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Crane Jane by Andrea Zimmerman, Illustrated by Dan Yaccarino by Andrea Zimmerman

Calling all young truck and transportation fans! Author Andrea Zimmerman and illustrator Dan Yaccarino do it again with this vibrant new picture book. Crane Jane is a tough crane operator who gets the job done hauling massive trucks from barge to dock. The crisp, bright, bold illustrations move with the rhythmic text to create a seamless and delightful read aloud. Perfect reading before a nap or bedtime for little ones, Read more...

Posted by on February 8, 2024

Who’s Raising the Kids?: Big Tech, Big Business, and the Lives of Children by Susan Linn

Kids are having fewer and fewer experiences that are unmediated by corporations. Big business and big tech are training kids (and perhaps us all) to believe we need endless products Read more...

Posted by on September 28, 2023

Tegan and Sara: Junior High by Tegan Quin & Sara Quin

Junior High is a middle-grade graphic novel about twin sisters navigating the world of middle school after a move to a new town. Written by real life twins and musicians, Tegan & Sara Quin, and illustrated by Tillie Walden who is also a twin, Junior High takes us into the heart of the girls’ pre-teen experience. Readers will find a steady beat of honesty and vulnerability in the midst of Read more...

Posted by on August 24, 2023

Mister Kitty Is Lost! by Greg Pizzoli

A little girl has lost her kitty! Can you help find him? Search along with her and her dog as she describes her kitty. This Greg Pizzoli picture book for our youngest readers is a delight, as every page reveals a new color, number to count, and a new surprise. Little ones will love interacting with the pictures in this book, and grown ups will notice that this story packs Read more...

Posted by on August 17, 2023

Barb The Last Berzerker by Dan Abdo & Jason Patterson

An endless war has been waged between humans and monsters, and only the bravest among them—The Berzerkers—can defeat the monsters and save the world of Bailiwick once and for all! Read more...

Megabat by Anna Humphrey

Megabat is a charming page turner about a boy who moves to a new town and a new house that just might be haunted…. Or is it? Daniel Misumi finds a friend in Megabat, a real bat who through no fault of his own has also found himself in this strange new place. This is no ordinary bat—he can talk! This book is funny and heart-warming, and the story is Read more...

Posted by on April 6, 2023

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