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“This collection of activities will spark hours of exploration and innovative fun at home or in the classroom.”

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"H is for Haiku is a true treasure, filled with nuggets of joy and gems of delight—a gentle call to pause and pay attention to the small moments in each day."

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“Hitting a nerve that can at times be very raw and complicated, You Are Your Strong is, at its core, an educational resource for early elementary developmental and therapeutic serv

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

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

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P is for Pterodactyl is an alphabet book about words with silent first letters.

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In the third picture book by this talented team, I Am Human teaches both compassion and mindfulness, popular trends in children's books these days.

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Da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur is a clever introduction to art history for very young children.

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“This fascinating and beautifully created book strikes that necessary balance between informing and entertaining—for both parent and child!”

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“delightful and original.”

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The world of a children’s book writer is often spinning in a chaotically counterproductive whirlwind of messy, clumsy pitfalls.

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I Am Enough starts out with beautiful art and rhyming poetic stanzas.

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The five ancient Chinese traditional martial art forms look easy to do, so the heroine of Barbara McClintock’s The Five Forms, chooses to ignore the instruction book’s warning: “Do not att

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Told in the form of a letter from an imaginary planet named Globux to the inhabitants of Earth, Our Beautiful Earth: Saving Our Planet Piece by Piece is an innovative picture book that att

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Originally published in the Netherlands in 2016, this homage to the friendship and careers of the couturier designer Hubert Givenchy and actress Audrey Hepburn does not fare well in translation.

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Paper artist Dennis (Papercut Wilderness, 2017) and children’s activity book writer Hutchinson (Neon Nature Colouring & Sticker Activity Book, 2016), both based in England, ma

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What do an East African oryx, a turquoise-browed motmot, a Malayan tapir, an echidna, and kelp gull have in common?

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Why is an armadillo covered in armor? Just how lazy is a sloth? Why does a beaver chomp through trees? Just what is a binturong?

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