Little Monkey by Marta Altés (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-0350-2729-3). Little Monkey feels ready to face the jungle by herself—but there’s someone with claws and stripes and sharp teeth following close behind. Ages 3–6.

My New Home by Marta Altés (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-0350-2730-9) centers on a raccoon moving to a new house and making friends. Ages 3–6.

Wee? It Wasn’t Me! by Clare Helen Welsh, illus. by Nicola O’Byrne (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-0350-2758-3). This follow up to Poo! Is That You? blends humor and animal facts. Ages 3–7.

One Home: Eighteen Stories of Hope from Young Activists by Hiba Noor Khan (June 18, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-5290-5307-4) introduces 18 inspiring activists who are taking a stand against climate change and includes a toolkit of activities. Ages 8–11.

The Misunderstandings of Charity Brown by Elizabeth Laird (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-5290-7563-2) is a coming-of-age story inspired by Laird’s childhood growing up in post-war London. Ages 9–11.


Find Your Favorite by Donna David, illus. by Nina Pirhonen, revs up with Cars Cars Cars! (Apr. 9, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2211-3) and Trucks Trucks Trucks! (Apr. 9, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2208-3), ages 2–6. Joining Guardian Angels by Lucinda Riley and Harry Whittaker, illus. by Jane Ray, is Bill and the Dream Angel (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-5290-5119-3), ages 3–9. Rumaysa by Radiya Hafiza, illus. by Rhaida El Touny, gains Ever After (Apr. 23, $8.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5290-9131-1), ages 8–11. Fantasy duology The Cloud Horse Chronicles by Chris Riddell arrives with Guardians of Magic (July 2, $8.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-0350-3509-0) and Tiggy Thistle and the Lost Guardians (July 2, $8.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-0350-3508-3), ages 9–11.

Macmillan/Farrar, Straus and Giroux

It’s Pride, Baby! by Allen R. Wells, illus. by Dia Valle (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39069-3). Readers join a queer family as they celebrate Black Pride in Washington, D.C. Ages 3–5.

I Am Friendly: Confessions of a Helpful Bear by Kristen Tracy, illus. by Erin Kraan (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39118-8), depicts the adventures of a well-meaning grizzly bear trying to help her forest friends. Ages 3–6.

When the Rain Came Down by Leslie Helakoski, illus. by Keisha Morris (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39020-4). In the wake of a flood, a community comes together to help each other and rebuild. Ages 3–6.

You’re Going to Love This Book! by Jory John, illus. by Olivier Tallec (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-38853-9), is a silly story that dares readers not to have fun reading it. Ages 3–6.

We Don’t Eat Our Neighbors by Daniel J. Mahoney (June 18, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39126-3). An alligator family runs into trouble when their son can’t curb his appetite for their new human neighbors. Ages 4–7.

The Boy Who Found His Voice by Tyler Gordon (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-38967-3). A boy with a speech difference learns the power of self-expression through art. Ages 4–8.

A Letter to My Best Friend by Yangsook Choi (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39129-4). Jihun, who recently moved to America, learns a new language to keep in touch with a furry friend back in Korea. Ages 4–8.

Lucky Dogs: A Story About Fostering Pups by Joowon Oh (Mar. 19, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39127-0) explores the special bonds between a girl and her foster dogs. Ages 4–8.

Sister Day by Jyoti Rajan Gopal, illus. by Fanny Liem (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39012-9), tells the story of two sisters who are excited to go on a backyard adventure. Ages 4–8.

Sweet and Sour by Brian Yanish, illus. by Stacy Ebert (July 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39144-7). Pickles Sweet and Sour are next-door neighbors who just can’t seem to get along. Ages 4–8.

Glenn Burke, Game Changer: The Man Who Invented the High Five by Phil Bildner, illus. by Daniel J. O’Brien (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39122-5), spotlights the first Major League Baseball player to come out as gay, and the story of how he created the world’s most recognizable handshake. Ages 6–9.

Three Summers: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Summer Crushes, and Growing Up on the Eve of War by Amra Sabic-El-Rayess and Laura L. Sullivan (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39081-5) shares the story of five young cousins who grow closer than sisters as ethnic tensions escalate over three summers in 1980s Bosnia. Ages 8–12.

Something Kindred by Ciera Burch (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-374-38913-0). As Jericka attempts to form a connection with the grandmother she’s never known and discover her family’s past, she meets a mysterious girl named Kat. Ages 12 and up.

Keepers of the Stones and Stars by Michael Barakiva (May 21, $20.99, ISBN 978-0-374-31440-8) features a quintet of teens chosen by magical gems to save the world. Ages 14 and up.

Tempest of Tea by Hafsah Faizal (Feb. 20, $20.99, ISBN 978-0-374-38940-6). An orphan girl will do whatever it takes to save her self-made kingdom in this launch of the Blood and Tea fantasy series. Ages 14 and up.


Escargot takes center stage in Escargot and the Search for Spring by Dashka Slater, illus. by Sydney Hanson (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-31427-9), ages 4–8. New to Pout-Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen, illus. by Dan Hanna, is Worry-Worry Whale and the Classroom Jitters (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39152-2), ages 4–8. Greenwild by Pari Thomson continues with The City Beyond the Sea (June 4, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39139-3), ages 8–12. And Unexpected Seasons by Rosalyn Eves adds An Unlikely Proposition (Mar. 5, $20.99, ISBN 978-0-374-39027-3), ages 12 and up.

Macmillan/Feiwel and Friends

Sloth Is Not a Baby! by Nelly Buchet, illus. by Janie Bynum (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87877-9). Sloth learns that sometimes being different isn’t so bad. Ages 2–5.

Ánh’s New Word: A Story About Learning a New Language by Hanh Bui, illus. by Bao Luu (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84213-8). A child living in a Vietnamese refugee camp learns their first word in English with a little help from their teacher and grandmother. Ages 3–6.

Don’t Wash Winston by Ashley Belote (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88305-6). Dad decides that Winston, Liam’s favorite teddy bear, needs to be washed. Ages 3–6.

Henna Is... by Marzieh Abbas, illus. by Anu Chouhan (July 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86266-2), is a love letter to this temporary body art that has been a tradition in cultures around the world for centuries. Ages 3–6.

May You Love and Be Loved: Wishes for Your Life by Cleo Wade (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87395-8) expresses the many hopes and dreams a parent has for their child. Ages 3–6.

Waiting to Welcome: A New Baby Story from West Africa by Samantha Cleaver and Reuben Nantogmah, illus. by Bri Marie McNish (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88359-9). A girl and her Ghanaian extended family prepare to celebrate the arrival of a baby. Ages 3–6.

Alone Sometimes: Everybody Needs a Hole in the Ground by Skylaar Amann (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87840-3). Best friends Ren and Kit learn that sometimes everyone needs a quiet, safe space to just be. Ages 3–7.

I Am Both: A Vietnamese Refugee Story by Kerisa Greene (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86502-1). This tale inspired by the author’s family’s journey on the last flight out of Saigon explores identity and immigration. Ages 4–8.

Linus and Etta Could Use a Win by Caroline Huntoon (May 7, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89746-6). Hot-headed cynic Etta takes on a bet to get new-kid-in-school Linus, a shy trans boy, elected student body president. Ages 8–12.

Olivetti by Allie Millington (Mar. 26, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-32693-5) is a middle-grade debut told from the vantage points of a witty typewriter and introverted 12-year-old Ernest. Ages 8–12.

The Spindle of Fate by Aimee Lim (June 4, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88619-4). Twelve-year-old Evie discovers that her recently deceased mother was head of a guild of magical weavers, and travels to the Chinese underworld to try and bring her back. Ages 8–12.

Kid-Ventors: 35 Real Kids and Their Amazing Inventions by Kailei Pew, illus. by Shannon Wright (Apr. 23, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-83602-1), collects stories about kid inventors. Ages 9–12.

The Baker and the Bard: A Cozy Fantasy Adventure by Fern Haught (Mar. 5, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82850-7; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-82851-4). In this YA graphic novel debut, two baker’s apprentices and best friends stumble upon a magical adventure involving mushrooms, fey, and giant caterpillars. Ages 12 and up.

Future Tense: How We Made Artificial Intelligence—And How It Will Change Everything by Martha Brockenbrough (Mar. 19, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-76592-5) guides readers through the development of this world-changing technology, exploring how it has touched every corner of our lives. Ages 12 and up.

With a Little Luck by Marissa Meyer (Feb. 13, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-61893-1). After being magically blessed with incredible luck, Jude discovers this gift may be a curse when it comes to love. Ages 12 and up.

A Crane Among Wolves by June Hur (May 14, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85809-2). To save her sister, a teen girl becomes entangled in a political conspiracy with an enigmatic prince. Ages 13 and up.

The Darkness Within Us by Tricia Levenseller (July 9, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84077-6) focuses on the romance between an ambitious young duchess and the powerful heir who is determined to steal her inheritance. Ages 13 and up.

Daughter of the Bone Forest by Jasmine Skye (Feb. 27, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87245-6). Two girls bound by fate must weather a dangerous courtship as a prophesied war approaches. Ages 13 and up.

Flawless Girls by Anna-Marie McLemore (May 28, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86963-0) follows two Latina sisters who are infamous among polite society, and the secrets that unravel when one of them disappears. Ages 13 and up.

Song of the Six Realms by Judy I. Lin (Apr. 23, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87161-9). Young musician Xue is swept away to the Celestial Realm by a handsome duke. Ages 13 and up.

Dear Wendy by Ann Zhao (Apr. 16, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88500-5). Sophie and Jo, two aromantic and asexual students at Wellesley College, engage in an online feud while unknowingly becoming friends in real life, in this dual POV YA debut. Ages 14 and up.

Four Eids and a Funeral by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé and Adiba Jaigirdar (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89013-9). Ex-best friends Tiwa and Said must work together to save their Islamic Center from demolition. Ages 14 and up.

This Is Me Trying by Racquel Marie (Apr. 16, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89138-9). Reunited friends Beatriz and Santiago navigate grief, love, mental illness, and forgiveness. Ages 14 and up.

We Are Mayhem by Beck Rourke-Mooney (Mar. 19, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-83659-5) is a debut YA novel about finding your strength, embracing your weird, and being who you truly are. Ages 14 and up.

Where Sleeping Girls Lie by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé (Mar. 19, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-80084-8). After her roommate disappears, Sade discovers dark secrets and cover-ups at her new boarding school. Ages 14 and up.

With Love, Miss Americanah by Jane Igharo (June 18, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87337-8). Seventeen-year-old Enore moves from Nigeria to America and manages her senior year with the help of classic teen movies and a new crush, all while working through grief and the rigid expectations of her mother. Ages 14 and up.

Eighteen Roses by Shannon C.F. Rogers (July 30, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84573-3). Lucia strays from her comfort zone in order to play the role of dutiful daughter and granddaughter. Ages 15 and up.


Oddbird returns in Oddbird’s Chosen Family by Derek Desierto (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86468-0), ages 2–5. You Be by Karla Clark, illus. by Debby Rahmalia, adds You Be Grandpa (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81437-1), ages 2–5. Harold the Iceberg by Lisa Wyzlic, illus. by Rebecca Syracuse, presents Harold the Iceberg Is Not a Super Food (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87780-2), ages 3–6. Treehouse Books by Andy Griffiths, illus. by Terry Denton, climbs along with The 169-Story Treehouse: Doppelganger Doom! (Apr. 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85021-8), ages 6–10. DnDoggos by Scout Underhill, featuring four pups excited to play role-playing game DnDoggos, debuts with Get the Party Started (Feb. 27, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-83435-5; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-83434-8), ages 9–12. Marius Grey is back for Darkness and Demon Song by M.R. Fournet (June 18, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87604-1), ages 9–12. Adventures on Trains by M.G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman, illus. by Elisa Paganelli, rolls into the station with Sabotage on the Solar Express (Feb. 20, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81937-6), ages 10–14. And In the City of Time by Gwendolyn Clare gains For the Stolen Fates (Feb. 20, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-23076-8), ages 14 and up.

Macmillan/First Second

Continental Drifter by Kathy MacLeod (Apr. 2, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81373-2; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-81374-9). In this graphic novel memoir debut, Kathy just wants to find a place where she truly belongs, but she’s not sure if it’s in America, Thailand, or anywhere. Ages 8–12.

Eowulf: Of Monsters & Middle School by Mike Cavallaro (Feb. 13, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84644-0; $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-84643-3). When a supervillain returns to wreak havoc on their quiet town, Eowulf and Amadeus must join forces to unearth a dark past that wants to stay buried. Ages 8–12.

