Tammy Fortune’s Alpacas Don’t Get Angry! is a great choice for exploring emotions with young readers. Fun cartoon illustrations lift the mood.
With pastel illustrations and an elegant text, Hope, written and illustrated by Matthew Cordell, tells the tale of life’s passage.
Full of intrigue and excitement, and with loads of silly humor, Mystery on the Ostrich Express is an exciting read for elementary-school children.
This hilarious book, Didi Dodo, Future Spy: Double-O Dodo, is a fun and exciting read for kiddos who love mysteries and to laugh.
With funny but sweet language and clever illustrations, Eoin McLaughlin’s The Hug is the perfect story for bedtime or storytime.
Fox and Rabbit is a story of friendship centered on the adventures of a fox and a rabbit who have very different personalities.
Told with side-splitting humor, Don’t Call Me Fuzzybutt! explores the consequences of acting without thought and speaking in anger.
The True Stories of Animal Heroes Series, by Vita Murrow, is based on real-life animal tales, discover that not all heroes wear capes.
Thanks to the entertainment level and the rhyming literacy skills it encourages, Do Ants Wear Pants? makes a great at-home or classroom read-aloud.
The Lobster and the Elephant encourages both adventure and kindness while also imparting the message that there is no place like home.