Parents Collection

    • An Anty War Story
      Tony Ross

      This anti-war story is told through the eyes of Douglas, the only ant in Antworld who has a name. He dreams of joining the beautiful line that delivers food, but he's been enlisted to be a soldier.

    • The Color Monster
      Anna Llenas

      The Color Monster is a story about emotions. One day, color monster is confused. He is filled with different colored scribbles and he doesn't understand why.

    • Just Right Family
      Silvia Lopez

      Meili, who is six years old and adopted from China, learns that her parents are going to adopt a baby from Haiti. Meili isn't happy. Their family is just right as it is.

    • My Mixed Emotions
      Elinor Greenwood

      This thoughtful, engaging book is packed with helpful hints, tips, and techniques for helping children learn to recognize and express their emotions.

    • On the News
      Jillian Roberts

      On the News gently introduces young children to the realities of natural disasters, terrorism and other forms of tragedy. In age-appropriate language and tone, Dr. Roberts explains what tragedy is, the feelings it may create and how to manage those feelings.

    • Sending and Saving
      Jennifer Colby

      This book provides the earliest of readers a foundation in how to spend and save wisely. Simple sentence structure and word usage help readers develop word recognition and reading skills.

    • Teachers in my Community
      Bridget Heos

      With captivating text and illustrations, readers can follow along as a class meets another teacher in its school and learns new information about what teachers do.

    • Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Star
      Chris Tougas

      Simple rhymes offer gentle reminders to Little Star about where not to tinkle: not in the car, not on a train, not a plane. Not in a sandbox, not on a slide!

    • Uniquely Wired
      Julia Cook

      Zak also has autism, so he sometimes responds to the world around him in unconventional ways. As Zak describes his point of view, young readers gain a better understanding of his behaviors and learn valuable lessons about patience, tolerance and understanding.

    • Welcome: A Guide for New Arrivals
      Mo Willems

      Mo Willems' introductory guide for new arrivals welcomes readers to the world using bold, eye-catching graphics and clever text that is perfect for reading aloud.This one-of-a-kind guide to the world is a must-have for infants and new parents alike.

    • What Happens Next
      Susan Hughes

      This is a raw, realistic story told by an unnamed protagonist who is made to feel different from everybody else--even invisible sometimes.

    • What if Everybody Said That
      Ellen javernick

      What if everybody forgot to be kind? The world wouldn't be a very nice place to live. But what if everybody thought before they spoke, so the world would be a kinder place?

    • Worries Are Not Forever
      Elizabeth Verdick

      Everyone feels worried at times, and young children are no exception. Friendly and reassuring, this book geared to preschool and primary children explains what worries are and how it feels to be worried.

    • You Can Control Your Voice
      Connie Colwell Miller

      During conflict will you use your hands or words? If you're angry, will you throw a fit or talk it out? Learning how to make good choices is an important and essential part of growing up.