SCRAM: Society of Creatures Real and Magical by Rory Lucey (July 16, , $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85194-9; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-85195-6). In the hopes of learning more about the local cryptids, three friends start the Society of Creatures Real and Magical—S.C.R.A.M. Ages 8–12.

Asgardians: Odin by George O’Connor (Mar. 26, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-76076-0; $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-76077-7) begins a saga about the Norse gods. Ages 9–14.

Plain Jane and the Mermaid by Vera Brosgol (May 7, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-31486-4; paper, ISBN 978-1-250-31485-7). In this feminist fairy tale twist, Jane must rescue her potential fiancé, princely Peter, from the underwater world after he’s kidnapped by a mermaid. Ages 10–14.

Bunt! Striking Out on Financial Aid by Ngozi Ukazu, illus. by Mad Rupert (Feb. 13, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-19352-0; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-19351-3). When her art school scholarship is endangered, Molly finds a financial aid loophole that leads to recruiting her classmates to form a ragtag softball team. Ages 14 and up.

Call Me Iggy by Jorge Aguirre, illus. by Rafael Rosado (Feb. 13, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-20415-8; $18.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-20413-4). Colombian American teen Iggy gets help from his grandfather’s ghost to win over his crush. Ages 14 and up.

Karate Prom by Kyle Starks (May 7, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86865-7; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-86866-4). In this mash-up of ’80s teen and kung-fu films, Don falls in love with a girl who kicks him in the face at a karate tournament. Ages 14 and up.

Youth Group by Jordan Morris, illus. by Bowen McCurdy (July 16, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-78922-8; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-78923-5). When Kay reluctantly agreed to join the youth group at her local church, she never expected to stumble on the leaders (secret demon hunters) in the middle of a real exorcism. Ages 14 and up.


Blue, Barry & Pancakes star in Mayhem on Wheels by Dan Abdo and Jason Patterson (Apr. 2, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82935-1), ages 4–8. Detective Sweet Pea by Sara Varon, about the adventures of a sleuthing dog, begins with The Case of the Golden Bone (June 11, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-23637-1; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-34840-1), ages 6–10. Joining the InvestiGators universe by John Patrick Green and Christopher Hastings, illus. by Pat Lewis, is Agents of S.U.I.T.: From Badger to Worse (Feb. 20, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85239-7), ages 7–10. And What Happens Next? by Jess Smart Smiley picks up Newsroom Nonsense (Apr. 9, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-77285-5; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-89099-3), ages 7–10.

Travis Daventhorpe for the Win! by Wes Molebash greets Travis Daventhorpe Powers Up! (Mar. 19, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-80142-5; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-80143-2), ages 8–12. Unicorn Boy by Dave Roman, about a boy who sprouts a unicorn horn and uses his newfound magical power to help others, debuts with Unicorn Boy (Mar. 12, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-250-83027-2; $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-83026-5), ages 8–12. Science Comics expands with Elephants: Living Large by Jason Viola, illus. by Falynn Koch (Mar. 12, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-26590-6; $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-26591-3), ages 9–13. And Books of Clash welcomes Legendary Legends of Legendarious Achievery by Gene Luen Yang, illus. by Kendall Goode and Alison Acton (May 28, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81629-0; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-81630-6), ages 10 and up.


The Black Girl Survives in This One, edited by Desiree S. Evans and Saraciea J. Fennell (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87165-7). This YA anthology includes 15 horror stories centering Black girls who battle monsters, both human and supernatural, and who survive in the end. Ages 12 and up.

The Bad Ones by Melissa Albert (Feb. 20, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89489-2) is a supernatural horror novel about four mysterious disappearances in a town haunted by a sinister magical history. Ages 14 and up.


Once Upon a Friend by Dan Gemeinhart, illus. by ShinYeon Moon (June 18, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89226-3), pays tribute to the fictional friends we find in stories who provide us with comfort and joy. Ages 3–6.

Cute Toot by Breanna J. McDaniel, illus. by Olivia de Castro (Apr. 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88129-8). A sisterly game of hide-and-seek turns into a wild farting contest. Ages 4–8.

From My Head to My Toes by Aly Raisman, illus. by Bea Jackson (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-79810-7), gently introduces young readers to the topics of consent and bodily autonomy in a positive way. Ages 4–8.

How Lucky Am I? by Scott Hoying and Mark Hoying, illus. by Steph Lew (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85333-2). A mayfly, with only a single day to live, encourages readers to make the most of their one precious life. Ages 4–8.

It’s Holi! by Sanyukta Mathur, illus. by Courtney Pippin-Mathur (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-90303-7), follows Nikhil and his family as they celebrate Holi, the Hindu Festival of Colors, and the beginning of spring. Ages 4–8.

A Rainbow in Brown by Pavonis Giron (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-87436-8). As she paints in art class, Jo imagines the wonders around her and within. Ages 4–8.

Sinclair, the Velociraptor Who Thought He Was a Chicken by Douglas Rees, illus. by Galia Bernstein (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-78199-4). When Edna, the very first chicken, hatches her first eggs, one of her chicks has long, sharp teeth and claws. Ages 4–8.

There’s No Such Thing as Vegetables by Kyle Lukoff, illus. by Andrea Tsurumi (Feb. 27, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86784-1), exposes vegetables for what they truly are—leaves, roots, flowers, and stalks. Ages 4–8.

Rachel Friedman Breaks the Rules by Sarah Kapit, illus. by Genevieve Kote (June 18, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88093-2; $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-88092-5), launches a chapter book series starring a Jewish girl renowned for her peanut butter challah baking skills and big personality. Ages 5–9.

Puzzleheart by Jenn Reese (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-78346-2). Twelve-year-old Perigee navigates family, secrets, and the puzzles inside the mysterious b&b their grandparents never opened. Ages 9–12.

Mountain of Fire: The Eruption and Survivors of Mount St. Helens by Rebecca E.F. Barone (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88165-6) is a narrative nonfiction story of the volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. Ages 10–14.

Maelstrom: A Prince of Evil by Lorian Merriman (May 28, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82283-3; $17.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-82284-0). The demon son of an evil tyrant improbably teams up with the Hero of Virtue to take his mother down. Ages 12 and up.

Crashing into You by Rocky Callen (June 25, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86189-4). Seventeen-year-old Leti’s love of street racing is put to the test when tragedy strikes her family and threatens to separate her from the boy she’s falling for. Ages 14 and up.

The Great Cool Ranch Dorito in the Sky by Josh Galarza (July 23, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-90771-4). Brett funnels his anxieties into his fantasy comic book series as he grapples with body image and self-esteem issues and major life changes. Ages 14 and up.

I Wish You Would by Eva Des Lauriers (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-91055-4). Private confessions are scattered on the beach during a senior class overnight and explosive secrets threaten to tear everyone apart. Ages 14 and up.

The One That Got Away with Murder by Trish Lundy (Apr. 16, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-29216-2). In this debut YA thriller, a teen is forced to confront her past in order to catch a murderer before she becomes the next victim. Ages 14 and up.

Portrait of a Shadow by Meriam Metoui (July 16, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86327-0). Mae is convinced that her sister’s disappearance is related to the strange old painting in her sister’s studio in this paranormal mystery. Ages 14 and up.

Prom Babies by Kekla Magoon (May 7, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-80625-3) relates the stories of three teen girls who become pregnant on prom night in 2005, and their babies, who go to prom in 2024. Ages 14 and up.


All About, presenting age-appropriate scientific information about how bodies work, begins with All About Penises (Apr. 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85258-8) and All About Vulvas and Vaginas (Apr. 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85257-1) by Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller, illus. by Tyler Feder, ages 3–7. Bodega Cats by Hilda Eunice Burgos, illus. by Siara Faison, following the friendship between a bodega owner’s kid and his newly adopted cat, launches with Picture Purrfect (July 23, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-250-90374-7), ages 7–10. Kicking off Survival of the Fittest by Rebecca Donnelly, illus. by Misa Saburi, about animals in a science competition, is Survival of the Fittest (Apr. 23, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-250-80531-7), ages 7–11. Deadlands by Skye Melki-Wegner concludes with Survival (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82773-9), ages 8–12. Mihi Ever After by Tae Keller, illus. by Geraldine Rodríguez, continues with Off the Rails (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81425-8), ages 8–12. New to Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart is Coyote Lost and Found (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-29277-3), ages 9–12. Garden of the Cursed by Katy Rose Pool wraps up with Masquerade of the Heart (June 18, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84668-6), ages 14 and up. And Legacy of Orisha by Tomi Adeyemi comes to a close with Children of Anguish and Anarchy (June 25, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-250-17101-6), ages 14 and up.


Freedom on the Sea: The True Story of the Civil War Hero Robert Smalls and His Daring Escape to Freedom by Michael Boulware Moore, illus. by Bryan Collier (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81835-5), chronicles Smalls’s efforts to liberate himself and others from enslavement via a Confederate ship in 1862. Ages 4–8.

Mavis the Bravest by Lu Fraser, illus. by Sarah Warburton (Apr. 16, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-250-34482-3), features a bonnet-wearing, would-rather-be-knitting chicken on a high-stakes chase to save her friend. Ages 4–8.

Memory Garden by Zohreh Ghahremani, illus. by Susie Ghahremani (Feb. 27, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84303-6). A girl listens to Nana’s stories of Iranian gardens and culture as she works with her in the garden. Ages 4–8.

Space: The Final Pooping Frontier by Annabeth Bondor-Stone and Connor White, illus. by Lars Kenseth (July 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-22288-6), presents the humorous scientific history of astronauts pooping in space. Ages 4–8.

Animal Climate Heroes by Alison Pearce Stevens, illus. by Jason Ford (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84734-8). Four superhero animals fight to defend our planet against climate change. Ages 8–12.

First Women of Medicine by Roseanne Montillo, illus. by Jordan Andrew Carter (Feb. 13, $21.99,
ISBN 978-1-250-84269-5), profiles 14 women who saved lives and changed the world. Ages 8–12.

Sixth Extinction (Young Readers Adaptation): An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert (Feb. 6, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-79342-3) explains why and how human beings have altered life on the planet in a way that no species has before. Ages 8–12.

Haunted States of America by various authors, illus. by Solomon Hughes (July 9, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81941-3), contains 52 creepy urban legends—one from each state as well as D.C. and Puerto Rico—by 52 different children’s authors. Ages 9–12.

In Repair by A.L. Graziadei (May 14, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-77713-3). During Nathaniel’s first year of college, his efforts to make a name for himself are disrupted when his ex-best friend shows up unexpectedly. Ages 14 and up.

Into the Shallows by Tanya Byrne (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86559-5). Two girls set out to unravel a mystery tied to the sea, and fall in love along the way. Ages 14 and up.


My First Holiday by Karen Katz celebrates with My First Earth Day (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-8050-7895-4), ages 3–7. Dung for Dinner sets a place for Waist-Deep in Dung: A Stomach-Churning Look at the Grossest Jobs Throughout History by Christine Virnig, illus. by Korwin Briggs (Mar. 12, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-76235-1), ages 8–12.


Let’s Meet Taylor: Story of a Superstar by Alexandra Koken and Claire Baker, illus. by Mariana Avila (Mar. 26, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-7534-8063-2), follows singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s journey from growing up on a Christmas tree farm to superstardom. Ages 3–6.

Rainforest Story by Jane Burnard, illus. by Kendra Binney (May 21, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-7534-8005-2), explores the vibrant life of the rainforest. Ages 5–7.


This Is Our World by Tracey Turner, illus. by Åsa Gilland, continues with Welcome Home (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7534-7970-4), ages 7–9. And Spectacular Science turns out The Spectacular Science of Inventions (May 28, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-7534-7963-6) and The Spectacular Science of the Living World (Mar. 26, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-7534-7964-3), ages 9–11.

Macmillan/Neon Squid

A Stinky History of Toilets: Flush with Fun Facts and Disgusting Discoveries by Olivia Meikle and Katie Nelson, illus. by Ella Kasperowicz (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68449-373-9), provides a humorous, fact-filled history of toilets and human waste disposal. Ages 5–8.

Big Book of Useless Knowledge: 250 of the Coolest, Weirdest, and Most Unbelievable Facts You Won’t Be Taught in School, edited by Sam Priddy (May 14, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-68449-388-3), is a compendium of obscure facts. Ages 8–10.

Queens of the Jungle: Meet the Female Animals Who Rule the Animal Kingdom! by Carly Anne York, illus. by Kimberlie Clinthorne-Wong (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68449-374-6), spotlights females in the natural world. Ages 8–10.


