Poet M.H. Clark’s heartfelt words combine with illustrator Beya Rebaï’s colorful artwork in an expressive and inspirational picture book, Over and Over.
Gardnes Are For Growing, by Chelsea Tornetto, is an illustrated picture book—a father teaches his young daughter the simple pleasures of the garden and life.
Chelsea Tornetto discusses Gardens Are For Growing, where the idea for the book first blossomed, and the simple pleasures of life.
My Dad, My Rock is a delightful book for sharing, and perfect for Father’s Day. Pencil illustrations in soft shades add a dream-like quality to the story.
Are you ready for some unexpected silliness? Come along with author Connie Bowman on the awareness tour for There’s an Elephant in My Bathtub.
While many kids might dream of trading in their parents (or vice versa!), this charming book shows that the grass isn’t always greener in the other backyard.
Get to know The Train of Lost Things from Ammi-Joan Paquette’s novel The Train of Lost Things—a magical story about a boy’s love for his dying father and his journey to the mythic Train of Lost Things.
This series takes the everyday and makes it magical for parent and child.
Check out Josh Bledsoe’s Selfie with Hammer and Nails, the story of a little girl and her dad.
This delightful touch-and-feel book is sure to be a hit with babies and toddlers. It features easy prose, colorful pictures and popular zoo animals.