In The Museum of Lost Teeth, Friedland and Jose have provided a punny and engaging book for kids and the grown-ups who read to them.
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Tim DeRoche’s Tales of Whimsy, Verses of Woe has something for everyone and will delight readers who enjoy silly and macabre content!
Christmas is an exciting time of year filled with wonder and enchantment, making Bethlehem Barn a perfect addition to the holiday season.
Can You Spot the Leopard? is a perfect book for any animal lover regardless of age and would make an excellent companion to a classroom unit on African animals.
Tam Tam Gets Mad is a wonderfully enjoyable book about how young children relate to their world. Filled with real-life examples of feelings and emotions
In Love, Maggie Chronicles of 3rd Grade, we are introduced to Maggie Montgomery, an outgoing social butterfly determined to make 3rd grade the best year yet!
Bunny and Carrot Are Best Friends is a wholesome story that would suit any lesson about how to become a friend. An approachable tale!
By combining magic, quests, sorcery, and elements of high fantasy, Emma Bean the Mouse becomes pure escapism, sure to be a hit with readers of all ages.
The Wright Engineers: Inventing the Airplane is an insightful and educational book written to appeal to any middle-grade (or above) reader.
Coney: A Trip to Luna Park, by Jeffrey Lindberg, is a whimsical trip through time to a magical and timeless icon of childhood.