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Harlem Renaissance Party - written and illustrated by Faith Ringgold // Title under consideration for the January 2016 Mock Caldecott event hosted by Kent State University's School of Library and Information Science

As a boy and his mother move quickly through the city, they're drawn to different things. for more pins see the urban imagined https://pinterest.com/urbanimagined/

As a boy and his mother move quickly through the city, they're drawn to different things. for more pins see the urban imagined https://pinterest.com/urbanimagined/

Lizard from the Park : Leonard is an independent child, but a lonely one. When the egg he finds in the park hatches into what he thinks is a lizard, he’s happy to care for his new friend (who he names Buster) and take him all over New York City—from the donut shop to the Natural History Museum. But Buster grows and grows and grows, until he’s not a lizard any more… he’s a dinosaur and he isn’t happy living in the crowded city. This is an adorable tale of friendship and...

Lizard from the Park : Leonard is an independent child, but a lonely one. When the egg he finds in the park hatches into what he thinks is a lizard, he’s happy to care for his new friend (who he names Buster) and take him all over New York City—from the donut shop to the Natural History Museum. But Buster grows and grows and grows, until he’s not a lizard any more… he’s a dinosaur and he isn’t happy living in the crowded city. This is an adorable tale of friendship and...

Outstanding in the Rain: A Whole Story with Holes, written and illustrated by Frank Viva

Outstanding in the Rain: A Whole Story with Holes, written and illustrated by Frank Viva

Trombone Shorty - written by Troy Andrews, illustrated by Bryan Collier // Title under consideration for the January 2016 Mock Caldecott event hosted by Kent State University's School of Library and Information Science

Trombone Shorty - written by Troy Andrews, illustrated by Bryan Collier // Title under consideration for the January 2016 Mock Caldecott event hosted by Kent State University's School of Library and Information Science

A refugee boy's determination to ride a bicycle leads to an unexpected friendship.

Books are powerful. They help kids translate and process the world around them. So, it's important for children to not only to feel included in picture books but also for books to make visible a range of stories. Here are some of our favorites.

Books are powerful. They help kids translate and process the world around them. So, it's important for children to not only to feel included in picture books but also for books to make visible a range of stories. Here are some of our favorites.

A science and nature biography of Cynthia Moss, the elephant expert, by the author of Caldecott Honor book One Cool Friend  Cynthia Moss was never afraid of BIG things. As a kid, she loved to ride...

A Passion for Elephants by Toni Buzzeo

A science and nature biography of Cynthia Moss, the elephant expert, by the author of Caldecott Honor book One Cool Friend Cynthia Moss was never afraid of BIG things. As a kid, she loved to ride...

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