Welcome to the Big Kids Club
by Chelsea Clinton
Is there a new baby coming to your home? One who will sleep and cry and demand attention and…poop? Well, welcome to the…big kids club! This book will teach you what every big kid needs to know about their baby: What your baby can see, why your baby cries, when your baby will be able to talk, how your baby knows you love them, and so much more (including why your baby poops so much!).
Together We Ride
by Valerie Bolling
Learning to ride is no easy feat! But with a little courage, a guiding hand from her dad, and an enthusiastic bark from her pup, one brave girl quickly learns the freedom that comes from an afternoon spent outside on a bike.
Nana Loves You More
by Jimmy Falon
How much does Nana love you?
More than the moon? More than the stars?
More than all of the planets by far!
Pip and Zip
by Elana Arnold
When a family brings home two abandoned duck eggs and waits for them to hatch, they read, learn and laugh until one day Pip and Zip are born.
Uncle John’s City Garden
by Bernette G. Ford
While visiting her uncle John in the city for the summer, L’il Sissy, her siblings, and uncle transform an empty lot into a vegetable garden.
I Like This, You Like That
by Linda Ashman
A rhyming friendship story told in two voices, this picture book follows two children as they try to discover what they have in common, from favorite toys to shaggy dogs to pizza toppings.
The Boy Who Loved Maps
by Kari Allen
The Mapmaker loves maps. He loves to collect them, to study them, and most of all, he loves to make them. But when a girl asks for a map of a perfect place, the Mapmaker is perplexed. She wants a map to a toes-in-the-sand-warm, X-marks-the-spot-place filled with treasures, where it smells like her birthday and she can zip around like a dragonfly. Surely, a place that is all of these things can’t exist…can it?“
Alone Like Me
by Rebecca Evans
When Liling moves from her home in the mountains of China to the big city, her parents cannot afford to send her to school, and she spends her days with her mother, wishing she had a friend–until she sees a girl in a yellow coat, who lives in the next building, comes from a different mountain, and is happy to be Liling’s friend.
Norton and the Bear
by Gabriel Evans
Annoyed with an oversized bear who likes to copy his style, fashion-conscious Norton the dog goes to increasingly ridiculous lengths in order to maintain his individuality.
I Am You: A Book About Ubuntu
by Refiloe Moahloli
In southern Africa, there is a belief called ubuntu–the idea that we are all connected. No matter where we’re from or who we are, a person is a person through their connections to other people. With simple, lyrical text and charming artwork, this lively picture book first published in South Africa is the perfect introduction to the concept of ubuntu for young kids. A celebration of friendship and kindness, the book shows children the many ways that we are all one.