2021 Caldecott Medal Winner: We Are Water Protectorsby Carole Lindstrom and illustrated by Michaela Goade. Goade is the first Indigenous person to win the Caldecott.Medal for Illustration.
2022 Sibert Award Nominee: Out of the Blue by Elizabeth Shreeve and illustrated by Frann Preston-Gannon explores the prehistoric seas in a fun and accessible manner. The colorful illustrations delight, too!
Here We Are is a great picture book, exploring our world for both parents and kids, by the amazing author and wonderful illustrator, Oliver Jeffers. Perfect gift for the holiday season and for new parents!
Lab Girl by Hope Jahren is a wonderful nonfiction book all about science and nature. This is a well-written eco-narrative sure to have you outdoors and trying your own science experiments soon!
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Summer is the perfect time to learn more about birds. Jennifer Ackerman teaches us about the amazing intelligence of birds in her best seller The Genius of Birds.
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