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Glasses, Ann Gwinn Zawistoski, is an adorable book that shows children the

The ever-popular Percy Jackson and the Olympians series is the best selling

Just over a year ago, we reviewed Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon.

From a bedtime book for the youngest readers, to a classic tale of bravery and transformation, these are the picture books that we feel represent the best of January.

LOREDANA CUNTI is a writer and producer of children’s entertainment. A mother of two, she lives in Toronto developing ideas for food, family, and fiction.

Lovers of fantasy will revel in the world of FURTHERMORE, likely reading the story several times just to be immersed in such a colorful, exciting world.

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LOREDANA CUNTI is a writer and producer of children’s entertainment. A mother of two, she lives in Toronto developing ideas for food, family, and fiction.

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Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal is unconventional, crazy, and lovely. It beats any self-motivational or meditative text I have before encountered.

Angie Harris helps both parents and children recognize and positively manage their ever changing emotions in Mad to Glad.

Carole P. Roman’s latest picture book compels readers to look for the silver lining, no matter how big or small the problem.

I'm the Happiest, by Anna Shuttlewood, is an excellent example of how appreciating the good qualities of others can make you feel good.

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