The tall and thin book, Nano: The Spectacular Science of the Very (Very) Small, draws us in with its warm cover of yellow, red, and teal.
“Instead of focusing on the discrimination Beatrice faced, both words and pictures show the difficulties without focusing on them.
Lobe Your Brain is a colorful book about how your brain works. Although it is laid out like a 32-page picture book, it’s really for older kids, ages five and up.
“A beautiful book with ingeniously engineered pop-up pages.”
Aah, chickens. What a weird and wacky world they are with their strutting, gobbling, pecking, crowing, molting, and roosting.
“An important addition to the growing collection of picture book biographies of women you should know about but probably don’t.”
“light and breezy . . .”
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.
Young children love asking “how” and “why” questions almost as much as they love flipping through lively and colorful picture books.
The April release of this colorful and interesting guide to renewable energy and broader environmental concerns coincides with Earth celebrations around the world, the annual international focus on
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Animals is a wonderful animal reference that will delight children and will entertain them for years to come.