Angelina Ballerina by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig
Angelina is a pretty little mouse who wants nothing more than to be a ballerina. She dances all the time–at home, at school, even in her dreams! In fact, she’s so busy dancing that she forgets all about the other things she’s supposed to do, like cleaning her room and joining her family for breakfast! Her parents don’t know what to do–especially after her arabesques in the kitchen knock over the milk! Then one day they come up with an idea that will change Angelina’s life forever…
Lola Dutch When I Grow Up by Kenneth Wright and Sarah Jane Wright
Lola Dutch is always bursting with grand plans–so of course she has many ideas for what she wants to be when she grows up!
Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet by Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser
Fancy Nancy and her best friend, Bree, couldn’t be more excited about their upcoming dance show. After all, it’s all about mermaids–and who knows how to be a fancy, glamorous mermaid better than Fancy Nancy herself? But when another ballerina wins the coveted role of the mermaid, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. Can Nancy bring fancy flair to her role, even though it isn’t the one she wanted? And when disaster strikes right before the big ballet, who will step in to steal the spotlight?
Pinkalicious by Elizabeth Kann and Victoria Kann
Pink bubblegum, pink peonies, pink cotton candy, and pink fairy princess dresses abound in this delightful book about a little girl who just can’t resist one more bite of pink cupcakes. When she eats too many, she turns pink!
Uni the Unicorn by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Brigette Barrager
In this clever twist on the age-old belief that there’s no such thing as unicorns, Uni the unicorn is told there’s no such thing as little girls! But Uni believes that little girls are real. This refreshing and sweet story of friendship reminds readers that sometimes wishes really can come true.
Unicorns 101 by Cale Atkinson
Unicorns! You love them, but how much do you really know about them? Join Professors Glitter Pants, Sprinkle Steed, Star Hoof, and Sugar Beard, plus their trusty lab assistant, Pete, as they reveal mind-blowing unicorn facts never before available to the public!
Unicorns Are the Worst! by Alex Willan
A grumpy goblin hates having unicorns as neighbors, but when dragons threaten his home and the unicorns come to the rescue, he has to admit that maybe unicorns are not so bad after all.
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri
Dragons love tacos. They love chicken tacos, beef tacos, great big tacos, and teeny tiny tacos. So if you want to lure a bunch of dragons to your party, you should definitely serve tacos. Buckets and buckets of tacos. Unfortunately, where there are tacos, there is also salsa. And if a dragon accidentally eats spicy salsa . . . oh, boy. You’re in red-hot trouble.
The Knight Who Said No! by Lucy Rowland and Kate Hindley
Ned the knight always does exactly what he is told, but when a dragon swoops into town, he decides for the first time to say “no.”
Have You Seen My Blankie? by Lucy Rowland and Paula Metcalf
Princess Alice has lost her very precious blankie, and she must find it before bedtime! But her brother doesn’t have it, and neither do the giant or the witch. Finally Alice discovers her special snuggly in the arms of a sleepy dragon. But he looks so sad when she takes it back that she knows she must find something just as cozy, soft, and warm for him to cuddle. But what could that be?
I Am Enough by Grace Byers and Keturah A. Bobo
A gorgeous debut and a lyrical ode to self-confidence and kindness, for girls from every background and every color, from “Empire” actor and activist Byers and talented newcomer artist Bobo.
All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman
This warm, welcoming picture book celebrates diversity and gives encouragement and support to all kids. Readers can follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcomed with open arms and learn from each other’s traditions.
The Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfeld
When something sad happens, Taylor doesn’t know where to turn. All the animals are sure they have the answer. The chicken wants to talk it out, but Taylor doesn’t feel like chatting. The bear thinks Taylor should get angry, but that’s not quite right either. One by one, the animals try to tell Taylor how to act, and one by one they fail to offer comfort. Then the rabbit arrives. All the rabbit does is listen . . . which is just what Taylor needs.
Ruby Finds a Worry by Tom Percival
One day, Ruby finds something unexpected: a Worry. It’s not such a big Worry, at first. But every day, it grows a little bigger . . . And a little bigger . . . Until eventually, the Worry is ENORMOUS and is all she can think about. When Ruby befriends a young boy, she discovers that everyone has worries, and not only that, there’s a great way to get rid of them too . . .This perceptive and poignant story is the perfect springboard for talking to children about emotional intelligence and sharing hidden anxieties.
Be Kind by Pat Zietlow Miller and Jen Hill
From asking the new girl to play to standing up for someone being bullied, this moving and thoughtful story explores what a child can do to be kind, and how each act, big or small, can make a difference or at least help a friend.
One More Wheel!: A Things-That-Go Counting Book by Colleen AF Venable, Odd Dot, et al.
Follow Maggie and Tillie, two adorable animal friends, as they one-up each other with more and more wheels in this cleverly conceived counting board book–packed with vehicles of all shapes and sizes
I Stink! Board Book by Kate McMullan and Jim McMullan
He’s the coolest truck with the baddest attitude and the sharpest nose for the smelliest trash. His job? Eating your garbage and loving every stinky second of it!
Elbow Grease: Fast Friends by John Cena and Howard McWilliam
Monster truck Elbow Grease and his brothers meet a monster-cycle, Chopper, and hope to be her friend–until she proves to be faster, smarter, and more capable than they are.
Dino-Hockey by Lisa Wheeler and Barry Gott
The Meat-Eaters take on the Veggiesaurs in a match unrivaled in hockey (and dinosaur) history. Young readers can join the fans and pick up on the action to find out what happens.
Little Basketball Boardbook by Brad Herzog and Doug Bowles
Now even the smallest of fans can enjoy a book about their favorite sport. Rhyming riddles acompanied by colorful artwork help introduce the game’s simplest, most basic elements.
Let’s Play Sports: Let’s Play Football; Let’s Play Baseball; Let’s Play Soccer; Let’s Play Basketball Board Book Boxed Set by Nancy Hall
Learn all about football, baseball, soccer, and basketball with this sporty four-book collection! Get out and play!
Goodnight Football by Christina E. Forshay
In rhyming text a child, home from a game, bids goodnight to all the sights and sounds of a school football game.
Dino-Soccer by Lisa Wheeler and Barry Gott
When veggie-nibbling Grazers and meat-munching Biters take to the soccer field, it’s a showdown of prehistoric proportions. Herbivores and carnivores play a hilarious and closely fought soccer match in front of a stadium full of cheering dinosaurs.
Two Little Trains by Margaret Wise Brown and Greg Pizzoli
A streamlined train and a little old train journey through hills and over mountains, crossing rivers and plains, in this treasured story from Margaret Wise Brown, author of Goodnight Moon. Reimagined with bold and vibrant art by Geisel Award-winning artist Greg Pizzoli, this updated edition is perfect for fans of things that go
My Big Train Book by Roger Priddy
Looks at different types of trains from around the world, including high-speed trains, steam trains, and passenger trains.
