Books For Kids
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A Kids Book About Pride by Kendall Clawson
To help kids understand the enduring bravery of LGBTQIA+ people, this book includes the story of a moment in history which sparked the fight for freedom and acceptance for this community and beyond.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 64 pages. 8” x 10”
A Kids Book About Climate Change by Zanagee Artis and Olivia Greenspan
Climate change is a topic that can be overwhelming for kids and grownups. This book will give kids the facts about climate change, explain what the state of our planet is, how it got there, and give them hope to fight for their future.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 72 pages. 8” x 10”
City Mazes Around the World by Stephanie Babin. Illustrated by Antoine Corbineau
From New York City to Tokyo and Berlin to Sydney, the streets of the 15 cities included in this book are filled with local landmarks and attractions. A great way to explore different cities, with a helpful answer key at the back of the book.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 36 pages. 9.3” x 12.4”
Everything & Everywhere by Marc Martin
From Hong Kong to Reykjavik, Ulaanbaatar to New York City, this illustrated, fact-filled adventure book will take curious kids on a journey around the globe to discover what makes each place unique.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 40 pages. 10” x 13.5”
Green is a chile pepper by Roseanne Greenfield Thong. Illustrated by John Parra
This color-concept book presents a slice of Latino culture through food and fun. Children discover a world of colors all around them. Many of the featured objects are Latino in origin, and all are universal in appeal.
Ages 3 and up. Paperback. 40 pages. 9” x 9”
Heart String by Brooke Boynton-Hughes
Through backyards and neighborhoods, over mountains, and across oceans, this colorful heart string ties us all together. Follow the thread of this reassuring story to see how, even in a world as vast as ours, there is always a bond that connects us to the ones we love and to the world we share.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 40 pages. 8.5” x 11”
If You Were a City by Kyo Maclear. Illustrated by Francesca Sanna
Just like people, there are so many ways a city can be. And this lively picture book explores all of them. From quiet and dreamy to bright and buzzing, the magnificent diversity of our world is celebrated by connecting the uniqueness of its places with the people who live in them.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 40 pages. 11” x 9”
Let’s Make Some Great Art: Colors by Marion Deuchars
Focusing on all things colorful, Let's Make Some Great Art: Colors includes all kinds of art activities to engage budding artists. Learn the basics about colors and put your new skills to test with fingerprint art, drawing, painting, collaging and, of course, coloring.
Ages 4 and up. Activity book. 80 Pages. 8.4” x 11.4”
Like by Annie Barros and Leo Espinosa
This funny yet thought-provoking picture book offers a sequence of outlandishly fun compare-and-contrasts that show how humans are much more like each other than we are different.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 44 pages. 9” x 11”
Me and the World by Mireia Trius, Joana Casals
This content-rich book teaches about other kids and cultures around the world, all while stepping back and really seeing the big picture. Pairing visual literacy with data literacy, colorful illustrations and infographics present information in a way young readers will not only understand, but enjoy.
Ages 8 and up. Hardcover. 68 pages. 9” x 11”
Neighbors by Kasya Denisevich
Neighbors is a contemplative picture book about the lives of our neighbors. This book explores the ways that we think about those we exist among, but who remain strangers until we make the brave and affirming decision to connect.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 44 pages. 8” x 11”
Nothing Rhymes With Orange by Adam Rex
We all know nothing rhymes with orange, but how does that make Orange feel? Well, left out, obviously! But when one particularly intuitive Apple notices how Orange is feeling, the entire English language begins to become a bit more inclusive.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 48 pages. 9” x 9”
Rain Boy by Dylan Glynn
Wherever Rain Boy goes, he brings rain—which means he's not very popular. Will the other kids ever love Rain Boy for being himself? More importantly, can Rain Boy learn to love his rain? Evocative illustrations color this story with all the emotions of the rainbow in this universal story of reaching out to those who look different from you, making new friends, and learning to love yourself.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 56 pages. 9” x 9”
Such a Good Boy by Marianna Coppo
The ultimate kids' book about dogs, being good, being bad, and being yourself! Meet Buzz the dog. He's such a good boy. Buzz seems to have a perfect life and a lot of very well-behaved friends. Buzz would never dream of being anything other than good. Right, Buzz? Buzz . . . ?
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 48 pages. 10” x 9.5”
This is How I Do It by Matt Lamothe
Building on the success of the internationally acclaimed This Is How We Do It, this interactive activity book invites readers to document their lives and daily rituals compared to 59 real kids from around the globe. This fun and engaging workbook will get kids writing, drawing, and sharing while also learning about cultures and countries other than their own.
Ages 5 and up. Color & activity book. 56 pages. 8” x 11”
This is How We Do It by Matt Lamothe
Follow one day in the real lives of seven kids from around the world—Italy, Japan, Iran, India, Peru, Uganda, and Russia! This genuine exchange provides a window into traditions that may be different from our own as well as mirrors reflecting our common experiences.
Ages 5 and up. Hardcover. 52 pages. 9” x 12”
What is Love? by Mac Barnett. Illustrated by Carson Ellis
A tender, funny tale celebrating all forms of love. “What is love?” a young boy asks. “I can’t answer that,” his grandmother says, and so the boy goes out into the world to find out.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 44 pages. 9” x 11”
You Are Here by Zach Manbeck
Both sweet and uplifting, this is a perfect book for a new baby, a new graduate, or anyone who could use a reminder that “all who wander are not lost.” Lush backgrounds, a sweet and diverse cast of characters, and just the slightest hint of nostalgia, make this book as comforting as a warm hug.
Ages 3 and up. Hardcover. 36 pages. 9” x 9”