How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?
By Jane Yolen and illustrated by Mark Teague
Parents and children can never have enough ways to say “I love you” — and these dinosaurs are giving families a funny book, perfect for bedtime, storytime, anytime.
The ABCs of Black History
By Rio Cortezand illustrated by Lauren Semmer
Letter by letter, the book celebrates a story of Black culture and history that spans continents and centuries, triumph and heartbreak, creativity and joy.
What Is the Civil Rights Movement?
By Sherri L. Smith, Who HQ and illustrated by Tim Foley
The book brings to life momentous events through the words and stories of people who were on the frontlines of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
By Taye Diggsand illustrated by Shane W. Evans
Mike has awesome hair and is the perfect blend of his parents. He has to answer questions about being mixed. And he does, with joy, in this story about the life of a mixed-race child.
I Am a Kindness Hero
By Jennifer Adams and illustrated by Carme Lemniscates
Follow the adventures of a young boy as he practices kindness throughout his day, from rescuing a puppy to standing up to bullies to helping his young sister tie her shoe.
Libby Loves Science: Mix and Measure
By Kimberly Derting and Shelli R. Johannes; illustrated by Joelle Murray
In this STEM-themed story, Libby hosts a puppy party for her friends and their dogs. With the help of her friend Rosa and little brother, Libby decorates, stuffs goody bags and bakes delicious cupcakes. But when they realize they’ve forgotten an important ingredient, they use science to solve the problem — just in the nick of time.
By Alyson Gerber
Clea can’t control her thoughts. She knows she has to do her homework, but she gets distracted. It’s starting to be a problem-not just in school, but when Clea’s playing chess or just hanging out with her best friend. She finds out that she has ADHD, which means her attention is all over the place instead of where it needs to be. She’s not sure how to fix the problem, but that’s what she’s going to have to do — find a way to focus.
By David A. Adler and illustrated by Edward Miller
Readers follow along as a loveable crew of kid astronauts and their Martian friends go about their daily routines, exploring the differences between seconds, minutes and hours; what a.m. and p.m. mean; and how to tell time on both digital and analog clocks. Ten seconds to lift off! Are you ready?