Children

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"Degas: Painter of Ballerinas is an enchanting book that would make a perfect gift for aspiring artists and dancers."

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“Dreaming in Code is an important project, promoting girls’ contributions in science, and an inspiration to young people in search of creative outlets for their un

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“Clear descriptions and beautiful illustrations . . .”

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“It may be hard to love a crocodile but, by taking a humorous approach, Beware of the Crocodile manages to make this fearsome reptile almost endearing.

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When a person is born into a world where the odds are stacked against him/her—and still manages to retire undefeated in his/her prospective field—that person should not be forgotten or overlooked s

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Coco Chanel was an orphan who grew up in a convent in the French countryside. The nuns taught her how to sew. She didn’t like having to brush her hair with one hundred strokes a day.

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"And Charlie began to understand

How Funny and Sad went hand in hand."

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Already generating a ton of pre-press buzz, and rightfully so, Zen Happiness is a book to get excited about!

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“[this] story about Pura Belpré is pura alegría—pure joy!”

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“Daring Dozen is a beautiful tribute to exploration and discovery, commemorating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic lunar landing . . .”

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“A study in innovative storytelling, Another shines with brilliant art and shares a playful tale that provides mirrors and windows for imaginative young readers.”

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“Fantastic Toys will send the reader off on a creative journey that ultimately is not limited to these 11 inventions.”

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“Budding inventors, doodlers, and cartoonists will find much to love in this fun, inspiring book.”

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The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book is an invitation to all children to explore the animal wonders of our oceans.

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“In a clean, straightforward manner, Raud spins a darling story. The message is clear, but not preachy or imparted from a moral high ground.

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“a good job of explaining the mechanics of bridge building”

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At first glance, Why Can’t I Feel the Earth Spinning? seems to be a book of random and interesting STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) facts.

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“The Bluest of Blues represents a win for spotlighting the significant historical contributions of a uniquely talented woman who was gifted with an imagination in

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“Gittel's Journey: An Ellis Island Story is historical fiction at its picture book finest.” 

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The press release for this book reads “Tyson covers all the major concepts in astrophysics, and does so in an accessible but never condescending style.” It is indeed true that the major concepts ar

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“It is hopeful that his book will inspire young readers to learn more about America’s many silent heroes. . . .

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Woke Baby is a book of for the times. “Woke Baby, up before the sun smiles, eyes open./” The illustrated baby of color has two clenched fists and on eye open, one closed.

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“Leonardo's Science Workshop is a book for highly intelligent children who enjoy self-directed science projects.

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“No one was awake to see it except Rickman the cat.”

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