August 24, 2021
Written by Hunter Liguore, illustrated by Vikki Zhang
A rumination on our ability to recognize our interconnectedness with all people.
“A lovely portrait of how interconnected everything is.” –Booklist
“Zhang illustrates a detailed, whimsical watercolor world with much to pore over.” –Publishers Weekly
“Imaginative rumination on the true meaning of farm to table.” –Kirkus Reviews
April 20, 2021
Written and illustrated by Paddy Donnelly
A captivating tale that celebrates a young girl’s determination, a granddad’s wisdom, and the fantastical wonders of the natural world.
Gold Medal Winner of 2021 IPPY Awards
“A playful fantasy.” –The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“A wonderful read for adults and children alike, as it is a journey of discovery.” –Children’s Books Ireland
“The Vanishing Lake explores the timeless mysteries and magic of nature.” –Fiona Woodcock, Author & Illustrator
March 2, 2021
Written and illustrated by Amalia Hoffman
A celebration of imagination, creativity, acceptance, and art that will delight children of all ages.
Gold Medal Winner of 2021 Indie Book Awards
“Have the art table and smocks ready.” –Kirkus Reviews
“It will inspire a generation of artists to let loose and have fun with their creations.” –Jenna Rideout
“A humorous celebration of imagination and creativity.” –Midwest Book Review
May 18, 2021
Written and illustrated by Farren Phillips
An interactive detective story with fun fill-in-the-blanks and laugh-out-loud details.
“Fill-in-the-blank spaces invite readers to offer their own hypotheses, and occasional seek-and-find prompts encourage further reader involvement . . . Visual and bathroom humor is tucked everywhere in Phillips’s jam-packed digital illustrations . . . The homemade effect lends the story a down-to-earth vibe that emphasizes how much fun it is to be over-the-top silly in the name of science.” –Publishers Weekly
August 10, 2021
Written by Laurel P. Jackson, illustrated by Hélène Baum-Owoyele
A delightful story about the beauty of different cultures and the strength of collaboration.
“Busy, crowded, vibrant—like a party.” –Kirkus Reviews