Kids Picture Books

These picture books are new to our shelves in the last 30 days (most recent on top).

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List

Nana in the country / by Lauren Castillo.
Nana visits her grandson, who sets out to share with her all the lovely things the country has to offer.
The Book Bus / story by Melanie Moore ; written by Brian Wray ; illustrated by Mike Helm.
Publisher Annotation: Based on the true story of the Book Bus in Cincinnati, this picture book follows a vintage VW pickup truck that embarks on a new adventure to share the joy of reading.
The crayons love our planet / Drew Daywalt ; [illustrated by] Oliver Jeffers.
"The Crayons love our planet and are proud of their contributions. White ice caps, Green trees, Blue oceans and skies, Brown soil…and more! Even Beige is proud of his contibution: Wheat! This humorous mini hardcover book shows the beauty of our plant—and …
Meet Space Fairy Lilyfay! / adapted by Gloria Cruz.
When Luna Girl and Motsuki capture Space Fairy Lilyfay, Newton Star is ready to help. But Lilyfay has powers, too, and she can help herself. With teamwork and the power of starlight, Space Fairy Lilyfay and Newton Star are going to save the day!" --back…
Happy Purim, Grover! / [written by Joni Kibort Sussman ; illustrated by Tom Leigh].
"It's Purim! Join Grover and his buddies as they celebrate the holiday, baking hamantaschen, dressing up in costumes, listening to the story of Queen Esther, and making noise with groggers as Haman's name is read"--From publisher website.
Ten little rabbits / by Maurice Sendak.
Maurice Sendak’s legacy continues with this counting extravaganza for the youngest child. Here is a small reader’s introduction to Mr. Sendak’s books.
That's not my T. rex... : its tummy is too squashy / written by Fiona Watt ; illustrated by Rachel Wells.
"Join five friendly T. Rex as they stomp through the pages of this dinosaur-themed [book]....Don't forget to spot the little white mouse[!]" --publisher's website
Trains trains trains! : find your favorite! / Donna David ; Nina Pirhonen.
Full of spotting and counting fun, with five trains to find on each page and a fold-out race at the end, this rhyming preschool picture book from Donna David and Nina Pirhonen has been specially developed to encourage pre-reading skills and expand languag…
Mabel and the mountain : [a story about believing in yourself] / Kim Hillyard.
"A small fly named Mabel has really big plans including climbing a mountain. Her tenacity and courage end up inspiring all her friends to fulfill their dreams"--Provided by publisher.
The three little mittens / written by Linda Bailey ; illustrated by Natalia Shaloshvili.
"Dotty and Other Dotty are a matching set of mittens. When another mitten, Stripes, loses her partner and becomes a single mitten, they don’t feel the need to include her. She doesn’t “match” them, so she is banished to the dark, lonely pocket of the Litt…
Love grows / words by Ruth Spiro ; pictures by Lucy Ruth Cummins.
A "celebration of family, plants, and the boundlessness of love told in lively, poetic letters from aunt to niece"--Provided by publisher.
Sound switch wonder / written by Christine J. Ko and Owen Whang ; illustrated by Katie Crumpton.
"Most people either can or cannot hear sound...but some people can do both! Meet a deaf boy with cochlear implants as he moves about his day. Sometimes he prefers not to hear, but when he wants to connect with the hearing world, he puts on his cochlear im…
Much too busy / John Bond.
"Pigeon is extremely busy doing important things. He has no time to stop, and he definitely doesn't have time to get lost. Luckily Mouse is on hand to help. Mouse is not busy at all. Mouse has all the time in the world to admire and appreciate the world a…
The little tiger / Nicola Killen.
"For Ollie’s birthday, her wish came true! In a brightly wrapped box was her very own tiger suit. Ollie practices her very best Rooooaaarrrr, then a bunch of colorful balloons and a gust of wind carry Ollie to the forest where she makes new animal friends…
Moomin and the wishing star / based on the original stories by Tove Jansson ; [written by Richard Dungworth].
"When Moomintroll finds a beautiful shiny pebble, Snorkmaiden and Sniff think it might be a fallen star--and if it is a star, then Moomin can make a wish! But wishes are difficult things to get right... Will Moomin be able to decide what to wish for befor…
There's no place like hope / Janet Lawler ; illustrated by Tamisha Anthony.
"If you’re feeling scared or sad, happy or helpful—hope will guide you. It’s not always easy. And sometimes having hope means being brave, or determined, or kind. At the end of the day, hope is where better will be. This sweet, rhythmic picture book is a…
Do not open this book ever / Andy Lee ; illustrated by Heath McKenzie.
