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.
Walter Benjamin (1892–1940) was a German philosopher with controversial theories about everything from art, literature, politics, economics, and the gamut in between.
Zachary J. Warthog finds a mysterious box on his doorstep.
“a treasure that will lure a new generation of readers, rendering them life-long fans of Pettson and Findus.”
“This story is a gem, rich with artistry and meaning.”
Author and illustrator Roger Duvoisin (1900–1980) was a Swiss artist who immigrated to the United States in the late 1920s.
“a very readable and enjoyable picture book.”