The previously untold story of one of the craziest sports entities to have ever captivated America
[Starred Review] "Wonderful anecdotes . . . Fascinating and hilarious reading on a half-dozen levels. Just great for football fans who like to laugh." - Booklist
A beautifully written social, cultural, and medical history of the human heart
[Starred Review] “Covering enough physiology to make scientific details easily understood, Jauhar emphasizes how brave, desperate, and sometimes foolhardy experiments led to important developments, such as the heart-lung machine . . . Jauhar is thoughtful, self-reflective, and profoundly respectful of doctors and patients alike; readers will respond by opening their own hearts a little bit, to both grief and wonder." - Publisher's Weekly
An intimate look into the life and writings of a young Black woman who altered the world
[Starred Review] “Perry seeks to deepen our appreciation in this richly dimensional portrait of a brightly blazing artist, thinker, and activist . . . . Perry’s ardent, expert, and redefining work of biographical discovery brings light, warmth, scope, and enlightening complexity to the spine-straightening story of a brilliant, courageous, seminal, and essential American writer.” - Booklist
A heartwarming true story about one lost cat's journey to be reunited with his refugee family
"Bound to be a hit with cats and kids alike, this picture book tells the harrowing story of a cat who was separated from his family when they fled from Iraq and the amazing way he found his way home again." - People.com
An unlikely tale of history, war, and maritime ingenuity!
Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Books; New York Public Library Best Books for Kids; Orbis Pictus Award Honor Book; Dilys Evans Founder's Award - Awards
Every year, large flocks of egrets migrate from Japan to northeast China.
The first book to cover the entirety of disability history from pre-1492 to today
"...[A] unique perspective on American history...a scholarly yet stirring narrative of our nation's uneasy relations-part pity and empathy, part discrimination and social stigmatization-with disabled people." - Booklist
A look into the life of one of the world's most influential painters & the animals that inspired her
Lively animal sounds and the soothing voice of narrator Adriana Sananes make this a joyful listen for kids...An author's note explains Kahlo's artistic influence and lists the works in which her ANIMALITOS appear, so parents can pair this audiobook with images of Kahlo's paintings. - Audiofile
Making new friends can be scary!
"Cantini depicts her undead urchin Tim Burton-style, with stitched lips, gray skin, and purple shadows beneath huge eyeballs...the manorial setting has an Addams Family vibe and provides just the right spooky setting for this series opener." - Kirkus Reviews
It's story time at the library. But who's the new librarian?
"In bright, busy digital collages, newcomer Willmore depicts the library as a place where anything can happen, bolstering the story's unspoken message about the magic that awaits in books." - Publishers Weekly
Frida Kahlo and Her Animalitos By Monica Brown, Ph.D.
Ill. by John Parra
Ghoulia By Barbara Cantini
Ill. by Barbara Cantini
Click, Clack, Quack to School! By Doreen Cronin
Ill. by Betsy Lewin
Dreamers By Yuyi Morales
Ill. by Yuyi Morales
Grand Canyon By Jason Chin
Ill. by Jason Chin
The New LiBEARian By Alison Donald
Ill. by Alex Willmore
Best Selling Audiobooks
The #1 New York Times bestselling thriller that is book one in the electrifying Divergent series.
Earphones Award Winner. "Though Galvin's narration is concentrated on giving Tris the perfect voice, she never neglects the secondary characters. Poignant moments with Tris's mother and Four, her leader and love, are subtly nuanced to let listeners hear the terror Tris often hides." - AudioFile Magazine
Reality gets an unreal makeover in this hilarious new novel from bestselling author Jen Lancaster.
"Reagan’s journey to selfawareness, though achieved via supernatural means, is a satisfying one that will please Lancaster’s many fans." - Booklist (audio review)
A captivating, atmospheric historical fiction that is every bit convincing as it is engrossing.
"With great precision, Berneis transports the listener...This thrilling literary mystery will entrance listeners of all ages." - Booklist (audio review)
Best Selling Videos
Discover the man behind the snorkel in Dan Yaccarino’s exciting biography!
Starred review. "Viewers will get the sense they are underwater, exploring mysteries of the sea with (Cousteau)...young viewers will enjoy learning about this amazing life and will be excited to know more." - School Library Journal (video review)
A touching account of one family’s quest for equality in America.
3 stars. “…this inspirational program reminds viewers that “when you fight for justice, others will follow. Recommended.” - Video Librarian
An offbeat and giggle-inducing take on conquering fears from the creators of Dragons Love Tacos!
“This charming, fresh approach to children’s videos is sure to fly off the shelves.” - School Library Journal (video review)
A Nation's Hope By Matt de la Peña
Ill. by Kadir Nelson
Lawn to Lawn By Dan Yaccarino
Ill. by Dan Yaccarino
The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau By Dan Yaccarino
Ill. by Dan Yaccarino
Separate is Never Equal By Duncan Tonatiuh
Ill. by Duncan Tonatiuh
Big Bad Bubble By Adam Rubin
Ill. by Daniel Salmieri
Doug Unplugs on the Farm By Dan Yaccarino
Ill. by Dan Yaccarino