Unicorn best friends Magical, Unique, and Divine are getting ready for a very special birthday party in this picture-book adventure. Celebrate your inner unicorn with the first book in the Afro Unicorn line!
The Grinch is BACK and ready to prove to the residents of Who-ville that he’s changed. This heartwarming sequel is written and illustrated in the style of Dr. Seuss’s beloved holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Engage with the wonderful world of sunshine, rainbows, thunder, and snow as you learn fun facts with Wally! A first weather book for toddlers, each page is a chance to spark curiosity around the magic waiting just beyond your front door.
When a young boy realizes the scope of inequities in the wider world, he’s seized with the urge to do more. He decides to bring together the different parts of himself — the artist and the activist — to become … an Artivist. After his mural goes viral, he sets out to change the world one painting at a time.
Filled with his trademark humor and wisdom, Academy Award-winning actor and #1 New York Times bestselling author Matthew McConaughey has crafted a soulful and irreverent collection of life lessons that empowers readers, big and small, to celebrate how we are all full of possibility. Why? Just because.
Another hilarious picture book from actor Max Greenfield, author of I Don’t Want To Read This Book and This Book Is Not a Present, dedicated to introverts of all ages, about the horrors of reading aloud.
From Pete Oswald, New York Times bestselling illustrator of the Bad Seed series, and Tara Lazar, critically acclaimed author of 7 Ate 9, comes Flat Cat, the story of a cool cat who learns that sometimes life is about finding the best of both worlds.
A stunning picture book comprising two incredible stories — the first part chronicles the adventures of a four-year-old Black girl named Harlem, while the second part describes the history of Harlem the neighborhood. From a New York Times bestselling author and a critically acclaimed illustrator.
Presidential inaugural poet and #1 New York Times bestselling author Amanda Gorman and Caldecott Honor and Coretta Scott King Honor winner Christian Robinson have created a timeless message of hope. With intimate and inspiring text and powerfully stunning illustrations, Something, Someday reveals how even the smallest gesture can have a lasting impact.
It’s just a regular day when ordinary kids Jack and Annie are whisked away in the magic tree house to the Galapagos islands, where they must save a giant tortoise from an erupting volcano! The #1 bestselling Magic Tree House series is ready to whisk you away across the world with Jack and Annie — this time as World Turtle Experts!
The second book in the humorous, heartfelt, highly illustrated series about a girl who doodles to cope with her anxiety, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sara Shepard. Big changes are around the corner: Penny’s family is moving to a new house, her mom is about to give birth to twins, and most stressful of all, she’s been tapped for a role in her class play! Rolling with life’s surprises isn’t Penny’s strength. But she’s learning … one doodle at a time!
Swap stories, thoughts, and doodles with your six-to-nine-year-old daughter! Fun weekly prompts and activities will strengthen your special bond and spark meaningful conversations in this journal meant for girls and their moms.
The Inheritance Games meets Ocean’s Eleven in this cinematic heist thriller where a cutthroat competition brings together the world’s best thieves and one thief is playing for the highest stakes of all: her mother’s life.
The runaway romance soon to be a major motion picture starring Virginia Gardner and Alex Aiono! Two star-crossed teens embark on a journey to Spain to discover the meaning of love, death, and everything in between. Now in paperback!
When a blue-haired boy (Ryan) meets a pink-haired boy (Avery) at a dance — a queer prom — both feel an inexplicable but powerful connection. Follow them through their first ten dates as they bridge their initial shyness and fall in love — through snowstorms, groundings, meeting parents (Avery’s) and not (Ryan’s), cast parties, heartbreak, and every day and date in between.
The sequel to Nubia: The Awakening, the epic fantasy from actor and producer Omar Epps and writer Clarence A. Haynes! A powerful saga of three teens, the children of refugees from a fallen African utopia, who must navigate their newfound powers in a climate-ravaged New York City.
Penny’s trying to forget about her ex, Nash. His father was arrested for the brutal murder of four teenagers on Devil’s Night last year. Penny’s parents have forbidden her to have anything to do with Nash or his family. It’s hard not to think of what happened as spooky season gets underway — but she’s trying. That stops when she goes to the Halloween store and finds a classmate bleeding out on the floor of a dressing room. Stabbed. Is a copycat killer on the loose? The adults are saying no. But Penny knows better.