A watercolor picture book takes children into the rich imaginations of two boys, C.S. Lewis and his brother Warnie.
A handsome street cat with a penchant for trouble stars in the new picture book by the creator of Skippyjon Jones
An engaging children’s picture book relates the experiences of a girl with Spina Bifida
The author of Tuesdays with Morrie writes movingly of the little Haitian girl he loved and lost.
A cat named Catastrophe gets lost along the sea and makes friends in the low tide pool.
From Geisel Honor–winning author/illustrator Paul Meisel comes Anna & Samia, the true story of a wildlife conservationist and the baby rhinoceros she adopts.
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.