A book about Native American truths everyone should know.
Twelve Native American kids present historical and contemporary laws, policies, struggles, and victories in Native life, each with a powerful refrain: We are still here! Too often, Native American history is treated as a finished chapter instead of relevant and ongoing.
Oeuf Mini Library
Consideration for functionality and high-end modern design has been applied to The Oeuf Mini Library, a reaction to the lack of storage available in children`s furniture. Designed for easy access, the Mini Library nurtures new found independence, encouraging a child`s interaction with a trusted piece of furniture to see them into the future.
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Finishes are non-toxic, water-based and free of VOC health hazards
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Packaging made of recycled cardboard
Responsible recycling through licensed collecting facilities
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On a snowy day, a grandmother and grandchild find an injured bird. They take it home and care for it until it can fly around the living room. This is a touching story about caring for all creatures, the wonder of nature, and letting go.
by Bianca Gomez
We're Better Together
By Eileen Spinelli. Illustrated by Ekaterina Trukhan
We're better together when we play, when we make music, and when everyone pitches in. This celebration of coming together to solve problems, support communities, and honor everyone's differences is perfect for young children who are learning about empathy and cooperation. With durable cardstock pages and approachable language, this book will help spark meaningful conversations at home or in the classroom.
A true staple in every toddler's home. Everyone Poops is the title of US editions of the English translation of Minna Unchi, a Japanese children's book written and illustrated by the prolific children's author Tarō Gomi in 1977.
After a long sleepy winter, the trees, flowers, and animals are getting ready for a busy spring. Discover all the different ways nature wakes up when spring arrives in this fresh and fun story of a family exploring their garden.
With further non-fiction information about animals and plants at the back, this picture book is the perfect introduction to the science behind spring.
Once In a big city called New York In a bustling neighborhood There was an empty lot. Nevaeh called it the haunted garden.
Harlem Grown tells the inspiring true story of how one man made a big difference in a neighborhood. After seeing how restless they were and their lack of healthy food options, Tony Hillery invited students from an underfunded school to turn a vacant lot into a beautiful and functional farm. By getting their hands dirty, these kids turned an abandoned space into something beautiful and useful while learning about healthy, sustainable eating and collaboration.
Five years later, the kids and their parents, with the support of the Harlem Grown staff, grow thousands of pounds of fruits and vegetables a year. All of it is given to the kids and their families. The incredible story is vividly brought to life with Jessie Hartland’s “charmingly busy art” (Booklist) that readers will pore over in search of new details as they revisit this poignant and uplifting tale over and over again.
Harlem Grown is an independent, not-for-profit organization. The author’s share of the proceeds from the sale of this book go directly to Harlem Grown.
Ditto Magazine Issue One: Belonging
Our debut issue explores belonging and what that means through the lens of Mexican and Mexican American history and culture. Your child will be encouraged to love and respect themselves as well as others, to see similarities with others and celebrate our differences! With your child or student, you'll be able to communicate and learn about sometimes tricky to talk about things like race, culture, refugees, immigration, and family separation through a decolonized perspective. The magazine contains tone-appropriate activities for kids to help them better understand what they're learning.
This issue is 64 pages in length, 8.5"x11" in size and features a perfect bound, matte soft-touch cover.
I Really Want to See You Grandma
By Taro Gomi
Yumi and her grandmother have the same great idea: They want to see each other. So they each head out to do just that, only to completely miss each other along the way! No problem—they'll just head back home and wait for the other to return. The trouble is that they have the same great idea—again—resulting in the ultimate missed connection! Will this duo ever find each other? Leave it to bestselling author-illustrator Taro Gomi to spin an action-packed story that sweetly, and humorously, celebrates the powerful grandparent-child bond.
Milo Imagines the World
A New York Times Bestseller
Milo is on a long subway ride with his older sister. To pass the time, he studies the faces around him and makes pictures of their lives. There's the whiskered man with the crossword puzzle; Milo imagines him playing solitaire in a cluttered apartment full of pets. There's the wedding-dressed woman with a little dog peeking out of her handbag; Milo imagines her in a grand cathedral ceremony. And then there's the boy in the suit with the bright white sneakers; Milo imagines him arriving home to a castle with a drawbridge and a butler. But when the boy in the suit gets off on the same stop as Milo--walking the same path, going to the exact same place--Milo realizes that you can't really know anyone just by looking at them.
Christian Robinson received a Caldecott Honor and a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor for his art in Last Stop on Market Street.
Matt de la Peña is the Newbery Medal-winning author of Last Stop on Market Street. He is also the author of the award-winning picture books Carmela Full of Wishes, Love, and A Nation's Hope: The Story of Boxing Legend Joe Louis
Love connects us no matter how far we are.
Everyone loves everyone in Tess’s house, but when Tess has to leave for school for the very first time, she is worried that her family’s love might not stretch that far. Mom explains that love is like a string, it connects people together even when they are far away. At school Tess notices that all the children have strings! Some are new, some are old, some stretch a long way, and some even stretch right up into the sky. But what happens when a string breaks?
Funny, emotional, and uplifting picture book about separation and love, to help children understand their emotions.
The Montessori Toddler
By Simone Davies
This beautifully illustrated guide offers a step-by-step plan that helps parents cultivate daily routines so that they can turn life with toddlers into a mutually rich time of curiosity and learning.
All Because You Matter
a lyrical tribute filled with heart, hope, and affirmation from celebrated poet and author Tami Charles and claimed illustrator Bryan Collier.
“or the time when your pop pop turns on the news,
and you see people everywhere
take a breath, take a stand, take a knee.”
Greta Thunberg (Little People Big Dreams)
When young Greta learned of the climate crisis, she stopped talking. She couldn't understand why people in power were not doing anything to save our Earth. One day she started protesting outside the Swedish Parliament, creating the "School Strike for Climate." Soon, lots more young people joined her in a global movement that shook adults and politicians alike. She had found her voice and uses it to inspire humans to action with her powerful message: "No one is too small to make a difference." This inspiring book featuresstylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the climate activist's life.
Little People, BIG DREAMS is a best-selling series of books and educational games that explore the lives of outstanding people, from designers and artists to scientists and activists. All of them achieved incredible things, yet each began life as a child with a dream.
Anyone with a small child knows that patience is not a virtue easily won. Miyuki, who we first met in Time for Bed, Miyuki, anxiously awaits the opening of one sleepy flower. When, on the first day of spring, the flower still hasn't bloomed, Miyuki begins a frantic search for water to wake it up. Her grandfather gently encourages her to sit and watch with him, as she learns the important lesson that good things come to those who wait.