Day in the Life rolls out Snakes: What Do Cobras, Pythons, and Anacondas Get Up to All Day? by Christian Cave, illus. by Rebecca Mills (Apr. 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-68449-360-9), ages 5–8. The Inside Story gains The Museum: A Day Behind the Scenes at a Natural History Museum by Dustin Growick, illus. by Laura Martín (July 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-68449-376-0), ages 5–8. And We Need to Talk About welcomes We Need to Talk About Death: An Important Book About Grief, Celebrations, and Love by Sarah Chavez, illus. by Annika Le Large (Mar. 5, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-68449-375-3), ages 10–14.

Macmillan/Odd Dot

Counting on Mom, illus. by Valentina Jaskina (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-90388-4; $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-250-89580-6), encourages readers to count and celebrate all the mothers around them. Ages 2–5.

Feelings Are Wild by Sophy Williams, illus. by Gavin Scott (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-34323-9). Readers can count from one to 10 while exploring all the big emotions kids feel. Ages 3–5.

You Are Fearless: A Book for the Littlest Taylor Swift Fans, illus. by Laura Catrinella (Feb. 13, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-250-34889-0), introduces the Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter. Ages 3–6.


World of Eric Carle by Eric Carle widens with Brown Bear and Friends 123 (May 7, $12.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-250-89400-7) and Brown Bear and Friends Colors (May 7, $12.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-250-89143-3), ages up to 3. And Little Seasons by Mirka Hokkanen welcomes Spring Seeds (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88560-9), ages 2–6.



Search & Find adds Little Lost Dinosaur: A Prehistoric Search-and-Find Book (Feb. 6, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-68449-369-2), ages 2–5.

Macmillan/Roaring Brook

Butterfly on the Wind by Adam Pottle, illus. by Ziyue Chen (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82197-3). Using her hands to sign the ASL word for butterfly, a Deaf girl sends a magical butterfly of her own into the world. Ages 3–6.

Cesaria Feels the Beat by Denise R. Adusei, illus. by Priscila Soares (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82496-7). Cesaria, who is Deaf, takes off her shoes while dancing at her carnival performance so she can feel the music through her bare feet. Ages 3–6.

Emma Full of Wonders by Elisha Cooper (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88476-3). Emma the dog’s dreams come true when she gives birth to a litter of puppies. Ages 3–6.

Rescue Cat by Stephen Savage (July 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-62672-154-8). Newly adopted street cat Butterscotch adjusts to her cozy home. Ages 3–6.

Seeds of Change by Nina Laden, illus. by Sawyer Cloud (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81007-6). A girl spearheads a community garden project in her drought-damaged Madagascar neighborhood. Ages 3–6.

The Yellow Bus by Loren Long (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-90313-6). A forgotten school bus finds happiness and purpose in unexpected places. Ages 3–6.

Abuelo, the Sea, and Me by Ismée Williams, illus. by Tatiana Gardel (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84877-2). When a granddaughter visits her abuelo, he takes her to the ocean and opens up about his youth in Havana, Cuba. Ages 4–8.

Bye Land, Bye Sea by René Spencer and Rodolfo Montalvo (Apr. 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-24672-1). Two children from different backgrounds show that friendship has no language in this bilingual story. Ages 4–8.

Mommy’s New Friend by Shelley Tougas, illus. by Sara Palacios (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-62440-6). Lily comes to accept That Guy who laughs at her jokes, takes her mother on dates, and maybe isn’t that bad. Ages 4–8.

Simple Thanks by Deborah Wiles, illus. by Bao Luu (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-78060-7), celebrates gratitude, nature, and the interconnectedness of all living things. Ages 4–8.

A Terrible Place for a Nest by Sara Levine, illus. by Erika Meza (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86122-1). Watching a family of mourning doves outside his window helps Juno settle into his new home. Ages 4–8.

Dive! The Story of Breathing Underwater by Chris Gall (Apr. 9, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82395-3) presents a comprehensive world history of diving. Ages 5–8.

Sandcastles Are Forever by Ellie Peterson (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84568-9) explores the difficult feelings of sadness and loss when a friend moves away. Ages 6–8.

Witch Hunt: The Cold War, Joe McCarthy, and the Red Scare by Andrea Balis and Elizabeth Levy, illus. by Tim Foley (Apr. 16, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-24681-3), takes a closer look into a pivotal moment in U.S. history: Senator McCarthy’s infamous “witch hunt” for communists during the 1950s Red Scare. Ages 10–14.

The Last Bloodcarver by Vanessa Le (Mar. 19, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88152-6). As a bloodcarver, Nhika can alter human biology with just a touch in this duology launch set in a Vietnam-inspired fantasy world. Ages 12 and up.

Marked Man: Frank Serpico’s Inside Battle Against Police Corruption by John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro (Mar. 19, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-62195-5). Readers join Frank Serpico’s one-man crusade to clean up the New York Police Department in the 1960s. Ages 12 and up.

Hurdles in the Dark by Elvira K. Gonzalez (May 28, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-84785-0). This YA memoir tells how Mexican American track star Gonzalez found freedom from poverty and violence by becoming one of the top athletes in the U.S. Ages 14 and up.

Thirsty: A Novel by Jas Hammonds (May 14, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-81659-7) follows a rising college freshman who struggles to find her footing after diving headfirst into a summer of wild parties, heavy drinking, and sorority pledging. Ages 14 and up.


Wagnificent by Bethanie Deeney Murguia, about a lovable dog and her favorite human, debuts with The Adventures of Thunder and Sage (July 23, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-83530-7; $13.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-90873-5), ages 6–10. Survival Scout by Maxwell Eaton gains Tsunami (Mar. 19, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-79044-6; $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-79045-3), ages 8–12. Kingdom of Three by Joan He closes with Sound the Gong (Apr. 30, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85536-7), ages 14–17. And Stars and Smoke by Marie Lu adds Icon and Inferno (June 11, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-85291-5), ages 14 and up.

Macmillan/Tor Teen

Infinity Alchemist by Kacen Callender (Feb. 6, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-89025-2) follows three young alchemists drawn into a quest that leads them toward unexpected love and unimaginable power. Ages 13 and up.

Twelfth Knight by Alexene Farol Follmuth (June 18, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-88489-3). In this rom-com, the online RPG alter egos of competitive gamer Viola and lackadaisical football star Jack fall for each other. Ages 13 and up.

The White Guy Dies First: 13 Scary Stories of Fear and Power, edited by Terry J. Benton-Walker (July 16, $20.99, ISBN 978-1-250-86126-9), gathers 13 scary stories by 13 authors of color. Ages 13 and up.


Blood Debts by Benton-Walker continues with Blood Justice (Apr. 23, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-250-82595-7), ages 13 and up. And Witchlands by Susan Dennard concludes with Witchlight (July 23, $21.99, ISBN 978-1-250-19417-6), ages 13 and up.


Draw Down the Moon by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast (Apr. 2, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-86516-8). When Wren develops powers on her 18th birthday, she must suddenly leave her home for a magical school on a hidden island. Ages 12 and up.

Ellie Haycock Is Totally Normal by Gretchen Schreiber (Mar. 5, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-89216-4). During Ellie’s latest hospital stay she becomes close with new friends, including a first-timer who’s still optimistic about the doctors that Ellie stopped trusting years ago. Ages 12 and up.

Quince Project by Jessica Parra (May 28, $14 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-88851-8). Cas is in over her head when she books a big client to beef up her application for a dream party-planning internship. Ages 12 and up.

Annie LeBlanc Is Not Dead Yet by Molly Morris (June 4, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-29006-9). Every 10 years, one person is chosen during a top-secret contest to return from the dead; this year, Wilson enters her ex-best friend Annie. Ages 13 and up.

Attached at the Hip by Christine Riccio (May 21, $21, ISBN 978-1-250-76009-8). Orie gets cast in a romantic reality show where she’ll be stranded on an island with a bunch of strangers—and her former high school crush. Ages 13 and up.

Calculation of You and Me by Serena Kaylor (June 18, $14 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-90870-4). When a math nerd enlists her surly classmate’s help to win back her ex-boyfriend, sparks start to fly. Ages 13 and up.

Canto Contigo by Jonny Garza Villa (Apr. 9, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-87575-4). A mariachi star transfers schools during his senior year and recognizes the new group’s lead vocalist, who has a very familiar, very kissable face. Ages 13 and up.

Castle of the Cursed by Romina Garber (July 30, $21, ISBN 978-1-250-86389-8). When Estela moves overseas to live with her estranged aunt at their ancestral Spanish castle, her investigation of her parents’ murder takes a supernatural turn. Ages 13 and up.

Dangerous Ones by Lauren Blackwood (May 14, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-89107-5). During the American Civil War, a powerful demigod-like girl teams up with an arrogant vampire to fight for freedom, equality, and revenge. Ages 13 and up.

Dashed by Amanda Quain (July 16, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-90753-0). In
this contemporary update of Sense and Sensibility, Margaret is enjoying a summer cruise with her oldest sister Elinor, until their newly single and heartbroken sibling Marianne crashes their vacation. Ages 13 and up.

Even If It Breaks Your Heart by Erin Hahn (Feb. 6, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-76127-9). A former bull rider grieving the death of his best friend falls for a worker on his family’s ranch. Ages 13 and up.

Ghost of Us by James L. Sutter (June 11, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-86976-0). A teen ghost hunter is determined to find proof of the supernatural when she stumbles upon the spirit of a popular upperclassman who died the previous year. Ages 13 and up.

Heartless Hunter by Kristen Ciccarelli (Feb. 20, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-86690-5). This start to the Crimson Moth duology features a romance between a post-revolution witch and a witch hunter. Ages 13 and up.

Heir, Apparently by Kara McDowell (July 9, $14 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-87309-5). An American teen learns she may have accidentally married the King of England, only to end up stranded on a tropical island with him. Ages 13 and up.

Hope Ablaze by Sarah Mughal Rana (Feb. 27, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-89931-6). After a Muslim teen is illegally frisked at a political rally, she writes a scathing poem that goes viral weeks before Election Day. Ages 13 and up.

In the Orbit of You by Ashley Schumacher (Mar. 19, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-88604-0). A school-wide personality test reunites two childhood friends and makes them question the changing nature of their friendship. Ages 13 and up.

The Other Lola by Ripley Jones (Mar. 12, $14 paper, ISBN 978-1-250-34046-7). A freshman at school begs Cam and Blair for help in investigating her younger sister’s return after disappearing five years ago, in this sequel to Missing Clarissa. Ages 13 and up.

The Perfect Guy Doesn’t Exist by Sophie Gonzales (Mar. 26, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-81918-5). A fanfic writer brings her favorite TV character to life, causing some real-world problems. Ages 13 and up.

This Day Changes Everything by Edward Underhill (Feb. 13, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-83522-2). Two queer teens end up on the wrong subway train and spend a life-changing day together in New York City. Ages 13 and up.


Ouroboros by H.E. Edgmon comes to a close with Merciless Saviors (Apr. 16, $20, ISBN 978-1-250-85363-9), ages 14 and up.

Macmillan UK/Two Hoots

Mooncat and Me by Lydia Corry (July 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-5290-4868-1). Pearl’s imaginary friend, a giant white cat, helps calm her anxiety about moving to a busy city and starting at a new school. Ages 3–6.

Song of Gladness: A Story of Hope for Us and Our Planet by Michael Morpurgo, illus. by Emily Gravett (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-5290-6331-8). This journey through the animal kingdom reminds readers of the beauty and importance of the natural world. Ages 3–6.

Spaghetti Hunters by Morag Hood (June 18, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-5098-8984-6). Duck has lost his spaghetti, and Tiny Horse has a plan to save the day. Ages 3–6.

We Want Our Books: Rosa’s Fight to Save the Library by Jake Alexander (Apr. 9, $18.99,
ISBN 978-1-5290-4902-2). When their local library is closed, Rosa and her sister Maria bring their community together and fight to get it reopened. Ages 4–7.

Mad Cave Studios/Maverick

Breaking News (Scoop #1) by Richard Ashley Hamilton, illus. by Joseph Cooper (Apr. 30, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-960578-61-7). Sophie, a Cuban American high school freshman and intern at Miami’s worst TV news station, secretly investigates South Florida’s rampant paranormal activity to clear her family’s name. Ages 14 and up.

Dark Destiny (Fate: The Winx Saga #1) by Olivia Cuartero-Briggs, illus. by Christianne Gillenardo-Goudreau (July 30, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-960578-93-8). This continuation of the Netflix series follows a group of fairies enrolled at the magical school of Alfea in the wake of losing their close friend, Bloom. Ages 14 and up.

I’m a Mess by Einat Tsarfati (July 9, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5458-0086-7). This nonfiction book offers an exploration of messiness and chaos in people’s lives. Ages 14 and up.

