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.
This book is SO COOL. It comes with a wand that not only has a blacklight to use on the maps included, but also a blank page where you can draw your own map with the invisible ink marker in the wand! Truly a fun book for fans of all ages.
I loved this fantasy graphic novel! Edmunde and "Human Childe" were switched at birth, but they have to come together to fight when there's an uprising in the fae world. I loved the teamwork between these two and their sister! Such a fun read!
This sweet (ha!) graphic novel revolves around 2 teens working in a family bakery. Hector comes to town to clear out his grandma's and looks for a new pathwhile Ari resents working for his family in a small town.
I really enjoyed this book (within a book, within a book) and think it would make a fun addition to a kid's bedtime reads! Lots of repetition and a simple yet engaging story go hand in hand with a very neat format.
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.
Ruby was a contestant on the Great British Baking Show, and while I loved watching her bake, I fell in love with her writing when I signed up for her email newsletter. She has a way of making every craving seem worthy, every bite worth careful consideration, and her new book is no exception!
Avery and Bett are two girls who couldn't be more different who are forced together at summer camp by their dads. They make a concerted effort to NOT become friends in the process, thank you very much, but when they do, and their dads' relationship is in jeopardy, they have to come together parent-trap style to save their friendship! Told in emails back and forth, this is a lovely book about friendship, bravery, adapting, and standing up for yourself.
"Queenie" isn extremely relevant novel in this age of non-commital relationships and mental health reflection. It read like a cross between "Americanah" and "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" - a refreshing new voice and narrative.
Lalli Music is a food director at the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen, and I love watching her videos- they make cooking seem like such an accessible, intuitive activity, and her first cookbook is no different. I think anyone could learn something from this book from technique, to recipe and laid-back do-what-fees-right cooking.