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Anna at the Art Museum

By Hazel Hutchins & Gail Herbert
Illustrated by Lil Crump
Categories: Children's Fiction

Art is for everyone—even a bored little girl.

Going to the Art Museum with her mom is no fun at all for Anna. Everything is old and boring and there are so many rules: Don’t Touch! Do Not Enter! Quiet! ...

The Paper Bag Princess (unabridged)

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Categories: Children's Fiction

The modern classic is now in a sturdy format featuring the complete original text.

Readers asked and we answered: the world’s favorite feminist fairy tale is now available in board with the original ...

The Truth About Wind

A vividly imagined story about the importance of telling the truth, even if it means losing something you love.

When Jesse finds a toy horse and makes it his very own, his imagination runs wild. This ...

Superluminous

Nour loves the luminous glow she was born with, but it’s only when it starts to dim that she discovers the true power of her brilliant light.

Nour has a superpower: she glows. Her light shines so bright, ...

Mel and Mo's Marvelous Balancing Act

How do you create a life in balance?

Mel and Mo may look alike, but these twins’ personalities are far from identical. As they grow up, their differences drive them apart . . . which suits them just ...

Our Big Little Place

By James A. Conan
Illustrated by Nicolle Lalonde
Categories: Children's Fiction

Big or small, apartment or house, they’re all home.

Come inside one boy’s high-rise apartment complex, where his backyard is the space between his neighboring apartment buildings, and his basketball ...

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. ...

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!