Library of Congress Children's Books
ALA Notable Children's Book
School Library Journal Best Book
Buckeye Children's Book Award (Ohio) ... View details
From Shel Silverstein, New York Times bestselling author of Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic, comes a poignant picture book about love and acceptance, cherished for over fifty years. This classic is perfect for both young readers and ... View details
Golden Archer Award (Wisconsin)
Parents' Choice Gold Award
Maine Student Book Award
ALA Booklist Editors' Choice ... View details
In this classic of children's literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.
In a great green room, tucked away ... View details
Richard Siken's "Crush," selected as the 2004 winner of the Yale Younger Poets prize, is a powerful collection of poems driven by obsession and love. Siken writes with ferocity, and his reader hurtles unstoppably with him. His poetry is confessional,... View details
This is a compilation of poems by Emily Dickinson. Emily Dickinson was virtually unknown during her lifetime, but now is considered one of American's greatest poets of the 19th century. Emily spent most of her life in Amherst where she attended schoo... View details
Is your school just a little too…NORMAL?
Maybe you should go to Wayside School. You'll meet Bebe, the fastest draw in art class; John, who only reads upside down; and Sammy, the new kid-he's a real rat. Come on! Hurry up! If you're late for class, M... View details
Paul had it made. He sat in the back of the room. He paid no attention to anyone, and nobody paid any attention to him. But if he pulled a pigtail, it would be all over. Leslie would tell on him, and ...
Max is the hero of this beloved children's classic in which he makes mischief, sails away, tames the wild things and returns home for supper.... View details
Where did the tree house come from? Before Jack and Annie can find out, the mysterious tree house whisks them to the prehistoric past. Now they have to figure out how to get home. Can they do it before dark...or will they become a dinosaur's dinner? ... View details
A mouse outwits his predators in this exuberant two-part fable. "Serve this one for a rollicking good time." -SLJ... View details