Author and illustrator Jennie Palmer's Milo's Christmas Parade is a book that's truly written from the heart. Pulling from her time designing parade floats for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, she tells the story of a young opossum with a dream and a love for the holidays.
Kevin the Unicorn: Why Can’t We Be Bestie-corns?
Kevin the Unicorn is back in Jessika von Innerebner's latest book, Why Can't We Be Bestie-corns? Usually great at making new friends, he and his new neighbor Eric (who is also a unicorn) find themselves struggling to find common ground.
Poesy the Monster Slayer
Cory Doctorow and Matt Rockefeller team up to give the youngest horror fans out there a new story to love in Poesy the Monster Slayer! Poesy isn't afraid of the monsters who come into her room at night. She's ready for them and she fights back.
All Summer Long
It is officially summer for a lot of us so it's the perfect time to start looking for those next great summer reads. Hope Larson's All Summer Long is a great pick and not just because summer is right there in the name.
Star Wars Unfolds: The Original Trilogy
Star Wars Unfolds: The Original Trilogy is a unique new way to experience the Star Wars films. Part pop-up book and part greatest-hits compilation, it gives young readers a different way to experience the story.
John Patrick Green takes the joke "What do you call an alligator in a vest?" to the extreme in his newest graphic novel, IngestiGators. He creates a hilarious world where actual alligators in actual vests solve bizarre mysteries.
Keep Kids Learning With These Graphic Novels!
We've put together a list of non-fiction graphic novel series for young readers. It includes some of my all time favorite series and I hope it will be of use! There are lots of great graphic novels and series here to help the kids pass the time.
Katie O'Neill introduces young readers to comics (and axolotls) in her new book, Dewdrop! Dewdrop is a young axolotl who loves to help out and inspire others.
Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows
Unicorns are great, right? Everything about them is sparkly and awesome. At least, that's how it seems. It turns out unicorns can have bad days, too, as we learn in Jessika von Innerebner's 'Kevin the Unicorn: It's Not All Rainbows.'