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Wonders of the Night Sky

Astronomy Starts with Just Looking Up

By Raman Prinja, Illustrated by Jan Bielecki

Astronomy starts with just looking up in this luminously illustrated nonfiction middle grade guide to the spectacular treasures of the night sky from an award-winning physicist and astronomer.
For millennia, curious people have looked to the sky and wanted to understand the wonders that appeared. Readers can connect to the many parts of our universe visible to the naked eye and make inspiring connections to the science behind the stellar backdrop with this well-researched book that gives a definitive look at the marvels above us with accessible facts and dazzling illustrations.

Eat Your Superpowers!: How Colorful Foods Keep You Healthy and Strong

by Toni Buzzeo (Author) Serge Bloch (Illustrator)

Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

Twenty-five different foods, grouped by color, are nutritionally decoded in this reference book for the preschool set. From grapes to beets and oatmeal to cashews, this reference book highlights and explains the benefits of 25 fruits, vegetables, nuts and grains, each grouped into color categories and presented with the mind and body benefits they offer. Carefully crafted one-sentence explanations from author Toni Buzzeo provide the perfect amount of information for the preschool audience, and illustrator Serge Bloch’s charming and humorous art makes this an entertaining and uniquely appetizing reference book of food facts.

Little Faces Big Feelings: What Emotions Look Like (Little Feminist Presents #2) 

by Amy Morrison (Author)

Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

Series: Little Feminist Presents

Learn about the emotions behind the faces of over 90 different children, then use the included mirror to practice understanding your own feelings! See why kids are happy, sad, mad/frustrated, surprised, scared, brave, bored, silly and/or tired with beautiful photographs showing every bit of context (like welcoming a new sibling, falling off a bike, or getting ready to sleep). Every spread shows the same emotion on 10 different children’s faces, so family members and educators can demonstrate emotions look different for everyone. Created with neurodiverse children in mind! Complete with family discussion questions and a feelings wheel in the back matter.

Good Night, Body: Finding Calm from Head to Toe

  By Britany Winn Lee (Author) Borghild Fallberg (Illustrator) 

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

“A soothing nighttime routine and an age-appropriate introduction to mindfulness.” –Kirkus Reviews

Bedtime can be full of big emotions for kids! Calm anxious, busy thoughts with this body scan meditation designed to help kids relax and prepare for sleep. This mindfulness practice will help children let go of the worries, stress and excitement of the day as they reach their arms like a telescope, let their mouths hang like a hammock, dance their fingers like wind chimes and listen to their hearts beat a reassuring cadence, “you’re loved, you’re loved.”

With lyrical text and body-positive illustrations, this mindfulness picture book guides kids in connecting with who they are inside and out. Good Night, Body: Finding Calm from Head to Toe is perfect for children 4 to 8 and their parents and caregivers’ families who enjoy yoga and mindfulness exercises, children who need a relaxing bedtime ritual to smooth the transition from play to sleep and children who experience anxiety, insomnia, bedtime fears and intense emotions.

My Mind Is A Mountain/Mi Mente Es Una Montana

by Cindy Montenegro (Author) Nqobile Adigun (Illustrator

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

Introduce your little ones to the metaphor that the mind is a mountain and how it can powerfully handle all emotions from the lowest of the lows to the highest of the highs – and everything in between – in both English and Spanish. My mind is a mountain, powerful and strong! My Mind is a Mountain is a metaphor for the heights a mind can reach in powerfully handling all emotions from the lowest of the lows to the highest of the highs – and everything in between. Refreshing debut hardcover by a new talent, Cindy Montenegro Delgado, LMFT. My Mind is a Mountain takes little ones to new heights and enlightens them on being aware of their spectrum of emotions. This hardback is perfect for parents eager to introduce their children to acknowledging their full range of emotions and to understand that feelings of great enthusiasm and happiness can balance out those of sorrow and anger. The mind is a mountain, and it’s up to little ones to climb it!

Presente a sus pequeños la metáfora de que la mente es una montaña y cómo puede manejar poderosamente todas las emociones, desde la más baja de las bajas hasta la más alta de las altas, y todo lo demás, tanto en inglés como en español. Mi mente es una montaña, poderoso y fuerte! Mi mente Es Una Montaña es una metáfora de las alturas que una mente puede alcanzar al manejar poderosamente todas las emociones, desde lo más bajo de lo bajo hasta lo más alto de lo alto, y todo lo demás. talento, Cindy Montenegro Delgado, LMFT. Mi Mente Es Una Montaña lleva a los pequeños a nuevas alturas y los ilumina para que sean conscientes de su espectro de emociones. la felicidad puede equilibrar las de la tristeza y la ira. ¡La mente es una montaña, y depende de los pequeños escalarla!

First Aid (A True Book: Survival Skills) 

by Cody Crane (Author)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Series: A True Book: Survival Skills

Learn basic survival skills and connect with nature!

Knowing how to treat injuries is a skill that every outdoor adventurer needs. Did you know that you can splint a broken finger using only tape? Or that cool water is the first step to treating a burn? Learn all this and more in First Aid — a book that gives kids the confidence they need to get outside and explore.


Learning basic survival skills will give every kid the confidence — and the know-how — to handle emergencies and extreme situations. It also helps them feel comfortable and secure when they’re connecting with the outdoors while hiking, backpacking or simply exploring the woods. The books in the Survival Skills series teach kids how to build a shelter from found materials, how to navigate (even without a compass), how to treat injuries in case of emergency and so much more. These essential skills will give them the tools to take care of themselves in any situation.

Thirty Trillion Cells: How Your Body Really Works

by Isabel Thomas (Author) Dawn Cooper (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Do you know what you’re made of? The answer is cells―thirty trillion of them―all working together to form one awesome human being: YOU.

Did you know that the number of microorganisms in your body outnumber your own cells by 10 to 1? Or that every second, your body produces around 25 million new cells? Or that a human being has fewer chromosomes than, wait for it… a pineapple!

30 Trillion Cells provides a detailed look at the topic of the human body, covering all of the body’s major systems and organs, as well as looking at the cellular level and at the genetics that play a part in making us who we are. Readers will also explore the human body as a microbiome, discovering the trillions of ‘good’ microbes that live on and within us, doing their bit to keep us healthy. Features expansive, artistic illustration that is as beautiful to look at as it is educational.