Friends at the Firehouse: Double Booked: 35 Lift-The-Flaps Inside! by Kayla Stark
Lift the flaps to explore all the fun at the firehouse!
My Big Truck Book by Roger Priddy
Teaches small children the names of different trucks.
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Things That Go by Karen de Seve
This charming reference book takes a closer look at the different ways people move from place to place. More than 100 colorful photos are paired with age-appropriate text that explains how cars, bicycles, rockets, and other modes of transportation work.
Everything Goes: What Flies in the Air? by Brian Biggs
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Follow a flock of birds as they travel across the sky and encounter all kinds of awesome flying vehicles.
Hello, World! Cars and Trucks by Jill McDonald
Fans of cars and trucks will love this vehicle-filled book in the hit Hello, World! board book series. Toddlers can learn all about all kinds of exciting machines, with easy-to-understand facts and bright pictures of fast, fascinating things that go!
Jonny Lambert’s Construction Site by Jonny Lambert
A beautifully illustrated book for babies featuring lots of noisy diggers working together on a very busy building site.
Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go by Richard Scarry
On their way to the beach for a picnic the Pig family encounters almost every kind of transportation vehicle imaginable–and imaginary.
Good Night, Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle and Jill McElmurry
Little Blue Truck and his good friend Toad are heading home when a storm lets loose. Before long, their familiar, now very nervous barnyard friends (Goat, Hen, Goose, Cow, Duck, and Pig) squeeze into the garage.
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton
When Mike Mulligan and his steam shovel, Mary Anne, lose their jobs to the gasoline, electric, and diesel motor shovels, they find a new opportunity in a very surprising place.
Little Excavator by Anna Dewdney
There’s Loader and Dump Truck, Backhoe and Crane. They’re ready to transform a vacant lot into a neighborhood park. And who wants to help most of all?
Heroes Wear Masks: Elmo’s Super Adventure by Sesame Workshop
Superheroes wear masks! Come along in this Elmo book as he gets ready to go off to school and be a mask hero!
Roar! Roar! I’m a Dinosaur! by Jo Lodge
An interactive first introduction to dinosaurs that will have little ones ROARING with excitement!
Farmblock by Christopher Franceschelli and Peskimo
It’s time to plant some crops, harvest the veggies, and make jam to take to the farmer’s market In this follow-up to Alphablock, Countablock, Dinoblock, Cityblock, Buildablock, and Marvel Alphablock, readers are introduced to what life is like on the farm.
Hug Me Little Bear: Finger Puppet Book by Chronicle Books
Share your love with this huggable finger puppet book! The sweetly reassuring stories in this brand-new series celebrate all the things a parent’s arms can do for their child, from playing games to sharing a treat and–best of all–showing their love with a hug.
Where Is Baby’s Yummy Tummy? by Karen Katz
A rhyming text names, and flaps illustrate, parts of the baby’s body.
I Love Music: My First Sound Book by Marion Billet
What magical sounds do a guitar, violin, piano, and other instruments make? Find out in this exciting interactive introduction to music that’s just right for curious little ones!
Dress Me Up!: A Mix-And-Match Play Book by Maria Carluccio
Through the use of unique die-cut hats, outfits, and shoes, as well as colored patterned flaps, the reader is invited to dress up eight different characters, and learn about colors and dress.
Slide & Surprise in the Snow by Natalie Marshall
Find out which animals are hiding in the snow in this adorable new novelty series with fun animal facts and big pull tabs on every page!
Dino’s Busy Book: Scholastic Early Learners (Touch and Explore) by Scholastic
Dino has a busy day ahead! Help him match the patterns he finds in his daily life with patterns on interactive cloth tabs. This engaging novelty book helps readers develop their fine motor skills, encourages pattern and color recognition, and has a large trim size perfect for little hands. A great title for exploring alone or sharing together.
A Changing Picture Book: Fishy, Fishy by Roger Priddy
Young children can learn to count in a creative and interesting way as they pull the tabs and watch as the images magically transform before their eyes. By pulling the tabs, children will add more friends for the lonely fish, the adventurous astronauts, and more.
Dog by Matthew Van Fleet
Twenty-five breeds of dogs demonstrate action words, opposites, synonyms, and more in this novelty book for toddlers with textured and movable parts.
Dance by Matthew Van Fleet
A group of friendly animals teaches a baby chick how to dance
Dear Zoo: A Lift-The-Flap Book by Rod Campbell
Young readers love lifting the flaps to discover the animals the zoo has sent–a monkey, a lion, and even an elephant! But will they ever find the perfect pet?
Where’s the Narwhal? by Nosy Crow and Ingela P. Arrhenius
Five beautifully illustrated spreads show a series of friendly underwater creatures hiding behind bright felt flaps
Pat-A-Cake: Unicorns by Editors of Silver Dolphin Books
Sparkly wings, soft fur, shiny horns…and so much more! In Pat-a-Cake: Unicorns, young children will meet new unicorn friends while exploring the pages for touch-and-feel elements. After flying, splashing, and galloping with the unicorns, youngsters can complete the find-and-match game at the end for an added activity!
Who Am I? by Stephanie Babin
Simple riddles, bold images, and fun, interactive pull-tabs help make the classic guessing game loads of fun. Who likes to hop on lily pads? Who likes to eat honey from beehives? Pull the tabs to reveal ears, eyes, noses, and even the tongues of 10 creatures. Children will also be delighted with the sweet surprise at the end, when a baby animal makes an appearance!
How to Tell Time: A Lift-The-Flap Guide to Telling Time by DK
Telling time is a key topic for early learners. This charming and colorful book helps kids understand the basics of telling time. Fully interactive, the book features lift-the-flap puzzles that help kids to relate telling the time to everyday life
See, Touch, Feel: A First Sensory Book by Roger Priddy
With bright photos of happy babies, this board book is specially designed to stimulate curiosity through sensory play. Each page has a colorful picture activity that invites baby to touch and explore. Includes raised textures, finger trails, and a shiny mirror. F
Opposites by Larissa Honsek
Short and tall. Big and small. Long and short. Globally famous artist Larissa Honsek’s adorable clay figures help little ones identify the difference in these important concepts
Fuzzy Yellow Ducklings by Matthew Van Fleet
There’s a surprise on every page as textured shapes magically turn into colorful creatures that beg to be touched and petted. Each spread features a texture, a color, and a shape. With the flip of a gatefold, the textured shape becomes part of a playful group of animals. A fuzzy yellow circle becomes a duckling
Colors Matching Game Book: 4 Activities in 1! by Stéphanie Babin and Vincent Mathy
Discover an exciting way to encourage children to expand their knowledge of colors, train their visual memory, increase their attention to detail, and build vocabulary
– Features interactive pages with sliding panels that provide four activities in one as children can slide the panels to find matching colors; spot the objects in the big picture; identify colors and objects; or even come up with games of their own
The Cookie Book of Colors by Editors
If you could taste color, this cookie book would have all the flavors of the rainbow. From social media cookie-gram master Holly Fox comes a delicious board book of colors that looks good enough to eat.
