Wade is concerned when he notices his antlers are wiggly. That means they are going to fall off! ñDonÍt worry,î says his mother. ñNew ones will grow in the summer.î But Wade is worried. He used his antlers for lots of fun things, such as paddles for Ping-Pong and perches for giving friends... More Info
The zebra gallops, the bumblebee flies, the lemur leaps and the tiger prowls „ ñBut look closer now ƒ We all have STRIPES!î This clever exploration of animal characteristics shows how each animal in diverse groups of four is completely different in many ways, but the same as the others in one... More Info
An endearing tale about a little boy who wants to be sure. ñSee you this afternoon,î says Daddy when he drops off Matthew at kindergarten. But Matthew says, ñWhat if, this afternoon, the old green car doesnÍt start?î Thus begins a series of what-ifs that Matthew poses to all of DaddyÍs ideas... More Info
For Kai, nothing will ever be normal again. Sixteen-year-old KaiÍs life is shattered forever by a letter from her sister, Jen, which begins, ñIf you are reading this, I am already gone.î Jen has committed suicide. Heartbroken and furious, Kai gets caught in a downward spiral, self-medicating and... More Info
?There once was a bear, a moose and a beaver who were the best of friends, though they often disagreed.? So when the three friends go canoeing together one sunny day, it doesn't take long for them to start quarreling with one another. First, they can't decide who should get to steer the canoe.... More Info
When Swanda and her dog, Waldo, move to Brooklyn from the country, they miss the wildlife they left behind. Until they discover the pigeons. ñOh, look! What dear little birds! Come, Waldo, weÍll get them a bird feeder all their own.î But a bird feeder in the city attracts lots and lots and lots... More Info
A wordbook guide to the great cities of the world. The bold and colorful illustrations in this wordbook primer introduce young children to thirty-two of the world’s major metropolises. Iconic buildings, local delicacies, favorite pastimes, natural wonders and landmarks from each city are... More Info
Seventh-grader Boris Snodbuckle has a strange name, a quirky personality and no chance of beating Robert Pinsent, the most popular boy in school, to become president of the student council. Even Boris’s best friend and sidekick Adrian (the book’s narrator) thinks it’s hopeless. But Boris... More Info
A whirlwind tour through 150 years of Canadian history This chronological look at the story of Canada features a single milestone for every year from the country’s founding in 1867 up to its 150th anniversary in 2017. Each of these noteworthy events — such as the formation of the Group of Seven... More Info
What will a boy do for love? The day he starts school, a young boy falls in love for the very first time. He’s so in love, in fact, that Sylvia is all he can see. But Sylvia doesn’t see him. Sylvia has eyes only for birds. So in a bold gesture to get her attention, the boy goes to school... More Info
When an ice storm snaps a small girl’s favorite branch from the tree in her yard, she won’t let it be hauled away. To her, it wasn’t just any branch, “It was my castle, my spy base, my ship . . .” Her neighbor Mr. Frank agrees. He says the branch has “potential,” and the two get to... More Info
None of us are ever really alone — not with the trillions and trillions of microbes that call our bodies home. Recent scientific research has uncovered just how interdependent our relationships with these tiny “hitchhikers” are, and that lots of them are actually good for us! Filled with... More Info
A moving, fictionalized account of a march that raised awareness about child labor. Eight-year-old Aidan and his friend Gussie have joined the picket line at the cotton mill to demand the chance to go to school instead of work. But when famous labor reformer Mother Jones arrives, she has an even... More Info
Who says there’s only one way to write a story? A young boy wants to write a story, but he only knows his letters, not words. His sister says, “Why don’t you start there, with a letter?” So the boy tries. He chooses an easy letter to begin with. The letter I. And to his delight, with just... More Info
Maia and Nico are the very best of friends, spending all of their time together. When Nico and his family move far away for a little while, Maia is left with a hole in her life that she thinks will never be filled. Eventually, though, she meets a furry companion, makes a new friend and even... More Info
Backpack-toting Toshi and his grandmother share a special bond as they undertake search-and-find adventures in their favorite places --- the riverbank, the city, the forest, the country, the park and the beach. They delight in the wonders of nature and the curious little things people have left... More Info
Willow is worried that she won't smile right for her school picture. She chooses the perfect outfit and practices her smiles, but at the sight of the big lights and the camera's flash Willow's smile disappears! When an understanding teacher gives her the job of shaking a rubber chicken to help make... More Info
There are lots of rules we all need to follow, from the dress code at school, respecting someone's privacy, to turning your light off at bedtime. In six entertaining stories, Mayor Moe and City Council grapple with the task of making rules to keep their city safe, prosperous and fair. Not an easy... More Info
It's almost Poppa's birthday and young Theo wants to give her beloved grandfather the perfect gift. Poppa has traveled the world and keeps a trunk full of mementos collected on his adventures. That gives Theo an idea for a very special gift: a new adventure! They'll take the streetcar to the local... More Info
When the old zookeeper moved the monkeys to a cage next to the picnic area, she didn't know the trouble it would cause. The little monkeys are fascinated by the children's behavior, and before long they are imitating the children! They play quietly, pick up their banana peels and chew with their... More Info
When Mr. King discovers a flower nibbled by a caterpillar, he is NOT happy. So he builds himself a Caterpillar-Catcher and off he goes. But he doesn't notice that his machine is belching smoke, or that he is leaving crushed flowers in his wake. Now his friends are NOT happy and Mr. King isn't very... More Info
Everywhere Loula goes, her beloved dog, Mister, follows. Unfortunately, Mister does not follow her good manners. When she hears her mother say she can no longer live with that MONSTER, Loula decides it�s time to teach an old dog polite tricks. Can Mister learn to behave? Or will Mama throw him... More Info
Shapes play supporting roles in the world around us, but which one will be the star of Shapeston Elementary School�s play? Triangle has experience as a traffic sign, and Square moonlights as a postage stamp, Circle as a lemon slice, Rectangle as the cover of a magazine and Diamond as a kite,... More Info
When a boy�s father goes missing, he looks for him at The Bureau of Misplaced Dads, where at least 20 or 30 dads wander in every day and wait for their kids to fetch them. There are bearded dads, a dad named Michael and even a Super Dad, but none of them belong to the boy. He is about to lose... More Info
Stanley knows school is for kids, not dogs. But every day he grows more and more curious. What did the kids do in that school all day? Stanley rounds up his pals from the dog park to take a closer look. Will they find the answers they�re looking for? One thing is for certain: School + Stanley =... More Info
This moose may live in the wild, but he doesn�t act it † he watches from the sidelines as his friends have fun. From the creator of Big Bear Hug comes a lighthearted, contemporary fable about a mild-mannered moose who learns to live life to the fullest.
