Books by Stephanie Graegin

Released: March 10, 2015

"Affecting and heartfelt. (Picture book. 3-7)"
A list of small lessons that, when added up, have a great impact. Read full book review >
FORGET ME NOT by Nancy van Laan
Released: Aug. 5, 2014

"Poignant but not overly sentimental—and actually quite light in some places—this quiet offering opens up a discussion of a condition that affects many. (Picture book. 4-8)"
A delicate, perceptive look at an elderly loved one with dementia. Read full book review >
THE ART OF FLYING by Judy Hoffman
Released: Oct. 29, 2013

"Silly witches, transformed birds and a plucky heroine equal 'real, live adventure.' (Fantasy. 8-12)"
Having accidentally transformed three birds into humans, sibling witches must coerce a practical girl to help them reverse the spell, but she proves an unreliable cohort. Read full book review >
YOU WERE THE FIRST by Patricia MacLachlan
Released: Sept. 24, 2013

"More than the children it ostensibly targets, new parents will appreciate this tender celebration of the parent-first baby bond that grows as fast as the little one does. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Two doting parents celebrate the many milestones of their first child. Read full book review >
WATER IN THE PARK by Emily Jenkins
Released: May 14, 2013

"Water may flow in abundance through these pages, but this title is an outpouring of observation that repays careful readers richly. (Picture book. 3-6)"
From sunrise to sunset on a scorching summer day, people (and animals) use the water found in a park in many different ways. Read full book review >
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BUNNY! by Elizabeth Garton Scanlon
Released: Jan. 15, 2013

"Happy birthday to a splendid book for new birthday boys and girls. (Picture book. 1-4)"
Scanlon delivers a sweet, rhyming text to tell the story of a little bunny's birthday in Graegin's debut picture book. Read full book review >
DON'T FEED THE BOY by Irene Latham
Released: Oct. 16, 2012

"Feed this to animal fans. (Fiction. 9-12)"
Raised in the Alabama zoo run by his busy parents, 11-year-old Whit dreams of escape, but his new friend Stella is someone whose need for escape is real. Read full book review >