Nicci Belter’s What’s New Inu? One Wild Critter is a charming addition to the early reader genre, combining fiction and non-fiction in a satisfying narrative.
Browsing: Forest Animals
A delightfully musical tale that will have young readers up and dancing to the music in no time, EAR WORM is a unique and playful forest tale.
Matthew Forsythe’s Pokko and the Drum hits the spot for wit and wonder—it’s sure to become a favorite for fans of Jon Klassen.
Multi-award-winning illustrator and author David Litchfield talks about his artwork in Cress Watercress, a novel written by Greogory Maguire.
Poems for Little Creatures from the Very Big Wood, by Anne Marie Brown, introduces readers to the animals that inhabit the Very Big Wood.
Annelouise Mahoney, creator of the bedtime picture book Julius and Macy: A Very Brave Night, gives us a peek inside her studio.
With adorable animals, adventure, and a touch of mystery, HOME AGAIN, the final book of the Heartwood Hotel series, is as sweet and satisfying as a well-baked acorn cake.
Deborah Freedman is a trained architect who now works as an author/illustrator. She is the author-illustrator of Carl and the Meaning of Life.
My Name Isn’t Oof!: Warren the Warbler Takes Flight is a lovely little tale of one bird’s first attempt at flying. It offers a nice introduction to the message of perseverance for young readers ages 3 through 7.
Moon: A Peek-Through Picture Book, by Britta Teckentrup, is a fantastic selection for the child who loves the night sky, or perhaps a class learning about the moon.