Vetted and praised by top reviewers, the books in this collection come highly recommended.
A simple, charming reflection on the cycle of life.
Where does the story start? Marie-Louise Gay explains the creative process with typical fun and whimsy.
A touching picture book about a boy's conflicted feelings for his father, from Belgium's illustrious children's book creator, Klaas Verplancke.
These stories, drawn from the lives of four Inuit artists, offer young readers a glimpse into this rich, remote culture, past and present.
Geraldo Valério looks at the nature of true friendship and love in a stunning wordless picture book.
A Haitian American girl finds connection to generations of family lore in this story of identity, heart and home.
Love shines through in the sticky notes shared between a mother and daughter in this picture book about making time for family in our busy lives.
"One girl's winter, spring and summer of wonder and growth on a glorious northwest coast island." — Kirkus
Being Muslim is a primer on Islam past and present, meant to be read by people of all ages, regions, and religions.
For Hannah, moving to a new city feels bitter, but can she find the sweetness, too?
A testament to the ability of books to transform our lives and our society.
A somber tale about an innocent child, but despite the difficult subject this novel is filled with humor, compassion, and trenchant social observation.