Ablaze with Color: A Story of Painter Alma Thomas is a beautiful and thought-provoking biography for young readers and artists to enjoy. Highly Recommended!
Ajala and the Magical Unicorn Ride is a simple, sweet story about finding one’s inner strength and true self. A lovely story with a lovely message.
Which five words best describe Bear and Fred: A World War II Story?
Iris Argaman: Home. Friendship. Journey. Thread. Loneliness.
Award-winning author Leslie Connor’s new novel, A Home for Goddesses and Dogs, is the story of an eighth-grader who has recently lost her mother and is working through her grief with the support of her aunt and the help of a rascally rescue dog.
I recommend reading the following Holocaust stories with your children. As I said above: We must not forget. We must remember. And we must not repeat!
Which five words best describe Lizzy and the Good Luck Girl?
Susan Lubner: Hope, Signs, Family, Friendship, Cats
All of Us is ideal for family sharing as well as year-round giving and is for fans of Nancy’s Tillman’s Wherever You Are and Alison McGhee’s Someday.
Natalie’s uplifting story of using the scientific process to “save” her mother from depression is sure to take root in readers’ hearts!
Written by the award-winning author of The One and Only Ivan, Katherine Applegate, Wishtree is an inspiring tale of kindness and tolerance told from the perspective of a wise, old red oak tree (216 rings old).
Karen Fortunati’s The Weight of Zero is a story of loss and grief and hope, and how some of the many shapes of love—maternal, romantic, and platonic—affect a young woman’s struggle with mental illness and the stigma of treatment.