Sandra Morris’ North and South: A Tale of Two Hemispheres explores how animals adapt to the seasons in both hemispheres.
Browsing: ages 5 & up
March is Women’s History Month. To help you celebrate, here are some recently released books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
Kate Messner and Christopher Silas explore the rainforest in the fourth book of their Over and Under series, Over and Under the Rainforest.
If the cover of Sunshine: A Story About the City of New York looks familiar, that’s because it is. It’s by Madeline creator Ludwig Bemelmans.
Sophie Blackall’s If you Come to Earth is a visually arresting picture book features children from all walks of life.
Butterflies Belong Here: A Story of One Idea, Thirty Kids, and a World of Butterflies is a book that sticks with you.
A Korean girl and her grandmother bond over fears and love of the natural world in The Ocean Calls: A Haenyeo Mermaid Story.
The little-know tale of Liban, the Mermaid Saint comes to life in Rónán and the Mermaid: A Tale of Old Ireland, by Marianne McShane and Jordi Solano.
If you and your kids have had enough with “home school,” one, or all, of these books from Candlewick Press might be a good middle ground for your family.
It’s time for another round of In Case You Missed It. These are picture books I received for review but was unable to review because of time constraints.