Baby Sam is ready to say her first word, but the adults in her life keep missing her pronouncement.
Naomi has always loved her vibrant neighborhood but things are changing quickly so, inspired by Mr. Ray, she paints murals to preserve her favorite memories.
Unable to choose one favorite color, a young boy enjoys wearing a pink tutu on Sundays, playing with an orange basketball on Tuesdays, and trying to change things with a purple wand on Saturdays.
Farmer Brown puts the other animals to bed but gives up on Duck, who sets out to find just the right spot -- and snack -- to help him sleep.
This little girl knows her hair is great just as it is. When people ask, "Why is your hair so BIG?" she answers, "Why isn't yours?" Her hair is soft, it protects her, it's both gentle and fierce. While some might worry about how it's different and try to contain it, she gives it the freedom to be so extraordinary it almost has a life of its own.
Mr. Complain always has something to grumble about, even as he takes a spectacular train ride through mountains, volcanoes, caves, and oceans, but as his trip comes to an end he realizes he genuinely enjoyed the journey and is ready to go again.
In a place where jobs are based on shape, Sam, who looks like a square but longs to roll like a circle, discovers his true, unique shape.
Sonia Manzano, who has portrayed Maria on Sesame Street for decades, brings us this picture book about unity for people around the world.
Teach your dragon healthy tips and help her practice what she's learned, so your dragon can stay safe and not spread germs!
Explains what depression is and how it affects people through a story about a princess and a fog around her that she cannot get rid of on her own.