A young girl does not want to go away for summer vacation; she wants to stay in the city with her friends. But after a few days at the beach, she falls under the ocean�s spell and begins to wonder how she can bring it and its magic back home with her. A lyrical, thoughtful look at the deep... More Info
Mr. Postmouse has loaded up his wagon and is ready to deliver the mail. From the lofty heights of the BirdsÕ tree houses to the inky depths of Mrs. OctopusÕs ship, the intrepid letter carrier lets nothing stand in the way of his deliveries. Each spread features whimsically detailed interiors of... More Info
At long last, Dessa knows the location of her missing twin brother: the Island of Astaroth. But getting there is another matter. No one has ever seen the Dark Island. Together with her friends, Topper and Fisk, she must navigate nasty surprises and pirate treachery in her desperate search for... More Info
The three most basic shapes -- squares, triangles and circles -- are all around us, from the natural world to the one we've engineered. Full of fascinating facts about these shapes and their 3D counterparts, Shapes in Math, Science and Nature introduces young readers to the basics of geometry and... More Info
Six of Pup and Hound's charming adventures are gathered here in one collection. With simple rhyming text and gentle humor, these stories of friendship between an unlikely pair -- one big and doting, one small and eager -- are perfect for the beginning reader.
Max Monroe, after discovering a detective agency in his grandfather's backyard, befriends the ghost of his great-uncle and the two join forces to solve the mystery of a missing birthday girl.
In this fourth installment of the award-winning Three Thieves graphic novel series, Captain Drake remembers his dark past as a young knight in the service of King Roderick. Long-ago intrigues may hold clues that will help Drake capture the three thieves -- and could spell the end of Dessa's quest... More Info
On the run from the Queen's Dragons and struggling to track down Dessa's missing twin brother, Dessa, Topper and Fisk inadvertently rescue a prince and find that their actions have placed royal kingdoms and a romance at risk. Simultaneous.
Each of King Neptune's 50 mermaid daughters boasts a special talent, except for little Minnow, who seems to be good only_at asking questions. When she finds a strange object, Minnow follows her questions to a wondrous place and finds answers, including the answer to the most important question of... More Info
When Willow speaks, her words slip out as soft and shy as a secret. At school, her barely audible whisper causes her no end of troubles. But Willow is as resourceful as she is quiet, and she fashions a magic microphone from items she finds in the recycling bin. But Willow's clever invention is only... More Info
In the fifth book, Scaredy Squirrel plans his own birthday and surprise!... things get very crowded. Scaredy Squirrel is planning his own birthday party for one _ but despite his detailed plans, things get out of control when the party animals arrive. He's back! Scaredy Squirrel, the loveable... More Info
DonÍt cross your eyes or theyÍll get stuck like that! This look at the truth (or falsity) behind the commonest things that adults tell kids is filled with humorous insights and wacky illustrations.
Offering a new spin on astronomy and earth sciences books for kids, this out-of-this-world how-to details the making of a planet, namely the incredible, life-sustaining, one-in-a-billion planet Earth, starting with its basic ingredients, protons and neutrons, and making abstract concepts easier to... More Info
Describes the evolution of life on Earth, from the first life forms to complex organisms and the age of the dinosaurs, and explains how some modern animals evolved from prehistoric ancestors.
This vocabulary book takes little readers through a lively hockey game, introducing thrilling words like Zamboni and face-off while showing the action on the ice and in the stands. Per-Henrik Gu_rthÍs cheerful animal characters will win new fans of this popular winter sport.
Sure to be a storytime favorite, If Kids Ruled the World showcases the fantastical and fun results of a kid-designed reality. From the inventive (trampoline sidewalks) to the inclusive (nobody will ever be too old to play), these wishes for a more playful world are the perfect kickoff to a... More Info
The farmerÍs depending on Max to find the thief whoÍs been eating the carrots, berries, beans and cherries. So when the determined dog spies a bug chewing on a carrot leaf, the chase is on. But as Max follows the suspect, several farm friends offer to help ƒ between bites of familiar-looking... More Info
As the author/illustrator attempts to create a picture book about a mouse in a house, her rotund feline Chester sends the mouse packing and attempts to rewrite the story with his handy red marker.
In this nautical update on the familiar childhood rhyme "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly," an old sailor swallows a krill, which makes him ill, so he swallows a jellyfish to catch the krill, and a feeding frenzy begins! Young readers will love the cumulative rhyme, and grown-ups will... More Info