King Arthur and the Knights of Justice by Joe Corallo, illus. by Gaia Cardinalli (Apr. 23, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-960578-60-0), reimagines the knights of the round table as a modern football team transported back in time. Ages 14 and up

Of Her Own Design by Birdie Willis and Nicole Andelfinger, illus. by Jess Taylor and Fiona Marchbank (June 18, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-952303-57-9). Sixteen-year-old writer Brie magically enters the world of her stories, where she still can’t escape from the drama of her life. Ages 14 and up.

Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders by Jordie Bellaire, illus. by Koi Carreon and Sarah Davidson (May 28, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-960578-92-1), is a new take on the ’90s animated hit, celebrating the power of female friendship. Ages 14 and up.

Silver Vessels by Steve Orlando, illus. by Katia Vecchio (March 12, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-952303-58-6). A group of friends go on a mission in the Florida Keys to uncover a lost treasure. Ages 14 and up.


Our Unbreakable Thread: A Book About All of Our Lives, from Parent to Child, Generation to Generation by Jon Collins-Black, illus. by Nicole Gsell (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-958325-08-7), is an ode to parents and children, and the love that binds them. Ages 4–8.

Linden: The Story of a Tree by Colleen Muske (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-958325-10-0). A tree watches over the community of people who love and care for it. Ages 4–9.

One Alley Summer: A Novel of Friendship and Growing Up by Anne Ylvisaker (May 6, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-958325-12-4). This novel in verse focuses on one girl’s summer before middle school. Ages 9–12.


The Adventures of Penguin and Panda chapter book graphic novel series by Brenda Maier, illus. by Fanni Mézes, takes off with Fun and Games! (Apr. 30, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-958325-07-0) and Surprise! (Apr. 30, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-958325-05-6), ages 6–9.

Milk & Cookies

Streetcar to Life by Tea Ranno (May 7, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63819-310-4) tells the story of one of the last surviving witnesses of the Nazi roundup of Rome in October 1943. Ages 9–14.


The Worst Wizard by Nicolas Jeter conjures up Ghost Magic (June 4, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63819-311-1), ages 7–10. New Decide & Survive titles include Blackbeard’s Wrath: Can You Escape the Infamous Pirate? by Ken Hite (June 4, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63819-313-5), The Battle of Gettysburg: Can You Turn the Tide of the Civil War? by Jarret Keene (June 4, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63819-312-8), and The Destruction of Pompeii: Can You Change Pompeii’s Fate? by Sylvia Whitman (Feb. 6, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63819-180-3), ages 8–10.


Joan of Art by Lesa Engelthaler, illus. by Brooke O’Neill (May 7, $21.95, ISBN 978-1-64065-676-5). Young artist Joan embraces the bravery of her namesake, Joan of Arc, to overcome her fear of sharing her drawings. Ages 5–8.


Follow the Fairy by Hannah Cather, illus. by Nancy Leschnikoff (July 16, $9.95 board book, ISBN 978-1-83935-296-6). Readers can follow a naughty fairy through die-cut pages into different realms. Ages 2–3.

My Pony Book by Caroline Rowlands (June 18, $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-83935-295-9) provides an overview of horses and ponies from breeds to care and the basics of riding. Ages 4–8.

The Book of Cheerleading (July 16, $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-83935-293-5). This guide includes simple explanations of cheerleading basics, competition tips, and profiles on some of the country’s best cheer squads. Ages 7–12.

Dinosaur World by Archie Blackwell (May 14, $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-83935-294-2) blends sketchbook-like studies with CGI scenes and the mystery of a Victorian bone-hunter discovering dinosaurs for the first time. Ages 7–12.

The Essential Taylor Swift Fanbook (Mar. 5, $12.95, ISBN 978-1-83935-288-1) is a biography detailing this pop star’s life, music, and career in fan-magazine style. Ages 8–12.

Be More Wednesday by Hannah Cather (Feb. 6, $9.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-83935-276-8) delivers profiles, advice, recipes, and other information in a self-affirming journal focused on current Goth trends. Ages 9–14.

National Geographic Kids

Mysterious, Marvelous Octopus! by Paige Towler (Mar. 19, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-4263-7667-2) celebrates all things weird and wonderful about these ocean creatures. Ages 5–8.

1,000 Facts About Sharks by Sarah Wassner Flynn (June 4, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-4263-7174-5) contains up-to-date shark info and hundreds of photos. Ages 8–12.

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2025 (May 7, $25.99, ISBN 978-1-4263-7609-2; $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-4263-7602-3) features an all-new section on top scientific breakthroughs, including a sneak peek at what’s being called one of the greatest discoveries of the 21st century. Ages 8–12.


Explorer Academy grows with spinoff series-starter Explorer Academy Vela: The Sailor Cipher by Trudi Trueit (Apr. 23, $10.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-4263-7566-8), ages 8–12. How to Survive gains How to Survive in the Age of Pirates by Crispin Boyer (June 18, $9.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-4263-7558-3), ages 8–12. And Weird but True! issues Know-It-All: U.S. Government by Michael Burgan (Feb. 6, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-4263-7527-9), ages 8–12.

Neem Tree

War of the Wind by Victoria Williamson (Apr. 23, $12.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-915584-61-8). On a remote island, a group of children with disabilities find themselves at the heart of an eco-mystery. Ages 9–14.

New Press

Lies My Teacher Told Me: A Graphic Adaptation by James W. Loewen, illus. by Nate Powell (Apr. 16, $27.99, ISBN 978-1-62097-703-3), adapts Loewen’s bestselling corrective to American history myths. Ages 13 and up.


Liberty by Julian Voloj, illus. by Jorg Hartmann (Jul. 2, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-913123-05-5), chronicles the improbable story of how America’s most iconic symbol—the Statue of Liberty—came to be. Ages 13 and up.

Nobrow/Flying eye

Cactus Kid and the Battle for Star Rock Mountain by Emmanuel Guerrero (Mar. 5, $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-913123-21-5). This series launch follows a tough little cactus with a point to prove. Ages 8–12.

Rune: The Tale of a Thousand Faces by Carlos Sánchez (Jun. 4, $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-83874-121-1). On a scavenging mission to find ingredients for her culinary experiments, Chiri plunges both her and her best friend into the secret magical kingdom of Puddin’. Ages 8–12.


Juniper Mae returns in Secrets of the Guardian Knights by Sarah Soh and Tim Fraser (Apr. 2, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-83874-169-3), ages 6–11.

North Star/Flux

Strong Like You by T.L. Simpson (Mar. 12, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63583-094-1). An impoverished 15-year-old linebacker grapples with ideas about strength and masculinity after the drug-dealing father he idolized goes missing. Ages 12 and up.

The Lamplighter by Crystal J. Bell (May 21, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63583-098-9). In a 19th-century whaling village, a young woman seeks to expose the dark truth behind the town’s disappearances, at the risk of the lives of everyone she loves. Ages 14 and up.

The Merciless King of Moore High by Lily Sparks (Apr. 23, $16.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63583-096-5). After adults morph into monsters, everyone under 18 barricades themselves inside their schools to survive. Ages 14 and up.


Avocado Magic by Taltal Levi (Mar. 5, $19.95, ISBN 978-0-7358-4498-8). Tending to an avocado seed shows impatient Ellie the magic and excitement in growing a little bit at a time. Ages 4–8.

Big Sister, Long Coat by Nelly Buchet, illus. by Rachel Katstaller (Mar. 5, $19.95, ISBN 978-0-7358-4551-0). A girl realizes that neither rain nor a series of setbacks can put a damper on the day spent with her big sister. Ages 4–8.

A Penguin Like Me by Marcus Pfister, trans. by David Henry Wilson (Mar. 5, $19.95, ISBN 978-0-7358-4558-9), peeks inside a diverse penguin community, where each penguin’s differences are celebrated and appreciated. Ages 4–8.

Rumi—Poet of Joy and Love by Rashin Kheiriyeh (Mar. 5, $19.95, ISBN 978-0-7358-4544-2) is a picture book biography of this 13th-century Persian poet and mystic. Ages 4–8.

There Are No Dragons in This Book by Donna Lambo-Weidner, illus. by Carla Haslbauer (Mar. 5, $19.95, ISBN 978-0-7358-4549-7). Children search for a dragon in their community. Ages 4–8.

Norton Young Readers

Owls in Our Yard! The Story of Alfie by Carl Safina (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-324-05319-4) follows the real-life rescue of a baby screech owl, and the magic she brought to her human family. Ages 4–8.

A Place for Rain by Michelle Schaub, illus. by Blanca Gómez (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-324-05235-7). Students in a classroom build their own rain garden to alleviate the destruction from excess stormwater runoff. Ages 4–8.

The Race to Be Myself: Young Readers Edition by Caster Semenya (May 28, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-324-03097-3). Olympic gold medalist Semenya’s debut memoir focuses on her love for and acceptance of her identity and her trailblazing fight to compete in professional sports. Ages 10–14.

Rising from the Ashes: Los Angeles, 1992. Edward Jae Song Lee, Latasha Harlins, Rodney King, and a City on Fire by Paula Yoo (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-324-03090-4) provides an account of Los Angeles’s 1992 uprising and its impact on the city’s Korean and Black communities. Ages 12 and up.

The Smoke That Thunders by Erhu Kome (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-324-05265-4). When 16-year-old Naborhi begins having strange dreams of a kidnapped boy, she is led by the gods on a journey to rescue him. Ages 12 and up.

Road Home by Rex Ogle (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-324-01992-3). In the conclusion to Ogle’s trilogy of memoirs, he recounts being kicked out of his father’s house for being gay, navigating an abusive relationship with an older man, and being unhoused on the streets of New Orleans. Ages 14 and up.


Link + Hud dive into Sharks & Minnows by Jerome and Jarrett Pumphrey (July 30, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-324-01611-3), ages 8–12.

Nosy Crow

Baby’s First Cloth Book: Cuddly Ladybug by Ingela P. Arrhenius (Apr. 2, $17.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-041-3) features seven cheerful characters and the first colors that babies can perceive. Ages up to 3.

Great Big Egg Hunt by Ekaterina Trukhan (Feb. 6, $8.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-043-7). In this lift-the-flap tale, Rabbit finds eggs to put in her basket—and a surprise. Ages up to 3.

My Big Playbook by Ingela P. Arrhenius (Feb. 6, $12.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-040-6). This large-format book with flaps introduces early-learning concepts and interactive play. Ages up to 3.

Elephant Detectives by Ged Adamson (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-046-8). Edie and the Elephant Detectives search for Alan’s missing elephant. Ages 2–5.

Every Bunny Is a Yoga Bunny by Emily Ann Davison, illus. by Deborah Allwright (Feb. 6, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-056-7). When a bunny gets lost in the forest, she remembers the yoga shapes Grandpa taught her to help her feel calm and find her way home. Ages 2–5.

Goat and the Stoat and the Boat by Em Lynas, illus. by Matt Hunt (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-052-9). In this tongue-twisting story, Stoat is very happy to be alone in their boat when along comes Goat, in a colorful coat, determined to float with Stoat and share the boat. Ages 2–5.

Quickest Bedtime Story Ever! by Louise Fitzgerald, illus. by Kate Hindley (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-051-2). Before getting into bed to read this 10-word tale, one must do many things to prepare for it. Ages 2–5.

The Girl Who Planted Trees by Caryl Hart, illus. by Anastasia Suvorova (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-047-5). When a girl learns there was once a lush forest on a gray mountain, she is determined to plant as many new trees as she can, and inspires the villagers to join her. Ages 4–8.

Hen in the Bed by Katrina Charman, illus. by Guilherme Karsten (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-045-1). Echoing the cadence of the familiar song, 10 hens roll, flop, and tumble out of bed one by one. Ages 4–8.

She’ll Be the Sky: Poems by Women and Girls by Ella Risbridger, illus. by Anna Shepeta (Feb. 6, $24.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-055-0), collects poems by well-known and newer poets, including Maya Angelou, Amanda Gorman, Amineh Abou Kerech, and Christina Rossetti. and Ages 4–12.

Extreme Survival: How People, Plants, and Animals Live in the World’s Toughest Places by Ben Lerwill, illus. by Daniel Long (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-048-2), explains how people, plants, and animals in harsh settings have learned to survive and how we can help protect these environments. Ages 8–12.

How to Help a Hare and Protect a Polar Bear: 50 Simple Things You Can Do for Our Planet! by Jess French, illus. by Angela Keoghan (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-057-4). Featuring creatures from nine habitats, this book presents animal facts and suggests everyday ways that kids can help save the environment. Ages 8–12.

