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The Wall

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

In this children’s cautionary tale for the twenty-first century, a small-minded king learns the value of diversity when he attempts to control his kingdom with a wall of stone. Visually compelling, the wall’s pop-up structure... Read More

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Don't Drink the Pink

by Alex Dailey

Joyful and curious characters enliven this spirited picture book about a grandfather’s magical gifts to his granddaughter. In B. C. R. Fegan’s imaginative children’s picture book Don’t Drink the Pink , a quirky grandfather and... Read More

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Abracadabra Whoopsie

by Rebecca Monterusso

"Abracadabra Whoopsie" is a magical picture book that teaches siblings to appreciate each other. In Adam Kargman’s picture book "Abracadabra Whoopsie", a struggle between siblings is embellished with magic, and a lesson emerges. Jordy... Read More

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The Last Surviving Dinosaur

by Karen Rigby

"The Last Surviving Dinosaur" is a warm exercise in family lore that highlights the joy of storytelling. Steven Joseph’s picture book The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TyrantoCrankaTsuris is a playful, alternative creation story that... Read More

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Is 2 a Lot?

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Joey and his mom discuss the surprising ways that quantities can be measured and compared in this creative adventure with numbers. It adds up to a whole lot of fun, and active illustrations highlight Joey’s wild imagination as he... Read More

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