Discover designer behind some of Hollywood’s most iconic looks in Dressing Up the Stars: The Story of Movie Costume Designer Edith Head.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
A girl plucks the stars out of the sky until there are none left in When Molly Ate the Stars, by Joyce Hesselberth.
From the author/illustrator team behind The Storybook Knight comes a musical bedtime tale in Blue Baboon Finds Her Tune.
Author/illustrator Mo Willems’ famous bird is back in his eighth picture book — The Pigeon Will Ride the Roller Coaster!
Explore the oceans and the creatures that live in it in author/illustrator Joanna Rzezak’s new picture book, 1001 Fish.
A little ferry learns that being herself is her greatest strength in A Little Ferry Tale, a new picture book by Chad Otis.
Big and Small and In-Between, by Carter Higgins and Daniel Miyares, celebrates the extraordinary, minuscule and everything in the middle.
In her follow-up to This Book Is Gray, author/illustrator Lindsay Ward explores tints and shades with Pink Is Not a Color
If you’re craving an adventure, the following picture books let you explore without ever leaving the comfort of your house.
A girl learns to cope with her parents’ divorce in Thursday, a new picture book by Ann Bonwill and Kayla Harren.