A Is For Bee: An Alphabet Book In Translation

Ellen Heck’s picture book debut is a fun romp through the animal alphabet. A is for Bee is an extraordinarily illustrated look at what animals are called around the world. How is it that “F” is for butterfly and “Y” is for porcupine? You’ll have to flip through this incredible gift book to see how everything and everyone are interconnected.

Sound The Gong (Kingdom Of Three, 2)

Zephyr, now a god in a warrior’s body, faces challenges as she strives to support her lordess Xin Ren in a tumultuous political landscape, and is determined to overcome fate and make her enemies pay, even when confronting a revelation about Crow’s true allegiance.

Wings To Soar

In 1972 Viva and her Indian family were forced to leave Uganda, now in a resettlement camp in England she struggles to cope with the living conditions there, hoping that her father may join them soon.

She Sells Seashells: Mary Anning, An Unlikely Paleontologist

In the early 1800s, Mary Anning was a young girl who collected fossils and shells on the seaside cliffs by her home; and even though she was a most unlikely scientist, Mary eventually made significant fossilized discoveries that paved the way for the development of the field of paleontology.

Erno Rubik And His Magic Cube

This first picture book biography of Erno Rubik, creator of the Rubik’s Cube, reveals the obsession, imagination, and engineering process behind the creation of a bestselling puzzle that will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2024.

Why Are We Afraid? (-)

After a clap of thunder, the lights in Max’s house go out. Max’s father lights a candle, and Max asks, Dad, have you ever been afraid?, His father says everyone is afraid sometimes. Then he slowly and carefully begins to describe the contours of fear. He explains how even small fears can seem to flood everything around us. He enumerates the many different things that can make us afraid: shadows, feeling lonely, losing what we love, not being able to control the future and fading away. And he reassures his young son that while our fears can stop us in our tracks, we must keep going.

The Spindle Of Fate

When Evie Mei discovers that her recently passed mother was the head of a guild of magical weavers, she enters the Chinese netherworld to try and bring her back.

Insha’allah, No, Maybe So

Ranya gets frustrated when her mom just says, Insha’allah, whenever Ranya asks for something, but as the two talk, both Ranya and mom realize Insha’allah means so much more.

The Labyrinth Of Lost And Found (1) (The Whisperwicks)

Eleven year old Benjamiah Creek’s rational beliefs are challenged when he receives a magical doll that leads him into the perilous world of Wreathenwold, where he joins forces with Elizabella to uncover a mysterious conspiracy and find her missing brother.

The Magic Paintbrush

When Amy, a Chinese American girl, picks up an ancient paintbrush, it unwittingly unleashes the power to make her art real and sometimes dangerous.