Lindsay Ward’s Brobarians is exactly what you’d expect from the title. Sibling rivalry plays out between two boisterous boys with big imaginations.
Browsing: ages 2 & up
“Pug Meets Pig” is very simple at first glance. There are not a lot of words to read, but there’s a lot to gleam contextually.
Playing even a small part in a child’s reading journey is an awesome opportunity, says ‘Busy Builders, Busy Week!’ author Jean Reidy.
Two books about feelings have made their way into our reading lineup — “Lionheart,” by Richard Collingridge, and “All My Treasures,” by Jo Witek.
I’m always excited when I get an email from the publicists at IPG. Their books are often more unique than the usual fare. “Legs: The Tale of a Very Small Meerkat” and “Missing Jack” are no different.
“Calling All Cars” is bright with text that rolls right off your tongue. Sue Fliess packs a lot into her text and Sarah Beise’s illustrations are charming.
“How to Mend a Heart” by Sara Gillingham aims to help children identify and cope with the first moments of heartbreak.