With this fifth graphic novel in the Dog Man series, Dav Pilkey shows no signs of slowing down.
Be prepared for an eerie night-time experience!
“The engaging illustrations, exposure to the world of Beijing, timeless themes, and sweet characters make My Beijing a worthy addition to any library. It’s a keeper.”
It is a difficult task to dive into the sequel to a book that received universal praise and many starred reviews without having read that first acclaimed book.
Humans have long had a love affair with cuddly bears. Think Winnie the Pooh, Baloo from The Jungle Book, and everyone’s wise-cracking favorite, Yogi!
“I want to buy a copy.” “It’s beautiful.” “I love it.” These are direct quotes from book club members who saw an advanced copy of Melissa Sweet’s latest biography for young readers, Some Writer
“African folktales always invite us to talk about how characters behave,” writes acclaimed author Beverley Naidoo in the foreword to her latest title, a patchy collection of stories hailing from ni
“Raymie Nightingale is filled with humor, poignancy, and life-sized lessons.
My Bug Adventure is a funny fill-in by National Geographic that is colorful and potentially very silly. Similar to Mad Libs, funny fill-ins can be played alone or with a partner.
Kyle Keeley and his teammates, Miguel, Akimi, Sierra, and Haley are back. Kyle and his friends have become celebrities, starring on television commercials for Luigi L.
Young children have always been among the most vulnerable members of society, and yet they have not always been regarded as such.
“undeniable charm of Kinney’s art. . . . hilarious. . . . remarkable. . . . good comic timing.”
The Marvels by Brian Selznick, author and illustrator of The Invention of Hugo Cabret, is a multilayered masterpiece in which the illustrated story tells of a theatrical family, t
“What was the point of being different if you couldn’t be special?”
“Imaginary friends are like books. We’re created, we’re enjoyed, we’re dog-eared and creased, and then we’re tucked away until we’re needed again.”
“When did the rules change, she wondered. When did it become bad to be good?”
In this third book in Ms. Warren Smith’s series, we are once again privy to the antics and concerns of nine-year-old Katie Jordan.
“All children who love animals and want to make a contribution to their salvation will love the direction the series is going and will enjoy reading this book.”
Bindi’s Wildlife Adventures series creates a wonderful blend of adventure, suspense, and wildlife conservation.
“Jo Treggiari, in her debut novel for ages 12 and up, provides an apocalyptic tale combining extreme climate change and mutated smallpox of unknown origin.
This is not a diary like the other books in the Wimpy Kid series. As the author points out emphatically, The Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book is a journal.
How cool is it to live at a hotel, especially a grand one built in the 1800s that has a history of stories to tell?
Frank is tired of moving. After living in eight different places in the ten years of his short life, Frank wants to live someplace where he can make lasting friends and stay for a long time.
Why would a 10-year-old boy wish to die in battle? Could a life that has not yet truly begun be so easily forsaken?
A Vampire’s Kiss is a combination of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Twilight, but without real vampires, blood, or age-inappropriate material.