Neil Gaiman wrote a poem based on a film he made about staying warm, with ideas from folks on social media, their memories of being warm. He calls the poem a long green scarf.
“Scroll entices the reader to really look, linger, enjoy, and repeat.”
“How This Book Got Red is a deceptively gentle tale; it’s actually a powerful story of healing that comes from finding the courage to take on righting a wrong.”
Raj Haldar, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling picture book P is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever has released his next picture book entitled This Book I
Irresistibly charismatic Mazie McGear takes us on a bounding tour of her ideas in Mazie’s Amazing Machines. Smart, precocious, preteen Mazie absolutely loves engineering.
“Mo Willems serves up another fun book that will have young readers howling with delight.”
“Always Sisters is a pertinent tool for both adults and children as they learn to communicate and productively process their feelings together after the loss of a loved one.”
See the Ghost: Three Stories About Things You Cannot See is a beginning-reader chapter book from David LaRochelle and illustrator Mike Wohnoutka, the creators of the 2021 Geisel-Award-winn
“a book worth reading with your young child, particularly if they or you are experiencing anxiety. The story is calming and at times beautifully written.”
"droll humor and just the right amount of spine-tingling creepiness. . . . Even the most reluctant reader will be eager to keep these pages turning."
"a warm story with a fresh spin on the much-trodden subject."
“Mona Lisa and the Others is one of the best introductory art history books on the market for young readers.
"For all the young children who don't want to go to sleep, The Midnight Babies acts out their fantasies of staying awake."
“the best thing about Juneteenth is the joyful tone of the narrative, which is conveyed by the artwork. The illustrations are colorful, vibrant, and clear.”
"A pitch-perfect view of family from a child's sensibility."
"A lovely intergenerational story of how to find fun in hard work and how helping others often ends up helping yourself."
"With a light tone and engaging art, McCloskey has put together a book that will encourage both a love of reading and an excitement about discovering the natural world."
"a fun, interactive read that will have children growling and roaring with delight . . . this story invites children to have fun with language itself."
“The addition of The Museum of Lost Teeth to any child’s collection is a no-brainer. It’s sweet. It’s funny. Adults will be happy to read it over and over.
Jane Yolen won hearts with Owl Moon, published in 1987. Since then she has written hundreds of books, including the bestselling rhyming picture book series How do Dinosaurs .
“an invitation to the world of books: words on a page, pages in a book, and books on a shelf in a library waiting to be discovered, picked up, and read.”
Traveling Rose is about a stuffed bunny with OCD. Her first book is called Unraveling Rose.
“Friendship and the idea of new and exciting possibilities open wide the imagination and the idea that if there is something you want to learn, it can be discovered through reading.”
“a keen disappointment”
“It was love at first sight for this magnifique book.”