"Do Not Open This Book EVER! Wizz is back, and he's up to his old tricks again. He does not want you to EVER read this book, and he'll use every trick he can think of to stop you reaching the end! What disaster awaits at the end of the book this time? …
Today / written by Gabi Snyder ; illustrated by Stephanie Graegin.
"Today may seem long before leaving for a summer vacation or short during the time away. The moments that make up the day are filled with surprises, joy, fun, and memories. This book guides young readers to keep their eyes and ears open so the day doesn’t…
The trouble with Earth / Alex Latimer.
Why didn't the other planets invite Earth to their vacation? Soon they'll find out the wonderful truth about Earth's "fleas" and change their minds . . . Earth turns up on the vacation she wasn't invited to and finds all the other planets in the solar sys…
Wolves in helicopters / Sarah Tagholm, Paddy Donnelly.
"Can Hop find a way to escape the wolves in her nightmares, even if they chase her in helicopters? Mummy thinks so... Every night, Hop has nightmares filled with, scary, hungry-eyed wolves. She knows they only exist in her dreams but they still seem very …
Mighty Micah : a Purim picture book / by Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Steliyana Doneva.
"Micah feels might when he whirls his gragger. With his noise maker from the Purim party, he can stand up to anyone. Even Haman, the bully from the Purim story who tried to hurt the Jewish people in ancient times. Even the bullies in Michah's own class…
This little kitty in the garden / Karen Obuhanych.
"Read along as these frisky felines plant seeds, pounce and play, claw and climb, and splish, splash and swirl—until they end their day asleep in the garden bed. Filled with bright and playful illustrations, here is an adorable picture book that introduce…
Hedgehog and the log / Pam Fong.
"Hedgehog loves his new home. But even before he can set foot inside, his house is destroyed. No matter how much he cries, yells, complains, worries, or even feels sorry for himself, Hedgehog is powerless to change the situation. It isn’t until he learns …
Garmann's summer / Stian Hole ; translated by Don Bartlett.
As the summer ends, six-year-old Garmann's three ancient aunts visit and they all talk about the things that scare them.
The pocket book / by Alexandra S. D. Hinrichs ; illustrated by Julia Breckenreid.
Illustrations and simple text offer an ode to the treasures we find and keep in our pockets and the memories they hold.
The most magnificent maker's A to Z / written and illustrated by Ashley Spires.
Join your favorite maker and her canine assistant as they embark on an alphabet journey through the ABC's of the creative process.
Ploof / words and pictures by Ben Clanton & Andy Chou Musser.
Ploof is a puffy cloud who's a little lonely -- but now you're here, and the fun can begin! Can you help Ploof overcome their shyness? Play pretend? Make Ploof laugh with your funny faces, find their hiding spot, give them a high five! Full of imaginative…
The door that had never been open before / Mrs. & Mr. MacLeod.
"The door that has never been opened before has never been opened. Not yet"--Provided by publisher.
The fish of small wishes / written by Elana K. Arnold ; illustrated by Magdalena Mora.
"Once, there was a girl named Kiki, who found a fish on the asphalt. The fish was very hot and very dry. But when Kiki put it in the bathtub, it started swimming, and growing, and...speaking? "I want to grant you a wish for saving me," it said. A wish-g…
Escargot and the search for spring / story by Dashka Slater ; pictures by Sydney Hanson.
"After a long winter spent indoors, adorable French snail Escargot ventures out into the world, searching for signs of spring, and meets a fluffy white bunny along the way, in this delightful tale of unlikely friendship"--Provided by publisher.
The Teeny-weeny unicorn / by Shawn Harris.
The teeny-weeny unicorn feels like the world is not made for his small stature and one day it bothers him so much he runs off, but soon after meeting a salty gnome he starts to wonder if he might just be the right size after all.
Threads : Zlata's Ukrainian shirt / Lina Maslo.
"The threads on Zlata’s beautiful birthday blouse were knotted by her mother’s hands. 'Red is for love, and black is for sadness,' her Papa says. Her Mama warns her not to show it off. Ever since the Communists came from Russia to Ukraine, they prohibited…
The last stand / by Antwan Eady ; illustrated by Jerome & Jarrett Pumphrey.
"Saturday is for harvesting. And one little boy is excited to work alongside his Papa as they collect eggs, plums, peppers and pumpkins to sell at their stand in the farmer’s market. Of course, it’s more than a farmer’s market. Papa knows each customer’s …
Little narwhal lost : a tale of found family / by Brooke Hartman ; illustrated by Evon Zerbetz.