Mummies Unwrapped by Victoria England (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-050-5). This guide to the mummification process features illustrations of sarcophagi, burial masks, and Egyptian friezes. Ages 8–12.


Baby Faces, featuring flaps and mirrors, issues Little Lamb, Where Are You? (Feb. 6, $9.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-038-3) and Little Tiger, Where Are You? (Feb. 6, $9.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-071-0) by Ekaterina Trukhan, ages up to 3. Make Tracks by Johnny Dyrander moves along with Farm (Feb. 6, $10.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-036-9) and Trucks (Feb. 6, $10.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-88777-037-6), ages up to 3. This Is Not A... welcomes This Is Not a Dinosaur! by Barry Timms, illus. by Ged Adamson (Apr. 2, $15.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-049-9), ages 2–5. And Frank and Bert are back in The One Where Bert Learns to Ride a Bike by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 979-8-88777-044-4), ages 4–8.


When the Sun Goes Down/Cuando el sol se marcha by Alicia Acosta, illus. by Mar Ferrero (May 7, $11.99 board book, ISBN 978-84-19607-80-5; ISBN 978-84-19607-77-5). Little animals are in a hurry to get home before the sun goes down. Ages up to 4.

The Very Hungry Mummy/Una momia muy hambrienta by José Carlos Andrés, illus. by Gómez (May 21, $17.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-41-6; ISBN 978-84-19607-40-9). When the mummy Angades wakes up hungry inside of her pyramid, she goes looking for food. Ages 3–7.


Titles launching the Another Charlie Book series by Margarita del Mazo, illus. by Guridi, published in English and Spanish, are Charlie’s Eyeglasses (Apr. 9, $14.99, ISBN 978-84-19253-91-0) and Charlie’s Great Big Backpack (June 4, $14.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-50-8), ages 5–8. Olivia Wolf returns in Olivia Wolf and a Million Olivias by José Fragoso (May 14, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-84-19607-68-3), published in English and Spanish, ages 7–10. Egalitè expands with El hada Rosa by Susana Torrubiano, illus. by Giulia Orecchia (June 18, $17.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-87-4), published in English and Spanish, ages 3–7. And new Somos8 titles are Círculo by Mac Barnett, illus. by Jon Klassen (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-62-1); Llamando a Mamá by Anya Damirón, illus. by César Barceló (Apr. 23, $16.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-83-6); and Una familia empieza con un deseo by Matthew Cordell (June 11, $16.99, ISBN 978-84-19607-58-4), ages 3–7.


The Happy Shop by Brittany Long Olsen (Feb. 13, $14.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-63715-279-9). After finding a store that sells jars of “happy feelings,” Darcy learns that the shop may close—and vows to save it. Ages 8–12.


The Keeper of Stars by Jennifer Harris, illus. by Dorothy Leung (Apr. 16, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-568-6). In this story about the power of love and imagination, a boy helps the Keeper of Stars with evening duties. Ages 3–7.

One Giant Leap by Thao Lam (Feb. 27, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-599-0). A child transformed into an astronaut searches for their lost spaceship and discovers vivid space creatures in this wordless ode to creative play. Ages 3–7.

Rumie Goes Rafting by Meghan Marentette (Apr. 16, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-635-5). Photos of plush animals against a forest backdrop illustrate an ambitious critter’s adventure on a homemade raft. Ages 3–7.

The Blue Bowl by Flo Leung (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-463-4). A boy enjoys his Chinese and North American heritages through meals that combine foods from both cultures. Ages 4–7.

Our Woolly Bear by Katie Arthur (Apr. 16, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-600-3). Two sisters befriend a caterpillar in this celebration of natural curiosity and the beauty found in small, fleeting things. Ages 4–7.

Princess Pru and the Switcheroo by Maureen Fergus, illus. by Danesh Mohiuddin (Apr. 16, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-534-1). In this sequel to Princess Pru and the Ogre on the Hill, a quick-witted princess and her ogre buddy trade places. Ages 4–7.

Wake Up, Little Pin! The Story of a Sleepy Sapling by Loretta Garbutt, illus. by Marianne Ferrer (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-560-0). It’s early spring, and Mother Pin Oak enlists the help of her forest family to wake her sleepy sapling. Ages 4–7.

The Little Regent by Yewande Daniel-Ayoade, illus. by Ken Daley (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-562-4). In this feminist fable about leading with your heart, a girl is chosen to rule her West African village. Ages 4–8.

Noisy Puddle: A Vernal Pool Through the Seasons by Linda Booth Sweeney, illus. by Miki Sato (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-531-0). Cut-paper collages illustrate this story of a vernal pool that changes with each season and is home to a variety of creatures. Ages 4–8.

Hugo’s Haunted Handbook by Dave Whamond (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-587-7). This graphic novel about a boy and his ghost offers a lighthearted look at friendship and the meaning of true companionship. Ages 6–9.

Making Sense of Dog Senses: How Our Furry Friends Experience the World by Stephanie Gibeault, illus. by Raz Latif (Apr. 16, $19.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-524-2). This exploration of a dog’s five senses aims to help readers better appreciate the canine point of view. Ages 8–12.


Do Animals? concludes with Do Hippos Brush Their Teeth? How Animals Care for Their Bodies by Etta Kaner, illus. by Jenna Piechota (Mar. 12, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-493-1), ages 4–8. Otis & Peanut return in Otis & Peanut Forever and Ever by Naseem Hrab, illus. by Kelly Collier (Apr. 16, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-497-9), ages 6–8. And Weird Sisters Detective Agency adds Weird Sisters: A Coop, Some Goop, and a Sandwich by Mark David Smith and Kari Rust (Apr. 16, $16.95, ISBN 978-1-77147-604-1), ages 6–9.

Page Street

Building a Beak: How a Toucan’s Rescue Inspired the World by Becca McMurdie, illus. by Diana Hernández (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-868-7), focuses on Grecia, an injured toucan who was given a groundbreaking new beak and became a symbol for the international wildlife protection movement. Ages 4–8.

Kadooboo! A Silly South Indian Folktale by Shruthi Rao, illus. by Darshika Varma (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-789-5). A boy mixes up the name of the dish he’s carrying home to his mother in this tale blending wordplay with themes of friendship, family, and food. Ages 4–8.

Ollie, the Acorn, and the Mighty Idea by Andrew Hacket, illus. by Kaz Windness (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-788-8). A boy gets his wish to become a tree and confront his bully when he swallows an acorn. Ages 4–8.

Piano Wants to Play by Colleen Kong-Savage (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-793-2). Told from a piano’s point of view, this story portrays the lifelong bond between Piano and Amy, a young musician. Ages 4–8.

Scorch, Hedgehog of Doom by Cate Berry, illus. by Margherita Grasso (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-867-0), is a tale about self-image, in which Scorch wants to be a ferocious class pet—except she’s too adorable. Ages 4–8.

Walkies: A Dog’s Tale by Estrela Lourenço (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-871-7). In this wordless story, Kid grumpily takes Dog for a walk in the rain, but Dog’s positive attitude changes Kid’s gloomy mood. Ages 4–8.

Page Street YA

Call Forth a Fox by Markelle Grabo (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-89003-970-5). A girl saves a fox from a bear, both of whom are humans cursed by wicked faeries, in this spin on “Snow White and Rose Red.” Ages 14 and up.

Don’t Be a Drag by Skye Quinlan (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-89003-950-7). A teen spending the summer in New York City becomes a drag king to teach a rival drag performer a lesson in this sapphic rom-com. Ages 14 and up.

Final Curse of Ophelia Cray by Christine Calella (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-872-4). The asexual daughter of a pirate queen and her half-sister brave the seas in this swashbuckling adventure. Ages 14 and up.

Furious by Jamie Pacton and Rebecca Podos (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-89003-016-0). In this sapphic romance, two girls bond over the Fast & Furious films and Mario Kart racing games. Ages 14 and up.

Malicia by Steven Dos Santos (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-787-1). Ray enlists his friends to help make a documentary of the horror theme park that was the site of a mass killing that destroyed his family. Ages 14 and up.

Meet Me in the Fourth Dimension by Rita Feinstein (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-838-0). In this novel in verse, a teen struggles to hold onto her New Age convictions while believing that a rogue planet is on a collision course with Earth. Ages 14 and up.

My Throat an Open Grave by Tori Bovalino (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-930-1). When Leah’s baby brother is snatched by the Lord of the Wood, she faces danger to write a song to win him back. Ages 14 and up.

Out of Blue Comes Green by M.E. Corey (Apr. 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-932-5). A trans boy from a conservative town pursues what many other teenage boys want—a girlfriend and a successful rock band. Ages 14 and up.

To a Darker Shore by Leanne Schwartz (Apr. 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-840-3). When an autistic teen goes to hell to kill the devil and save her best friend, she finds him alive but monstrously transformed. Ages 14 and up.

The Unboxing of a Black Girl by Angela Shanté (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-89003-953-8). Set in 1990s New York City, this collection of vignettes and poetry offers a nonfiction reflection on Black girlhood. Ages 14 and up.

The Word by Mary G. Thompson (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 979-8-89003-014-6). Kidnapped into a cult by her father, Lisa is reunited with her mother and must decide whether to return to her father or make her own life choices. Ages 14 and up.


Shamanborn wraps up with Calling of Light by Lori M. Lee (Apr. 16, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-64567-620-1), ages 14 and up.


The Only Lonely Fairy by Lana Button, illus. by Peggy Collins (Feb. 27, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-302-5). Melodramatic Leah endures schoolyard rejection before finally finding a friend. Ages 3–6.

The Sun Never Hurries by Roxane Turcotte, illus. by Lucie Crovatto (May 28, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-307-0). Charlie loves spending time with her grandfather, who teaches her to appreciate each moment of her day. Ages 3–7.

Surprise by Mies Van Hout (Apr. 2, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-312-4) celebrates the anticipation, joy, challenges, and rewards of parenthood. Ages 3–7.

Secret Gardeners: Growing a Community and Healing the Earth by Maija Hurme and Lina Laurent, trans. by Sofia Karlsson and Jen Pulju Porter, illus. by Hurme (Mar. 26, $19.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-247-9). With the help of neighborhood volunteers, three children bring new life and hope to a forgotten garden. Ages 6–9.

Out of the Valley of Horses by Wendy Orr (Mar. 26, $18.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-311-7). Honey must find a way out of her homeland, an inescapable valley filled with mystical horses, to save those she loves. Ages 8–12.


Big, Little Concepts welcomes Bunny Loves Beans by Jane Whittingham (Mar. 19, $17.95, ISBN 978-1-77278-301-8), ages 2–5.

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Babies Laugh adds Babies Laugh All Day Long by Caspar Addyman, illus. by Ania Simeone (Apr. 16, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2950-1), ages up to 2; and Addyman’s Babies Laugh at Tickles (July 2, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3377-5), ages up to 3. Charlie Chick is back in Charlie Chick Goes to School by Nick Denchfield, illus. by Ant Parker (May 7, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3366-9), ages up to 5. And Busy Books issues four titles, including I Love My Mommy, illus. by Louise Forshaw (Mar. 19, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2433-9); and On the Farm, illus. by Axel Scheffler (May 7, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3367-6), ages 1–5.

Hello Dinosaur greets Iguanodon (Apr. 9, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2429-2) and Spinosaurus (Apr. 9, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-2430-8), illus. by David Partington, ages 2–5. Little Families issues Bedtime for Little Bears (June 18, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3386-7) and Breakfast for Little Bunnies (June 18, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3385-0), featuring sliding pictures, ages 2–5. Little Big Feelings presents Sometimes I Am Angry (June 18, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3376-8) and Sometimes I Am Worried (June 18, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3375-1), illus. by Marie Paruit Share, ages 3–5. And joining My First Heroes are Artists: Discover Amazing People (Mar. 26, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3568-7) and Eco Warriors: Discover Amazing People (Mar. 26, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-0350-3564-9), illus. by Nila Aye, ages 3–5.


Jackson’s Wilder Adventures: Habits and Habitats by Sarah Davidson (July 16,$7.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5458-1300-3) begins a graphic novel series about best friends who explore nature to learn about wild animals. Ages 6–10.


Double Booking gains The Tail of the Mummy Cat by Chas! Pangburn and Kim Shearer, illus. by Nic Touris (Apr. 16, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5458-1147-4), ages 7–12. And Loud House presents The Loud House Spooky Special by the Loud House/Casagrandes Creative Team (July 16, $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5458-0175-8), ages 7–12.


Song of the Seasons by Glenys Nellist, illus. by C.B. Canga (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-64060-817-7). Based on Psalm 98, this rhyming book celebrates the seasons and encourages children to praise God all year long. Ages 3–8.

