This distinctive children’s picture book could prove to be a valuable resource.
A witty and compelling novel for middle readers that will appeal to many adults as well.
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A sensitive portrayal of an 11-year-old girl who desperately loves her family yet wants to fit into the predominant American culture
Great picture books will help acquaint the children you love with heroes of black history.
In this thought-provoking novel, juvenile readers witness the trials and triumphs of a girl who chooses to do what is right, no matter the cost.
In sparse, rhyming verse, author Carole Boston Weatherford relates for children the story of John Newton’s life and why he wrote the renowned hymn “Amazing Grace.”
This picture book highlights the glory and goodness of God’s creation and the love Saint Francis poured out on all creatures.
This captivating juvenile novel shows that ordinary people who aren’t making the headlines, many young girls among them, are nevertheless changing the world for the better.
In this fast-paced, adventurous, and thought-provoking juvenile novel, author Lauren Wolk has created memorable, complex characters.
Hendrix uses striking illustrations and bold graphic design to tell this powerful story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man of faith.
Intricate and whimsical illustrations bring the familiar Christmas carol to life in this beautiful picture book.
In her sequel to Raymie Nightingale, DiCamillo peels away the layers to reveal Louisiana’s story and presents readers with a heartbreakingly tender, wise, humorous, and resilient protagonist.
A winsome tale of a boy who misses his grandfather and meets him again in his imagination.
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In this emotionally charged juvenile novel, young readers will encounter the life-changing repercussions of bullying.
The backstory of this picture book, along with the rustic yet exquisite artwork, will give readers a deeper appreciation of the Christmas story.
As the wind howls and snow blankets the world, all is well in the barn.
Jacqueline Woodson’s picture book shows how, when one person reaches out, a bridge is built.
When India is partitioned into two nations in 1947, young Nisha and her family must flee.
In this deeply affecting picture book, young children will meet Temple Grandin and learn about the struggles and strengths of children on the autism spectrum.
In this picture book, young Mela experiences a selfless act of kindness that transforms her life.
Mia and her parents are immigrants to California from China. And that is just one of the secrets she keeps.
This picture book is a sweet and timely read with children.