Snail Mail’s story encourages kids to approach life with determination and wonder, and Julia Patton’s rich illustrations showcase America’s diverse terrain and national monuments from coast to coast. Kids and parents alike will delight in this celebration of America’s beauty and the power of a simple handwritten letter.
A sweet story about going to bed and falling asleep.
It’s bedtime, but Little Mouse isn’t sleepy. He has tried reading, and snacking, and snuggling, but nothing is helping him fall asleep. Maybe Mama Mouse can help? If you want to fall asleep, what do you do? A wish and a hug and it’s finally time to dream. A lyrical bedtime story for sleepy little mice ages 4 and up.
Look over there—the cat is between a table and a chair with a tear. But now look again: the cat is on top of the dog, who’s between the floor and the cat (and not too happy about that!). As you wander through the delightfully detailed illustrations, the more you look, the more you’ll see—including colors made from a mix of two others, hybrid implements such as a spork, warm nooks that are neither too cold nor too hot, and even a cross of a zebra and a cow that makes a . . . zebrow? In an utterly stylish debut, rising star Priscilla Tey leads readers on an engaging exploration of the in-between, a concept with surprising reach and depth.
Learning colors is one of the wonders of childhood and author-designers Tamara Shopsin and Jason Fulford turn the concept of colors upside-down and inside-out in two new books. Find Colors and These Colors Are Bananas are the debut titles in an exciting new series that marks the first time the Whitney Museum of American Art has partnered with a children’s publisher to create a line of books.
She’s confident, caring, assertive, and accepting of all, which is why adults and children alike fell in love with Feminist Baby by writer and illustrator Loryn Brantz.
Now in the much-anticipated follow-up, FEMINIST BABY FINDS HER VOICE!, our pint-sized heroine, along with new friends in tow, is ready to stand-up and tell the world about just how AWESOME equality and having the freedom to express oneself can be!
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POWERHOUSE on 8th is a brand new bookstore, reading club, mini-gallery, and community space bringing South Slope the best in fiction, non-fiction, kids, YA, novelty, cooking, decorating, stationery, and more, all from the curatorial minds hived at Dumbo’s famed POWERHOUSE Arena. Read our reviews, join our Middle Grade Reading Club, and stop in for Sunday morning readings with children’s book authors. See you on the block! (8th Avenue between 11th and 12th).