Even The Queen Of England Has To Get Up And Groomed To Greet The Day Get Up, Elizabeth! It’s Time For The Future Queen To Get Out Of Bed, Scrub Her Face With Almond Paste, Brush Her Teeth With Soot, Comb The Tangles Out Of Her Unruly Red Hair, Get Dressed, And Sit Still While Her Ruff Is Sewn On And Her Sleeves Are Pinned. It’s Rough Rising And Shining Every Day–for Queens And Kids Alike.
A father and his young daughter gather their tools and begin building a future where love can be set aside until it is needed, enemies become friends, and exploration is key.
Un espléndido e inspirador álbum ilustrado acerca de la vida de José Alberto Gutiérrez,
un recolector de basura de Bogotá, Colombia, que creó una biblioteca a partir de un libro que rescató de la basura mientras realizaba su ruta.
As a child in fifteenth-century Murano, Italy, Marietta Barovier is drawn to her father’s workshop and, although glass blowing is men’s work, she later revives the lost art of millefiori.
A young boy takes a new book into the bathroom to read. But what a strange story! One by one, all sorts of animals—a cow, a polar bear, a lion, and more—race across the pages. But where are they running to? Then, the boy’s reading is interrupted by a loud knock on the bathroom door. The very same creatures are outside, lined up to use the toilet!.
The Colors Of Hispaniola Burst Into Life In This Striking, Evocative Debut Picture Book That Celebrates The Joy Of Being Dominican.
“One day, a woman will play in the National Hockey League. If no one prevents her,” said a twelve-year-old Manon Rhéaume. Manon always dreamed of playing hockey. So, when the team her father coached needed a goalie, five-year-old Manon begged for the chance to play. She didn’t care that she’d be the only girl in the entire league or that hockey was considered a “boys’ sport” in her hometown of Lac-Beauport, Quebec, Canada. All she cared about was the game. After her father gave her that first chance to play, she embarked on a spectacular, groundbreaking career in hockey.
In the City of Lights, where can you go to find the brightest light of them all? Find out in this spunky introduction to Paris shown through the eyes of a curious child. Poppy and her dog Baguette set out on a tour of their home, Paris, France, in search of the brightest light in the “City of Light.”
A gorgeous and inspiring picture book based on the life of José Alberto Gutiérrez, a garbage collector in Bogotá, Colombia who started a library with a single discarded book found on his route.
An A to Z celebration of the world of ballet, from the renowned American Ballet Theatre.