Titles in the current season...
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The Tall Man and the Small Mouse The Tall Man and the Small Mouse (Hardback)
author: Mara Bergman
illustrator: Birgitta Sif

He’s a tall man who likes to fix things. She’s a small mouse who likes to find things. Could this be the beginning of a beautiful friendship?

The Whole Wide World and Me The Whole Wide World and Me (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Toni Yuly

A bold, joyful picture book for the very young shows that the natural world is full of wonders — and each of us is a small part of that.

The Whydah: A Pirate Ship Feared, Wrecked, and Found The Whydah: A Pirate Ship Feared, Wrecked, and Found (Paperback)
author: Martin W. Sandler

“A fascinating story about piracy and the legendary eighteenth-century pirate ship Whydah.” — School Library Journal (starred review)

Tom Gates: Extra Special Treats (Not) Tom Gates: Extra Special Treats (Not) (Hardback)
author/illustrator: L. Pichon

Between snowstorms, visiting relatives, and chocolate raisins, everything’s piling up around Tom Gates in his sixth doodle-packed diary.

Tom Gates: Extra Special Treats (Not) Tom Gates: Extra Special Treats (Not) (EBook)
author/illustrator: L. Pichon

Between snowstorms, visiting relatives, and chocolate raisins, everything’s piling up around Tom Gates in his sixth doodle-packed diary.

Trell: Nothing But the Truth Trell: Nothing But the Truth (Paperback)
author: Dick Lehr

“Trell is an appealingly gutsy heroine whose belief in her father is strong enough to drag an attorney and a down-on-his-luck journalist into her orbit.” — School Library Journal

Triangle Triangle (EBook)
author: Mac Barnett
illustrator: Jon Klassen

Multi-award-winning, New York Times best-selling duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen conspire again on a slyly funny tale about some very sneaky shapes.

Tropical Terry Tropical Terry (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Jarvis

From author-illustrator Jarvis comes a buoyant underwater tale about a little blue fish who learns that being dazzling isn’t what makes you special.

Un nuevo hogar Un nuevo hogar (Hardback)
author/translator: Tania de Regil

As a girl in Mexico City and a boy in New York ponder moving to each other’s locale, it becomes clear that the two cities — and the two children — are more alike than they might think.

Una bicicleta como la de Sergio Una bicicleta como la de Sergio (Paperback)
author: Maribeth Boelts
illustrator: Noah Z. Jones

“Boelts lays out Ruben’s ethical dilemma and emotional turmoil without preaching, and his struggle toward the moral choice . . . is both dramatic and genuine.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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