"A lovely intergenerational story of how to find fun in hard work and how helping others often ends up helping yourself."
Children’s books come in all flavors: sweet, funny, quirky, boring, and gems only an adult would love. Bear and the Whisper of the Wind falls into that last category.
“The People Remember covers the most ground of any picture book out there regarding Black history.”
“A heartwarming . . . depiction of a close Black family . . .”
“J.D. and the Great Barber Battle is a refreshing slice of life about a small-town kid who discovers he’s gifted in unexpected ways. It’s a fun read.”
“An engaging story with endearing characters and a gentle touch on the larger themes of loss and change make for a valuable read.”
“The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid
This imaginative I Can Read (Fast Fun Reads) is poised to grab the attention of distracted children who might be busy on their devices instead of sitting with a book.
What’s life like inside a fashionable apartment building in New York City?
The team of Heinz Janisch and Lisbeth Zwerger returns with a revision of Stories of the Bible, originally published in 2002.
In Armstrong: The Adventurous Journey of a Mouse to the Moon by author-illustrator Torben Kuhlmann furry and meticulous little Armstrong stands on a stack of boxes and cartons each night,
In the hilarious new picture book called Inspector Flytrap: Book 1 by Tom Angleberger the cerebral Inspector Flytrap is a—well, flytrap.
“. . . a timely book . . .”
“. . . as pleasing as the book is visually and as winning as the concept may be, the story leaves something to be desired.”
Homeroom Headhunters: The Tribe, the first book in a trilogy of children’s novels by Clay McCloud Chapman, addresses the typical middle school student’s personal struggle to fit in at scho
“Wyatt Burp Rides Again (The Adventures of Jo Schmo) definitely qualifies as a ‘best’ children’s book.”
“. . . wordy and a bit cumbersome . . . Thank goodness for artist James E. Ransome.”