Here are our recommendations for the youngest readers in your life.
For the love of a tree.
Create happy memories reading this beautiful and captivating book about true animal stories from the beloved English country veterinarian.
Three guinea pigs get along fine until one of them gets a pair of snazzy glasses...
Cora is sick of routine and wants a dog, but her fairy godmother sends her a crocodile with his own schemes!
In Lines, we watch a skater dance across the pages. Of course, there's something larger going on, but you'll have to read through the pictures to find out what!
When Colette moves to a new neighborhood she's worried about being accepted. But a quest for her "lost pet" brings her more than she could've dreamed.
A sweet, humorous story of perception and the confusing, ongoing search for identity.
The Statue of Liberty is the beacon greeting those who arrive in New York. But what does she truly stand for? Zooming in for a look at her (enormous) right foot reveals a message of acceptance in this moving and inspiring look at the history and meaning of the Statue of Liberty.
Moose wants to stay by his person's side always, but he's not allowed at school! Or is he?
Early in the morning, Bao and his father leave their house to go fishing. This quiet book is beautifully illustrated.
When a child is thrown out of the house by their mother, they have no choice but to explore. What starts off as a do-nothing day turns into everyday magic as they explore. The illustrations are full of depth, detail, and flashes of surprising color.
When an Antlered ship arrives in the harbor, Marco wonders if a journey would bring him the answers he yearns for. Beautifully, wistfully illustrated, with plenty of adventure, this book is sure to satisfy. Even the slipcover feels weather-worn and salty!
Labor activist Mother Jones leads a children's march to Teddy Roosevelt's home.
The Bradford Street Buddies are having a block party, and their parents have planned a surprise. What is it?! Hint: It involves dinosaurs!
Dot and Jabber, mouse detectives, must solve the mystery of the disappearing bugs! A clever introduction to camouflage in nature.
When Houndsley invites Catina to canoe, she talks the whole time! When Catina invites Houndsley to go biking, he refuses! What’s wrong with these friends?
To save his village, young Arthur travels to the land of the Vikings, his quest bringing him face to face with Norse gods and mythical creatures in this lushly illustrated adventure.
The sweet nighttime adventures of a fawn plush, a dog, and a mouse will charm young readers.
The Great British Bakeoff meets Dr. Who in this quirky graphic novel of a televised intergalactic bake-off!