Best described as the Greek Gods meet The Wizard of Oz, Little Goddess Girls is a fun and fabulous read. A young girl named Athena gets whisked off to Mount Olympus! Bigger text allows for easier reading for those just learning.
— Lindsay A.
You know how everything at school is done in “alphabetical order”? Is that fair? Elizabeth will feel like a friend you’ve known forever, as she hilariously tries to fix this very unfair rule! An updated Junie B. Jones-style character for today’s girls.
This is for those who feel strange or out of place. My favorite part of the cover is his floating eye! A celebration of the wonderfully weird, Rumple Buttercup is sure to charm you.
— Lindsay A.
Lucy McGee and her new friend, Phillip, write the silliest songs to each other! Lucy has a lot to learn about the meaning of friendship and honesty in this super duper fun and charming story! It’s funny, it’s honest, it’s one of my favorite little chapter books. This is also a great read aloud.
Calling all Last Firehawk fans - the newest addition to this addictive series is finally here! Packed with even more adventure and mysterious discoveries, Lullaby Lake is sure to please series fans.
Imagine you’re the pilot...of a deep sea submersible” and spend a day diving into the deepest part of the ocean, searching for signs of life near underwater volcanoes.
The truth will set you free. Or will it? Join Zeke and Harris on another alien adventure in this wonderfully imaginative series that makes me wish I had an alien neighbor!
In the old west sometimes few words need be spoken to convey a message- this is a simple story that says a lot with the help of stylistic illustrations that emphasize the fundamental nature of the old west. This story is a nugget of gold.
Alma has TOO MANY names! But as her father explains where each one comes from, they start to feel like they are the exact right amount! A lovely story of a girl learning about her rich family history, and the meaning behind the names she has been given.
I highly recommend this fantastic early reader about Juana, her dog Lucas, and her familia. Juana’s Mami is getting married and her life will be changing in big ways, but Juana soon is reassured the love from her Mami will never change. My favorite parts of el libro are the Spanish words worked in the text and the setting - Bogota, Columbia! This Nutmeg nominee series is a modern classic in the making!