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.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
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.
Goodnight Ganesha, by Nadia Salomon and Poonam Mistry, celebrates the nighttime rituals of two kids visiting grandparents in India.
Introduce young readers to the animals who know just how to survive in the cold in Polar Animals, by Sandra Laboucarie and by Da-fanny.
A boy fails to take his teacher’s advice and pays for it in Clayton Parker Really Really Really Has to Pee, by Cinco Paul and Gladys Jose.
In School is Cool! a cheerful narrator guides a class of nervous critters through their very first day of school.
A young girl rides the waves of emotions that come with the loss of her grandmother in Helen Kellock’s brilliant Out to Sea.
A museum is transformed into a place of mystery and adventure in Dakota Crumb: Tiny Treasure Hunter, by Jamie Michalak and Kelly Murphy.
Mindi and the Goose No One Else Could See, by Sam McBratney and Linda Olafsdottir explores childhood anxiety.
Are you a line? Or are you a scribble? Don’t know? You will after reading Debora Vogrig and Pia Valentinis’ delightful Line and Scribble.