Mona Lisa in New York is a beautifully written and illustrated book that literally brings art—and New York City—to life in children’s hands!
Author: Trevor Laurence Jockims
Thanks to the wonderful illustrations and the unique organization of the book, Creature Features offers a unique take on the much-beloved dinosaur books.
This book offers a truly sophisticated and inviting discussion of art, making seeing art within galleries and museums into a fuller, more fun experience.
What Adults Don’t Know About Architecture details the metaphorical nature of buildings, the way spaces can make us feel, and the long history of architecture.
An excellent, fun, and engaging book to give to kids that will open up many, many hours of fun and creativity.
Children will love learning about Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and they will engage deeply with what they have learned by completing creative activities.
Weird But True New York City: 300 Bizarre Facts About The Big Apple is a fun book of factoids that can lead to many interesting conversations.
A Girl Named October is a dreamy, profound book. The lead character, October, walks with her companion through the world, speaking of her profound connection.
With pastel illustrations and an elegant text, Hope, written and illustrated by Matthew Cordell, tells the tale of life’s passage.
The Hug Me series of books, in particular Little Bunny and Little Bear, from the Chronicle Books series offer a fun, comforting reading time experience for young board book lovers.