Little Readers

A delightful mix for children, from picture books to beginning readers

  • Dirt + Water = Mud

    Dirt + Water = Mud is about math concepts, friendship, and imaginative play, and is told entirely in equations! “Sheet + Flowerpot + Stick = Her Majesty, the Queen“

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  • Ella and Penguin Stick Together

    .Sometimes all you need is a good friend to help you be brave

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  • I Am a Story

    A book 200,000 years in the making.

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  • Christmas in the Barn

    A new edition of the Margaret Wise Brown classic Christmas story, with art by Llama, Llama Red Pajama illustrator Anna Dewdney.

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  • Libby and Pearl

    An adorable little girl and her pet piglet get up to a world of mischief! Follow the charming real-life adventures of Libby and Pearl, two unlikely best friends!

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  • What This Story Needs Is a Munch and a Crunch

    What this story needs
    is a pig in a wig
    baking bread,
    pouring punch,
    and meeting a friend for a picnic lunch.

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  • Wonderfall

    This beautiful and informative picture book follows a single tree through the fall season, from the end of summer to winter’s first snowfall.

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  • Frankencrayon

    This picture book is cancelled! But if you ask nicely, pencil and the crayons might tell you why.

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  • How to Eat an Airplane

    If you want to eat an airplane, there are a few things you should know. The truth is, most airplanes are too large to eat by yourself, so if you want to eat an airplane, you should have a party.

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  • If You Give a Mouse a Brownie

    Mouse is back in this brand-new picture book in the beloved #1 New York Times bestselling If You Give... series!

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  • Fox and the Jumping Contest

    Fox and the Jumping Contest is a perfect pick for readers who enjoy humorous picture books like The Day the Crayons Quit and Dragons Love Tacos.

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  • Sweet Competition

    The creators of the “Cuddles and Rage” webcomic, have whipped up a delectable picture book featuring the antics of competitive twin cherries who will do anything to outsweet one another!  

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  • The Fix-It Man

    When a stinky problem arises, Fix-It Man Joshua James takes matters into his own hands with a little help from his younger sister, Sophie.

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  • River Rose and the Magical Lullaby

    From superstar musician Kelly Clarkson comes the whimsical, wonderful adventures of River Rose, on the eve of her first trip to the zoo! 

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  • I Used to Be a Fish

    In I Used to be a Fish, a boy is inspired by a pet fish and fueled by imagination to tell a whimsical, Seussian version of his own life story, which mirrors the process of human evolution. 

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  • Woodpecker Wants a Waffle

    “This funny number celebrates determination, nonconformity, and creativity. And, of course, waffles.” -Booklist

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  • Our Great Big Backyard

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service former First Lady Laura Bush and daughter Jenna Bush Hager bring us a story about a girl who discovers that the wonder of the great outdoors is just as exciting as the internet.

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  • Hello, My Name Is Octicorn

    The funny, sweet, and disarming story of Octicorn, who is half-unicorn, half-octopus…and a champion for anyone who has ever felt a little bit different.

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  • The Cranky Ballerina

    Ada experiences all of the stages of hating ballet class in this hip, entertaining, and honest picture book by the colorful Elise Gravel.

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  • Words

    What can you do with a word? You can… Read it. Spell it. Imagine it. Act it. Learn it. Draw it. Say it out loud. Use it in a sentence or a story or a poem. Share it with a friend.

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