Travel to southernmost continent in Around Antarctica: Exploring the Frozen South, by Tania Medvedeva and illustrated by Maria Vyshinskaya.
Browsing: ages 8 & up
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.
The following science-themed picture books for 5- to 12-year-olds will excite readers and encourage them to think and grow.
Spring is officially here. These are some excellent books just right for celebrating the changing of the season.
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.
Explore the magical and mysterious world of Fungi in Big Picture Press’ fantastic Welcome to the Museum book Fungarium.