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The Pocket Chaotic

by Danielle Ballantyne

Alexander is a joey who loves his mother and the familiar comfort of her pouch, but who finds that it is getting rather crowded as of late. Handfuls of sweets, a toy car, and a recorder are just some of the things Alexander finds... Read More

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Kuan Yin

by Danielle Ballantyne

With intricate illustrations reminiscent of Chinese paper cuts, the origin story of a beloved Buddhist saint is reimagined for a new audience. Princess Ling’s beloved sister, Princess Miao Shan, does not want to marry and rule her... Read More

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We Want a Dog

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A hodgepodge of pooches are the focus of this jaunty picture book that begins with a decision: “We want a dog!” But what kind of dog—farty? Barky? A shedder? A sharp dresser? The possibilities are many. The prospective pups are... Read More

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More than a Little

by Michelle Anne Schingler

An adoring red fox heaps encouragements upon a fluffy-tailed squirrel in this lovely rhyming picture book about sending littles into the world with confidence, because each one adds something to it that no one else can: themselves! This... Read More

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Family Reunion

by Danielle Ballantyne

With an emphasis on the sanctity of family reunions in Black American families, "Family Reunion" is a sweet story about opening yourself up to new experiences—and finding unexpected delights. A young boy would rather stay home and play... Read More

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Pablo

by Danielle Ballantyne

Utilizing black-and-white illustrations with bold shapes and sharp contrasts, "Pablo" is a sparse story about breaking out of your shell—literally. Pablo’s big day has arrived: he has grown too big for his shell, and he is now ready... Read More

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