For 10- to 14-year-olds, this novel in verse is about a young deaf boy during World War II, the sister who loves him, and the conscientious objector who helps him. Inspired by true events.
- July 6, 2021| |
On his first day of preschool, Dimitri’s vocal affection for everything is met with wary reactions—until his guileless words begin to take root and grow.
- June 29, 2021| |
In this sweet story of a found family, Liz Marie Galvan, bestselling author of Cozy White Cottage, teams up with her husband, Jose, to share the story of how a lamb named Grace found a loving home at White Cottage Farm.
- June 18, 2021| |
Kids can count reasons to love the planet and learn ways to protect it in the pages of this conservation-themed book.
- June 8, 2021| |
A children’s picture book gently explores loss, a new home, and finding beauty wherever you are.
- June 4, 2021| |
From Caldecott honoree LeUyen Pham, a moving picture book celebrating essential workers and the community coming together to face the challenges of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
I Love You to the Stars: When Grandma Forgets, Love Remembers by al Bowman and Douglas Groothuis. Illustrated by Robert SauberJune 1, 2021| |
A picture book helps children find their way through the confusing world of a loved one developing dementia.
- May 28, 2021| |
A quirky, dysfunctional family's road trip is upended when they find themselves in the middle of the robot apocalypse and become humanity’s unlikeliest last hope.
- May 21, 2021| |
A Chinese immigrant girl faces obstacles and racism in this novel for readers 8-12.
- May 17, 2021| |
Take a look at the clever and funny ways these animals stay cool in the summer.
- May 14, 2021| |
Gathering watercress by the side of the road brings a girl closer to her family’s Chinese heritage.
- May 7, 2021| |
Drawn from author Kao Kalia Yang’s childhood experiences as a Hmong refugee, this moving picture book portrays a family with a great deal of love and little money.
- April 27, 2021| |
A busy boy and his dog learn to slow down and enjoy life together in this lyrical, rhyming picture book perfect for hurried families everywhere.
- April 20, 2021| |
Join Pugtato and his cute and quirky pack of pals in this heartwarming picture book that celebrates the power of friendship, compassion, and believing in your own unique gifts.
- April 13, 2021| |
In this moving nonfiction picture book, children learn Sachiko Yasui’s story of surviving the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and her message of peace to a young audience.
- April 2, 2021| |
In the beloved rhythms and rhyme of the classic poem ’Twas the Night Before Christmas, ’Twas the Morning of Easter tells the story of the resurrection of Jesus.
- March 26, 2021| |
This lyrical, stunning picture book tells a story about learning to love and celebrate Asian-shaped eyes.
- March 19, 2021| |
Each book in this series for 8- to 14-year-olds tells a terrifying and thrilling story from history through the eyes of a kid who lived to tell the tale.
- March 16, 2021| |
First comes the circle. Then the square and the triangle. Then the ... emu pushing a pancake wagon down a hill?
- March 9, 2021| |
A hopeful and timely picture book about a spirited little girl living in a refugee camp.
Northbound: A Train Ride Out of Segregation by Michael S. Bandy and Eric Stein. Illustrated by James E. RansomeFebruary 26, 2021| |
On his first train ride, Michael meets a new friend from the “whites only” car in the last story in a trilogy about the author’s life growing up in the segregated South.
Harlem Grown: How One Big Idea Transformed a Neighborhood by Tony Hillery. Illustrated by Jessie HartlandFebruary 19, 2021| |
Discover the incredible true story of Harlem Grown, a lush garden in New York City that grew out of an abandoned lot and now feeds a neighborhood.
- January 26, 2021| |
How a little boy, future scientist, and Challenger astronaut desegregated his library through peaceful resistance.
- January 15, 2021| |
Newbery Honor-winning author Gail Carson Levine tells a moving and ambitious story about a young Jewish girl who must play her own role in her people's epic history—no matter the sacrifice.