Wild Places: The Life of Naturalist David Attenborough tells the story of our planet and a man who has dedicated his life to saving it.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
Something, Someday, written by Amanda Gorman and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a message of hope for the youngest of readers.
Small-Girl Toni and the Quest for Gold is a tall tale inspired by the life and works of Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison.
Do You Know Them? is inspired by newspaper ads placed by African Americans who were separated from family by the Civil War, enslavement, and emancipation.
Fighting With Love: The Legacy of John Lewis, by Lesa Cline-Ransome and James E. Ransome, tells the story of a groundbreaking civil rights leader.
My Block Looks Like, by Janelle Harper and Frank Morrison, is a love letter to city and the people who live in it.
Celebrate all the different kinds of love this Valentine’s Day with one of these books for young readers. These are recently released books that help celebrate love.
A child is reminded that memories can be revisited again and again in Today, by Gabi Snyder and illustrated by Stephanie Graegin.
A boy tries to shine on his own in Too Much: My Great Big Native Family, by Laurel Goodluck and Bridget George.
A boy narrates his family’s hike to the peak of Oregon’s South Sister volcano in Climbing the Volcano: A Journey in Haiku, by Curtis Manley and Jennifer K. Mann.