Bugs and other little critters are some of our world’s most important creatures. Learn more about these tiny beings in these books for kids.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
Arbor Day is fast approaching. The following books celebrate the impact of trees in communities around the world.
Earth Day is this Saturday (April 22), and what better way to celebrate our planet than by sharing books that honor this orb we call home.
Delve into the world of abstract art in The Art and Life of Hilma AF Klint, a biography by Ylva Hillström and Karin Eklund.
Join a trailblazing motorcycle as she defies societal norms in Jessie: Queen of the Road, by Lindsay Ward.
Linus, a new picture book by Stuart Hausmann, celebrates differences and how they can combine to make the world better.
When Things Aren’t Going Right, Go Left, by Marc Colagiovanni and Peter H. Reynolds, encourages readers to let go of their burdens.
An old man and a bird create beautiful music together in Bravo, Little Bird! by Annie Silvestro and illustrated by Ramona Kaulitzki.
Celebrate the beauty and strength of Blackness in You So Black, by Theresa tha S.O.N.G.B.I.R.D. and London Ladd
Learn about one of the major players in the fight for equality in Love is Loud: How Diane Nash Led the Civil Rights Movement.