A child confronts conflicting feelings of embarrassment and love for her Mexican abuela in this moving, personal story from Newbery- and Pura Belpré Award–winning author Donna Barba Higuera
The thrilling true story of an ancient plant, wonderfully reborn in the modern era through the hard work of two female scientists.
A swing on a hill overlooking the water is at the center of this lovely meditation on childhood, growing older, friendship and loss.
A South Asian reimagining of the classic The Secret Garden.
Bible storybook that inspires young children to be like Jesus and love others, by Trillia Newbell.
A 12-year-old boy and a classmate discover a secret portal that allows them to travel back in time and uncover clues about a mystery involving a girl who disappeared decades ago.
Combining biblical truths and scientific facts, The Things God Made is an inspirational and informative picture book retelling of the creation story from the book of Genesis.
A lyrical picture book from Cleere Cherry Reaves of the popular brand Cleerely Stated, The Miracle of You celebrates the unconditional love of a parent.
Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt teaches us how to learn from art rather than critique it and how to respond to images in Christian ways.
A hilarious picture book for ages 3-7 about finding companionship in unlikely places.
In the fifth book in this beloved series about the Baxter children, when things don’t turn out according to plan, the siblings must stick together and remember who they are.
A determined Owl builds strength and confidence in this medieval picture book about the real mettle of a hero: wits, humor, and heart.
The story of a persistent woman whose research in molecular biology changed the world.
This gentle, reassuring picture book by bestselling author Glenys Nellist and illustrator Sian James encourages children to notice God all around them, in the ordinary people and places of everyday life.
This powerful and poignant coming-of-age middle grade debut novel follows an Arab American girl named Yasmeen as she moves to San Antonio with her family and navigates finding friendship—and herself.
The true story of a beloved banyan tree and a community that fought to save it in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
When new classmates Mattie and Mercedes meet and realize they have the same Colombian dad, the two team up in a Parent Trap–inspired misadventure.
Written by a kid for kids, You're Joking Me is a hilarious collection of more than 400 puns, riddles, one-liners, and knock-knock jokes.
The true story of how a recycling specialist built instruments for the children of a Paraguayan village built on a landfill.
This emotionally gripping, fast-paced middle-grade novel is an Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature Honor Book.
Introduce the concept of justice to young people with this picture book by New York Times-bestselling author of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara.
In this diverse picture book, a young immigrant from South Korea finds community and friendship in an apartment building filled with other newly arrived kids.
This middle-grade novel follows an Asian American boy fighting to keep his family together and stand up to racism during the initial outbreak of the coronavirus.
Children ages 4-7 will discover that the biggest, best light is God’s love and that walking in it protects them from sin’s harmful shadows.