Pro Athlete Pay Equity
from Focus Readers
This title offers a detailed look at the effect pay equity has had on the sports world. Booklist calls it a “pertinent conversation starter, in which young sports fans and activists will be eager to participate“ in a starred review.
from Orca Book Publishers
This delightful story centers on love, support and the struggle for tolerance within the often tumultuous sibling relationship. “Filled with wonderful details … Reminds readers that familial relationships are complex and simple at the same time.” — Kirkus Reviews
Introduction to Earth’s Resources
This fact-filled introduction to Earth’s natural resources explains why they are important, how we use them, whether or not they are renewable and what steps we can take to recycle and reuse them.
My Dinosaur Adventures
from Cherry Lake Publishing
This series introduces early readers to the coolest creatures in history. With the help of prehistoric pals, readers will explore the Jurassic world and dig up facts along the way.
from Candlewick Press
These books for young readers will get students excited for reading about the magic of the holidays and the joys of snow.
New Social and Emotional Learning Series from The Child’s World
from Child’s World
This series introduces reades to the five core competencies of social and emotional learning. Each title showcases relatable stories of children learning elements of these competencies, such as conflict resolution, healthy relationships and stress management.
Experience the Civil Rights Era
from Nomad Press
Understand the activism of today through the struggles of yesterday in this series that combines engaging narrative with inquiry-based projects. Nomad’s unique approach simultaneously grounds kids in factual knowledge while encouraging creative and critical thinking.
Skunk and Badger
from Algonquin Young Readers
Wallace and Gromit meets Winnie-the-Pooh in a fresh take on a class odd-couple friendship, from Newbery Honor author Amy Timberlake. The book features full-color and black-and-white illustrations throughout by Caldecott Medalist Jon Klassen.
William Still and His Freedom Stories: the Father of the Underground Railroad
Author-illustrator Don Tate returns with an inspirational and remarkable new book. Based on the little-known story of William Still, the Father of the Underground Railroad, this picture book has received starred reviews from Kirkus and School Library Journal.
The Couch Potato
Meet your new pal-tato, Couch Potato! He has everything he needs within reach of his sunken couch cushion, but when the electricity goes out, Couch Potato is forced to peel himself away from the comforts of his living room and venture outside.
Adventure, Humor, Magic and Heart
Stunning middle-grade writing brings to life a chilling ghost story, a fantasy adventure full of humor and heart, a dystopian commentary on censorship and the incredible true story of young women exposed to radium and their struggle for justice.