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Cover: Touch the Sky

Touch the Sky

“This is a wonderfully engaging and supportive must-read about personal growth through persisting, trying again, succeeding, and helping others pitched perfectly to resonate with the target audience’s age, context, and interests. Reviewer Rating:… View →

 
Cover: Pet Tech

Pet Tech

“Pet lovers and those interested in applications of science in the real world will enjoy this clever book. Reviewer Rating: 4”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: The Great Wolf Rescue: Saving the Red Wolves

The Great Wolf Rescue: Saving the Red Wolves

“[O]ffers a thoughtful perspective on the value of returning these magnificent animals to their historic habitat. . . Give this to animal lovers and the conservationally minded reader. Reviewer Rating: 4”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Eating My Words: And 128 Other Poems

Eating My Words: And 128 Other Poems

“Teachers will no doubt love these instructional aspects of the book, but children will appreciate the amusing poems themselves . . . With kid-friendly subjects like pets, school, and family, and colorful cartoony illustrations, readers are sure to find plenty to tickle their funny View →

 
Cover: Mami King: How Ma Mon Luk Found Love, Riches, and the Perfect Bowl of Soup

Mami King: How Ma Mon Luk Found Love, Riches, and the Perfect Bowl of Soup

“Sorra’s digitally rendered illustrations have a cinematic feel, full of details and expression. . . This is an excellent addition to picture book biography collections. Reviewer Rating: 4”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Haiku, Ew!: Celebrating the Disgusting Side of Nature

Haiku, Ew!: Celebrating the Disgusting Side of Nature

“Brunelle and Patton explore a side of nature that is no less awe inspiring, but rather pondering the beauty of nature, they dig into the disgusting, gross, and sometimes weird aspects of the world around us. . . The pencil-drawn, digitally colored illustrations bring to life the… View →

 
Cover: Grow Your Colors: Planting and Eating Healthy Foods with Sesame Street ®

Grow Your Colors: Planting and Eating Healthy Foods with Sesame Street ®

“Sharing this book with preschoolers will be a joy. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Explore Forest Habitats with Grover

Explore Forest Habitats with Grover

“Teachers will find this book to be supportive in introducing the topic of habitats for a science unit.”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Happy Purim, Grover!

Happy Purim, Grover!

“The recognizable Sesame Street characters of Grover and friends would make this an enticing book for toddlers. This story would be wonderful to use as an introduction to the holiday of Purim for toddlers and early childhood students. Reviewer Rating:… View →

 
Cover: Votes of Confidence, 3rd Edition: A Young Person's Guide to American Elections

Votes of Confidence, 3rd Edition: A Young Person's Guide to American Elections

“Great to keep in any young adult library, and an excellent addition to any civics, history or government class. Very well done to help educate our young people on why politics and voting play a significant part in American society. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Wildfire: The Culture, Science, and Future of Fire

Wildfire: The Culture, Science, and Future of Fire

“Anderson explores the science of wildfires and the history of policies and attitudes towards wildfires. She examines the connection between climate change and wildfires, and looks at the people and technology available to fight fire . . . an excellent resource for research.… View →

 
Cover: Bionic Animals

Bionic Animals

“A book that incorporates science, conservation, and zoology in a tale that will greatly appeal to young animal lovers. Suitable for science classrooms and school libraries. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: My First Dino-Boarding

My First Dino-Boarding

“This short rhyming story will intrigue little minds who love movement, dinosaurs, and thrill seeking sports Reviewer Rating: 4”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Tyrannosaurus Tsuris: A Passover Story

Tyrannosaurus Tsuris: A Passover Story

“This beautifully serves up the value that the most important part of seder is gathering together with others. Even those who don’t celebrate Passover will be pleased that the dinosaurs act upon the truth that all of their tsuris can be resolved by communicating and sharing.… View →

 
Cover: Best Believe: The Tres Hermanas, a Sisterhood for the Common Good

Best Believe: The Tres Hermanas, a Sisterhood for the Common Good

“A good educational book that introduces children to the activism of these three ladies. Great for reading anytime during the year, or during Hispanic heritage month. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Men of the 65th: The Borinqueneers of the Korean War

Men of the 65th: The Borinqueneers of the Korean War

“This book is rich in detail from specific soldiers’ experiences, as well as photographs and facts. It will be a welcome addition to history shelves. Reviewer Rating: 4”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: The First Invasion: Book 1

The First Invasion: Book 1

“A delightful, fast-paced adventure that entertains young readers with its action, humor, and relatable characters . . . a perfectly enjoyable read for middle-grade audiences seeking a fun escape into a world of aliens, robots, and unlikely heroes. Reviewer Rating: View →

 
Cover: Coding Camp Chaos: Book 3

Coding Camp Chaos: Book 3

“This story delivers a vibrant graphic novel adventure for young readers, seamlessly weaving together summer camp fun with the introduction to essential coding concepts. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Next-Level Competition: Book 4

Next-Level Competition: Book 4

“The characters are relatable and the plot is exciting, making this a book that kids will enjoy from start to finish. . . a great book for kids who are interested in coding, robotics, or just looking for a fun and exciting read. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Weed: Cannabis Culture in the Americas

Weed: Cannabis Culture in the Americas

“Donohue wants to set the record straight on the positive aspects of this much maligned plant. . . The book is written in a conversational tone making it accessible for teenagers who are curious about cannabis. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: The Color of Sound

The Color of Sound

“This is great for exploring the complex world of neurodivergence, specifically as it relates to synesthesia, a real life fascinating condition that allows people to experience unrelated sensory experiences at the same time. Reviewer Rating:… View →

 
Cover: A Pocketful of Stars

A Pocketful of Stars

“This is a heartbreaking—and mending—story that will resonate well beyond the last page. Reviewer Rating: 5”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Piece by Piece: Ernestine's Gift for President Roosevelt

Piece by Piece: Ernestine's Gift for President Roosevelt

“This inspirational story celebrates a young girl’s creativity and ingenuity during a challenging time in American history. Recommended for elementary school library collections.”—Children’s Literature View →

 
Cover: Changemakers in Music: Women Leading the Way

Changemakers in Music: Women Leading the Way

“This is a short book about how women have served as trailblazers in making music and changing the music industry to be more inclusive. This book covers notable greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Marion Anderson, Dolly Parton, Evelyn Glennie and Sarah… View →