I Am You: A Book About Ubuntu, by Refiloe Moahloli and Zinelda McDonald, celebrates the small things that connect us.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
Learn how people celebrate Chinese New Year in northwest China in Playing with Lanterns, by Wang Yage and Zhu Chengliang.
A restless cub wonders why he must go to bed in Winter Lullaby, written by Dianne White and illustrated by Ramona Kaulitzki.
Learn the difference between a house and a home in A Home Again, by Colleen Rowan Kosinski and Valeria Docampo.
Explore the world from a cat’s point of view in Caldecott Honor author/illustrator Brendan Wenzel’s Inside Cat.
Halloween is quickly approaching. Below are some books to get you into the holiday mood. All synopses are provided by the publishers.
Discover ways to help protect the Earth in Rana DiOrio and Addy Rivera Sonda’s What Does it Mean to Be Green?
A squirrel’s life gets turned upside down when his favorite leaves start disappearing in Alice Hemming and Nicola Slater’s The Leaf Thief.
Before We Sleep, by Giorgio Volpe and illustrated by Paolo Proietti, follows a fox and a dormouse as they play during the change of seasons.
A boy learns that books aren’t quite as boring as he previously thought in The Library Book, by Gabby Dawnay and illustrated by Ian Morris.