This is my new go-to board book! Cute and practical, this book is fun to read, and babies can grow into it when they're toddlers learning numbers.
When a small Italian village is in danger of closing down forever, a little white lie about a movie star coming to shoot his latest takes on a life of its own when everyone in town wants to get in on the action! I had the best time reading this gem!
This book has a little bit of everything- murder, romance, family drama, and so much humor. I flew through this and loved every minute!
This book about worms is laugh out loud funny- it makes a great read-aloud book for a classroom! Good for fans of The Book with No Pictures or This is a Ball.
This graphic novel is a coming out story, a fitting in story, an immigration store, a loving family story, and a fairy tale, but it is so much more than the sum of all those parts. Read it- you will not be disappointed.
I really enjoyed this book that tackles sisterhood, insurance scam, and how to come back to a home you felt desperate to leave. Jayne and June are flawed to say the least, but so relatable.
Listen. I know a book about a piece of toast who thinks he's a dog is a bizarre premise. I hear you. But if you give him a chance, he'll curl right up in your heart like the allergy-free (but gluten-full) pet you never knew you needed.
If you're looking for a book you can pick up and put down that guarantees a laugh, look no further. Irby's wit and relatability grabbed me from page one.
If you read one picture book in 2021, let it be this one. It's so thoughtful and takes the time and space to let Milo's story and experience unfurl. It's completely wonderful.
This book is such a treat - using the Japanese poetry form sijo, the kids in a classroom have a conversation about the one thing each of them would save in a fire. It's touching and silly, a wonderful and different approach to the magic of every day school chatter.
Izumi Tanaka is just an ordinary girl in California when she stumbles on a love letter of her mom's written by her dad in college. When she and her friends do a little digging, they find out her father is the Crown Prince of Japan, and had no knowledge of Izumi's existance! Is it too late to claim her spot in the Japanese Royal Family? Does she even want to? I devoured this fun and gorgeously written novel and think it's perfect for fans of American Royals or The Princess Diaries
You would have to travel far and wide to find such a charming group of bugs on a quest for, well, more quests. A must read.