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The Water Hole

In a book that has a little something for all ages, The Water Hole will stimulate your child’s brain and force them to concentrate. It’s an ingenious blend of counting, searching, puzzle, storybook and exquisite art!

The Crayons’ Christmas

The Crayons’ Christmas is just as hilarious as the others in the series but with the added bonus of real folded letters, games and crafts that kids can pull from the envelopes within the pages of the book.


In a rhyming ritual of getting ready for bed, Dinosnores is the perfect book for a toddler’s bedtime. Helping young kids wind down for sleep time, it’s the perfect length for young minds and parents (who don’t want bedtime to take all night).


In her stand-out debut picture book, Sulwe, Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyongó has created a heartwarming story about colorism and self-esteem, inspiring children to be comfortable in their own skin.

Three Cheers for Kid McGear!

In a book that will resonate with readers and listeners of all ages, Three Cheers for Kid McGear is an inspiring tale for all the construction fans out there. It’s a timeless story of perseverance and overcoming obstacles.

Izzy Gizmo

In a book that both encourages perseverance and inspires young girls into the STEM fields, Izzy Gizmo reminds us to dig our heels in when the problem is tough. It’s a great reminder to keep trying even if your first, second and even third attempts aren’t successful.

Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You

Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You is a stand-out picture book that will empower and bring comfort to children as they see themselves, and their friends within the characters of the pages. A #1 New York Times bestseller that celebrates the differences in all of us!

The Invisible Boy

In a rare book that makes an impression and sticks, The Invisible Boy is not only a great story, but a fantastic learning tool to open up discussions about being kind and including other. A must have book for young children of all personality types.

Grandad’s Island

A difficult subject told with great sensitivity and depth, Grandad’s Island is a beautiful story that deals with the emotional topic of losing a grandparent in a very subtle way.

Never Feed a Queen a Jellybean

Never Feed a Queen a Jellybean features a cast of royal characters with giant open mouths and felt teeth, allowing children to reach through the holes and feed them. This novelty board book promotes an early love of reading and is a fun addition to a younger reader’s growing book shelf.

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