1. All Year Round (22) All Year Round (22)

From the days of the week, to the seasons, to the pages of the calendar, how we measure time is explained and explored with lively illustrations and a charming text filled with prompts and space to write your own calendar of special days.


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2. Big Truck Little Island (22) Big Truck Little Island (22)

That big truck is stuck! How will the island residents get where they’re going? A tale of community and ingenuity from the celebrated Chris Van Dusen, inspired by a true story.

When a big truck and its big load get stuck on a narrow road, traffic on the little island comes to a halt. Some cars need to go south and some have to travel north. How will Meg get to her swim meet? What about Barry’s ballet class? Luckily, the kids come up with an ingenious solution: why not just swap cars? Inspired by an incident that happened on Vinalhaven, Maine, Chris Van Dusen tells a fun tale of resourcefulness and community through clever, rhyming wordplay and whimsical illustrations, sprinkled with plenty of cars and trucks for transportation-loving readers.


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3. Biking with Grandma (22) Biking with Grandma (22)

Grandma Rose's job is having amazing adventures around the globe and writing about them. Her next trip is extra-special—because this time, Sam is tagging along! Together Sam and Grandma Rose will bike and explore national parks, villages, and sprawling cities, from bear sightings in Alberta to sloths in Costa Rica, and from gelato in Italy to bánh mi in Vietnam.


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4. Children of the Forest (22) Children of the Forest (22)

Two siblings set off to live a life of adventure in the untamed wilds of their own backyard in this funny and beautifully illustrated picture book.

We are wild.
We are children of the forest.

We were raised by wolves.
And raccoons. And owls.

Grabbing a bow and quiver, a kid sets off, toddler sister in tow, to live off the land in the expanses of their own backyard. First, they sneak past their snoozing father to pilfer supplies from the refrigerator, but only what they need. After that, they’re utterly on their own.

Out in these uncharted spaces they encounter many dangers, from a ferocious mountain lion (a house cat) to a hulking canine beast (their dog). When the sun dips low, they make a camp complete with defenses to ward off predators.

Matt Myers’s cool self-serious text is juxtaposed with whimsical art depicting the playful antics of backyard life, making for a tale full of delight for imaginative children.


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5. Comet, The (22) Comet, The (22)

When Nyla is forced to leave her home in the country to start life again in the city, all she can think about is everything she misses from before. So when a comet comes crashing through the city streets and starts growing into a forest, Nyla can’t resist a chance to head somewhere that feels closer to what she had before ... but what starts as an escape could be just the thing to make her finally feel at home.

A picture book touching on the stress and pain of moving house and how this effects our relationships and sense of belonging, but also how it can open us up to new experiences – seeing that although we might have to leave places and people we love behind; they never really leave us. We’ll always have them in our memories and in the ability to make new ones.


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6. I Am God's Dream (22) I Am God's Dream (22)

I Am God's Dream is a deeply encouraging exploration of the unique strengths, curiosities, and desires in every kid. In this deeply affirming picture book, children will see how God celebrates and adores each of us—and why we should be proud to be who we are. Kids of all faith traditions will receive in these pages the gift of empowerment, purpose, and ownership over their own faith perspective early on through Matthew Paul Turner's lyrical phrasing:

I'm playful and brave
I'm a one-kid parade
I'm gonna be who I am 'cause I'm wonderfully made


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7. I Was Born a Baby (22) I Was Born a Baby (22)

The romp begins when a kid says, "I was born a baby." Soon, all the other baby animals can’t help but share what they are called and what they grew up into! Readers will learn about owlettes, pufflings, and more. But when the chick, calf, cub, and the pup realize they share their names with several other species, they can’t believe it. “No way! No how! That can't be true!” becomes a catchy, energetic refrain readers will love chanting. The text invites readers to predict what the baby animal is by using context clues and checking the endpapers to see if they guessed right.


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8. Me and Ms. Too (22) Me and Ms. Too (22)

The debut picture book from Printz Award winner and two-time National Book Award finalist Laura Ruby is a heartwarming, playful, and deeply felt story about blended families.

For as long as Molly can remember, it's always just been her and Dad. Dad, who likes to splash in the pool, who likes to spin at the park, who bakes the best cookies around.
But that was before Dad married Ms. Too.
Ms. Too doesn't like to splash. She doesn't like to spin. And she can't bake anything.
“But Molly, you used to love Ms. Too.”
That was before, when she was Molly’s favorite librarian. Now everything has changed.
But as Molly and Ms. Too are about to discover, maybe change isn't always scary. Maybe change can be the best thing of all.


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9. Miguel's Community Garden (22) Miguel's Community Garden (22)

Miguel is throwing a party at his community garden for all of his friends, and he needs help searching for sunflowers to complete the celebration. What do we know about sunflowers? They’re tall with petals and leaves—and, hold on, is that a sunflower? No, that’s an artichoke. Where, oh, where could those sunflowers be? Can you help Miguel find them in time for his party?


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10. Plant the Tiny Seed Board Book (22) Plant the Tiny Seed Board Book (22)

Beautiful collage and watercolor art follows the seed through its entire life cycle as it grows into a zinnia in a garden full of buzzing bees, curious hummingbirds, and colorful butterflies. Appropriate for even the youngest child, Plant the Tiny Seed is never the same book twice—no matter how many times you read it!


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11. Stellarphant (22) Stellarphant (22)

Stella wants to be an astronaut ... but Stella is an elephant. Every time she applies to Space Command, they come up with a new reason she can’t join. But where there’s a will, there’s a way and Stella is determined to reach for the stars.


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