Here are our recommendations for the youngest readers in your life.
The heartwarming story of a small dog, a girl, a magician, and a neighborhood.
Who says princesses can’t wear pretty dresses AND save the day?
Who are these creatures, and where is that lawnmower headed? Told with simple text, this is a fun story for anyone learning to read.
Juana’s favorite thing: her dog Lucas; Juana’s least favorite thing: learning English. Why does she need to learn a language that makes no sense? A humorous, illustrated story based on the author’s own experience.
The first in a new series by the author of Captain Underpants about a part dog, part human crime fighter. This is obviously fun and silly, but why not?
A fun and imaginative book filled the details of changing seasons and the life of bugs!
Four friends are on a bird hunt, but their failures reach comic proportions.
Two turtles find a hat. But there is only one hat. And there are two turtles. And they both look swell in the hat. Whatever will they do?
Bear is a piano prodigy and travels the world performing, but he still misses the forest he calls home.
our typical troglodyte child is spending his days glued to his phone, tablet, and game box. Who can shake things up and get Tek out into the big beautiful world?
Penny can't wait to meet her mother's boss POTUS. But who is POTUS, anyway?
In this masterful picture book, a family flees their homeland in the face of war. Without showing any direct violence (just a menacing figure), Sanna tells a universal story.
This is a beautiful, quiet book of winter and its first snowfall.
A tongue-in-cheek (and accurate) introduction to physics for your baby.
Reminiscent of Eric Carle yet decidedly original, Wenzel’s sparse, poetic text and stunning illustrations make They All Saw a Cat one of the year’s best picture books.
In the Eisner-winning graphic novel Little Robot, New York Times bestselling author Ben Hatke brings his signature sweetness to a simple, moving story about friendship and overcoming fears that will appeal to readers of all ages.
Peek over her shoulder as she draws the story of a brave young girl, a three-headed monster, and an impossibly wide world of adventure. Whether read aloud to a toddler or discovered by a young reader, Liniers’ celebration of the creative process is sure to make everyone want to bring out their pencils.
Claudette and her team are back in their second adventure. This time they’re facing down none other than the dragon who defeated Claudette’s father. To make things worse, some pesky princes and an evil sorcerer are getting in the way. This dynamic sequel is sure to be snatched up by excited adventurers!
Whimsical illustration and engaging prose perfectly capture the spirit of e. e. cummings’s unique style of poetry in this enchanting picture book biography.
What is it like to be an immigrant? What would you bring to a new country? Fun and thoughtful, and filled with charming illustrations.
Hilarious poems of childhood—perfectly illustrated by Roz Chast. A celebration of the humor of everyday topics.
Which instrument to choose when there are 88 to choose from? A fun introduction to musical instruments and the sounds they make.