Full of metaphors, similes, alliteration and more, these books will introduce young readers to poetic devices and cultivate their love for poetry.
An eloquent and timely plea for understanding refugees.
Simply written, yet full of vivid imagery, this bilingual book about preparing bean soup is a fun, almost magical experience.
Another playful book in the popular bilingual Cooking Poem series that shows that tamalitos, or little tamales, are easy to make!
The alphabet thief stole all of the B's, and all of the bowls became owls. The thief returns each night, creating a topsy-turvy world as she goes.
A rhyming romp of a tale about a badger and a band of bunnies.
An illustrated, middle-grade treatment of the Dreyfus Affair told from the perspectives of Jewish army captain Alfred Dreyfus and writer Emile Zola.
From award winning author Bill Richardson, a beautiful story about the love between a mother and daughter where a promise makes the perfect gift.
A delightful tribute to turtles and turtle-watching, from a young child’s perspective.
Margaret Atwood's classic picture book is a perfect integration of words and pictures.