Discover the history of airborne adventures — from birds to planes and everything in between — in Sky High: A Soaring History of Aviation, by Jacek Ambrozewski.
Browsing: ages 8 & up
Explore the human body through interactive paper cut-outs in Paper World: Human Body, by Templar Company and illustrated by Gail Armstrong.
Three Tasks for a Dragon, by Eoin Colfer and P.J. Lynch is a story of knights, quests, dark magic and a dragon.
Spin to Survive: Pirate Peril, by Emily Hawkins, is a choose-your-own adventure that transports readers into the past and onto the high seas.
Travel to southernmost continent in Around Antarctica: Exploring the Frozen South, by Tania Medvedeva and illustrated by Maria Vyshinskaya.
Caldecott Medalist Jason Chin explores the smallest building blocks of life in The Universe in You: A Microscopic Journey.
These holiday books range from Christmas to Hanukkah to the celebrating the new year and would make a great addition to your library.
Each year, Cracking the Cover compiles a list of books that make great gifts. These picture books were published and/or reviewed in 2022.
Mathematics and poetry collide in Counting in Dog Years and Other Sassy Math Poems, written by Betsy Franco and illustrated by Priscilla Tey.
These picture books — for 4-8-year-olds and 9 and up — make poetry accessible and may even inspire young readers to create their own.