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: Early Readers
BeeBop: The Honeybee Wannabee Hero is a sweet and instructive story, perfect for teaching about bullying, family, and belonging.
Caldecott-winning author-illustrator Matthew Cordell discusses the Cornbread and Poppy series and building a cozy and entertaining world.
Co-authors AC Bradburn talk about their beautiful new book Dancing with Cara: The Rainbow Stories, the story, the music, and the animations!
Dancing with Cara, by A. C. Bradburn and Ivy Trazsi, is a beautiful, dreamy collection of stories, perfect for shared reading.
Treasures of the Tide, by Lucy Mettler, is a heart-warming, life-affirming story for teaching young readers about loss and remembrance.
The eighth book in the successful Math Kids middle-school series, An Artificial Test, takes readers to the next level of math.
Join us on the virtual book tour for Sandrine Marlier’s mindful picture book Odette’s Alphabet, a story that offers a map to handle big emotions with kindness.
Like your kiddo’s favorite food, Bread and Jam for Frances will be an early reader book they’ll want to devour morning, noon, and night.
Christmas Land, by Amber and Davina Bernardi-Kim, is a magical Christmas story with some important lessons about empathy and cupcake consumption.