Starred Youth Services Book Review
Paula Grey explores how creative thinkers—sometimes collaborating, sometimes competing, and always building on the work of their predecessors—have envisioned new ways to move about in the world.
In rhymed couplets, with magical illustrations, Sylvia Rose and the Cherry Tree spins a story of adventure, imagination, and the importance of home.
If walls could talk, what would they say? Perhaps they would tell us who built them and why. Maybe they could even tell us about people's lives today or about how our ancestors lived thousands of years ago.
Named one of the Top 10 Native American Books for Elementary Schools by American Indians in Children's Literature
Little Zoo Sap and his family are moving from their summer home on the coast to their winter home in the deep woods. Unnoticed, the youngster tumbles off the end of the sled.
Seeds can be dispersed by wind, water, animals or the bursting of a pod. In Three Lost Seeds, these forces are a metaphor for the hardships faced by displaced children.