Revisiting once again the world of Raymie Nightingale, two-time Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo turns her focus to the tough-talking, inescapably tenderhearted Beverly.
A fisherman and his son encounter a whale entangled at sea in this wordless picture book.
Gyo Fujikawa's iconic children's books are beloved all over the world. Now it's time for Gyo's story to be told in a stunning picture book.
A winsome children’s picture book comparing the rhinoceros and the rhinoceros beetle.
In the tradition of Because of Winn Dixie, a young girl deals with her mother’s suicide in this riveting juvenile novel.
A vividly illustrated picture book teaches children about their refugee counterparts around the world.
A poetic picture book celebrates the surprise of friendship.
A graphic adolescent novel by the author of Wonder tells a story of a grandma who was once a girl in the Holocaust.
Told from the perspectives of a dog and a boy, this touching, short novel for children celebrates the profound bond that can exist between people and their pets.
Kids 8-12 can grow in their faith through meditating on 5-word verses.
A picture book by ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis showcases rich diversity.
A children’s picture book about the Little Free Library movement.
A bright picture book celebrates an African American hymn of freedom.
A laugh out loud picture book teaches readers that not everything can be fixed with a hammer.
In this empowering novel for middle schoolers, a girl from Indonesia dreams of rising from poverty.
Based on the author’s life, a 10-year-old girl is faced with losing her sight in this juvenile novel.
A gentle and profound picture book teaches children to listen for God’s voice.
A girl and her grandmother express gratitude for the sun, sea, earth, and sky.
A beautifully narrated middle-grade novel highlights the dignity of India’s street children.
Social activist Mya navigates her preteen world in this sparkling middle-grade novel.
The message of God’s good creation of each child underscores this anti-bullying picture book.
Based on true events in the lives of the author’s grandmother and aunt, this stirring children’s picture book shares the plight of immigrants and refugees in the early 1900s.
The inspiring true story of a boy who grew a forest from 20 bamboo saplings.