Book List in Order: 26 titles


  • “A wonderful book about figuring out who we are and who we want to be when we grow up. It’s also about being an American—especially a first-generation American.” —Roz Chast This graphic-novel debut from an acclaimed pictur...



  • In this sweet read-aloud, a little bird in the big city searches for the perfect puddle. Fans of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” will enjoy Little Bird's search for a just-right puddle after a rainstorm. He searches far and wide, but some puddle...



  • Almost everyone has felt anxiety and uncertainty over a friendship. Sophie is looking forward to her first sleepover. She is excited from the tops of her ears to the tips of her toes and has even made a list of all the things she wants to bring...



  • Here's the perfect bedtime read-aloud for the very youngest child. The text is filled with fun noises--"click clack, click clack"--and a repeating refrain--"good night, good night, sleep tight"--that's sure to have kids chiming in as they follow the ...



  • Peter can't do any of the things that his big sister can. She can leap and skip, but he can only crawl. She only cries for very important things -- like scraping her knee -- but Peter cries all the time. She can use grown-up words and count in French...



  • What was it like to grow up Jewish in Italy during World War II? Sit with a little girl as her grandmother tells the story of her childhood in Rome, of being separated from her father, and of going into hiding in the mountains. Based on the experienc...



  • AMELIA IS A VERY BIG BUNNY. At recess, the other bunnies tell her that her feet are too long for hopscotch, they say she’s too tall to jump rope, and of course, no one will get on the seesaw with her. Amelia is a very big and lonelybunny. But when ...



  • Thirteen-year-old Pia doesn't know her father, but she desperately wants to meet him. So she sends a letter to his home in far-off Italy. After she mails that one little letter, Pia's world turns upside down. But as she explores art, poetry, and New ...



  • Sam and Hannah know how to have fun together. But then Hannah gets a new doll named Baby.Baby goes everywhere with Hannah. When they play school, Hannah calls on Baby, not Sam. When they play jukebox, Baby gets to sing before Sam.Sam doesn't like Bab...







  • For quite some time, Jim's entire life revolved around the game of basketball and nothing could take his mind away from it, but when things begin to change at home, the game becomes just a game as he turns to his Nana for comfort and stories of the p...



  • If you know someone who crawls, this is the book you've been waiting for. Hannah is on her way--and all Mama can do is call, "Come back, Hannah," and go after the speeding explorer. Parents and caretakers of Hannah's contemporaries will chuckle as th...



  • It's a big brown box! Or maybe it's a house with windows and a door. Or a cozy, dark cave. Or a ship on the ocean. But whatever it is, Sam's box is no place for baby brother Ben. There's BIG trouble brewing over the big brown box...until Mama finds ...



  • Celeste and Mama are walking to the market. But here comes Mrs. Green. And then Mrs. Walker. Followed by Mr. Chan. And always Mama has something to say. Talk, talk, talk. Blah, blah, blah. Mama talks too much! (Or so Celeste thinks.)And then Mrs. Cas...



  • Hannah's new sibling is due any day, and Hannah is certain it will be a baby girl. Why? Well, because Hannah already has a little brother. It's very logical, and Hannah has it all worked out. Her baby sister will be named Patsy and she will have red ...



  • Mama is almost home from work! But first the young narrator and her sister and brother have a lot to do. They will set the table and peel the vegetables and get things ready. And when Mama does get home, they have so much to tell her about their day....



  • A young girl finds that the best place to be alone for thinking and playing and drawing is underneath the family coffee table. Young readers will giggle with delight and recognition at this warm, tender, and funny picture book....





  • Summer was over. It was time for Ben to go back to school. But all he could think of were the terrible things that might happen. For instance, what if no one remembered him? What if he forgot to get off the bus on the way home? What if the teacher as...



















  • "Lunch " Sam heard his mother calling. But Sam was very busy. "Just a minute," he called back. Sam wasn't ready in a minute. Sam's mother was about to lose her patience, but when she saw what Sam had been doing, all was forgiven.An ingenous first pic...



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