Best-selling illustrator Britta Teckentrup brings reptiles to life in her latest nonfiction picture book, Reptiles Everywhere.
Browsing: ages 6 and up
William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy is retold for a younger audience in Georghia Ellinas and Jane Ray’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Introduce kids to the world of art through the eyes of someone who thinks outside the box in How to Be an Art Rebel.
See our world from a different angle in the interactive and informative Pop-Up Earth by Anne Jankeliowitch, Annabelle Buxton and Oliver Charbonnel.
March is Women’s History Month. To help you celebrate, here are some recently released books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
The Stuff Between The Stars: How Vera Rubin Discovered Most of the Universe tells the discovery of dark matter.
Learn how the Statue of Liberty belongs to all Americans in Let Liberty Rise!: How America’s Schoolchildren Helped Save the Statue of Liberty.
Dr. Nick Crumpton and Lily Snowden Fine are back with their latest Curious Questions About Your Favorite Pets book, Why Do Cats Meow?
Volcanoes explode into your living room in Pop-Up Volcano! by Fleur Daugey, illustrator Tom Vaillant, and paper engineer Bernard Duisit
Exquisite: The poetry and Life of Gwendolyn Brooks is a picture book biography of the first Black person to win the Pulitzer prize.