When a semi tips over on a mountain road, Big Orange and its driver arrive quickly with a boom, a winch, and more, but can they pull the truck out before the storm arrives?
Today is a very exciting day--it's Elmo is heading off to school, and he wants to be a School Superhero! Join Elmo as he gets ready like a hero and learns about wearing masks and hand washing. It's going to be a SUPER day! With the help of Elmo and his mommy, this all new story from world-renowned education brand Sesame Workshop will help children combat school anxiety and understand new experiences like wearing masks, frequent hand washing, and social distancing. School Superhero reminds readers that it's super to help everyone stay healthy!
The niece of Vice President Kamala Harris presents a picture book inspired by a childhood story about her aunt and policy expert mother that depicts two sisters who work with their community to turn an empty apartment courtyard into a playground.
Maddie is nervous about returning to school after receiving her diagnosis of type 1 diabetes, but with her family and friends supporting her, she discovers that life is still sweet. Includes author's note and list of resources.
This follow-up to Amy Wu and the Perfect Bao finds Amy's love for arts and crafts challenged by her teacher's assignment to draw a dragon that reflects her own imagination.
This is the second book to be released in Kat Zhang and Charlene Chua's series about Amy Wu. To view the first book (and any others that come out after this posting!), click here.
Inspired by Kabul's first library bus and colored by family memories, a touching snapshot of one innovative way girls received education in a country disrupted by war.
Have you ever been a little anxious about going to a party? Jim Panzee feels that. Porcupine is having a big party, and according to Jim's best friend Norman, there will be--gulp--dancing. Jim can DEFINITELY not dance. When he tells his friends, they alltry to teach him cool moves--surely that's the only reason Jim isn't excited about this party! Now, their job complete, the other animals sweep Jim along, all the way to the dance floor. Jim is dipped, swayed, and twirled until he can't take it anymore--he just doesn't like to dance!
Encourages readers to say something using their actions and words to show the importance and power of their voice.
A family of turtles goes for a long, long walk that has an unexpected and very fun ending.
A lyrical, heart-lifting love letter to Black and Brown children everywhere reminds them how much they matter, that they have always mattered and they always will.