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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.”

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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

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At the outset of K.H. Saxton’s The A&A Detective Agency: The Fairfleet Affair, “the biggest scandal . . . in decades” initiates in the small New England town of Northbrook: Dr.

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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.

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“Mo Willems serves up another fun book that will have young readers howling with delight.”

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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.”

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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

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“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.”

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"droll humor and just the right amount of spine-tingling creepiness. . . . Even the most reluctant reader will be eager to keep these pages turning."

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"a warm story with a fresh spin on the much-trodden subject."

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Mona Lisa and the Others is one of the best introductory art history books on the market for young readers.

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"For all the young children who don't want to go to sleep, The Midnight Babies acts out their fantasies of staying awake."

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“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.”

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"A pitch-perfect view of family from a child's sensibility."

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"Children deserve better than this and so does philosophy."

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“One morning Hugs the puppy woke up early.

His mother and father and all his sisters were

still sleeping. Quietly he tiptoed outside. There

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"A lovely intergenerational story of how to find fun in hard work and how helping others often ends up helping yourself."

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"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."

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"a fun, interactive read that will have children growling and roaring with delight . . . this story invites children to have fun with language itself."

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“In Have a Slice Day author Nancy Krulik has created a silly but memorable introduction to the concept of fractions. Charlie Alder’s lively illustrations add to the fun.

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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.

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“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.”

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"Young readers will laugh at Square even as they cheer him on."

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“In another droll addition to their Shapes Trilogy, Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen give us the story of Triangle.”

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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 .

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