Ten Mini Mermaids by Editors of Silver Dolphin Books
Dive under the sea and count to ten with Ten Mini Mermaids! This interactive board book includes ten colorful mermaids embedded in the book pages–swimming through the seaweed, lounging on rocks, playing with seashells, and much more. With fun rhyming text and adorable illustrations, this book is perfect for little ones who love mermaids!
Count to 10 with a Mouse by Margaret Wise Brown and Kirsten Richards
Learn to count to 10 with this fun, playful board book edition of this Margaret Wise Brown classic.
1 Grumpy Bruce: A Counting Board Book by Ryan T. Higgins
Long-suffering Bruce once again contends with an increasingly crowded household, this time in an original board book where young ones can count the never-ending party guests
Kindness Counts 123 by R. A. Strong and Ekaterina Trukhan
Thoughtful illustrations of children showing kindness and generosity will help kids learn the important concepts of empathy and compassion while counting down the many ways to be kind. Whether it be delivering cookies to a new neighbor, sharing toys, or saying I love you to Grandma and Grandpa, here is the perfect book to read aloud at home or in the classroom to spark conversations about simple acts of kindness. With durable cardstock pages and approachable language, this book will encourage children to be their best selves wherever they go.
Ten on a Twig by Lo Cole
Count down from ten like never before with this uniquely beautiful interactive picture book for fans of Eric Carle books! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and early readers who are learning numbers and learning how to count, or for anyone who wants a great bedtime book.
The Amicus Book of ABC by Isobel Lundie
Unique collage art using recycled maps and marbled papers illustrates this alphabet boardbook for toddlers. The large letters and simple descriptions of familiar objects help foster letter recognition, whole descriptive language and repeated words create a fun story time read.
A is for Artichoke: A Foodie Alphabet from Artichoke to Zest by Maddie Frost and America’s Test Kitchen Kids
The perfect first alphabet book for your little future foodie–straight from the experts at America’s Test Kitchen!
Alphabet Street by Jonathan Emmett and Ingela P. Arrhenius
There’s so much to discover in this ingenious book! Read the funny rhyming text, lift the flaps, and learn the letters of the alphabet. And when you’re finished, flip the book and have fun with the play scene on the reverse!
See, Touch, Feel: ABC by Roger Priddy
An interactive first alphabet book for baby and parent to share. This book is specially designed to engage babies through sensory play with plenty to see, touch and learn.
Thomas & Friends 5-Minute Stories: The Sleepytime Collection… by Random House
Settle down with 12 adventure-filled tales that follow Thomas the Tank Engine and his railway friends all around the Island of Sodor. Each of these stories is perfect for reading aloud in just five minutes. They’re ideal for naptime, quiet time, bedtime–or any time!
Paw Patrol 5-Minute Stories Collection (Paw Patrol) by Random House
Join the PAWsome pups of the PAW Patrol for thrills, chills, giggles, and teamwork! In this collection of stories, you will find exciting tales of aliens, genies, treasures, and rescues. Each story can be read aloud in about five minutes, making this collection ideal for bedtime.
Pete the Cat: 5-Minute Pete the Cat Stories: Includes 12… by James Dean, Kimberly Dean, et al.
Pete the cat and the bad banana. Pete the Cat bites into a bad banana and vows never to eat bananas again, even though he generally likes the fruit.
Five-Minute Peppa Stories (Peppa Pig) by Eone
Peppa Pig plays soccer, gets a visit from the tooth fairy, welcomes her new neighbors, and more! Follow the adventures of Peppa, George, and their friends in this delightful collection. All eight stories can be read aloud in five minutes or less–making any time the perfect time for Peppa.
Sesame Street 5-Minute Stories (Sesame Street) by Various
A collection of 19 Sesame Street stories that each take just five minutes to read! Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, Bert, Ernie, and other Sesame Muppets star in sweet, funny stories about friendship, sharing, cooperation, and imagination.
We’re Different, We’re the Same (Sesame Street) by Bobbi Kates and Joe Mathieu
Favorite characters from “Sesame Street” teach young children about racial harmony. Rhyming text celebrates the racial rainbow, without which the world would be so much less interesting and wonderful.
Cookies for Elmo: A Little Book about the Big Power of Sharing by Sesame Workshop and Erin Guendelsberger
When Cookie Monster tries to bake cookies to share with Elmo, he finds they’re too hard to resist! How can he share when he just wants them all to himself? In this charming and funny new story, Cookie Monster proves that it can be hard to share sometimes, even when you know you should. But sharing can make both people happy, and can help grow your friendship!
Elmo’s Big Lift-And-Look Book (Sesame Street) by Anna Ross and Joe Mathieu
Sesame Street’s Elmo is cute and red and incredibly huggable. More than 60 easy-to-flip flaps inside this book work wonderfully to teach children about simple objects, numbers, opposites, and more.
Elmo Clap Your Hands! (Sesame Street) [With Puppet] by Random House
Toddlers can act out the words to the song, If You’re Happy and You Know It, Clap Your Hands with the Elmo puppet attached to this utterly irresistible board book perfect for girls and boys ages 1 to 3. Clap your hands, rub your tummy, scratch your nose–and laugh along with Elmo and all of his beloved Sesame Street friends!
Elmo’s Little Library by Deborah November, Constance Allen, et al.
This little library of four bestselling Big Bird’s Favorite Sesame Street board books starring Elmo includes: Elmo’s Mother Goose, Elmo’s Tricky Tongue Twisters, Elmo Says, and Elmo’s ABC Book. Boys and girls ages 1-4 won’t be able to resist either the stories or carrying them around in their sturdy little box complete with both a handle and Elmo on the front!
The Berenstain Bears’ Bedtime Battle [With Stickers] by Jan Berenstain, Stan Berenstain, et al.
Deep in Bear Country, all eyes are on the treehouse as the cubs do everything they can think of to postpone their bedtime.
The Berenstain Bears and the Week at Grandma’s by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
Brother and Sister worry about spending a week at Gran and Gramp’s house. By the end of the visit they’ve learned a lot from their lively grandparents–and the older bears have discovered how wonderful it is to be grandparents.
The Berenstain Bears Visit the Firehouse by Mike Berenstain and Mike Berenstain
Ding, ding, ding! With an alarm bell, a sliding pole, and lots of big trucks, the firehouse is an exciting place to visit. Come along as the Berenstain Bears meet everyday heroes–firefighters
The Berenstain Bears’ Dinosaur Dig by Mike Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
When Brother and Sister visit the Bearsonian Museum, they luck out. A real dinosaur dig is taking place. What sort of fossils will they find? A Stegosaurus? A Spinosaurus? The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex? Dig in with the Berenstain Bears and find out!
The Berenstain Bears Fall Family Fun by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
Have a little fall fun with two bestselling Berenstain Bears stories in one–includes one story celebrating Halloween and the other Thanksgiving!
