With its cast of diverse characters and relatable situations, the latest Honeycake book focuses on understanding and accepting disability.
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The Science Playground, by Suprana, is a fun and accessible text for combining science learning with social-emotional instruction.
Fingerprints of God. by Melanie Burgess, is a beautiful text for teaching young readers about the Christian idea of creation.
Christmas is an exciting time of year filled with wonder and enchantment, making Bethlehem Barn a perfect addition to the holiday season.
Do the Voices encourages readers and listeners to transform their imaginative interpretations of characters into silly voices as they read.
The Ghostly Adventures of Jamie C. O’Hare: The Church Tower is a good old-fashioned ghost story in the best tradition of old-fashioned ghost stories.
Elephants are Not Artists is a story about what art is and what it means to be artistic. It is also a story about believing in yourself.
Mrs. Rabbit’s Friendsgiving Dinner, by Carole P. Roman, is a cheerful and thoughtful addition to any holiday story collection.
Sloane Rules! is a witty take on the theme of new siblings, great for helping young readers prepare for this significant change in their lives.
Pug Monster Gallery, by Charles Muir, is a fun, funny, and entertaining coloring book sure to delight dog-lovers and horror fans.