Tales of a Traveling Nurse: Is This My Home? is a picture book that focuses on the work and adventures of traveling pediatric nurse Nanette.
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Filled with scenes that will be familiar to anyone who lives in and loves the woods, First Steps, First Snow evokes the peace of a winter night.
Clementine Gets UNSTUCK is the first in a series to encourage kids to extend their agency from their bodies out into the world by starting a club of their own.
Marty and Lenny, by Tania Woznicki, is a good story and a valuable tool for teaching young people about empathy and kindness.
In this interview, we talk about Laura Smentana’s picture book, Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia is a comforting and supportive text to help kids understand changes.
I Want a Nickname reminds readers that they do not need to change to accommodate the convenience of others—they can be proud to be who they are.
Just in time for summer, Bakaasur – The Ice Cream (Maker) Monster is the perfect read for long, lazy, hot days … that might just end with ice cream!
Asha and Baz Meet Mary Sherman Morgan, Caroline Fernandez, is a fun, informative, and accessible way to explore history and science.
The Crabtree Monsters is an engrossing read with some important messages about family, self-belief, and American society.