New fall 2016 titles now available!

New fall 2016 titles now available!

Looking for some children’s books? We are happy to present eleven new titles, including three non-fiction titles The Bear, All About Forests and Want to Know. Whales! These titles will tell you all about bears, forests and whales. Discover these and other children’s books, perfect for fall weather. 

Take a look at our new titles:

The Bear

 The Bear

Meat the bear! See where this big creature lives, find out what he eats, learn who his enemies are and how he spends his day. Enter the world of bears with this wonderful, non-fiction picture book. For children ages 5 and up.






WhalesWant to Know. Whales

Discover the different types of whales, what they look like and where they live. And learn how to recognize them and who their friends and enemies are. This book also contains activities, a song, a big fold-out page and a mini-quiz. An informative picture book for children ages 5 and up about animals in the wild, namely whales.






All About ForestsAll About Forests

When you walk through a forest, you see trees everywhere. But do all trees in a forest look exactly the same? And are there any other plants in a forest? In this wonderful book you’ll learn all bout conifers, deciduous trees, tropical forests and much more! For children ages 5 and up.

"A great book to use when teaching about different habitats and animals … [and] good to use in a science lesson." – Carla Johnson-Hicks, Elementary Educator




Princess LemonellaPrincess Lemonella

Princess Lemonella is born angry. She always looks sour and never smiles. When the king and queen try to find a prince for her, she sends all the candidates away. Until one prince just rides past her…. A funny and romantic fairy tale about how love can make you smile. For children ages 5 and up. 






The Wolf and his ShadowThe Wolf and His Shadow

Wolf is afraid, especially of his own shadow. It’s big and black, with really huge teeth. Wolf is embarrassed. The other wolves will make fun of him! But then, Wolf discovers that his shadow can be useful too…. A moving story about a wolf who overcomes his fears. For children ages 4 and up.






Pilots and What They DoPilots and What They Do

The pilot flies the airplane. He has to make sure the passengers arrive safely. That’s why he has to keep an eye on things like the altitude and the plane’s speed during the flight.

An instructive, engaging picture book about airline pilots. For children ages 4 and up.

“A great book for a toddler that is interested in planes or about to go on their first flight.” – Taryn Villareall, The Overly Attached Reader




Ian 3Ian at Grandma and Grandpa’s House

Ian packs his little suitcase because he is going to Grandma and Grandpa’s house! Grandpa and Grandma have a wonderful time with Ian. They make him laugh with their funny ways….

A fun picture book about a toddler who loves his grandparents. For children ages 3 and up.

“… just as adorable as I had hoped…. If you want some fuzzy feelings of love and happiness be sure to read this one.” – Mehsi S, Twirling Book Princess




Baba YagaBaba Yaga

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Olga. She lived near the cruel and mean Baba Yaga, a real witch! There was a rumor she was fond of children… on her plate! One day, Olga’s stepmother sends Olga to Baba Yaga…. For children ages 5 and up.

“… just scary enough without going too far for little ones. I highly recommend this book for a wonderful story time!” – Jen Trower, Librarian, Tidewater Community College/City of Virginia Beach





Mary has a babyMary Has a Baby

A first introduction to the Christmas story. In rhythmical verses and unique illustrations made of pieces of paper.

“This is a pleasant additional purchase for those who want a version light on religious mysticism but with a happy message of ‘love, and peace, and light.’” – Anne Connor, Los Angeles Public Library – School Library Journal 





What will we chooseLarry and Lola. What Will We Choose?
Larry and Lola are busy bees! They are going to get dressed, eat, play, take a bath and sleep. For all these activities, they need different things. What are they taking with them (and what are they leaving behind)? For toddlers ages 24 months and up.

The illustrations are rich in detail and children will also enjoy following Mikey the Mouse as he gets into a bit of mischief along the way…. A good choice for libraries in need of sweet and engaging preschool books.”School Library Journal





Larry and Lola. What Do We See ThereLarry and Lola. What Will We See There?

Larry and Lola are taking trips together. They are going to the zoo, to the playground, to the woods and to the seaside…. There are all sorts of animals over there. Which do they see (and which don’t they see)? For toddlers ages 24 months and up.