"Inspired by a true story of how a young narwhal finds himself a new family to love and accept him—a pod of beluga whales! Little Narwhal is lost. After a big storm hits, he wanders the ocean alone, in search of a community to belong to. Eventually he fi…
Eyes that weave the world's wonders / written by Joanna Ho with Liz Kleinrock ; illustrated by Dung Ho.
"A young girl who is a transracial adoptee learns to love her Asian eyes and finds familial connection and meaning through them, even though they look different from her parents'. Her family bond is deep and their connection is filled with love. She wonde…
Too much : my great big native family / written by Laurel Goodluck ; illustrated by Bridget George.
"When Russell gets a part in the school play, he lights up like a shining star—and he can’t wait to tell his big, boisterous Native family the exciting news. But catching their attention when they all get together feels impossible; no matter where they go…
Snail in space / written by Rachel Bright ; illustrated by Nadia Shireen.
"Gail is not an average snail. Snails are small and slow, but Gail wants to blaze a different trail. 'Be brave! Be bold!' she likes to say as she studies to be the first snail in space. It’s a long, hard journey, but Gail stays tough and strong. Can she f…
I'm a flight nurse / Lauren Kukla ; illustrated by Tom Heard
"What does a flight nurse do every day? What character traits are essential for a flight nurse to have? Follow flight nurses as as they work to keep people healthy. These health heroes do the important work of flying injured or sick patients to a hospita…
Are you big? / Mo Willems.
"Are YOU big? A simple question sends readers to the far reaches of the universe. From an average-size kid...to a hot air balloon...to a storm cloud...to the M100 Galaxy, size is a matter of perspective. Bold text, expressive art, and real-world science …
Luck of the unicorn / written by Christy Webster ; illustrations by Sue DiCicco.
Publisher Annotation: New York Times bestseller Uni the Unicorn believes in the power of luck-and friendship! A perfect pick for St. Patrick's Day or any day your little one needs a little good luck.
The Cozy Home : three-and-a-half stories / Ame Dyckman ; illustrated by Mark Teague.
"In three-and-a-half stories, friends and roommates Bat, Cat and Rat share, joke, and read together"--Provided by publisher.
This "children’s book [is] aimed at engaging children and educating parents on lead poisoning prevention and the importance of pediatric lead level testing....The illustrations and rhymes engage children and the parents section provides additional details…
Forging with Freddy : safety first / written by Angela Gibian ; illustrated by Kenny Kiernan.
"This book was written to share the importance of safety in forging and manufacturing. Come along with Freddy the forger as he puts on his personal protective equipment and gets fready for his day at work." --back cover
Forging with Freddy / written by Angela Gibian ; illustrated by Kenny Kiernan.
"This book was written to share the exciting process of forging and manufacturing with children." --back cover
Grumpy hat / Nicola Kent.
"Everyone knows that little sisters can be an-noy-ing! So when Ravi gets annoyed with Ruby and breaks her toy car in a rage, everyone goes to bed upset. Ravi wakes up the next morning with a bright red grumpy hat stuck fast on his head! And he can't get r…
Agnes and the hen / written by Elle Rowley ; illustrated by Clare Therese Gray.
"Follow Agnes the dog and Rosie the hen as they head down to the farm in this amusing picture book for children. This lighthearted story tells the tale of Agnes the Great Dane and Rosie the hen with an important underlying message. With Agnes's help, Rosi…
Forever and always / written by Brittany J. Thurman ; pictures by Shamar Knight-Justice.
"Every night when Daddy gets home from work, Olivia gives him a big hug and knows that the evening will be full of love—and fun. Together, she, Daddy, and Momma will make a feast for dinner, clean up, dance to old-school tunes, and read stories. But every…
Time to make art / Jeff Mack.
"Awed by the endless possibilities, a young girl begins asking meaningful questions about creating art. Her questions are answered by a diverse group of artists throughout time and history: from the earliest cave painters to the most recent digital illust…
Grandma's roof garden / by Tang Wei ; translated by Kelly Zhang.
Granny may be old, but she’s certainly not feeble--or idle! She’s built a splendid vegetable garden from scratch on the rooftop of her Chengdu apartment building. She collects thrown-away produce and feeds it to her chicks and geese – or composts it for t…
The great Easter egg hunt / written by Rachel Piercey ; illustrated by Freya Hartas.