Growing God by Karen Kiefer, illus. by Kathy de Wit (Mar. 26, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-64060-908-2). Emma, the character featured in Kiefer’s Drawing God, looks for God in a whole new way. Ages 8–12.


365 Stories and Rhymes Treasury Blue: Fun and Adventure to Read Together (Mar. 19, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-64638-916-2) compiles fairy tales, stories, and rhymes to read every day of the year. Ages 3–7.


Thomas & Friends reappear in Thomas & Friends Good Night, Thomas by W. Awdry (May 28, $15.99 board book, ISBN 978-1-64638-922-3), a bedtime sound book, ages 1–4.

Paw Prints

The Eco Family Book by Frann Preston-Gannon (Apr. 2, $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-223-18806-5) follows the daily activities of six families to demonstrate how we can live in a more environmentally conscious way. Ages 4–6.

Look Up: Fontaine the Pigeon Starts a Revolution by Britt Gondolfi, illus. by Amanda Romanick (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18808-9). Dismayed by the world’s addiction to technology, a pigeon rallies birds to lead a revolution that forces people to abandon their phones and connect with nature and each other. Ages 5–7.

Ghost of the Blanes Museum by Lau Moraiti (July 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18811-9). Through music, a lonely security guard befriends a ghost that’s haunting the museum in Uruguay where he works. Ages 6–8.

The Switch by Jesse Byrd, illus. by Yonson Carbonell (Mar. 5, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18633-7). A father decides to do something drastic to help humble his bigheaded basketball star son. Ages 6–8.

My Code Word: For When I’m Scared or Afraid by Lynn Joseph, illus. by Annalize McLean (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18736-5). A boy’s mother helps allay his fears and anxiety about what’s going on in the world. Ages 6–9.

The Museum Lives in Me: Miss Edmonia’s Class of Wildfires by Victoria Scott-Miller, illus. by Francisco Santoya (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18684-9), launches a series exploring concepts of self-discovery, identity, and the power of art, as inspired by the world’s museums. Ages 7–9.


Checkers and Snoozer share summer camp adventures in Snoozer’s Got Skill by Jason M. Burns (Apr. 23, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-223-18804-1), ages 4–6. Readers help Jeet & Jamal make good decisions in Do the Right Thing by Amandeep S. Kochar (Mar. 5, $15.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18820-1), ages 6–8. And Picture-a-Poem releases Hope Is the Thing with Feathers by Emily Dickinson, illus. by Tim Hopgood (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-223-18816-4), ages 6–8.


Albert’s ABCs: A Sibling Story by Henry Cole (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-653-4). As Albert grows increasingly upset with his brother, their interactions escalate alphabetically until Grandma intervenes. Ages 2–5.

Behold the Hummingbird by Suzanne Slade, illus. by Thomas Gonzalez (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-652-7), introduces this species that can hover like a helicopter and fly backwards and upside-down. Ages 4–8.

Erno Rubik and His Magic Cube by Kerry Aradhya, illus. by Kara Kramer (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-664-0), profiles the creator of the Rubik’s Cube and examines the engineering process behind its design. Ages 4–8.

The Girl Who Loves Bugs by Lily Murray, illus. by Jenny Løvlie (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-655-8). When Evie brings her bugs indoors and causes a mishap, Great-Gran reassures her that her love of bugs makes her special. Ages 4–8.

Leo and the Pink Marker by Mariyka Foster (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-690-9). A boy who is part of an LGTBQ+ family gets carried away coloring with a marker in this ode to Harold and the Purple Crayon. Ages 4–8.

Somebody Needs to Do Something About That Monster by Doug Cenko (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-610-7). When a well-meaning monster hears villagers complain about “that monster,” he assumes they are talking about somebody else and sets out to help. Ages 4–8.

This Book Is Full of Holes: From Underground to Outer Space and Everywhere in Between by Nora Nickum, illus. by Robert Meganck (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-600-8), shows how holes—including those investigated by scientists, used by artists, and designed by engineers—can be important to our lives. Ages 6–9.

Anatomy of Lost Things by Shawn K. Stout (June 18, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-587-2) shares the stories of three kids, each of whom lost an item that means a lot to them, and the histories of their prized objects. Ages 8–12.

I’m from Here Too by Kashmira Sheth (July 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-606-0). During a year of change and new challenges, an Indian American Sikh boy relies on the tenets of his faith to navigate life. Ages 8–12.

Juneberry Blue by Candice Ransom (June 18, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-669-5). Andie’s sudden ability to communicate with ghosts may be the very thing that her town—and her own family—needs. Ages 8–12.

Bard and the Book: How the First Folio Saved the Plays of William Shakespeare from Oblivion by Ann Bausum, illus. by Marta Sevilla (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-495-0), relays the true story of the people who decided to preserve the Bard’s plays after he died by creating the book known as the First Folio. Ages 10 and up.


About Habitats picks up Coral Reefs by Cathryn Sill, illus. by John Sill (July 23, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-605-3), ages 3–7. Stanley Picture Books welcomes Stanley the Baker by William Bee (May 7, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-726-5), ages 3–7. Pet-a-Palooza by Jan Carr, illus. by Kris Mukai (Mar. 5, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-536-0), joins Buddy and Bea, ages 5–8. Adventures of Trim continues its sea journey in Trim Saves the Day (Mar. 5, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-293-2) and Trim Sails the Storm (July 23, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-292-5) by Deborah Hopkinson, illus. by Kristy Caldwell, ages 7–10. Fred Bowen Sports Stories takes to the field in Extra Innings by Fred Bowen (Feb. 6, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-411-0), ages 7–11. And the Songs of Magic trilogy wraps up with Thundering of Monsters by S.A. Patrick (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-584-1), ages 8–12.

Peachtree Teen

The Absinthe Underground by Jamie Pacton (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-492-9). When secret crushes Esme and Sybil are caught selling a rare stolen poster, they’re hired to pull off a lucrative heist. Ages 14 and up.

Dance of the Starlit Sea by Kiana Krystle (July 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-465-3). In this reimagining of Hades and Persephone, Damien knows Lila is the Devil’s perfect match. Ages 14 and up.

Death’s Country by R.M. Romero (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-691-6). Three teens become a polyamorous triad, whom no one at school understands, in this novel about the redemptive nature of healing. Ages 14 and up.

Lady of Steel and Straw by Erica Ivy Rodgers (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-665-7). In this fantasy, a plucky heroine with a dark gift must defend her family’s legacy and faith from a handsome enemy. Ages 14 and up.

The Misdirection of Fault Lines by Anna Gracia (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-580-3). An elite tennis tournament gives three Asian American players a shot at their dreams—whatever they may be. Ages 14 and up.

Shooting for Stars by Christine Webb (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-68263-601-5). A teen determined to finish her late mother’s research on neutron stars is entangled in a new romance and a secret internship. Ages 14 and up.


Totally Turtles! by Ginjer L. Clarke (July 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52201-1). Photos illustrate this book examining how turtles have managed to adapt, survive, and thrive for millions of years. Ages 8–9.

Manga Biographies: Charles M. Schulz: The Creator of Snoopy and Peanuts (May 28, $13.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-77294-344-3) chronicles the life and work of this cartoonist. Ages 13 and up.


Penguin Young Readers, Level 3 adds Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: They All Come Out in the Wash by Roald Dahl, illus. by Quentin Blake (Apr. 30, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-88677-9), ages 6–8.

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No One Likes a Burp by Zoë Foster Blake, illus. by Adam Nickel (May 21, $10.99, ISBN 978-0-593-75311-8). In this companion to No One Likes a Fart, Burp and Fart become Superstinkers to help others in trouble and learn the power of kindness. Ages 3–7.

I Am Extraordinary by Stephen Curry, illus. by Geneva Bowers (Mar. 12, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-38606-4). NBA star Curry spotlights a girl with hearing loss who dreams of playing on her school’s soccer team. Ages 4–7.

America’s Dreaming by Bob McKinnon, illus. by Thai My Phuong (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65879-6). When they are laughed at by their classmates, new kid America is comforted by the Welcome Wagon—a set of books about historic people who also had trouble feeling accepted. Ages 4–8.

Home in a Lunchbox by Cherry Mo (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-66134-5). A girl who immigrates from Hong Kong to America finds a sense of home and belonging in an unexpected place. Ages 4–8.

My Name Is Long as a River by Suma Subramaniam, illus. by Tara Anand (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52293-6). Traveling along the river she was named after, an Indian girl discovers the power of her name in this story offering messages of cultural pride, self-confidence, and empowerment. Ages 4–8.

Ned and the Great Garden Hamster Race by Kim Hillyard (July 2, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65904-5). What happens when a hamster determined to win a race finds the route filled with critters in need of help? Ages 4–8.

Unicorn, a Dinosaur, and a Shark Were Riding a Bicycle by Jonathan Fenske (Mar. 19, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-51949-3). In this follow-up to A Unicorn, a Dinosaur, and a Shark Walk into a Book, these characters just want to relax—but the narrator insists they’re riding a bicycle. Ages 4–8.

Fox, a Pig, and a Dig by Jonathan Fenske (May 21, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66121-5). The stars of A Pig, a Fox, and a Box return in another three-part story, in which Fox pranks Pig at the beach. Ages 5–7.

Mooncakes Mean Family by Benson Shum (July 16, $10.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65884-0). Sisters delight in eating mooncakes while celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival with their family. Ages 5–7.

I Am Book by Joren Cull (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65924-3). When Book’s library closes, it moves to a new one where kids don’t like tattered books, so Book tries to reinvent itself before ultimately learning self-acceptance. Ages 5–8.

Sea of Constellations by Melissa Cristina Márquez, illus. by Rocío Arreola Mendoza (May 28, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52360-5). After the ocean goes dark, Maren the whale shark and her best friend, Remy the remora, set out to find answers and to provide light for those they encounter. Ages 5–8.

Queer and Fearless: Poems Celebrating the Lives of LGBTQ+ Heroes by Rob Sanders, illus. by Harry Woodgate (Apr. 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52369-8), combines poetry and biographical information to honor individuals at the forefront of LGBTQ
history. Ages 6–9.

Puggleton Park (Apr. 30, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66124-6) and Penelope and the Curse of the Canis Diamond (Apr. 30, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66127-7) by Deanna Kizis, illus. by Hannah Peck, launch a series starring Penelope, a pug who who finds her forever home with Lady Diggleton in Regency-era London. Ages 7–10.

The Dark! by Lindsey Leigh (July 8, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-593-66259-5) reveals the different ways creatures that live in the dark have adapted to thrive in their environments. Ages 8–12.

Lei and the Invisible Island by Malia Maunakea (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52205-9). This sequel to Lei and the Fire Goddess features dangerous spirits and a newcomer who thinks she doesn’t need Lei’s help. Ages 8–12.

Sing It Like Celia by Mónica Mancillas (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65930-4). A Mexican American girl finds her voice and herself with the help of new friends, her father, and her role model, Celia Cruz. Ages 9–12.

The 66th Rebirth of Frankie Caridi by Johnny Marciano, illus. by Ashley Mackenzie (July 9, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-66094-2). In this series debut, Frankie is sent to a prison-like boarding school, where she learns more about herself and her past than she ever expected. Ages 10–14.

If You Can’t Take the Heat by Michael Ruhlman (June 18, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52344-5). Working at an upscale restaurant, an injured athlete finds new purpose, love, and the true costs of the business. Ages 12 and up.

Putting Balloons on a Wall Is Not a Book: Inspirational Advice (and Non-advice) for Life from @Blcksmth by Michael James Schneider (Apr. 30, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-593-66225-0) features the work of this viral balloon-word artist and Instagram sensation, including never-before-seen art. Ages 12 and up.


Bubblecat is back in Bubblecat Grows a Garden (Feb. 6, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-22380-2) and Bubblecat, Get That Balloon! (Feb. 6, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-22381-9) by Sean Charmatz, ages 4–8. Finder’s Creatures gains Alarm at the Farm! by P. Knuckle Jones (July 2, $13.99, ISBN 978-0-593-51988-2), ages 7–10. The Twisted Tower of Endless Torment (July 23, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-51955-4) joins Rob Renzetti’s Horrible Bag horror series, ages 8–12. And What Do We Know About? presents What Do We Know About the Mystery of D.B. Cooper? by Kirsten Anderson, illus. by Tim Foley (May 7, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66256-4); and What Do We Know About the Nazca Lines? by Ben Hubbard, illus. by Dede Putra (May 7, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66253-3), ages 8–12.

