At the school gate Sarah waves at Mom, then runs away. She sees Lisa! And Adam! And some of her other friends. There’s also a boy who Sarah has never seen before.
There is a new boy at Sarah’s school, and his name is Ian. Sarah helps him out. She shows him the block corner, the chair he can use, and the games they play outside on the playground. Sarah has another fun day at school – and makes a new friend too.
In this cheerful picture book, a girl shares her knowledge of her school with a new boy and makes a friend in the process. Pauline Oud tells a familiar story and illustrates it with warm and colorful pictures. For children ages 30 months and up.
Zaza is going to daycare for the first time. Will she and Rosie make new friends?
A warm book about cuddly friends and new friends. For toddlers ages 24 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.
It’s Robin’s first day of school. He isn’t looking forward to it, but he decides to give it a try. Robin has a lot of fun at school! The children jump rope, do craftwork, and Robin builds a tower of blocks. He even goes to the potty all by himself . . .
A funny and colorful book about the first day of school. For children who are a little afraid of this big step and for those looking forward to it, ages 4 years and up.
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Dot is checking in to the Bug Hotel for the night. But before she goes to sleep, she makes sure all the other bugs are ready for bed. Good night, sleep tight!
A funny book about bedtime rituals. For sleepyheads ages 4 and up.
It’s winter! Lily and Milo go outside. They want to feed the birds in the yard and play in the snow. But . . . what happened to Milo’s warm hat and scarf?
A simple and interactive story about the winter. For toddlers ages 24 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.
Did Santa come to visit? Yes! How can you tell? Because the houses are filled with presents! Can you spot all the gifts on each wish list? And can you find all of the differences before and after Santa’s visit?
A colorful and engaging Christmas seek-and-find book. For young and old present-hunters ages 4 and up.
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Mara’s biggest wish is to become an astronaut ― to discover new planets. Sometimes dreams and wishes come true . . . She lands on the most beautiful planet she has ever seen. But the planet is in trouble and only Mara can help.
A wonderful space adventure about a small girl with big dreams and a big heart. For astronauts and explorers ages 6 and up.
Age Range: 6 and up
Grade Level: 2 – 3
Lexile Measure: 600L
Hardcover: 56 pages
Publisher: Clavis (June 16, 2020)
What do you love to do with your mommy?
There are so many things you can do together!
Will you come and take a look?
A cheerful book with flaps that make animals appear in a surprising way.
For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s emotions.
The little animals in this board book want their mommies to watch them. “Mommy, look what I can do!” they call. Lift the flaps and you can watch them too.
A colorful board book with photographs and drawings of animals and their little ones. For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.
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Ella is different from her brothers and sisters.
Less neat. And less sweet.
And she sings her own songs, all day long!
The other animals need time
to get used to it …
An inspiring picture book about music, friendship, and the courage to be yourself. For swinging music makers ages 4 and up.
Age Range: 4 – 12 years
Grade Level: 3 – 7
Lexile Measure: 530L
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Clavis (April 28, 2020)
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