"Throughout the woodland, someone kind has hidden one hundred eggs to find . . . Join Bear and his friends as they set off to find and count one hundred eggs. A delightful board book, perfect for the youngest nature spotters." --back cover
Baby's first Lunar New Year
"This fun first look at Lunar New Year is the perfect holiday treat for little learners"--Cover page [4].
Twinkle, twinkle, little star : and other favorite bedtime rhymes / illustrated by Sanja Rescek.
"Lullabies and favorite nursery rhymes pair with soft pastel illustrations for the perfect bedtime book!"--Cover page [4].
My little lamb / by Hannah Eliot ; illustrated by Jennifer A. Bell.
"Adorable lambs have adventures during the day then come home safe and sound for nighttime snuggles." --publisher's website.
The rhyming rabbit / Julia Donaldson ; illustrated by Lydia Monks.
"The Rhyming Rabbit loves to make up entertaining poems, inspired by everything he sees, but the other rabbits don’t appreciate his talent for rhyme. Sad and lonely, the Rhyming Rabbit sets off one starry night all on his own – will he ever find someone t…
Little chick's springtime / by Danielle McLean ; illustrated by Judi Abbot.
"It’s springtime, and Little Chick is singing happily! She visits Little Lamb, who bleats a happy 'baa!' The birds are learning to fly and call 'cheep, cheep!' as the warm sun brightens up the sky. The butterflies flutter around Little Chick, the flowers …
We are golden : 27 groundbreakers who changed the world / Eva Chen ; illustrated by Sophie Diao.
"Throughout history and to this day, people of Asian descent have been at the forefront of artistic brilliance, scientific advancement, and athletic excellence. From Sandra Oh to Patsy Mink, Bruce Lee to Michelle Kwan, We Are Golden...offers a fresh colle…
You broke it! / by Liana Finck.
"This collection of classic parental nags are cleverly betrayed by the situations shown, in which it’s made clear that the child knows better. Each scenario is worthy of a giggle, adding a lightheartedness to the inevitable dynamics between parents and ch…
Do you know them? / Shana Keller ; illustrated by Laura Freeman.
"After the war’s end, everyone is missing someone. Lettie’s missing her family. They had been sold and lost long before enslavement was abolished. Every week, she reads the advertisements in the newspapers to her congregation. 'Do you know them? I would l…
Some days are yellow / by Suzanne Slade ; illustrated by Michelle Lee.
"Some days are easy! The sky is sunny, and it feels like the whole world is your oyster. Everything goes according to plan, and we know what to expect. Other days are tough! There might be raindrops or skinned knees. Things don't go our way and we feel ov…
The three little tardigrades : a slightly scientific fairy tale / by Sandra Fay.
"Gavin, Colin, and Doug live on a cozy little drop of H2O until one day, their mother tells them it’s time for them to grow up and leave home. In search of the perfect place to settle down, the three little tardigrades (also known as "moss piglets") journ…
Buffalo Fluffalo / written by Bess Kalb ; illustrated by Erin Kraan.
Buffalo Fluffalo arrives on the scene puffed up with self-importance. Stomping around and raising billows of dust, Buffalo Fluffalo proclaims his superiority to the other creatures—the ram, the prairie dog, and the crow—who just want to be his friend. So …
Baker makers / Kim Smith.
"Naveen loves baking. In fact, he’s sure he’s practically a master baker. So he is excited when his maker class tackles creative cakes at Baker Makers Lab! He is positive his cake will be the most astonishing and extraordinary one of all. But the mismatch…
Baby's first Passover / consultants: Rabbi Elchonon Feldman and Karen Arlington.
Young children will love learning about the popular Jewish holiday, in this introduction to Passover that highlights the traditions associated with this celebration, from a festive meal with special food to storytelling with children to fun-filled customs…
Where do they go when it rains? / Gerda Muller
"Stef takes the twins out for a walk to the pond. On their way they pass through fields full of flowers, grasshoppers and bees. They stop at a farm, where they feed the hens, pigs and ponies. But when they reach the pond, the clouds turn grey and it start…
India on a plate! : Indian food from A to Z / Archana Sreenivasan.
"From spicy achaar to sweet zafrani pulao, flip through food from every corner of India, for all kinds of occasions in this mouth-watering alphabet book" --Provided by publisher.
The story of Eva & friends / written by Cee Lee ; based on the owl diaries series by Rebecca Elliott.