Clifford the Firehouse Dog by Norman Bridwell and Norman Bridwell
It only takes a little to BE BIG!
Emily Elizabeth and Clifford go to visit his brother, who is a firehouse dog. When an alarm goes off, Clifford comes to the rescue–he HELPS OTHERS by rescuing the people and putting out the fire!
Clifford’s Birthday Party (Classic Storybook) by Norman Bridwell and Norman Bridwell
At Clifford’s birthday party, the children and their dogs give him some gifts, a big cake, and an extra-special surprise.
Clifford’s Family by Norman Bridwell and Norman Bridwell
Meet Clifford’s family! The Big Red Dog’s mother, father, brother, and sisters are scattered all over a big city and live very different lives. They may all live apart, but they will always love each other. And they all make their owners very, very happy!
Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell and Norman Bridwell
Emily Elizabeth describes the activities she enjoys with her very big red dog and how they take care of each other.
Clifford the Small Red Puppy by Norman Bridwell
Clifford begins life as a very small red puppy, but once he starts growing into a very large red dog there seems no limit to his potential size.
Maisy’s Bedtime by Lucy Cousins and Lucy Cousins
Maisy the mouse and her toy panda get ready for bed.
Maisy Plays Soccer: A Maisy First Experiences Book by Lucy Cousins and Lucy Cousins
Wow, look at the crowd! Maisy and friends play a rousing game of soccer in a read-aloud sure to have aspiring little players cheering.
Maisy Goes Shopping by Lucy Cousins and Lucy Cousins
Maisy and Charley make a trip to the grocery store to buy something for lunch.
Maisy’s Morning on the Farm by Lucy Cousins and Lucy Cousins
With chickens and pigs to feed and the cow to milk, mornings are a busy time on Maisy’s farm. After the chores are done, Maisy eats her yummy breakfast.
Maisy Gets a Pet by Lucy Cousins
What is it like to get your first pet? Little Black Cat becomes Maisy’s new companion in a purr-fect First Experiences story.
Curious George Goes to the Zoo by H. A. Rey
George is going to visit a new kind of zoo where the animals all roam free. Some of those animals look like a lot of fun–so much fun that a curious monkey can’t resist joining them. Giraffes and flamingos are close enough to touch, but George befriends a baby rhino who seems a little sad. Who better to lure her from her hiding place than George? And just in time for her special birthday party!
Curious George the Donut Delivery by H. A. Rey
Curious George adds a few extra zeroes to his donut order and doesn’t realize just how big his delivery problem is going to become. This paperback picture book explores the concepts of zero and counting by tens.
Curious George and the Hot Air Balloon by H. A. Rey and Margret Rey
While on vacation, George and the man with the yellow hat stop to see Mt. Rushmore. There’s no time to take a helicopter view, but George gets whisked up and away at the balloon races and may get a close-up view of the presidents after all.
Curious George Goes to a Costume Party by H. A. Rey
Curious George and the man in the yellow hat arrive at a Halloween party without costumes, and George later causes a sensation at the party.
Curious George Votes by H. A. Rey
It’s election day at the elementary school, and Curious George gets to join in the vote on the new school mascot!
Peppa and the Big Train (Peppa Pig) by Eone
Peppa Pig, Suzy Sheep, and all of their friends take a trip on a great big train! They have to spot different items outside along the way–but where will the train take them at the end?
Good Night, Peppa by Scholastic
Peppa and George love when Granny and Grandpa Pig come over to babysit for the night! They take baths, brush their teeth, and curl up in their cozy beds. But what happens when Peppa and George just can’t fall asleep?
Peppa Pig Night Creatures: A Lift-The-Flap Book by Eone
Join Peppa Pig and her little brother George as they explore Grandpa Pig’s garden at nighttime and see owls and slugs and hedgehogs, oh my! Lift the flaps on every spread and use the exclusive Peppa Pig flashlight to find the creatures hidden in the dark.
Peppa’s Storytime Box (Peppa Pig) by Scholastic
The story box includes six 8×8 paperback books:
Peppa Pig: Ballet Lesson
Bedtime for Peppa
Peppa Pig: Class Trip
Peppa Goes Swimming
Peppa’s First Sleepover
Peppa Pig: The Tooth Fairy
Peppa Pig Story Treasury by Candlewick Press
Join Peppa Pig, George, and all their friends and family for six separate stories–all in one book … From jumping in muddy puddles to checking out books from the library, Peppa’s days are filled with fun
Peppa’s Pizza Party by Eone
Peppa and her family are having a pizza party!
Peppa Plays Soccer by Scholastic and Eone
Peppa, George, and their friends get together to play a game of soccer: the boys against the girls. But what happens when the two teams can’t agree on what’s fair?
Peppa in Space by Scholastic and Eone
Peppa Pig visits the museum with her family and learns all about outer space.
Peppa’s Magical Unicorn by Eone
When Suzy comes over to Peppa’s house to play, they have a lot of fun with Peppa’s new toy horse, Horsey Twinkle Toes. But what they really want to play with is a wonderful, magical, colorful unicorn! Can Daddy Pig make their dreams come true
Peppa Goes Apple Picking by Meredith Rusu and Eone
Peppa, George, Mummy Pig, and Daddy Pig celebrate the start of fall by going on a trip to the apple orchard. They will bake the apples into a delicious pie for Granny and Grandpa Pig–and Daddy Pig knows a special trick for getting the juiciest, most delicious apples!
Tummy Time Friends by Pat Brisson
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies sleep on their backs and play on their tummies to develop crucial muscles while lifting their heads and upper bodies. This lively board book unfolds accordion-style in a floor-standing arc around a tummy-time baby’s head.
Good Night, Gorilla Board Book by Peggy Rathmann
.At bedtime, the little gorilla cleverly grabs the zookeeper’s keys and frees a parade of animals to follow the keeper home to bed. The zookeeper’s wife returns them all–or does she?
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, John Archambault, et al.
An alphabet rhyme/chant that relates what happens when the whole alphabet tries to climb a coconut tree
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?: 50th Anniversary… by Bill Martin and Eric Carle
A big happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck– all parade across the pages of this delightful classic children’s book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep. Die-cut pages illustrate what the caterpillar ate on successive days.
The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.
Uni the Unicorn by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Brigette Barrager
Uni the unicorn believes that little girls are real.
Hug Machine by Scott Campbell and Scott Campbell
The hug machine is available to hug anyone, any time, whether they are square or long, spikey or soft.
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry… by Audrey Wood and Don Wood
Little Mouse loves strawberries, but so does the big hungry bear. . . How will Little Mouse stop the bear from eating his freshly picked, red ripe strawberry?
Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton and Tom Lichtenheld
A shark and a train compete in a series of contests on a seesaw, in hot air balloons, bowling, shooting baskets, playing hide-and-seek, and more.
