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Cover: Touch the Sky

Touch the Sky

“This lovely, dynamic picture book would be an excellent choice for libraries needing stories about the path of learning, step by step, the small joys along the way, and sharing in that joy with others.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Wildfire: The Culture, Science, and Future of Fire

Wildfire: The Culture, Science, and Future of Fire

“With the prominence of wildfires in the news and the popularity of television shows like Fire Country, wildfires and fire ecology are bound to be a subject of interest to many young readers. This book is recommended to satisfy the curiosity of middle school and junior high… View →

 
Cover: Pieza a pieza (Piece by Piece): El obsequio de Ernestine para el presidente Roosevelt (Ernestine's Gift for President Roosevelt)

Pieza a pieza (Piece by Piece): El obsequio de Ernestine para el presidente Roosevelt (Ernestine's Gift for President Roosevelt)

“Beautiful objects can come from unassuming materials, and this book proves it. . . A gorgeous book recommended for all libraries in need of more Spanish-language picture book biographies.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Vamos a cambiar el mundo todos juntos (Come Together, Change the World): Guía de Sesame Street ® para luchar por la justicia racial (A Sesame Street ® Guide to Standing Up for Racial Justice)

Vamos a cambiar el mundo todos juntos (Come Together, Change the World): Guía de Sesame Street ® para luchar por la justicia racial (A Sesame Street ® Guide to Standing Up for Racial Justice)

“Useful and age-sensitive resources for handling tough but important subjects from a trusted source.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Haiku, Ew!: Celebrating the Disgusting Side of Nature

Haiku, Ew!: Celebrating the Disgusting Side of Nature

“While haikus and ickiness may not seem like the most obvious pairing, this book uses revolting facts to provide a surprisingly engaging dose of science.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Una fruta es una maleta para las semillas (A Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds)

Una fruta es una maleta para las semillas (A Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds)

“Children will be drawn in by the engaging narrative and the watercolor illustrations that depict the journey seeds can take before they end up in tummies. The images will have early elementary students wanting to pick the fruit right off the page.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Explora Júpiter (Explore Jupiter)

Explora Júpiter (Explore Jupiter)

“The series strikes a perfect balance, offering engaging content suitable for young minds eager to explore the marvels of space, while the incorporation of technology adds a contemporary flair that resonates with a broad audience . . . ideal for school library collections,… View →

 
Cover: I'm a Custodian

I'm a Custodian

“Early learning libraries will appreciate how these books incorporate words and text to encourage vocabulary development and retention. These books are great for ­independent reading as well as ­one-on-one reading with a caregiver. . . . [I]deal for ­public… View →

 
Cover: Aliens and UFOs: Investigating History's Mysteries

Aliens and UFOs: Investigating History's Mysteries

“The books in this visually exciting series read like suspense thrillers . . . . Highly recommended for schools and public libraries. Students will learn much from this excellently written and designed series.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Bionic Animals

Bionic Animals

“Highly engaging, an excellent addition to library collections and just right for those readers who always asks for more animal books.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Look Inside a Bulldozer: How It Works

Look Inside a Bulldozer: How It Works

“Beautiful, colorful photography with accompanying clear and concise text make these volumes extremely attractive for early readers . . . These highly appealing books belong in every library serving little ones and will not spend much time on the shelf.”—School Library… View →

 
Cover: Explore Polar Habitats with Ernie

Explore Polar Habitats with Ernie

“Solid habitat books for the youngest learners, with extra appeal for Sesame Street fans.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Anacondas: Nature's Biggest Snake

Anacondas: Nature's Biggest Snake

“Focuses on life cycles and habitats. Every page includes a large photograph . . . Solid animal profiles.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Dig Deep!: Extreme Land Sports

Dig Deep!: Extreme Land Sports

“Readers will be attracted by stunning photos of thrill-seekers in extreme and often dangerous sports. . . . Intriguing topics abound.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Mindfulness and My Body

Mindfulness and My Body

“[T]hese titles would pair well with other classroom activities ranging from science lessons to physical education.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Cruzita and the Mariacheros

Cruzita and the Mariacheros

“Mariachi, family, and pan dulce are the ingredients for this perfect middle grade novel. Highly recommended for all middle grade collections.”—starred, School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: The Lost Forest: An Unexpected Discovery beneath the Waves

The Lost Forest: An Unexpected Discovery beneath the Waves

“Features photographs of the dives to the forest and the surrounding ecosystem. Scientific processes are explained and illustrated, and several at-home experiments are provided.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Artemis Mission: Return to the Moon

Artemis Mission: Return to the Moon

“Future space explorers will find these books mesmerizing whether they hope one day to travel into space or simply read about it from an armchair.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Meet Sarah Nurse: Olympic Hockey Superstar

Meet Sarah Nurse: Olympic Hockey Superstar

“Color photographs of the players in action complement the texts, which will delight their fans . . . suitable titles for young fans craving information about their favorite athletes.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Robots Saving Lives

Robots Saving Lives

“[E]ngaging and informative. . . . Readers will be drawn to this series that provides them an up-close and personal view of the emerging technology of robots.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Aaron Judge vs. Babe Ruth: Who Would Win?

Aaron Judge vs. Babe Ruth: Who Would Win?

“Entices young fans to consider and compare great athletes from past eras with current stars . . . The inclusion of four great female athletes is welcome, and this series will be a hit with sports fans.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: Cloudy Days: A First Look

Cloudy Days: A First Look

“Facts about weather conditions are presented clearly and succinctly . . . High-quality color photos support and clarify explanations. Questions are posed to young learners throughout to keep them thinking, engaged, and drawing upon life experiences.”—School Library… View →

 
Cover: Eating My Words: And 128 Other Poems

Eating My Words: And 128 Other Poems

“Simultaneously a book of poems and a primer on poetic craft . . . An excellent addition to poetry collections, this volume will excite and engage, and—most importantly—it will empower children to write poems of their own.”—School Library Journal View →

 
Cover: A Better Best Friend

A Better Best Friend

“Tallec’s charming, child-friendly story captures an ever-present concern of many readers, young and old, and offers an open ending that invites discussion. An outstanding read-aloud for adults and children, bursting with humor and warmth.”—School Library Journal View →