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.
Pam Muñoz Ryan’s narrative brilliance and Peter Sís’s evocative illustrations make The Dreamer a must-read that not only entertains but also inspires readers.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a timeless classic that weaves a tale of transformation and renewal, capturing the essence of growth.
From the award-winning author and illustrator Aaron Becker, The Tree and the River is a meditation on time, sustainability, and the human/nature relationship.
Because Barbara, by Sarah Mackenzie and Eileen Ryan Ewen, is a lovely, inspirational biography with an empowering growth-mindset message.
A lovely introduction to both natural history and inclusion, Adi’s Animal Adventures is a celebration of diversity in the natural world.
A Stone Sat Still is thought-provoking, eloquent, and gently humorous, inviting readers and listeners to move seamlessly from one perspective to another.
As Maya Grows in the Natural World shows readers that nature is all around them, all the time, ready to be learned from.
Rosie Revere, Engineer is a triumph in children’s literature, blending humor, imagination, and invaluable life lessons seamlessly.
Joseph S. Newman’s The Loneliest Not Lonely Bear is thought-provoking and heart-warming, perfect for shared discussion.