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In this collection of more than 80 poems, your child will meet a cast of real and imagined characters who are silly, gross, weird, or just plain hilarious.
This collection of 28 poems written by Charlotte Zolotow, the Caldecott-winning author, captures the magic of nature throughout the year.
The Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot are no match for current and former Children’s Poets Laureate Kenn Nesbitt and J. Patrick Lewis.
Filled with fun facts, great graphics, and hands-on activities, Mission: Wolf Rescue will teach you about the importance of saving an endangered species.
Smaller than the other young wolves, Lakota is bullied regularly, until an unlikely friend steps in, teaching Lakota how to stand up for himself.
Just in time for Easter, One More Rabbit tells the tale of a little rabbit with a very big family. Watch them celebrate his birthday in a hollow tree stump!
Although she is a descendant of the duchess in The Princess and the Pea, Glitterbelle is not your typical fairy tale star.
Written entirely in the Japanese poetry style of haiku, this book follows Won Ton the cat as his life gets turned upside down when his family brings home Chopstick the puppy.
Doreen Rappaport marries original text with quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to explain how his outlook on peace triumphed over discrimination.
National Geographic transforms the complex life and history behind Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. into an understandable and educational book for children.