Dream Big, Little One by Vashti Harrison
Featuring 18 trailblazing black women in American history, this irresistible board book adaptation of Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History profiles women who took a stand against a world that didn’t always accept them.
Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees
Gerald the giraffe is too clumsy to dance with all the other animals at the Jungle Dance, until he finds the right music.
The Boss Baby by Marla Frazee
The boss baby is used to getting his way–drinks made to order 24/7, a private jet, and meetings around the clock. But when his demands aren’t getting proper responses, he has to go to new lengths to achieve the attention he deserves.
Princess Hair by Sharee Miller
From dreadlocks to blowouts to braids, Princess Hair celebrates different hair shapes, textures, and styles in this self-affiriming board book.
I’m a Mail Carrier by Brian Biggs
Rita, Tinyville Town’s favorite mail carrier, makes sure everyone gets their mail on time, rain or shine, in this inclusive board book.
Tinyville Town: I’m a Firefighter by Brian Biggs
Welcome to Tinyville Town, where everyone has a job to do. In this book, we see what it’s like in a day in the life of a firefighter.
Antiracist Baby Board Book by Ibram X. Kendi and Ashley Lukashevsky
Illustrations and rhyming text present nine steps Antiracist Baby can take to improve equity, such as opening our eyes to all skin colors and celebrating all our differences.
Dad by My Side by Soosh
A heartwarming celebration of the special relationship between a father and daughter from Instagram sensation Soosh.
Lola at the Library with Mommy by Anna McQuinn and Rosalind Beardshaw
Every Tuesday, Lola and her mother go to the library to borrow new books for Mom to read to her before bedtime.
Baby Goes to Market by Atinuke and Angela Brooksbank
Join Baby and his doting mama at a bustling southwest Nigerian marketplace for a bright, bouncy read-aloud offering a gentle introduction to numbers.
Let’s Find Momo!: A Hide-And-Seek Board Book by Andrew Knapp
Fan-favorite Internet sensation border collie Momo hides within lavishly detailed, photographic spreads that also invite children to search for other hidden objects
Families Belong by Dan Saks and Brooke Smart
A rhyming, light-hearted celebration of families being – and belonging – together.
I Love My Tutu Too!: A Never Bored Book by Ross Burach
Bear, penguin, toucan are just some of the ten animals who are wearing their tutus today.
Little Bitty Friends by Elizabeth McPike and Patrice Barton
Curious babies observe and interact with plants and animals, including a sneezing kitten, sleeping rabbits, a furry caterpillar, and buttercup flowers.
Dragons Are Real! by Holly Hatam
This sparkly board book offers babies and toddlers a peek into the whimsical world of dragons. Discover what makes them so magical!
Unicorns Are Real! by Holly Hatam
This sparkly board book offers babies and toddlers a peek into the whimsical world of unicorns!
But Not the Armadillo by Sandra Boynton
Spend the day with the armadillo as he follows his nose wherever it goes.
Doggies by Sandra Boynton
Children learn to count from one to seven while trying to guess how many sounds doggies can make.
Little Pookie by Sandra Boynton
Discover what makes Pookie so nifty in this sweet, sort-of-counting book that’s made for cool little kids and parents alike. With Sandra Boynton’s signature charm and piggy pizzazz, this silly story proves that everyone needs a Little Pookie in their life!
How Do You Say Good Night? by Cindy Jin and Shirley Ng-Benitez
From Mexico, Vietnam, Kenya, and beyond, this charming board book teaches little ones how to say “good night” in ten different languages: Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French, Italian, Portuguese, Swahili, Arabic, Vietnamese, German, and Korean!
Say Hello! by Rachel Isadora and Rachel Isadora
Carmelita loves to greet everyone in her colorful neighborhood. There are people from so many different cultures! They all like to say hello too, so now Carmelita can say hello in Spanish, English, French, Japanese, and many other languages. And her dog, Manny? Well, he seems to understand everyone, and gives a happy “Woof!” wherever he goes.
Big Red Barn Board Book by Margaret Wise Brown and Felicia Bond
In the barnyard there are roosters, cows, horses, goats, and a pink piglet learning to squeal. Margaret Wise Brown’s lulling story about a day at the barnyard is now available as a sturdy board book.
I Love All of Me (Wonderful Me) by Lorie Ann Grover and Carolina Búzio
A glorious celebration of self-esteem that’s full of humor, love, and heart.
I Am a Bunny by Ole Risom and Richard Scarry
This beautifully illustrated Scarry classic, with a gentle story of a bunny’s experiences through the seasons, is now available in this board book format.
Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada by Jimmy Fallon and Miguel Ordóñez
A story about how father animals try to get their young ones to say “Dada” before any other words.
Hey, Baby!: A Baby’s Day in Doodles by Andrea Pippins
From the master doodler of I Love My Hair and new mom, Andrea Pippins, comes a delightful board book about a day in the life of a baby.
Everything You by Elizabeth McPike and Jay Fleck
When a new baby comes into the world, that baby becomes everything cuddly, everything kisses, everything love…everything possible. In other words, everything that matters. And the world is never quite the same again.
Global Babies by The Global Fund for Children
Color photographs and simple text introduce readers to babies from different countries.
A Friend for Dragon by Dav Pilkey
From Dav Pilkey, creator of the New York Times bestselling Dog Man and Captain Underpants series, comes Dragon, the heartwarming hero adored by Dav’s youngest readers!
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
Just before the Earth is demolished, Arthur Dent is plucked off the planet by his friend Ford Prefect. The intergalactic adventures of Arthur Dent begin in this, the first volume of the Douglas Adams’ comedy sci-fi classic series, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. 42!
A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab
From V.E. Schwab, the critically acclaimed author of Vicious, comes a new universe of daring adventure, thrilling power, and parallel Londons, beginning with A Darker Shade of Magic. Kell is one of the last Travelers–magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel universes. Officially, Kell is the Red Traveler, ambassador of Red London, carrying the monthly correspondences between the royals of each London. Unofficially, Kell is a smuggler–a dangerous hobby. Perilous magic is afoot, and treachery lurks at every turn. To save all of the worlds, Kell and Lila (a cut-purse from Grey London) will first need to stay alive–and that is proving trickier than they hoped.
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
Nineteen-year-old returning champion Sean Kendrick competes against Puck Connolly, the first girl ever to ride in the annual Scorpio Races, both trying to keep hold of their dangerous water horses long enough to make it to the finish line.
Ruth Objects: The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Doreen Rappaport and Eric Velasquez
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a trailblazer. A fighter. A public servant who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of equality. As a student, lawyer, and judge, Ruth often experienced unfair treatment. But she persisted, becoming a cultural icon, championing equality in pay and opportunity. Her brilliant mind, compelling arguments, and staunch commitment to truth and justice have convinced many to stand with her, and her fight continues to this day.
