Book List:28 titles
  • An acclaimed author and a #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator team up to bring us a funny, warm, and utterly winning chapter book that follows, day by day, the first hundred days in one first grader's classroom.In just one hundred days, Harry w...


  • The beloved characters from Sydney Taylor's All-of-a-Kind Family return in this heartwarming picture book from a critically adored team--perfect for Hanukkah gift-giving Acclaimed author Emily Jenkins (A Greyhound, a Groundhog) and Caldecott Awar...


  • Step into a wintry forest where seven iconic fairy tales unfold, retold with keen insight and touches of humor. There once was a frozen forest so cold, you could feel it through the soles of your boots. It was a strange place where some kisses bro...


  • Romy wants to go to Princessland, where all girls are princesses. In Princessland, there are castles and royal balls, sparkling rivers and flower crowns. Romy’s pet, the Lady Cat, promises to take her there. They spend the day climbing trees, danci...


  • From a heavyweight author and illustrator duo comes a delicious tongue twister of a picture book that features a little round greyhound and a little round groundhog. With very spare, incredibly lively language, this is an entertaining read-aloud, ...


  • Tiger and Badger are the very best of friends -- even when they don’t get along. Tiger and Badger are best friends. Of course, sometimes even very best friends can get into disagreements -- over a toy, or a chair, or even sharing some orange sl...


  • There are lots of frightening things out there. Witches. Trolls. Sharks. The DARK! But nothing seems as scary once you turn on the light. In this hilarious picture book, a boy and his two dogs go through a list of all the things, both real and ima...


  • From highly acclaimed author Jenkins and Caldecott Medal"winning illustrator Blackall comes a fascinating picture book in which four families, in four different cities, over four centuries, make the same delicious dessert: blackberry fool. This ric...


  • The adventures of Brooklyn boy Hank Wolowitz and his invisible -- but not imaginary -- friend continue with The Whoopie Pie War, the third book in the Invisible Inkling series by Emily Jenkins. A truck selling ice-cream whoopie pies sets up right...






  • From the first orange glow on the water in the pond, to the last humans and animals running home from an evening rain shower, here is a day-in-the-life of a city park, and the playground within it. A rhythmic text and sweet, accessible images will im...


  • A lemonade stand in winter? Yes, that's exactly what Pauline and John-John intend to have, selling lemonade and limeade--and also lemon-limeade. With a catchy refrain (Lemon lemon LIME, Lemon LIMEADE! Lemon lemon LIME, Lemon LEMONADE!), plus simple m...


  • The thing about Hank's new friend Inkling is, he's invisible. No, not imaginary. Inkling is an invisible bandapat, a creature native only to the Peruvian Woods of Mystery. (Or maybe it is the Ukrainian glaciers. Inkling hardly ever gets his stories ...


  • Here is the third book in the highly acclaimed Toys Trilogy, which includes the companion books "Toys Go Out" and "Toy Dance Party." "A timeless story of adventure and friendship to treasure aloud or independently," raved Booklist in a starred re...


  • The colorful, lively characters in Small, Medium, Large will captivate young readers as they discover the wonderful world of relative sizes--an important stepping stone to learning early math skills and measurement. This book features a double gatefo...


  • The thing about Hank's new friend Inkling is, he's invisible. No, not imaginary. Inkling is an invisible bandapat, a creature native to the Peruvian Woods of Mystery. (Or maybe it is the Ukrainian glaciers. Inkling hardly ever gets his stories str...


  • "From There to Hear: How I Got My Cochlear Implant" is a photograph biography of a young child's hearing journey. Cade and his family share their experience going from hearing aids to a cochlear implant, in a way that is easy for children to understa...


  • LUMPHY, STINGRAY, AND Plastic are back! In this sequel to the hugely successful Toys Go Out, the lovable trio finds that their little girl has left for winter vacation and taken a box of dominoes, a stegosaurus puzzle, and two Barbie dolls -- but not...


  • Like children everywhere, Sugar the cat refuses to eat food she doesn’t like!All children have heard their parents try to threaten, cajole, and guilt them into eating their vegetables. And it’s no different for Leo’s new cat, Sugar. She’s hun...


  • Some people are a little bit STRANGE or a little too LOUD, and  justa little bit SCARY.But I bet, if you knew them,and knew their favorite things,you'd think that maybe, (probably) most people aren't so scary after all....


  • Dumpling is a dog of enormous enthusiasm, excellent obedience skills – and no sense of smell. She doesn't care about flowers, garbage, or any of the other smelly things most dogs enjoy. As a result, Dumpling has no dog friends. With a useless nose,...


  • Triplet Daffodil does not want to be as sweet as a flower, and she is sick and tired of constantly being mistaken for her sisters. With a papier-mache crocodile head and a "Raaa raaa raaa chomp chomp chomp," Daffodil embarks on a day of getting dirty...


  • Have you ever known a child who doesn’t occasionally whine? Or hit, or forget to say please, or refuse to share, or interrupt, or throw a tantrum, or ask for every toy in the store? We may like to pretend otherwise, but these are things small child...


  • “A bit like the great movie Toy Story and a bit like the wonderful Kate DiCamillo book The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. This is a great family book.” —The Washington Post Here is the first book in the highly acclaimed Toys trilogy, ...


  • A new baby changes everything . . . for two dogsFudgeFudge does not like that new animal. Marshmallow does not like it either. Not even a little bit. So begins this forthright, hilarious, and boldly illustrated story about two dogs that see the arriv...


  • It's time for a change -- of clothes!Daffodil had two sisters,and they all three looked alike.People couldn't tell them apart.When Daffodil and her sisters go to parties, Mommy puts them in fancy dresses of different colors so that people will know "...



  • A Barnes & Noble's Winter Discover New Writers pick!   Woodstock was over. The Beatles had just broken up. Sesame Street was new. And people in Cambridge, Massachusetts were getting in touch with their feelings. It was 1970, the year Vanessa Brick w...


  • Three humans and two catsFive creatures live in our house. Three humans, and two cats. Three short, and two tall. Four grownups, and one child (that's me!). In this book of lighthearted comparisons, simple text and warm pictures work together to depi...