“Bravo to Jeanette Winter for this magical little book humming with hope.”
“The message: Too many sweets can make you sick. . . .
“Happy provides ample opportunities for extensive discussion about the expression of emotions—a true, potentially interactive delight for young readers and their caregivers.”
“The lyrical text and colorful illustrations of Emily and Carlo will capture the hearts of young picture book readers.”
“In this story the author captures the chaotic life of most children and their parents.
“Some African American families today broom jump at their weddings in memory of their slave history.
“We can all use a comforting story of love, even—or especially—if it is ripped from a brutal past.”
“Written in kid-speak, this story is sure to amuse and delight the picture book group.”
“Which Side Are You On? provides an educational opportunity through a dramatic and enjoyable story.
Remember Goodnight Moon? Margaret Wise Brown’s classic bedtime tale, published in the late 1940s? Pictures by Clement Hurd?
". . . a gripping story few children today."
“With a flurry of snipping and clipping, Levi Strauss produces pants that last and last.
The Fate of Achilles looks into the opposing forces of human strength and courage versus war and greed.
“This story offers elementary-school educators a lovely opportunity to share an uplifting story set in Kenya. . . .
True to all Scooby-Doo mysteries, A Very Scary Valentine’s Day follows a pattern similar to the other books in the series.
What can you say about a retelling of the Cinderella story starring ponies?
This puffy-reinforced-cover board book counts all the ways that a little girl loves up her baby—her little stuffed animal puppy.
And I Love You is a spare, simple, and tender book about a mommy cat and her kitten.
This lighthearted board book, published in 2007, is a sweet addition to the many parent-child mutual admiration society offerings.
This latest installment in the Clifford the Big Red Dog franchise is a 20-page, 10-spread board book starring Clifford when he was a wee pup.
Who among us has not felt pale and insignificant in comparison to a friend who seems to shine and sparkle in everything she does and with all that she is?
Pets make an indelible impression on the lives of their owners. Their antics and quirks become part of family lore.
The exuberant little Olivia the pig is back, and this time she’s taking it international. When spring vacation arrives, Olivia decides her family needs to spend a few days in Venice, Italy.
This is the ninth collaboration between author Jamie Lee Curtis and illustrator Laura Cornell and it is perhaps the sweetest—but not so sweet as to give you a mouthful of cavities.