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Running Wild

Creatures sprint, slither, and soar in this STEM-driven dive into the extraordinary, everyday ways animals move!

A squid jets through the ocean like a rocket. A cheetah races after a zig-zagging gazelle. ...

Margot and the Moon Landing

By A.C. Fitzpatrick
Illustrated by Erika Medina
Categories: Children's Fiction

A universal story about speaking, listening, and being heard.

Margot loves space. Astronauts, the stars, and especially the moon landing. So she can’t understand why all of her attempts to communicate ...

I Love My Purse

By Belle DeMont
Illustrated by Sonja Wimmer
Categories: Children's Fiction

Charlie loves his bright red purse, so why does everyone else have a problem with it?

Charlie loves the bright red purse that his grandmother let him have. One day, he decides to take it to school. First ...

Salma the Syrian Chef

By Danny Ramadan
Illustrated by Anna Bron
Categories: Children's Fiction

“Sure to become a favorite book about overcoming hardships and helping others. This is truly one story not to be missed.” --Provo Library Children’s Book Reviews

Over 17 awards, nominations, and ...

The Paper Bag Princess 40th Anniversary Edition

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Preface by Chelsea Clinton
Foreword by Francesca Segal
Afterword by Ann Munsch
Categories: Children's Fiction

An empowerment-focused keepsake edition of one of the world’s best-loved picture books.

40 years. 7 million copies. 1 kick-ass princess who has inspired generations of readers to stand up for themselves. ...

The Dance of the Violin

By Kathy Stinson
Illustrated by Dušan Petričić
Categories: Children's Fiction

Even Joshua Bell makes mistakes, but there is always a second chance.

As a young student of the violin, Joshua Bell learns about an international competition to be held in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He chooses ...

Classic Munsch Moods

All the feels, Classic Munsch-style

Your favorite Classic Munsch characters are back, here to help young Munsch fans understand and articulate their feelings. Elizabeth and other familiar friends are joined ...

The Mole Sisters and the Blue Egg

The Mole Sisters are looking for something special. They venture into a hollow tree and follow a long staircase up, up, up. The Sisters go out on a limb to play in a bird’s nest and then back down again.When  ...

The Mole Sisters and the Question

The Mole Sisters are wondering who they are. They set out to find an answer. They decide they’re not fish, because fish live in water; they’re not birds, because birds fly; they’re not snails because ...

The Mole Sisters and the Rainy Day

A rainstorm quashes the sisters’ plan for a lovely day outside. But their leaky mole hole provides the perfect place to build an indoor oasis, complete with swimming pool!