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If You Come to Earth — This masterful and moving picture book is a visually comprehensive guide to the earth—and all its people, families, and more—imbued with warmth and humor. Ideal for children ages 3 to 5 years old, but adults will also enjoy its message about the need to care for the earth and each other.
No Reading Allowed — You can't believe everything you hear. A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play.
Wild Symphony — Children and adults can enjoy this book as a traditional read-along, or can choose to listen to original musical compositions as they read—one for each animal—with a free smartphone app, which uses augmented reality to play the song for each page when a phone's camera is held over it. It's interactive and fun! By Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code.
Sun Flower Lion — Caldecott Medalist Kevin Henkes uses simple shapes, limited colors, and a pitch-perfect text to tell Lion’s story in this transcendent picture book, which transforms a simple story into something magical.
A Polar Bear in the Snow — Follow a magnificent polar bear through a fantastic world of snow and shockingly blue sea. Over the ice, through the water, past Arctic animals and even a human . . . where is he going? What does he want? Artist Shawn Harris’s striking torn-paper illustrations layer white-on-white hues, with bolts of blue and an interplay of shadow and light, for a gorgeous view of a stark yet beautiful landscape.
Ten on a Twig — "In much the same way Eric Carle utilizes the pages in The Very Hungry Caterpillar to show the little critter eating its way through the week, Cole uses pages of increasing width to show how the twig grows shorter as each bird falls and marches off purposefully with the others. Stylistically, the book is captivating. Sure to delight readers. Who knew that turning the pages could be the best part of a book?" — Kirkus Reviews
The Couch Potato — The Couch Potato has everything within reach and doesn't have to move from the sunken couch cushion. But when the electricity goes out, Couch Potato is forced to peel away from the comforts of the living room and venture outside. Could fresh air and sunshine possibly be better than the views on screen? Readers of all ages will laugh along as their new best spuddy learns that balancing screen time and playtime is the root to true happiness.