Pages & Co.: The Bookwanderers by Anna James and Paola Escobar
Since her mother’s disappearance, eleven-year-old Tilly Pages has found comfort in the stories at Pages & Co., her grandparents’ bookshop. But when her favorite characters, Anne of Green Gables and Alice from Wonderland, start showing up at the shop, Tilly’s adventures become very real. Not only can she follow Anne and Alice into their books, she discovers she can bookwander into any story she chooses. When secrets are uncovered, it’s up to Tilly to solve the mystery of what happened to her mother all those years ago. From debut author Anna James comes a charming and exciting adventure about a bookish young heroine, a mysterious librarian, and a magical bookshop that will delight book lovers everywhere”
Doodleville by Chad Sell
Drew’s doodles are mischievous . . . and rarely do they stay in Doodleville, the world she’s created in her sketchbook. Instead, Drew’s doodles prefer to explore the world outside.
Leviathan – Levi, for short – is bigger and better than anything Drew has ever created before. He’s a monster, but a friendly one. That is, until Levi begins to wreak havoc on Drew’s other doodles – and on the heroes her classmates have dreamt up.
With the help of her loyal art club friends, will Drew be able to save Doodleville – and Levi – before it’s too late?
Saucy by Cynthia Kadohata and Marianna Raskin
When eleven-year-old Becca, a quadruplet, finds a sick piglet on the side of the road, her life is changed forever.
Sal and Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez
In order to heal after his mother’s death, thirteen-year-old Sal learns to reach into time and space to retrieve things–and people–from other universes.
Echo Mountain by Lauren Wolk
When the Great Depression takes almost everything they own, Ellie’s family is forced to leave their home in town and start over in the untamed forests of nearby Echo Mountain. Ellie has found a welcome freedom, and a love of the natural world, in her new life on the mountain. But there is little joy, even for Ellie, as her family struggles with the aftermath of an accident that has left her father in a coma. An accident unfairly blamed on Ellie.
City Spies by James Ponti
Sara Martinez is facing years in the juvenile detention system for hacking into the foster care computer system to prove that her foster parents are crooks. But then she gets a second chance when a mysterious man offers her a chance to join a group of MI6 affiliated spies”–
All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys’ Soccer Team by Christina Soontornvat
On June 23, 2018, twelve young players of the Wild Boars soccer team and their coach enter a cave in northern Thailand seeking an afternoon’s adventure. But when they turn to leave, rising floodwaters block their path out. The boys are trapped! Before long, news of the missing team spreads, launching a seventeen-day rescue operation involving thousands of rescuers from around the globe. Combining firsthand interviews of rescue workers with in-depth science and details of the region’s culture and religion, [the author]…masterfully shows how both the complex engineering operation above ground and the mental struggles of the thirteen young people below proved critical in the life-or-death mission.”–
Above the Rim: How Elgin Baylor Changed Basketball by Jen Bryant and Frank Morrison
Hall-of-famer Elgin Baylor was one of basketball’s all-time-greatest players–an innovative athlete, team player, and quiet force for change. One of the first professional African-American players, he inspired others on and off the court. But when traveling for away games, many hotels and restaurants turned Elgin away because he was black. One night, Elgin had enough and staged a one-man protest that captured the attention of the press, the public, and the NBA.
Ghost Squad by Claribel Ortega and Claribel A. Ortega
For Lucely Luna, ghosts are more than just the family business. Shortly before Halloween, Lucely and her best friend, Syd, cast a spell that accidentally awakens malicious spirits, wreaking havoc throughout St. Augustine. Together, they must join forces with Syd’s witch grandmother, Babette, and her tubby tabby, Chunk, to fight the haunting head-on and reverse the curse to save the town and Lucely’s firefly spirits before it’s too late.
The Missing Baseball by Mike Lupica
While competing in Spirit Week events at school, eight-year-old twins Zach and Zoe follow clues to find Zach’s missing baseball, signed by his favorite major league player.
The Book of Fatal Errors by Dashka Slater
Twelve-year-old Rufus Takada Collins discovers feylings on his grandfather’s farm and it is up to him and his cousin Abigail to find the magical train cars that will carry them safely home.
Ways to Make Sunshine by Renée Watson and Nina Mata
The Hart family of Portland, Oregon, faces many setbacks after Ryan’s father loses his job, but no matter what, Ryan tries to bring sunshine to her loved ones.
Skunk and Badger by Amy Timberlake and Jon Klassen
The last thing Badger wants is a roommate, and certainly not Skunk, but since the house does not belong to him he does not have a choice; and soon everything in Badger’s quiet and ordered life studying rocks is turned upside down (and where on earth did all the chickens come from)–but after he drives Skunk and his chickens away, Badger starts to miss his roommate and sets out to find him and make amends.
Investigators by John Patrick Green
With their Very Exciting Spy Technology and their tried-and-true, toilet-based travel techniques, the InvestiGators are undercover and on the case! And on their first mission together, they have not one but two mysteries to solve! Can Mango and Brash uncover the clues, crack their cases, and corral the crooks–or will the criminals wriggle out of their grasp?
Now You Know How It Works by Valorie Fisher
Valorie Fisher takes infographics to a new level with bright, colorful visuals that are perfect for young, inquisitive minds. Her eye-catching mix of photographs and illustrations compels readers to dive in and explore how things work — from paper airplanes to straws, crayons to kites, pencils to boats, this book will answer questions kids have long wanted answers to, and go on to answer questions they didn’t even know they had!
The Bat by Elise Gravel
Hilarious illustrated nonfiction about bats perfect for beginning readers. Conversational text and silly illustrations will have you up all night reading about the only flying mammal on Earth
Octopus Stew by Eric Velasquez
Ramsey dons his superhero cape to rescue Grandma from the huge octopus she is trying to cook–or is he simply telling a story? Includes author’s note on the story’s origin and a recipe for Octopus stew.
A Normal Pig by K-Fai Steele
Ideal for back-to-school reading, this funny and empowering picture book from a debut author-illustrator is about a spotted pig in a class full of pink pigs who learns to accept her differences.
Evelyn del Rey Is Moving Away by Meg Medina and Sonia Sanchez
Evelyn Del Rey is Daniela’s best friend. They do everything together and even live in twin apartments across the street from each other: Daniela with her Mami and hamster, and Evelyn with her Mami, Papi, and cat. But not after today,, not after Evelyn moves away. Until then, the girls play amid the moving boxes until its time to say goodbye, making promises to keep in touch, because they know that their friendship will always be special.
Our Friend Hedgehog: The Story of Us by Lauren Castillo
When a storm separates Hedgehog from her lifelong friend, Mutty, she bravely sets out to find him and makes some very good new friends in the process.
Arnie, the Doughnut by Laurie Keller
From the author and illustrator of The Scrambled States of America comes this deliciously imaginative story about a doughnut named Arnie who sets out to change the fate of all doughnuts
Construction Site Mission: Demolition! by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Ag Ford
In rhyming text, the vehicles of the construction crew set to work demolishing an old rickety building–the necessary first step to building something new.
