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“Phelan's noir-esque adaptation of the classic fairy tale is atmospheric, clever, and touching. . . . A stunning, genre-bending graphic novel.” — School Library Journal (starred review)
A sumptuously illustrated adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's beloved novel of the 1920s, in a vivid and accessible new format.
Jon Klassen for the smallest hands! The very first HAT book in board book form.
Are you looking to improve your persuasive essay and narrative writing technique? Want to be able to write a persuasive or a narrative essay in 15 minutes? Not sure how to approach writing a persuasive and narrative essay? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the book bundle for you.
The tour de force that set the gold standard for dystopian YA fiction — in a compelling paperback edition.
A National Book Award finalist by Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo.
A family enjoys their weekly Sabbath dinner in a board book full of warm illustrations and a simple narration sure to appeal to young children.
A family heads to synagogue together in a charming board book for little listeners with a rhyming text and child-friendly illustrations.
A 2021 Newbery Honor Book A boy on the run. A girl determined to find him. A compelling fantasy looks at issues of privilege, protest, and justice.
A 2021 Newbery Honor Book “Seems to have it all: a sympathetic hero, a colorful setting, humor, heart, philosophy, and an epic conflict that relates the complexity and humanity of social justice. . . . Luminous.” —Booklist
This wide-ranging collection of bedtime poems is an inspired baby gift that will find a treasured place on children’s nightstands everywhere.
A pony in desperate need of saving might be just what Essie needs to help her forgive the past and find happiness.
"An inviting introduction to the wonder of plants, food, and gardening. . . . Will be a favorite of teachers, students, and home readers alike." — Kirkus Reviews
A poetic text and wonderfully intimate photographs follow a newborn sandhill crane as it takes its first steps into the world.