Take a look at our brand new children's books!
Harrison, Hannah E., author, illustrator.
An alphabet book in which a bear wakes unexpectedly in the middle of winter, and meets a young girl who tries to figure out what he is supposed to be doing.
Koestler-Grack, Rachel A., 1973- author
Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to beavers. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade.
Shaffer, Lindsay, author
Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to brown bears. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade.
Lombardo, Constance, author, illustrator.
Everybody Says Meow! Or do they? Fans of Sandra Boynton and of Jules Feiffer's classic Bark, George will meow, bark, and ribbit when they hear this hilarious picture book about a waggish group of adorable animals that just cannot follow one simple instruction.
Von Innerebner, Jessika, author, illustrator
Even sparkly unicorns that are filled with magical awesomeness and bring glitter and happiness to everything around them can have a bad day.
Shaffer, Lindsay, author
Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to mountain goats. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade.
Tarpley, Todd, author
After crossing raging rivers and tromping through the jungle, Naughty Ninja returns to his secret ninja training camp for lunch. But when he gets inside, his parents tell him he needs a bath. Before Naughty Ninja gets in the tub, he notices poisonous flies and an angry alligator circling his dad, who doesn't even seem to know he's in trouble. Good thing Naughty Ninja is around to save the day! Amid sudsy fun, a boy's imaginary ninja life and his everyday world collide in the ultimate bath time adventure.
Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author
Cassandra does not want to go home from school. She stays after the nice teacher leaves. She stays while the janitor with a tattoo mops the floors. She stays after the slightly scary principal turns off all the lights and goes home. She plays with the clay and reads until after dark, when her mom and dad realize she is missing and come in a panic to take her home.
Nyong'o, Lupita, author
When five-year-old Sulwe's classmates make fun of her dark skin, she tries lightening herself to no avail, but her encounter with a shooting star helps her understand there is beauty in every shade.
Crute, Josh, author
Woody's new kid, Bonnie, creates Forky out of some art supplies, and to the surprise of the toys, Forky came to life. When Forky runs away, Woody goes after him and along the way meets up with an old friend.
Hall, Hannah C.
As brothers Clive and Ian dye Easter eggs and discuss their favorite things about the holiday-the Easter pony . . . or is it a bunny . . . or perhaps an Easter chicken?-Clive explains that Easter is about more than colorful eggs and fluffy bunnies. So why do we celebrate Easter? The answer is as exciting as it is wonderful: because of Jesus!