• CHILDREN'S

    PREACHING TO THE CHICKENS

    OCT. 11, 2016

CHILDREN'S

PREACHING TO THE CHICKENS

by Jabari Asim ; illustrated by E.B. Lewis

After absorbing this must-read bit of personal history about John Lewis, young readers will never see this serious-faced... Full review >

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    WHOOSH!

    MAY 3, 2016

CHILDREN'S

WHOOSH!

by Chris Barton ; illustrated by Don Tate

A delightfully child-friendly and painfully necessary diversification of the science field. Full review >

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    FREEDOM OVER ME

    SEPT. 13, 2016

CHILDREN'S

FREEDOM OVER ME

by Ashley Bryan ; illustrated by Ashley Bryan

Bryan makes real and palpable what chattel slavery meant and how it affected those who were enslaved; every child who... Full review >

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    BILLIONS OF BRICKS

    OCT. 11, 2016

CHILDREN'S

BILLIONS OF BRICKS

by Kurt Cyrus ; illustrated by Kurt Cyrus

After sharing this, readers will have a new appreciation for bricks and will want to count all the ways they’re used in... Full review >

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    ¡OLINGUITO, DE LA A A LA Z! / OLINGUITO, FROM A TO Z!

    FEB. 1, 2016

CHILDREN'S

¡OLINGUITO, DE LA A A LA Z! / OLINGUITO, FROM A TO Z!

by Lulu Delacre ; illustrated by Lulu Delacre

Poetic and informative, a breath of fresh air in the too-often-contrived world of bilingual books. Full review >

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    PLANTS CAN'T SIT STILL

    AUG. 1, 2016

CHILDREN'S

PLANTS CAN'T SIT STILL

by Rebecca E. Hirsch ; illustrated by Mia Posada

Excellent collaboration produced a winner: graceful, informative, and entertaining. Full review >

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    STEAMBOAT SCHOOL

    JUNE 7, 2016

  • CHILDREN'S

    CLOTH LULLABY

    MAY 1, 2016

CHILDREN'S

CLOTH LULLABY

by Amy Novesky ; illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault

Splendid visual and verbal introduction to little-known artist Louise Bourgeois. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    RADIANT CHILD

    OCT. 25, 2016

CHILDREN'S

RADIANT CHILD

by Javaka Steptoe ; illustrated by Javaka Steptoe

Stellar bookmaking—a riveting portrait of a young artist. Full review >

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