An ode to Black hair and Black-girl joy, this joy-filled rhyming picture book invites young readers into the world of a young Black girl as she rocks her God-given beauty.
The author of the award-winning The Bridge Home brings readers another gripping novel set in Chennai, India, featuring a boy who’s unexpectedly released into the world after spending his whole life in jail with his mom.
A heart-wrenching middle grade debut that considers homelessness from one girl's perspective and explores deep truths about the resounding impact of empathy.
Debut author Amina Luqman Dawson pens a lyrical, accessible historical middle-grade novel about two enslaved children’s escape from a plantation and the many ways they find freedom.
Picture book helps little ones to respect all the differences that make us unique.
Set in traditional Coast Salish territory, this story opens the door for children of all ethnicities to glimpse a traditional Indigenous lifestyle.
Teach kids how to pray with this beautifully illustrated Bible storybook.
When Buttercup the cow arrives at Barn Sanctuary scared and upset, the other rescued animals show her how wonderful it is to be a part of the farm family! Perfect for helping kids ages 4-8 learn compassion and how to face their own fears.
From the author of Wonder comes a new tale about a boy, a pony, and a harrowing journey across the American West.
Breathe is a child’s journey through Ascension and Pentecost.
A moving tribute to the little-known history behind the first Memorial Day, illustrated by Coretta Scott King Award-winner Floyd Cooper.
This picture book is based on the author's own immigration story from China, the infinite impact of friendship, and passing on love and kindness around the world.
When Junie Kim is faced with middle school racism, she learns of her grandparents’ extraordinary strength and finds her voice.
Now in a board book, this joyful journey through an ordinary day inspires little ones to be thankful for all of God’s blessings that surround them.
Kao Kalia Yang’s sensitive prose and Rachel Wada’s evocative illustrations bring to life this tender true story of the love between a Hmong father and daughter in a refugee camp.
From National Book Award nominee Mitali Perkins comes a sweet and innovative picture book about a first-generation immigrant child living in America.
From the award-winning author of The Great Trouble comes a story for middle-grade readers of espionage, survival, and friendship during World War II.
This lighthearted story about loyalty, problem solving, friendship, and independence is divided into short, action-packed chapters for ages 8-12.
A book for 5- to 7-year-olds about what it feels like to have a negative thought you just can't shake and the steps you can take to let it go.
A young boy on a crowded bus discovers that, after some wiggles and giggles, there’s room for everyone in this lighthearted rhyming picture book set in Zanzibar.
This exquisite middle-grade novel from Newbery Honoree and National Book Award finalist Kathi Appelt follows a creaky old camel out to save two baby kestrel chicks during a massive desert storm.
A tender children’s picture book imagines a way to cast our burdens unto Christ.
Through innovative storytelling and open-ended questions, this illustrated Bible offers a fun approach to teaching young minds to wonder about the mysteries in God’s Word
In this book, the Lord’s Prayer is given a respectful pop-up treatment by world-renowned paper artist Agostino Traini, who brings the well-known words to life in surprising ways.