What Was? picks up What Was the Great Molasses Flood of 1919? by Anderson, illus. by Putra (Apr. 9, $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-52077-2); and What Were the Shark Attacks of 1916? by Nico Medina, illus. by Foley (Apr. 9, $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-52158-8), ages 8–12. Where Is? explores Where Is Jerusalem? by Ellen Morgan, illus. by Stephen Marchesi (Feb. 6, $7.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-52350-6), ages 8–12. And Who HQ Graphic Novels kicks off with What Made California the Golden State? Life During the Gold Rush by Shing Yin Khor, illus. by Kass Gray (Apr. 2, $13.99, ISBN 978-0-593-38585-2), ages 8–12; and Who Was Her Own Work of Art? Frida Kahlo by Terry Blas, illus. by Ashanti Fortson (Feb. 6, $13.99, ISBN 978-0-593-38466-4), ages 9–12.

Who HQ Now issues What Is a Solar Eclipse? by Dana Meachen Rau, illus. by Gregory Copeland (Feb. 6, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-66091-1); and Who Is Katie Ledecky? by James Buckley, illus. by Laurie A. Conley (June 4, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75284-5), ages 8–12. And Who Was? welcomes Who Was Langston Hughes? by Billy Merrell, illus. by Gregory Copeland (Feb. 6, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-65854-3), ages 8–12, among others.

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Who HQ Now: ¿Quién es Bad Bunny? by G.M. Taboas Zayas, trans. by Yanitzia Canetti (June 25, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75479-5), ages 8–12.


I Am La Chiva! The Colorful Bus of the Andes by Karol Hernánde, illus. by Lorena Alvarez Gómez (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52920-1), offers a rhyming ode to the iconic, painted South American bus. Ages 2–5.

Maleta Full of Treasures by Natalia Sylvester, illus. by Juana Medina (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46242-3). This story of Abuela’s visit pays tribute to grandparents and the people and places that make us who we are. Ages 3–5.

Ready to Soar by Cori Doerrfeld (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69672-9). In this tale of being true to oneself, birds tell Riley that his paper airplane won’t fly, but a supportive pal helps the child prove them wrong. Ages 3–5.

Book That Almost Rhymed by Omar Abed, illus. by Hatem Aly (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40638-0). This playful take on storytelling and equity reveals that two tellers can make a rhyming tale twice as nice. Ages 3–7.

Just What to Do by Kyle Lukoff, illus. by Hala Tahboub (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46294-2), is a book about grief and the many ways to offer comfort in sad times. Ages 3–7.

Barrio Rising: The Protest That Built Chicano Park by María Dolores Águila, illus. by Magdalena Mora (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46207-2), presents an historical fiction account of the community activism behind San Diego’s Chicano Park, home to the largest outdoor mural collection in the U.S. Ages 4–8.

Bijan Always Wins by Adib Khorram, illus. by Michelle Tran (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32530-8). A braggart who always comes in first stars in this tale about what you risk losing when all you care about is winning. Ages 4–8.

House Before Falling into the Sea by Ann Suk Wang, illus. by Hanna Cha (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53015-3). A child and her family take in refugees during the Korean War in this picture book about courage and what it really means to care for your neighbors. Ages 4–8.

Puff: All About Air by Emily Kate Moon (Mar. 19, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61796-0). Puff, a breath of fresh air, narrates this trip through the atmosphere by the author of Drop: An Adventure Through the Water Cycle. Ages 4–8.

Lucky Scramble by Peter Raymundo (Apr. 23, $20.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53190-7). In this graphic novel, six puzzle cubers face off at the Speed Cubing national championships. Ages 8–12.

The Night Librarian by Chris Lincoln (July 30, $23.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61765-6) opens a series in which two siblings, a mysterious night librarian, and a cast of book characters try to save the New York Public Library from destruction. Ages 8–12.

The Night War by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7352-2856-6). In WWII France, a Jewish girl who has lost everything but her life decides whether to risk even that to bring others to freedom. Ages 9–12.

Breakup Lists by Adib Khorram (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61639-0). In this romantic comedy set in the world of high school theater, the stage manager and his sister both crush on the new leading man. Ages 14–17.

Just Another Epic Love Poem by Parisa Akhbari (Mar. 12, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53049-8). Friendship blossoms into something more in this queer romance about two girls who for years have been filling a book with stanzas of an open-ended poem. Ages 14 and up.


Meet Your World continues with You Are a Robin! (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52975-1) and You Are a Garter Snake! (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52978-2) by Laurie Ann Thompson, illus. by Jay Fleck, ages 2–5. And Can Do: Cantaloupe and Honeydo Ride a Bike by Mike Boldt (June 11, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69774-0) is a new Can Do Book, ages 3–7.


Operation Kinderspion: Max in the House of Spies by Adam Gidwitz (Feb. 27, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-11208-3). In this suspenseful duology starter, a Jewish Kindertransport refugee during WWII vows to find a way back home. Ages 8–12.

The Swifts: A Gallery of Rogues by Beth Lincoln, illus. by Claire Powell (Feb. 6, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53326-0), Celebrating words, family, and shenanigans, this sequel to The Swifts: A Dictionary of Scoundrels introduces the French branch of the Swift family tree—and new mysteries. Ages 8–12.

Breathe: Journeys to Healthy Binding by Maia Kobabe and Sarah Peitzmeier (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-85583-6). This graphic guide to gender affirming care includes testimonials and advice about chest binding. Ages 12 and up.

Chronically Dolores by Maya Van Wagenen (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-525-42682-0). A teen navigates changing friendships, family dramas, and her newly diagnosed interstitial cystitis. Ages 12 and up.

I Am the Cage by Allison Sweet Grant (June 25, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61691-8) follows a 19-year-old’s journey to confront the scars of her past and begin to heal her heart. Ages 12 and up.

There Is a Door in This Darkness by Kristin Cashore (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-8037-3999-4). A depressed teen whose high-school years were marred by the death of her beloved aunt, the Covid pandemic, and national trauma may have found a door in her darkness—but bizarre messages keep appearing in her life. Ages 12 and up.

Into the Winds by Carrie Ryan (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-525-42651-6) relays the true story of eight teens on a 1996 wilderness expedition in Wyoming, from which only one returned. Ages 14 and up.

Pieces of a Girl by Stephanie Kuehnert (Mar. 26, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-525-42975-3). This memoir of abuse and addiction tells how the power of expression and community helped Kuehnert to survive and thrive. Ages 14 and up.

Pretty Furious by E.K. Johnston (Apr. 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-9848-1613-9). Five high school friends are fed up with abuse and bullying in this story of a small town, fierce friendships, and revenge. Ages 14 and up.


I Am NOT the Easter Bunny! by T.L. McBeth (Feb. 6, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52845-7). Despite evidence to the contrary, a regular ol’ bunny insists he is not the holiday mascot. Ages 3–7.

Gorgeously Me! by Jonathan Van Ness, illus. by Kamala Nair (Apr. 30, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62284-1), celebrates all that makes each child extraordinary, unique, and cherished. Ages 4–8.

Hope Is a Rainbow by Hoda Kotb, illus. by Chloe Dominique (Mar. 5, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62412-8). This book about finding hope in ordinary places encourages children to reach for their dreams, big or small. Ages 4–8.

Porcupine and Cactus by Katie Frawley, illus. by Alex Willmore (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62099-1). An optimistic and chatty porcupine attempts to befriend a cactus in the desert. Ages 4–8.

Proper Badger Would Never! by Lauren Glattly, illus. by Rob Sayegh Jr. (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52816-7). A party-going badger vows to be on his best behavior, but can he suppress his badger-like tendencies? Ages 4–8.

When You Love a Book by Kaz Windness, illus. by Heather Brockman Lee (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62322-0). This rhyming story about how books shape us features nods to classic children’s books. Ages 4–8.


Sleepy Sheepy has his first sleepover in Sleepy Sheepy and the Sheepover by Lucy Ruth Cummins, illus. by Pete Oswald (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46594-3), ages 3–7.

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The ABCs of Fall by Jill Howarth (July 30, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-75302-6) takes an alphabetical look at autumn. Ages 1–3.


Here I Come! continues with Bedtime, Here I Come! by D.J. Steinberg, illus. by John Joven (July 23, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-38729-0), ages 1–3; and Mother’s Day, Here I Come! by Steinberg, illus. by Emanuel Wiemans (Mar. 12, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-38727-6), ages 4–6. My Tiny Dino Library welcomes four titles by J.D. Forester, illus. by Sarah Rebar, including Brontosaurus (June 11, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-66036-2), ages 1–3; and T. Rex (Mar. 12, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-66032-4), ages 2–5. And The Little Engine That Could chugs along with I Think We Can! A Visit to the Pride Parade by G.M. King, illus. by Jill Howarth (Apr. 23, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65949-6), ages 2–5.

Mr. Men and Little Miss return in Be Kind: A Book About Kindness by Adam Hargreaves (July 30, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75293-7), ages 3–5. New Night Before titles by Natasha Wing are Night Before Passover, illus. by Nathalie Beauvois (Feb. 13, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-51983-7); and Night Before the New Baby, illus. by Amy Wummer (June 25, $5.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75102-2), ages 4–6. And 96 Facts About... adds 96 Facts About Bad Bunny (June 4, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75466-5) and 96 Facts About BTS (June 4, $6.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-75467-2) by Arie Kaplan, illus. by Risa Rodil, ages 8–12.


Mamá’s Panza by Isabel Quintero, illus. by Iliana Galvez (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61642-0), is a body-positive picture book about a boy’s love for his mother and her belly. Ages 3–7.

Being Home by Traci Sorell, illus. by Michaela Goade (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-9848-1603-0). A Native American family embraces the joys of moving back to their ancestral lands. Ages 4–8.

Caged by Kao Kalia Yang, illus. by Khou Vue (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-9848-1636-8). A Hmong girl born and raised in a refugee camp imagines what lies beyond its borders. Ages 4–8.

Ruby René Had So Much to Say by Ashley Iman, illus. by Gladys Jose (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61889-9). A curious girl gets in trouble for talking in class—though she just wants to share what she’s learned. Ages 4–8.

Zuni and the Memory Jar by Aisha Saeed, illus. by Neha Rawat (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61895-0). Zuni puts notes in her family’s memory jar, which helps them celebrate everyday joys and big occasions. Ages 4–8.

Summer at Squee by Andrea Wang (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-11131-4). For a Chinese American girl, Chinese cultural camp is a transformative experience that helps her better understand her community. Ages 8–12.

Fake Chinese Sounds by Jing Jing Tsong (Mar. 12, $23.99, ISBN 978-0-525-55342-7). In this graphic novel, a Chinese American girl navigates identity, bullying, and learning to be comfortable in her skin. Ages 9–12.

Black Girl You Are Atlas by Renée Watson, illus. by Ekua Holmes (Feb. 13, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46170-9), is a semi-autobiographical collection of poems in which Watson celebrates Black girlhood. Ages 12 and up.

Not Your Average Jo by Grace K. Shim (Mar. 12, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46276-8). Not everything goes as planned for a Korean American teen attending a Los Angeles arts-focused boarding school as she attempts to follow her dreams of becoming an indie rock musician. Ages 12 and up.

Rules for Rule Breaking by Talia Tucker (Mar. 19, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62475-3). On a shared college-visit road trip, a Korean American girl and boy who are longtime rivals realize they make a perfect pair. Ages 12 and up.

Bless the Blood: A Cancer Memoir by Walela Nehanda (Feb. 6, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52949-2). This poetry and essay collection centers on a Black cancer patient in their early 20s who faces medical racism after being diagnosed with leukemia. Ages 14 and up.


Los Monstruos continues with Rooster and the Dancing Diablo by Diana Lopez (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32652-7), ages 8–12.


Welcome to Unicorn School by Rose Cobden, illus. by Loretta Schauer (June 11, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-241-67443-7). A unicorn faces first-day worries in this book by the creators of Welcome to Dinosaur School. Ages 4–6.


Cutest Brave Little Bunny by Joy Steuerwald (Feb. 13, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46270-6). A bunny who tries to prove that there’s more to her than just being cute meets a new friend who sees her for her whole self. Ages 3–6.

Jam, Too? by JaNay Brown-Wood, illus. by Jacqueline Alcántara (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32376-2), showcases an impromptu jam session on the beach and the joy of making music together. Ages 3–6.

What’s New, Daniel? by Micha Archer (Feb. 13, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46130-3). Collages illustrate this story portraying a boy’s blossoming springtime world. Ages 3–6.

The Day Madear Voted by Wade Hudson, illus. by Don Tate (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61574-4). Set in 1969, this story follows a Black family’s journey to exercise their right to vote and imagine a better future. Ages 3–7.

