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Written by Dana Meachen Rau

True Books have been upgraded and updated. Information is presented in a thorough yet engaging manner, featuring lively sidebars, a glossary, visual back matter, and an index.

3 - 5

Written by Dana Meachen Rau

True Books have been upgraded and updated. Information is presented in a thorough yet engaging manner, featuring lively sidebars, a glossary, visual back matter, and an index.

3 - 5

Written by Dana Meachen Rau

True Books have been upgraded and updated. Information is presented in a thorough yet engaging manner, featuring lively sidebars, a glossary, visual back matter, and an index.

3 - 5

Written by Amy Young

When Lucy sees an ad in the newspaper for a unicorn, she sends in her twenty-five cents and waits...

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Nancy Willard

Through a combination of prose and poetry, Nancy Willard introduces children to the poet William...

K - 3rd

Written by Aliki

Brief text and pictures present the life of a man, born a slave, who became a scientist and devoted his entire life to helping the South improve its agriculture.

Pre-K - 2nd

Written by Jessica Brody

Sixteen-year-old Ellison Sparks is having a horrible Monday. Everything from softball tryouts, to...

10th - 12th

Written by Zillah Bethell

Serendipity lives inside a walled city. Before her mother died, she gave Seren an old figurine of a...

4th - 6th

Written by Phil Bildner

Fifth grade is loaded with obstacles that require teamwork for Rip and best friend Red, who has high spectrum autism. “Pure fun” — SLJ

3 - 7

Written by Phil Bildner

Rip and Red are best friends whose fifth-grade year is nothing like what they expected. They have a...

4th - 6th

Written by Amy Baker

There are many different kinds of homes. What home would you like to live in?

1 - 2

Written by Frank J. Sileo and PhD

This is a rhyming guide that introduces children to mindfulness and shows them how to live...

K - 3

Written by Madeleine L'Engle

When Meg Murray and Charles Wallace’s father is taken by evil forces to another planet, it is up...

6th - 9th

Written by Hope Larson

The world already knows Meg and Charles Wallace Murry, Calvin O'Keefe, and the three Mrs—Who,...

6th - 9th

Written by Richard Peck

A sequel to A Long Way from Chicago, the book focuses on Mary Alice. She is now 15 and has gone to...

3 - 7

Written by Richard Peck

Mary Alice has spent many summers with Grandma Dowdel in a small town in Illinois, but now, at age...

3rd - 7th

Written by Tana Hoban

A collection of photograms of objects which begin with a particular letter of the alphabet.

Pre-K - 3rd

Written by Jane E. Bayer

A variety of animals parade by in this familiar jumprope alphabet song.

Pre-K - 3rd

Written by Don Brown

The intertwined lives of American patriots is recounted with personal details and stirring quotes. Emotional watercolors will captivate young historians.

3 - 6

Written by Nancy Carlson

Children practice the alphabet with positive sayings about themselves. Energetically illustrated with playful, smiling animals.

P - K

Written by Florence Cassen Mayers

Presents ancient Egyptian art objects from the Brooklyn Museum in alphabetical order (crocodiles, kings, mummies, pyramid, etc.).

2nd - 3rd

Written by Yanitzia Canetti

What do you want to be when you grow up? Rhyming text and adorable photographs let kids explore amazing jobs while learning the letters of the alphabet!

P - 2

Written by Pete Seeger

A lttle boy and his magician father lull a hungry giant to sleep and make him disappear.

2 - 3

Written by Nancy Lecourt

An alphabet book introducing such words as bigwig, licketysplit, mishmash, and shillyshally

Pre-K - 1st