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Maggie Lou’s grandpa doesn’t call her Firefox for nothing. She’s always finding ways to make life more interesting – even if this means big trouble.
From the creator of Small in the City and the illustrator of Town Is by the Sea and Sidewalk Flowers, comes a moving look at how memories are made.
A collection of poems that explore childhood experiences—from the whimsical to the poignant—by Shannon Bramer, with magical art by Irene Luxbacher.
Let’s go! Experience the magic of skating on wild ice in this story-poem by Jean E. Pendziwol, with breathtaking illustrations by Todd Stewart.
In this bilingual book, an Anishinaabe child explores the story of a precious mnoomin seed and the circle of life mnoomin sustains.
Ana looks out the pet store window with the store’s last remaining animals for sale—a dog, a hedgehog and a mouse. What are they waiting for?
Yotam learns about the beauty of aging in this sweet conversation between grandfather and grandson.
Reminiscent of The Secret Garden, this breathtaking graphic novel explores how we can find magic in the wilderness – and in ourselves.
Would you help a tiny fragile snake? This book of poems explores close encounters with animals … and choosing to respond tenderly.
Fans of Rainbow Rowell and Casey McQuiston will fall for this story of tabletop gaming, romance and epic campaigns — both in game and IRL.
Twins Melvin and Melanie are excited to get their first mobility scooters. But will it change how the world sees them and how they see themselves?
From Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winner Jack Wong, a story of a boy who discovers that the more he learns, the more there is to know!