Learn the story of the woman who revolutionized women’s swimming in Annette Feels Free, a new picture book by Katie Mazeika.
Browsing: ages 5 & up
Stickers and letters. What more could a kid want? So. Many. Letter Stickers. offers 50 pages of different alphabet fonts.
A Dream of Birds, written by Shenaz Patel and illustrated by Emmanuelle Tchoukriel, celebrates a girl’s infatuation with birds.
Introduce your young reader to art through reimagined masterpieces in The National Menagerie of Art, by Thaïs Vanderheyden.
If you’re craving an adventure, the following picture books let you explore without ever leaving the comfort of your house.
The following science-themed picture books for 5- to 12-year-olds will excite readers and encourage them to think and grow.
With summer upon us, now is the time to get out into nature and explore. These books encourage children to make the most of the natural world
Earth Day — April 22 — is fast approaching. The following books encourage young people to protect our planet.
Ultimate Spotlight: Volcanoes, by Sandra Laboucarie and Pierre Caillou, is an interactive look at the inner workings of volcanoes.
March is Women’s History Month. Here are some recently released picture and middle-grade books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.