Eva is so excited to enter the Treetop Treats contest with her best friend, Lucy. If they bake the tastiest treat in all of Treetopington, they’ll win a golden apron! The apron is the perfect gift for their teacher, Ms. Featherbottom. But when perfect Sue…
Love is my favorite color / Nina Laden, Melissa Castrillon.
"From caring to hoping to peace to sharing, there are many ways to find joy in the everyday. Celebrate the things that make life wonderful and each day special. With stunning artwork, readers of all ages will find moments to treasure"--From publisher webs…
Climbing the volcano : a journey in haiku / Curtis Manley ; pictures by Jennifer K. Mann.
"A boy and his family's hike to the peak of Oregon's South Sister volcano is narrated in a series of haikus"--Provided by publisher.
Ellie Mae dreams big! / words by Kristina McMorris ; pictures by Amanda Yoshida.
"At the teacher's all-important question, Ellie Mae's mind swirls with ideas. An astronaut or a chef? Better yet, why not an astronaut-chef? Since the moon is made of cheese, her galactic grilled-cheese sandwiches could be known throughout the universe! O…
When I wrap my hair / written by Shauntay Grant ; illustrated by Jenin Mohammed.
"This joyful, inspiring and powerful love letter to hair wrapping ties together past and present as it recognizes and demonstrates how knowledge is passed through generations"--Provided by publisher.
Figment / written by Jason Grandt ; illustrated by Scott Tilley, Nick Balian, and Jason Grandt.
"Journey into Imagination with Figment, the purple dragon from Disney's EPCOT theme park and mascot of Disney's Imagination Pavilion. Featuring lyrics from the beloved Disney song 'One Little Spark', this...Little Golden Book [is] about creativity and ima…
Pepper & me / Beatrice Alemagna.
"In this utterly enchanting and unexpected tale from international picture book star Beatrice Alemagna, a childhood mishap is the occasion for growth and self-reflection. When a little girl falls on the street, scraping her knee, her father tells her not …
Meet the mushrooms! / by Sonali Fry ; illustrated by Melanie Demmer.
"These forest mushrooms are a busy bunch! They love to dance and play hide-and-seek. Children will love to peek through the layered, shaped pages in this adorable rhyming story" --back cover
Programmed to paint / written and illustrated by Mauricio Abril.
"Join Pintro the robot's journey as he learns how to create art! Pintro is a robot who is practically perfect. He knows all there is to know about how to garden, how to bake, and especially everything about math. But the one thing Pintro does not know ho…
Spider-Man goes to the farm / written by Steve Behling ; illustrated by Jay Fosgitt.
"Join Spider-man as he saves the day at a neighborhood farm, where he meets lots of barnyard animals, including a horse, a cow, a rooster, a family of ducks, and a very muddy pig!" --back cover
Where's the bunny? / Ingela P. Arrhenius.
"In Where's the bunny?, you're on the look out for a puppy, a mouse, a duckling and finally, the bunny! Lift the final flap and there's a surprise mirror." --publisher's website
Grumpy monkey : spring fever / by Suzanne Lang ; illustrated by Max Lang.
"When Jim runs through the jungle laughing and shouting with glee, the other animals are very concerned. This just isn’t the grumpy Jim they know. Soon Norman diagnoses Jim with a bad case of spring fever and tells Jim that he needs to find a cure. The…
The dragon who didn't like fire / Gemma Merino.
"Everybody knows that dragons can breathe fire, but unlike her brothers and sisters, this little dragon is different. She doesn’t like fire but she desperately wants to fly and make her Dad proud. In an attempt at flying, she finds herself plunging into t…
Frog / text by Abi Luscombe ; illustrated by Amy Grimes ; paper engineering by Maike Biederstädt.
[Readers]"will love lifting the big flaps to find five peekaboo surprises pop up from the pages: eggs floating in the water, a tiny tadpole swimming, a fascinating froglet, a fully grown, hopping frog…then the cycle starts all over again! Does your little…
Seriously do not open this book / Andy Lee ; illustrated by Heath McKenzie.
"He’s back… AGAIN! This cheeky blue character is willing to forgive you for what happened last time… but he SERIOUSLY does not want you to open this book or turn its pages. What reason does he have this time?" --author's website.
Plus one / John Hare.
"Agnes is new to town and wants to make friends, so she invites some girls in her class to a fancy tea party. When there is a knock at the door, she expects to see them—not Dave from next door. This isn't what she had in mind at all. . ." --publisher's we…
Don't trust cats : life lessons from Chip the dog / written by Dev Petty ; illustrated by Mike Boldt.
