Ultimate Spotlight: Volcanoes, by Sandra Laboucarie and Pierre Caillou, is an interactive look at the inner workings of volcanoes.
Browsing: ages 5 & up
March is Women’s History Month. Here are some recently released picture and middle-grade books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
In time for Black History Month, these books are great ways to learn about the Black community’s past, present and hopes for the future.
Fox: A Circle of Life Story, by Isabel Thomas and illustrated by Daniel Egnéus, follows the life and death of a fox.
Meet the newest character in Andrea Beaty and David Roberts’ The Questioneers series with Aaron Slater, Illustrator.
Every Little Kindness, a picture book by Marta Bartoli, celebrates all the little acts that can make a big difference.
Do You Know?: Space and Sky and Do You Know?: Vehicles and Transportation are the latest books in the Do You Know series from Twirl books.
The Girl Who Could Fix Anything: Beatrice Shilling, World War II Engineer tells the story of a woman engineer from Great Britain.
Halloween is quickly approaching. Below are some books to get you into the holiday mood. All synopses are provided by the publishers.
In The Ultimate Book of Animals, by Anne-Sophie Baunmann, readers are introduced to animals familiar and new.