Soaked! by Abi Cushman
It looks like a wet and dreary day for Bear and his trio of friends. How could he possibly have fun when he is soaked? But Badger, Rabbit, and Moose don’t seem to mind. In fact, Moose can still hula hoop! And it looks like so much fun. Might Bear like to try?
Ducks! by Deborah Underwood and T. L. McBeth
Duck wanders away from the pond for a moment and returns to find the other ducks gone! Searching high and low, Duck discovers many clues around the city – footprints, feathers, egg – but no ducks. Will Duck’s feathered friends finally be found?
Bike & Trike by Elizabeth Verdick and Brian Biggs
Look out, world! There’s a shiny, new Bike in town. But what does this mean for rusty, old Trike?
If You Come to Earth by Sophie Blackall
In this picture book, a boy writes a letter to an imagined alien, explaining all the things he will need to know about Earth and the people who live here–and adding a postscript asking what the alien might look like.
Puppy Truck by Brian Pinkney
Carter wants a puppy, but he gets a truck instead. So he pets it, puts a leash around it, and takes it to the park. But the truck won’t still! What will Carter do with his rascally Puppy Truck?
Hurry Up!: A Book about Slowing Down by Kate Dopirak and Christopher Silas Neal
A busy boy and his dog learn to slow down and enjoy life together.
Seafire by Natalie C. Parker
Recalling the feminine power of “Wonder Woman” and “Mad Max: Fury Road”, the launch of a heart-stopping trilogy follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a vicious warlord’s powerful fleet.
Bookish Boyfriends by Tiffany Schmidt
Merrilee Campbell, 16, thinks boys are better in books, chivalry is dead, and there’d be nothing more romantic than having just one guy woo her like the heroes in classic stories. She’s about to get the chance to test these daydreams when she, her best friend, Eliza, and her younger sister, Rory, transfer into Reginald R. Hero High, where all their fantasies come true–often with surprising consequences
Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde
In the virtual reality game “Heir Apparent,” there are too many ways to get killed–and Giannine is finding them all. Unless she can get the magic ring, locate the stolen treasure, and defeat the dragon, she’ll never win. And she has to, because losing means she’ll die–for real.
Stranger with My Face by Lois Duncan
A sixteen-year-old senses she’s being spied on and probably impersonated, but when she discovers what actually is occurring, it’s more unbelievable than she ever imagined.
Under Their Skin by Margaret Peterson Haddix
Twelve-year-old twins Nick and Eryn investigate why their mother and new stepfather are keeping secrets, why they are forbidden to meet their stepsiblings, and, most important, why their lives are in danger.
First Team by Tim Green
With his strong left arm, Brock knows he can be a great quarterback, and with the help of his new friend, Mak, he has a plan to make the first team. But the coaches have plans of their own, especially for the kids from the wrong side of the tracks, which is exactly where Brock now lives.
The Agency: A Spy in the House by Y. S. Lee
Rescued from the gallows in 1850s London, young orphan and thief Mary Quinn is offered a place at Miss Scrimshaw’s Academy for Girls where she is trained to be part of an all-female investigative unit called The Agency and, at age seventeen, she infiltrates a rich merchant’s home in hopes of tracing his missing cargo ships.
Airborn by Kenneth Oppel
Now in paperback–a swashbuckling new fantasy by the bestselling author of the Silverwing trilogy. In the early 20th century, a young orphan serves as a cabin boy aboard an airship and is witness to life-and-death battles in the sea and above land.
The Traitor’s Game by Jennifer A. Nielsen
Kestra Dallisor has spent three years in exile in the Lava Fields, but that won’t stop her from being drawn back into her father’s palace politics. He’s second-in-command to the cruel king, Lord Endrick, which makes Kestra a valuable bargaining chip. A group of rebels knows this — and they snatch Kestra from her carriage as she reluctantly travels home.
The Merchant of Death by D. J. Machale
Journal of an adventure through time and space.; 010-014.; Bobby Pendragon is a fourteen-year-old boy who is swept off to an alternate dimension know as Denduron, a territory inhabited by strange beings, ruled by a magical tyrant, and plagued by dangerous revolution.
No Slam Dunk by Mike Lupica
In Annapolis, Maryland, seventh-grader Wes is a good teammate but this basketball season has been challenging because of his ball hog teammate Dinero, who is determined to steal the spotlight, and Wes’s army veteran father who is suffering from PTSD.
Bystander by James Preller
Thirteen-year-old Eric discovers that there are consequences to taking a stand against the bully at his new school, but although school officials are aware of the problem, Eric may be the one with a solution.
Resistance by Jennifer A. Nielsen
In 1942 sixteen-year-old Chaya Lindner is a Jewish girl living in Nazi-occupied Poland, a courier who smuggles food and documents to the isolated Jewish ghettos in southern Poland, depending on her forged papers and “Aryan” features–but when a mission goes wrong and many of her colleagues are arrested she finds herself on a journey to Warsaw, where an uprising is in the works.
They Went Left by Monica Hesse
The soldiers who liberated the Gross-Rosen concentration camp said the war was over, but nothing feels over to eighteen-year-old Zofia Lederman. Her body has barely begun to heal, her mind feels broken. And her life is completely shattered: Three years ago, she and her younger brother, Abek, were the only members of their family to be sent to the right, away from the gas chambers of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Everyone else–her parents, her grandmother, radiant Aunt Maja–they went left.
The Light in Hidden Places by Sharon Cameron
Sixteen-year-old Catholic Stefania Podgâorska has worked in the Diamant family’s grocery store for four years, even falling in love with one of their sons, Izio; but when the Nazis came to Przemyâsl, Poland, the Jewish Diamants are forced into the ghetto (and worse) but Izio’s brother Max manages to escape, and Stefania embarks on a dangerous course–protecting thirteen Jews in her attic, caring for her younger sister, Helena, and keeping everything secret from the two Nazi officers who are living in her house.
Trash by Andy Mulligan
Fourteen-year-olds Raphael and Gardo team up with a younger boy, Rat, to figure out the mysteries surrounding a bag Raphael finds during their daily life of sorting through trash in a third-world country’s dump.
Endangered by Eliot Schrefer
Reluctantly accompanying her advocate mother to a bonobo sanctuary, a teen girl participates in a desperate effort to rescue the bonobos and survive in the jungle when a revolution breaks out and the sanctuary is attacked.
Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt
Jack, 12, tells the gripping story of Joseph, 14, who joins his family as a foster child. Damaged in prison, Joseph wants nothing more than to find his baby daughter, Jupiter, whom he has never seen. When Joseph has begun to believe he’ll have a future, he is confronted by demons from his past that force a tragic sacrifice.
