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The Mask that Loved to Count
Luo Xi, transl. Helen Wang
A N95 mask goes on a journey from a pharmacy to a home to a hospital, counting as he goes, and finding out his true goal.
The Glassblower’s Children
Maria Gripe, illus. Harald Gripe, transl. Sheila La Farge
A haunting fairytale echoing Norse myth and folklore.
Jacques & Lise, transl. Laura Watkinson
A macho big-game hunter develops a conscience and starts feeling guilty about his actions. But will his plan to atone put him in a dangerous situation?
We Are The Beatles
Zoë Tucker, illus. Mark Wang
This book tells the story of the Beatles and amplifies the teamwork and friendship between the boys that enabled them to create their music.
The Bear, the Piano and Little Bear’s Concert
Little Bear’s voice shines through as she strives to hear her Dad play the piano once again.
If You Go Down to the Woods Today
Rachel Piercey, illus. Freya Hartas
An enchanting year-long journey into the world of Bear and his friends.
The B on Your Thumb
Tor Freeman, illus. Colette Hiller
A fun way to help 4-7-year-olds learn to read and spell.
Can you whistle, Johanna?
Ulf Stark, ill. Anna Höglund, transl. Julia Marshall
When Ulf tells his friend Berra about his grandfather, Berra wants a grandfather too. But where can you find one?
Who Do I See in the Mirror?
Vese Aghoghovbia-Aladewolu, ill. Irene Omiunu
A little girl notices and celebrates all she sees in the mirror.
The Smile Shop
What does a little boy do when he loses all his money on market day? Just how much does a smile cost?
Anete Melece, transl. Elῑna Brasliņa
Olga is tied to the Kiosk. But she has dreams as she looks through travel brochures. Will she ever escape to see that splendid sunset?
Bei Lynne, transl. Helen Wang
Bibbit loves to jump – well he is a frog. But what about going to the big city to take care of his little sister?