My Dadima Wears a Sari
by Kashmira Sheth
illustrated by Yoshiko Jaeggi

An Indian grandmother and her American granddaughter explore culture, imagination, and individuality through a sari. From award-winning author Kashmira Sheth.

Sona and the Wedding Game
by Kashmira Sheth
illustrated by Yoshiko Jaeggi

★ “Everyone will want to attend this wedding.” ―Kirkus Reviews

Experience the magic of an Indian wedding in this story of a girl playing a fun, traditional game on her sister’s wedding day.

Spectacular Spots
by Susan Stockdale

With engaging rhymes and bright, bold images, award-winning author and illustrator Susan Stockdale introduces young readers to the many ways in which animals benefit from their spots.

Stripes of All Types

Stripes of All Types
by Susan Stockdale

Susan Stockdale’s bright, detailed paintings help show the many reasons stripes are so often found in nature. An afterword provides more information about each featured animal and where it lives, and explains the role its stripes play.

Izzy Gizmo and the Invention Convention

Izzy Gizmo and the Invention Convention
by Pip Jones
illustrated by Sara Ogilvie

Izzy Gizmo has been invited to Technoff Isle’s annual convention where the inventor of the best machine will win coveted admittance to the Genius Guild.

About Habitats: Rivers and Streams
by Cathryn Sill
illustrated by John Sill

An accessible introduction to rivers and streams, their major attributes, the animals and plants that live there, and their remarkable global diversity.

One Fox

One Fox: A Counting Book Thriller
by Kate Read

One hungry fox with two sly eyes is on the prowl…With something different to count on each page, learning to count from one to ten has never been so thrilling!

Bravo Zulu, Samantha!
by Kathleen Benner Duble

Independent-minded Sam does not like the fact that she has to spend a month of her summer vacation at her grandparents’ place.


Countdown: 2979 Days to the Moon
by Suzanne Slade
illustrated by Thomas Gonzalez

Suzanne Slade’s award-winning free verse and Thomas Gonzalez’s stunning illustrations tell the “captivating” true story of NASA’s effort to land the first man on the Moon.

Now You Say Yes

Now You Say Yes
by Bill Harley

An unforgettable middle grade novel about two orphaned siblings on a cross-country journey in search of their place in the world.