Ada's Ideas: The Story of Ada Lovelace, the World's First Computer ProgrammerBy Fiona RobinsonSpectacular mixed-media collage helps recount the story of the woman responsible for the foundations of modern-day computing.
Ada’s Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of ParaguayBy Susan Hood; Illustrated by Sally Wern ComportInspiration unfolds as a community, built on a landfill, unites in an extraordinary way through music.
All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. CookBy Leslie Connor
Armstrong: The Adventurous Journey of a Mouse to the MoonBy Torben KuhlmannA stargazing mouse takes his dreams of space travel and makes them a reality in this finely detailed story.
As Brave as YouBy Jason Reynolds
Beetle BoyBy M.G. Leonard
A Beginner's Guide to Bear SpottingBy Michelle Robinson; Illustrated by David RobertsLearn to charm furry beasts with a simple teddy bear. A humorous how-to.
The Best ManBy Richard PeckAs Archer navigates middle school, he learns about love, acceptance, and the true meaning of friendship. A hilarious tale filled with colorful characters and wacky shenanigans.
The Blue JackalBy Shobha Viswanath; Illustrated by Dileep JoshiJuno fools the forest animals into believing he is their newly appointed king. Filled with earthy illustrations inspired by traditional Warli artwork.
The BoldsBy Julian Clary; Illustrated by David RobertsThere's something different about the new arrivals to the sleepy suburb of Teddington... Meet the Bolds. A fun-filled tale about trying to fit in when you clearly stand out.
Bunny SlopesBy Claudia RuedaA bunny is getting ready to ski but needs some help from you in this interactive picture book.
Death Is StupidBy Anastasia HigginbothamAn honest look at how it feels when someone you love dies.
Deep Roots: How Trees Sustain Our PlanetBy Nikki TateFrom cleaning the air to providing food and shelter, discover the ways trees are an integral part of life on Earth.
The Door by the StaircaseBy Katherine MarshSpunky orphan Mary Hayes is adopted by the mysterious Madame Z., a witch who eats children.
Dragon Was TerribleBy Kelly DiPucchio; Illustrated by Greg PizzoliWhen a magical menace terrorizes the people and unicorns of a small kingdom, an unlikely hero steps up.
Duck, Duck, Porcupine!By Salina YoonWho needs goose when you have a friend like Porcupine? Little Duck's expressions will make you laugh and scream "squee."
Echo Echo: Reverso Poems About Greek MythsBy Marilyn Singer; Illustrated by Josee MasseAncient tales of Arachne and Athena, Persus and Medusa, and other mythical figures are told from two perspectives.
Emma & Julia Love BalletBy Barbara McClintockEmma is studying dance and Julia is a professional ballerina. A lovely look at a day in the life of two performers.
Freedom in Congo SquareBy Carole Boston Weatherford; Illustrated by R. Gregory ChristieSlaves count down the days until they can meet in New Orleans' famed Congo Square, the only place they could legally worship and make music together.
Freedom Over Me: Eleven Slaves, Their Lives and Dreams Brought to LifeBy Ashley BryanInspired by plantation estate documents, these free-verse, first person narratives give voice to the horrors endured and the hopes of freedom. Powerfully illustrated by the author.