A girl dreams of stargazing in Ada and the Galaxies, by Alan Lightman and Olga Pastuchiv, and illustrated by Susanna Chapman.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
Everyone’s favorite childhood poem gets a new twist in Twinkle Twinkle Little Kid, by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Molly Idle.
Three generations travel to the end of the earth in Where Three Oceans Meet, by Rajani LaRocca and Archana Sreenivasan.
Follow the lifecycle of a hummingbird in Paul Meisel’s delightful picture book My Tiny Life by Ruby R. Hummingbird.
Introduce children to a world of buzzing, hives, honey, and much more in Joanna Rzezak’s picture book 1001 Bees.
Wishes, written by Mượn Thị Văn and illustrated by Victo Ngai, follows a family forced to leave its homeland in search of a better life.
Jon Klassen returns with his familiar deadpan humor in his latest picture book, The Rock from the Sky.
The House of Grass and Sky, by Mary Lyn Ray and illustrated by E. B. Goode, follows the ups and downs of a house through time.
There is a Rainbow is inspired by the rainbows people placed in their windows as a symbol of hope during the coronavirus pandemic.
Familiar nursery rhymes are reimagined for young feminists in What Are Little Girls Made Of? by Jeanne Willis and Isabelle Follath.