In these five wonderful picture books, the sea is a source of learning and wonder, exploration and self-discovery.
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The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers is a fantastic introduction to real fairy tales for questioning readers—but not for the faint-hearted!
Looking for books about bees that kids will love? Check out this list of some of the best bee books for kids for some reading as sweet as honey.
An excellent book for a classroom or the junior music enthusiast, A History of Music for Children is a fantastic symphony of musical delight.
Takayo Akiyama’s energetic, cartoon-style illustrations make So You Want to Be a Knight? an enjoyable deep-dive into some of the coolest history out there.
So You Want to Be A Ninja is a massively engaging collection of facts, diagrams, and how-to guides that will have any reader excited!
From iconic sights, landmarks, and attractions, this selection of gorgeous kids’ books about New York City are excellent choices for any young reader.
Come join Tony the T-Rex as he introduces you to his family and gives an insider’s look at what dinosaurs are really about! By dinosaur expert Mike Benton.
These 3 stunning kids books about the ocean are sure to enthrall all and inspire promising marine biologists and environmentalists.
Yuval Zommer has written and illustrated several children’s books, including The Big Book of Bugs, The Big Book of Beasts, and The Big Book of the Blue.