“Should inspire readers to explore more of these amazing-but-true stories and connections.”
“There is some information to be gleaned, but not enough to make the pages worth turning.”
“Inside Out Medieval Castle provides an appealing introduction to a potent fairy tale symbol, bringing it into the real world.”
“accessible in an engaging way, sure to inspire a generation of young scientists.”
“a compelling story”
“Gone Is Gone is worthy of our attention because it covers the topic of species extinction in a far more comprehensive manner than so many other b
“A historical gem . . .”
“Ours to Share encourages kids to be solution oriented, to participate in their communities as positive change agents, and to practice inclusivity as our population continues
“A timely memoir.”
“Struttin' with Some Barbecue provides an important introduction to a musical figure most people won't have heard of, along with the story of her better-known part
Along the lines of the musicals Jersey Boys (Franky Valli and the Four Seasons) and Beautiful (Carol King), the dual biography When Paul Met Artie tells the story of the
STEM books are hot topics now and every parent wants their child to be a mathematical whiz, if not a genius.
13 Art Materials Children Should Know is the latest installment to Prestel’s Children Should Know series.
“bold and beautifully designed . . . eye catching and informative.”
Children will enjoy using the Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary. One can easily flip from page to page learning new words or interesting common words, all the while giggling.
The Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary may sound like the title of a stuffy and ordinary old dictionary, but that’s just not true.
In Paws of Courage: True Tales of Heroic Dogs That Protect and Serve by Nancy Furstinger, readers get a bird’s-eye—make that dog’s-eye—view of the fast-paced lives of military dog
Dorling Kindersley (DK) has come out with a series of children's books that feature braille as well as raised (embossed) and detailed images from front cover to back and throughout each page.
While this engaging middle-grade novel is set in contemporary suburban Los Angeles, it takes readers back to the days when kids actually played outdoors in their neighborhoods from morning to dusk,
Pam Turner is a highly lauded juvenile nonfiction writer, often garnering starred reviews for her work.