The Story of Ferdinand is such an inspiration because of the way it highlights the importance of staying true to yourself and your beliefs.
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.
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In this interview, Carole talks about how she comes up with ideas for her stories and creating Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem.
Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem is a delightful picture book with a social-emotional message that makes it a beneficial tool for classrooms.
THE CHAMELEON’S TRUE COLORS, by Yuliya Pankratova, would be an excellent addition to a child’s library, or to be read in a classroom.
An introvert seeking acceptance from his parents discovers meaningful friendship and a solid sense of himself in New York Times bestselling author Sara Pennypacker’s middle-grade novel, Here in the Real World.
Ged Adamson’s picture books include A Fox Found a Box; Douglas, You Need Glasses!; Shark Dog!; Ava and the Rainbow (Who Stayed); and Bird Hugs!
Aye-Aye Gets Lucky is a fun choice for animal lovers and budding conservationists.
Here are five picture books that will help you learn to be proud of who you are!