Sweet Venom by Tera Lynn Childs
As monsters walk the streets of San Francisco, unseen by humans, three teenaged descendants of Medusa, the once-beautiful gorgon maligned in Greek mythology, must reunite a
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
Henry “Monty” Montague was bred to be a gentleman. His passions for gambling halls, late nights spent with a bottle of spirits, or waking up in the arms of women or men, have earned the disapproval of his father. His quest for pleasures and vices have led to one last hedonistic hurrah as Monty, his best friend and crush Percy, and Monty’s sister Felicity begin a Grand Tour of Europe. When a reckless decision turns their trip abroad into a harrowing manhunt, it calls into question everything Monty knows, including his relationship with the boy he adores.
The Lady Rogue by Jenn Bennett
In 1938, teenaged Theodora Fox and her crush, Huck, set out through the Carpathian Mountains seeking her missing father and the cursed ring of Vlad the Impaler, which he was seeking.
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
In a world where dragons and humans coexist in an uneasy truce and dragons can assume human form, Seraphina, whose mother died giving birth to her, grapples with her own identity amid magical secrets and royal scandals, while she struggles to accept and develop her extraordinary musical talents.
13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
When seventeen-year-old Ginny receives a packet of mysterious envelopes from her favorite aunt, she leaves New Jersey to criss-cross Europe on a sort of scavenger hunt that transforms her life.
Exo by Fonda Lee
For a century, Earth has been the peaceful colony of an alien race. Donovan Reyes is a member of the security forces, while his father is the Prime Liaison. But after a routine search-and-seizure goes bad, Donovan is taken by the human revolutionary group Sapience–terrorists who seem to prefer war to alien rule.
Warcross by Marie Lu
When teenage coder Emika Chen hacks her way into the opening tournament of the Warcross Championships, she glitches herself into the game as well as a sinister plot with major consequences for the entire Warcross empire”
The Light by D. J. Machale
Sixteen-year-old Marshall Seaver is expecting a boring summer when his best friend goes away, but instead he finds himself haunted–and hunted–by ghosts that want something from him which he cannot decipher.
Save the Date by Morgan Matson
Father of the Bride” meets “Sixteen Candles” in the latest novel from “New York Times”-bestselling author Matson. Charlie’s siblings are coming home for her sister’s wedding–what could go wrong?
American Royals by Katharine McGee
In an alternate America, princesses Beatrice and Samantha Washington and the two girls wooing their brother, Prince Jefferson, become embroiled in high drama in the most glorious court in the world.
The Call by Peadar O’Guilin
For the last twenty-five years every teenager in Ireland has been subject to “the call,” which takes them away to the land of the Saidhe, where they’re hunted for twenty four hours (though only three minutes pass in this world). Handicapped by her twisted legs, Nessa Doherty knows that very few return alive, but she’s determined to be one of them.
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Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
As Will, fifteen, sets out to avenge his brother Shawn’s fatal shooting, seven ghosts who knew Shawn board the elevator and reveal truths Will needs to know.
We Are Not from Here by Jenny Torres Sanchez
Three teenage immigrants risk the trip from Guatemala through Mexico to the United States southern border in search of a better life.
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
Quentin Coldwater is brilliant but miserable. After he graduates from college, he and his friends make a stunning discovery: Fillory–the land of the fantasy novels they read as children–is real and much darker and more dangerous than they could have imagined.
This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger
The acclaimed author of ‘Ordinary Grace’ crafts a powerful novel about an orphan’s life-changing adventure traveling down America’s great rivers during the Great Depression, seeking both a place to call home and a sense of purpose in a world sinking into despair.
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
From a renowned historian comes a groundbreaking narrative of humanity’s creation and evolution — a #1 international bestseller — that explores the ways in which biology and history have defined us and enhanced our understanding of what it means to be “human.”
One hundred thousand years ago, at least six different species of humans inhabited Earth. Yet today there is only one — homo sapiens. What happened to the others? And what may happen to us?
The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into the Wonder of Consciousness by Sy Montgomery
This book explores the emotional and physical world of the octopus — a surprisingly complex, intelligent, and spirited creature — and the remarkable connections it makes with humans.
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER – The compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man’s coming-of-age, set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed
Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover
A memoir about a young girl who, kept out of school, leaves her survivalist family and goes on to earn a PhD from Cambridge University.
My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in 1993–a collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has influenced law, women’s rights, and popular culture.
Beach Read by Emily Henry
A romance writer who no longer believes in love and a literary writer stuck in a rut engage in a summer-long challenge that may just upend everything they believe about happily ever afters.
Normal People by Sally Rooney
Connell and Marianne grew up in the same small town, but the similarities end there. At school, Connell is popular and well liked, while Marianne is a loner. But when the two strike up a conversation–awkward but electrifying–something life changing begins.
The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett
The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, southern black community and running away at age sixteen, it’s not just the shape of their daily lives that is different as adults, it’s everything: their families, their communities, their racial identities. Many years later, one sister lives with her black daughter in the same southern town she once tried to escape. The other secretly passes for white, and her white husband knows nothing of her past. Still, even separated by so many miles and just as many lies, the fates of the twins remain intertwined. What will happen to the next generation, when their own daughters’ storylines intersect?
There There by Tommy Orange
Tommy Orange’s wondrous and shattering bestselling novel follows twelve characters from Native communities, all traveling to the Big Oakland Powwow, all connected to one another in ways they may not yet realize
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
In The Great Alone the new novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah, a desperate family seeks a new beginning in the near-isolated wilderness of Alaska.
A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C a Fletcher
My name’s Griz. I’ve never been to school, I’ve never had friends, and in my whole life I’ve not met enough people to play a game of football. My parents told me how crowded the world used to be, before all the people went away. But we were never lonely on our remote island. We had each other, and our dogs. Then the thief came.
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
While we all wonder how our lives might have been, what if you had the chance to go to the library and see for yourself? Would any of these other lives truly be better?’ Nora Seed finds herself faced with the possibility of changing her life for a new one: following a different career, undoing old breakups, realizing her dreams of becoming a glaciologist. She must search within herself as she travels through the Midnight Library to decide what is truly fulfilling in life, and what makes it worth living in the first place
The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead
Based on a true story of a reform school that operated for 111 years and warped the lives of thousands of children. ‘The Nickel Boys’ is a devasting, driven narrative that showcases a great American novelist writing at the height of his powers.
Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton
An astonishing technique for recovering and cloning dinosaur DNA has been discovered. Now humankind’s most thrilling fantasies have come true. Creatures extinct for eons roam Jurassic Park with their awesome presence and profound mystery, and all the world can visit them–for a price.
Circe by Madeline Miller
Follow Circe, the banished witch daughter of Helios, as she hones her powers and interacts with famous mythological beings before a conflict with one of the most vengeful Olympians forces her to choose between the worlds of the gods and mortals.
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman, long inspired by ancient mythology in creating the fantastical realms of his fiction, presents a bravura rendition of the Norse gods and their world from their origin though their upheaval in Ragnarok.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
Despite his overwhelming fear of interacting with people, Christopher, a mathematically-gifted, autistic fifteen-year-old boy, decides to investigate the murder of a neighbor’s dog and uncovers secret information about his mother.