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We Need Everyone

Everyone has a gift. Every gift is different, and every gift is special. Our world needs you to share your gift.

What is your gift? How can you use your gift to help others?

We Need Everyone empowers children ...

The Wolf Suit

A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection

“Genuinely lovely. A gorgeous palette of colors and emotions with illustrations that leap off the page.”—Matthew Forsythe, creator of MINA, and Pokko ...

How to Party Like a Snail

An introverted snail throws his own kind of party to celebrate all things quiet

Snail is a party animal. Well...kind of. He loves the quiet things about parties: confetti, making new friends (using his ...

Lift-and-Trace: Colors

Early learning for toddlers!
Follow the die-cut grooves with your finger and lift the flaps of this interactive board book that helps develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Each page encourages ...

Call Me Bill

A gorgeously illustrated historical graphic novel based on a real person who, defying gender expectations, left home in search of adventure and a more authentic life.

It was April 1, 1873. In the middle ...

Most Magnificent Idea, The

The long-awaited sequel to the runaway bestseller The Most Magnificent Thing that readers have been clamoring for!

The girl in this story, with her dog at her side, loves to make things. Her brain, she ...

My Name Is Seepeetza

An honest look at life in an Indian residential school in the 1950s, and how one indomitable young spirit survived it — 30th anniversary edition.

Seepeetza loves living on Joyaska Ranch with her family. ...

Blanket

By (author) Ruth Ohi
Illustrated by Ruth Ohi
Categories: Children’s / Teenage fiction: General fiction

A gentle wordless picture book about the difference a kind friend can make on a gray day.  

It’s a beautiful morning, but when Cat wakes up, the world feels gray. Cat wraps up in a blanket and hides ...

Akpa's Journey

After thick-billed murre Akpa emerges from his egg, high on an Arctic cliff, he soon learns that he must embark on a long migration before he is even able to fly. Flinging himself into the icy water with ...

Un bisou coquelicot

Aly spends Remembrance Day with her great-grandfather. The latter is all dressed up, beret on his head and medals lined up on his veteran's chest. Cling, clang, cling... One medal at a time, Aly discovers ...