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“A brilliant job of engaging even the most reluctant reader, showing how much fun a book can be.”

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“This is an inspired book that will motivate young readers to learn more about orchestral instruments and the wonder of the music an orchestra can make.”

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Henry’s Awful Mistake has remained a beloved bestseller for the 4–8-year-old set for the past 40 years.”

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In Jory John and Pete Oswald’s book, The Couch Potato, we are introduced to a very charming potato who is living his dream life—all from the comfort of his couch. Why leave the cu

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No doubt, Raj Haldar and Chris Carpenter had a ton of fun writing this silly book of a couple dozen or more sentences with homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuations.

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“Everything is groovy by virtue of being me.”

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“The story is simple, with a satisfyingly surprising ending.”

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“lively illustrations and wry humor”

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“Thank You, Miyuki is a treasure.”   

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“The humorous picture book makes a perfect read-aloud for young dog lovers and will certainly solicit a lively exchange among readers about their experiences with new puppies.”

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That Dog! whimsically tells the tale that crime does not pay and showcases that dogs are not only our best friends, but on occasion, they are heroes!”

 

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The Blue Giant by author-illustrator Katie Cottle joins a wave of recent titles—such as The Mess That We Made, We Are the Water Protectors, Save The Ocean, What A Waste—to address

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One of the most important songs ever composed for rock music is the Beach Boys’ Good Vibrations from 1966. Once the Beatles heard the song, they knew they had to ramp up their work.

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Little Fish is a visually compelling book with a story and illustrations that celebrate the wonders of life under the sea.”

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“This lovely picture book is a great addition to any storytime.

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“a delightful take on the new baby trope . . .”

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How to Read a Book is a gem. Children and adults will want to return to it often for its full-hearted celebration of the power of stories, words, and images.”

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“the story follows the normal Cinderella trope until readers reach the unexpected climax, at which young readers get a fresh perspective on what living happily ever after can mean.”

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Brooklyn Bailey, the Missing Dog is a true story. Yotam and Emile are bothers who live with Ima, their mom.

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Malo and the Merry-Go-Round is a feel-good story with wonderful captivating artwork that will be an instant favorite.”

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“An easygoing book to match the easygoing spirit of the sloth as portrayed by Dawnay, If I Had a Sleepy Sloth is a gentle choice to ease into a peaceful naptime.”

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“Makes graduating to big kid pants fun.”

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“As a fairy tale collection, this is similar in style to Hans Christian Andersen. As an artwork collection, it mirrors surreal painters like Leonora Carrington.

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”Sad and beautiful, My Bison is a book to fall in love with, a book to share, a book to help smooth over the sting of loss after investing so much time, energy, and love into somet

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“Clara the Rhino and her tale of friendship and loyalty are sure to enchant readers of all ages, and the entire family will enjoy following Clara’s journey across

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