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Thanksgiving retold with an award-winning National Geographic photographer
Brief biographies of 28 figures in Black American history
A bilingual poetry book celebrating two homelands
An optimistic story set in an internment camp
This sweet book explains units of time in kid-friendly terms.
A dark yet humorous novel about three orphaned children
Award-winning science fiction about good versus evil
Based on real life, stories tracing family roots back to the Spanish Inquisition
A beautiful collection of illustrations that promote storytelling & mathematical understanding
Teach the scientific method with more than 100 kid-friendly experiments.
With help from a dog, a girl expands her world.
A pro-kindness novel from the perspective of horse
A dramatic preteen novel about friendship, death and loss
A 10-year-old searches for family during the Great Depression.
The story of an American family and its pet rabbit Bunnicula
Fiction inspired by an 1860s tomboy
Historical fiction set in Nazi-occupied France during World War II
The spider Charlotte saves a life by writing with her web.
High-quality poems exploring nocturnal forest life; beautifully illustrated
An introspective book about a boy writing to an author
Middle schooler Greg Heffley keeps a diary of his insecure days. Hear the author read aloud!
Inspiration to improve the world! Poetry, quotes & DIY ideas
Fun fiction for beginners, filled with facts about dinosaurs
Unravel mysteries with Encyclopedia Brown, a smart 10-year-old detective.