A picture book captures the bittersweet mood of the end of summer.
New picture books include “Two Mice” and “The Great and Mighty Nikko!”
New picture books include “Music Class Today!” and “Dad’s First Day.”
In a new picture book, a young bird discovers the strange power of curse words, thanks to his father.
New books include a chunky guide to dinosaurs and some big laughs in small packages.
Property is not all that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, as these three books for young readers demonstrate.
On the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, two picture books pull children in to an earlier generation’s struggle.
New picture books take children, animals and a T-Rex on getaways to the shore.
New picture books include “One Family” and “My Family Tree and Me.”
In this Y.A. novel, a young muralist learns of her mystical family legacy when phantom forces threaten her community.
A shapeshifter with a love of mischief comes to the aid of a supervillain out to expose an insincere hero.
Children spend their summers joyfully learning woodland skills and working outdoors in two middle-grade novels.
Three picture books look at the surprises, the sights and the simple pleasures of a stroll.
New picture books find fun in modes of transport, from bikes to bulldozers.
A little boy finds independence despite his hovering family in a funny, refreshing new picture book.
Show-stopping butterflies and fireflies star in these picture books set in the loveliest corners of the insect world.
New picture books include “Jampires” by Sarah McIntyre and David O'Connell, and “Rude Cakes” by Rowboat Watkins.
In four picture books, the evening gives rise to dreams and the urge to explore shadowy worlds.
A new picture book is a “how to" manual for little people who have just gotten the hang of reading.
Two new novels about children with imaginary friends.