"Chip has been described as very smart and also a dog. And because he’s a very good boy, he’s going to share his tips on how to live your best life, namely: Don’t trust cats. Not even the little, fluffy ones with big eyes. Nohow, no meow. Trust the squirr…
My block looks like / written by Janelle Harper ; illustrated by Frank Morrison.
"A lyrical and proud picture book that recognizes the beauty of the bodegas, subways, and playgrounds that characterize everyday life in the Bronx and pays homage to the ways that its residents have shaped pop culture through music, visual art, and dance.…
Do not open this book again / Andy Lee ; illustrated by Heath McKenzie.
"DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOK... AGAIN! He's back! And, once again, this cheeky blue character does not want you to open this book or turn its pages. What reason does he have this time? This fun story will delight children and adults alike. Keep turning the page…
PAW Patrol : 101 first words
"Follow the heroic pups of the PAW Patrol as they introduce toddlers to 101 common words and objects." --back cover.
Have you seen Mikki Olsen? / Alex Macdonald.
"Penguin has a favourite teddy called Mikki Olsen. Whatever Penguin does, wherever Penguin goes, Mikki is always right there next to him. After a very tiring day, Penguin rushes to bed. When he wakes up, Mikki has vanished! But can you spot where he might…
Richard Scarry's cars and trucks and things that go / Richard Scarry.
"Buckle-up for a fun-filled day of planes, trains, automobiles . . . and even a pickle truck! Featuring hundreds of clearly labeled vehicles, this is the perfect book for little vehicle fans." --publisher's website.
Jungle pups / adapted by Frank Berrios ; illustrated by Nate Lovett.
"Something is making big footprints in the Hidden Jungle. Could it be a dinosaur? Follow Tracker as he leads Chase, Skye, and the rest of the PAW Patrol on a journey to solve the mystery." --publisher's website.
Star's magic.
"The story, set in Rosas, the kingdom of wishes where wishes can literally come true, follows Asha—an optimist with a sharp wit who cares endlessly about her community. In a moment of desperation, Asha makes an impassioned plea to the stars, which is answ…
Natasha Wing's the night before Passover / by Natasha Wing ; illustrated by Nathalie Beauvois.
"'Twas the night before Passover--our kitchen's super clean. No more bread, no more doughnuts, not a crumb to be seen. A little girl and her family are getting read to celebrate the first night of Passover. Together, they read the Haggadah, ask the Four…
Unicorn makes friends / illustrated by Samara Hardy.
"Making friends can be tricky, but Unicorn is here to help! Follow along with Unicorn in these 10 very short stories as she discovers how to make friends and be a good friend." --back cover
First 100 words / illustrated by Xenia Voronicheva.
"Frist 100 words is an exciting introduction to 100 everyday words! Babies and toddlers learn common first words, from toys (ball, bear) and animals (cat, dog) to the outdoors (tree, flower). Bright, colorful illustrations pair perfectly with simple tex…
Strong : Psalm 1 / Sally Lloyd-Jones and Jago.
"Closed to you, God, is a good place for me to be....[This is a] board book inspired by Psalm 1. Strong reassures little ones that God is the one who loves them, and looks after them, and makes them strong." --back cover
Peek inside the farm / illustrated by Olga Demidova ; written by Anna Milbourne.
"Peek inside barns and behind gates to find baby lambs, busy tractors and lost more on the farm." --back cover
Easter with Nana / by Larissa Juliano ; illustrated by Sunila Paul.
"Easter is such a special holiday for the young marrator and her brother, and it's even more special when they spend it at Nana's house! This story is a...springtime adventure filled with Easter eggs, yummy food, and lot's of love!" --back cover
The Story of David and Goliath : a parable of courage and faith / by Pia Imperial ; illustrated by Carly Gledhill.
This is "the story of brave David and his battle against mighty Goliath. Take readers back in time to witness this incredible Biblical tale of courage as an underdog named David, through strength from his faith in God, claimed victory over the giant Golia…
Happy Easter, Little Critter / by Mercer Mayer.
"Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter is celebrating Easter....Whether he’s dyeing eggs, searching for baskets, or snacking on sweets, both parents and children alike will relate to this...story." --publisher's website
Namor the Sub-Mariner / by Dave Croatto ; illustrated by James Rey Sanchez.
"Part human and part Atlantean, Namor is the prince of the undersea world in the Marvel Universe!...[R]eaders will love learning about his amazing abilities such as flying and swimming at super speeds as well as the friends and foes he meets on his advent…