Family Is Family by Melissa Marr, illus. by Marcos Almada Rivero (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46251-5). Little Chick is on his way to school in this tale celebrating the many ways families are unique. Ages 3–7.

Loaf the Cat Goes to the Powwow by Nicholas Deshaw, illus. by Tara Audibert (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46185-3). A Native American boy’s cat surprises him as he dances at his first powwow. Ages 3–7.

Monster Hands by Karen Kane and Jonaz McMillan, illus. by Dion MBD (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53229-4). At bedtime, two friends use rhyming ASL to help vanquish their fears of the monster under the bed. Ages 3–7.

Shake It Off! by Vanessa Brantley-Newton (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-525-51711-5). In this story of persistence and determination, a clever goat rises above everything that threatens to keep her down. Ages 3–7.

Storyteller by Lindsay Bonilla, illus. by Noar Lee Naggan (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-10958-8). This intergenerational tale celebrates how stories connect us, inspire us, and keep memories alive. Ages 3–7.

What the Garden Tells Me by Monica Mikai (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53118-1) underscores the benefits of connecting with nature and shows how gardens blossom with joy and wonder. Ages 3–7.

Garland of Henna by Varsha Bajaj, illus. by Archana Sreenivasan (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32511-7). Nikita, whose family takes pride in creating beautiful henna art, is ready to try her hand at it. Ages 4–8.

Penny Lu Porcupine by Katie Gilstrap, illus. by Maribel Lechuga (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32627-5). A cautious porcupine faces her fears, summoning the courage to stand up to threats both real and imagined. Ages 4–8.

Across So Many Seas by Ruth Behar (Feb. 6, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32340-3). This novel spanning 500 years focuses on four girls from different generations of a Jewish family, many forced to leave their country. Ages 10–14.

And Then, Boom! by Lisa Fipps (May 7, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40632-8) is a novel in verse about a poverty-stricken boy who bravely rides out all the storms life throws at him, until his life changes direction. Ages 10–14.

Averil Offline by Amy Noelle Parks (Feb. 13, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61864-6). Coder Averil is determined to cut the cord with her helicopter parents who use a surveillance app to check on her. Ages 10–14.

We Built This City by Cat Patrick (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46216-4). In this tale of first crushes and new friendships, a girl touring with a performing troupe learns more about who she is and wants to be. Ages 10–14.

With Just One Wing by Brenda Woods (May 14, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46153-2). An adopted boy who rescues a bird with one wing and grapples with surrendering it to a sanctuary is reminded of the difficult decision his birth mother made. Ages 10–14.

We Shall Be Monsters by Tara Sim (June 25, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40742-4). After her sister dies, Kajal vows to bring her back, but her sister’s soul warps into a violent spirit. Ages 12 and up.


Wrong Book by Drew Daywalt, illus. by Alex Willmore (Feb. 27, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62196-7). When the narrator is inarguably wrong, other characters in this book step up to set him straight. Ages 3–7.

Crayons Love Our Planet by Drew Daywalt, illus. by Oliver Jeffers (Feb. 13, $9.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62108-0). Not quitting when it comes to our planet, the Crayons are proud of their contributions, including white ice caps, green trees, and blue oceans. Ages 4–8.

Perla, the Mighty Dog! by Isabel Allende, illus. by Sandy Rodriguez (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62359-6). In her debut children’s book, Allende relays the story of a mighty dog who teaches her human brother how to use his superpowers to stand up to a school bully. Ages 4–8.

Who You Will Be by Taylor Rouanzion, illus. by Stacey Chomiak (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62313-8). This rhyming picture book about gender expression features parents dreaming about who their child will be. Ages 4–8.

Magnolia Wu Unfolds It All by Chanel Miller (Apr. 23, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62452-4). In this tale of friendship and community, a young detective returns the lonely single socks she finds in her parents’ laundromat. Ages 7–11.

In and Out the Window by Jane Yolen, illus. by Cathrin Peterslund (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62251-3). This poetry anthology contains more than 100 poems for all occasions. Ages 8–12.


Save the... issues Save the... Pandas by Anita Sanchez (Mar. 5, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62343-5) and Save the... Turtles by Sarah L. Thomson (May 28, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62340-4), each with an introduction by Chelsea Clinton, ages 6–9. She Persisted greets Naomi Osaka by Kekla Magoon, introduction by Chelsea Clinton, illus. by Alexandra Boiger and Gillian Flint (July 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62353-4), ages 6–9. And Pages & Co. concludes with The Last Bookwanderer by Anna James, illus. by Marco Guadalupi (Feb. 27, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32726-5), ages 9–12.


The Truth About the Couch by Adam Rubin, illus. by Liniers (Apr. 23, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61913-1). This send-up of conspiracy theories focuses on a beloved—and misunderstood—item of furniture. Ages 3–7.

Dinosaur in the Garden by Deb Pilutti (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62058-8). After waiting millions of years, a T. rex thinks a curious girl might find the clues he left behind, making his story part of hers. Ages 4–8.

Perfect Place by Matt de la Peña, illus. by Paola Escobar (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32563-6). This story about the perils of perfectionism highlights the beauty to be found in even the humblest of homes. Ages 4–8.

Wild Places: The Life of Naturalist David Attenborough by Hayley Rocco, illus. by John Rocco (Feb. 6, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61809-7), profiles this naturalist, broadcaster, and documentarian. Ages 4–8.

Parrotfish Has a Superpower by Jill Esbaum, illus. by Bob Shea (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53201-0). In this follow-up to Stinkbird Has a Superpower, it’s Parrotfish’s turn to reveal its superpower. Ages 5–8.

Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon: The Graphic Novel by Paula Danziger, illus. by Victoria Ying (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61569-0), introduces this feisty chapter book character in graphic-novel format. Ages 7–10.

Daughters of the Lamp (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61930-8) and Children of the Wind (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61933-9) by Nedda Lewers launch a fantasy series about a girl who becomes the guardian of Ali Baba’s legendary treasure. Ages 8–12.

Majestica by Sarah Tolcser (July 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69654-5). At a nature preserve for magical beasts, two girls find themselves on a wilderness expedition gone disastrously wrong. Ages 8–12.

Monkey King and the World of Myths: The Monster and the Maze by Maple Lam (Apr. 2, $23.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52463-3) opens a graphic novel series in which the legendary Monkey King tries to save the world from a mysterious threat—and makes his way through the world of ancient Greek mythology. Ages 8–12.

The Fifth Realm: Spin of Fate by A.A. Vora (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61756-4) kicks off a trilogy inspired by Indian philosophy, featuring magnificent beasts, unforgiving magic, and epic battles. Ages 12 and up.

The Ghostkeeper by Johanna Taylor (July 23, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52667-5). In this graphic novel, a boy who can see ghosts helps them move on to the afterlife—but now they’re stuck in the living world. Ages 12 and up.

Kill Her Twice by Stacey Lee (Apr. 23, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53204-1). In this mystery set in 1930s L.A. Chinatown, three sisters set out to solve the murder of a friend who’s a famous actress. Ages 12 and up.

On the Bright Side by Anna Sortino (July 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69786-3). A Deaf girl in a new school is paired with a lonely boy who is meant to help her adjust, in this novel of community and romance. Ages 12 and up.

Summer Nights and Meteorites by Hannah Reynolds (May 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61732-8). Tagging along on her father’s research trip to Nantucket, Jordan falls for his assistant, a boy she has long disliked from afar. Ages 12 and up.

The Terrifying Tales of Vivian Vance by Joshua Ulrich (July 16, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40365-5). In this graphic novel, a teen detective is on a case in a community beneath the highway when she encounters legendary local monsters and learns a dark secret about her town’s history. Ages 12 and up.

Two Sides to Every Murder by Danielle Valentine (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-35205-2). Two teens who visit the site of a massacre that sealed their fates at birth discover long-buried family secrets. Ages 12 and up.

The Encanto’s Daughter by Melissa de la Cruz (Mar. 5, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53308-6). A teen girl claims the throne of a realm inspired by Filipino mythology in this romantic fantasy, the first of a duology. Ages 13–17.

Playing for Keeps by Jennifer Dugan (Apr. 30, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69686-6). Two high-school girls, a star baseball pitcher and a student umpire, grow from enemies to begrudging friends to something more. Ages 13–17.

Hearts Still Beating by Brooke Archer (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69832-7). This post-apocalyptic novel centers on two girls who loved each other before the world ended—and before one of them turned into a monster. Ages 14 and up.

One Last Breath by Ginny Myers Sain (Mar. 5, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62545-3) is a supernatural thriller involving murder, romance, and a decades-long mystery that haunts a small Florida town. Ages 14 and up.

These Deadly Prophecies by Andrea Tang (Feb. 6, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52425-1). A sorcerer’s apprentice must solve her boss’s murder in order to prove her innocence. Ages 14 and up.

Under the Surface by Diana Urban (July 30, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62508-8). Girls on a senior class trip to Paris get lost in the catacombs and uncover dark secrets about the underground tunnels. Ages 14 and up.


Meet the Wild Things by Hayley Rocco, illus. by John Rocco, introduces Hello, I’m a Pangolin (June 25, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61815-8) and Hello, I’m a Sloth (June 25, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61812-7), ages 3–7. Oona Bramblegoop’s Sideways Magic picks up Boy in the Fairy World by Kate Korsh, illus. by Marta Altés (June 4, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53366-6), ages 7–10. Daughters of the Lamp continues with Children of the Wind by Nedda Lewers (June 11, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61933-9), ages 8–12. On his 20th anniversary, classroom pet Humphrey returns in Happiness According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney (May 14, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69761-0), ages 8–12. Sara Shepard’s Penny Draws adds Penny Draws a Class Trip (July 16, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61686-4) and Penny Draws a Secret Adventure (Mar. 5, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61683-3), ages 8–12. And The Forgotten Five picks up Dangerous Allies by Lisa McMann (Feb. 13, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61583-6), ages 9–12.


Lola and the Troll by Connie Schultz, illus. by Sandy Rodriguez (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52763-4). Lola decides to be brave and stand up to the neighborhood bully. Ages 4–8.

Blood & Fury by Tessa Gratton and Justina Ireland (May 14, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-35335-6) concludes the duology that began with Chaos & Flame, mixing ancient magic, warring factions, and romance. Ages 14 and up.


The Bone Spindle wraps up with Cursed Rose by Leslie Vedder (Feb. 6, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62556-9), ages 12 and up. And Threads That Bind continues with Hearts That Cut by Kika Hatzopoulou (June 4, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52874-7), ages 14 and up.

Penguin/ Rise X Penguin Workshop

All The Rocks We Love by Lisa Varchol Perron and Taylor Perron, illus. by David Scheirer (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-66215-1), offers an ode to various rocks. Ages 3–6.

Mamas and Babies by Christie Matheson (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-65928-1) collects nonfiction anecdotes about the love between 14 animal mothers and their babies. Ages 5–8.


New Playdate Books by Kat Chen, illus. by Lorraine Nam, are Play Outside with Me (June 11, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-65973-1) and Play with Me (Apr. 2, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-65971-7), ages 1–3. Body Power debuts with My Hands Can by Ammi-Joan Paquette, illus. by Sabrena Khadija (May 7, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-66044-7), ages 2–4. We Share This Earth by Dan Saks, illus. by Brooke Smart (Feb. 27, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-65829-1), joins Community Books, ages 2–4. And My Living World adds When Moon Blooms by Aida Salazar, illus. by Caribay M. Benavides (Feb. 20, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-65918-2), ages 2–4.

Penguin/Rocky Pond

Mama in the Moon by Doreen Cronin, illus. by Brian Cronin (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69820-4). In this bedtime book, a mama sloth helps her baby to self-soothe while she’s making her way back to him. Ages 2–5.

Afikoman, Where’d You Go? A Passover Hide-and-Seek Adventure by Rebecca Gardyn Levington, illus. by Noa Kelner (Feb. 13, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61778-6). When this mischievous piece of matzah runs and hides during the seder, the kids go hunting for it. Ages 4–8.

Broken Heart by Aaron Chan, illus. by Josiane Vlitos (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61592-8). A younger sister tries to put her brother’s heart back together after his boyfriend breaks up with him. Ages 4–8.

Exactly as Planned by Tao Nyeu (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46248-5). In this flip book about two friends, kids read Fox’s version of an eventful day, then flip the book over to read Moose’s version. Ages 4–8.

Gaga Mistake Day by Emma Straub and Susan Straub, illus. by Jessica Love (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52946-1). When a mischievous grandmother comes to visit, silliness and creativity are guaranteed. Ages 4–8.

The Imaginoodles by Christopher Eliopoulos (July 9, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69848-8). On a playdate with an outgoing new friend, a nervous hedgehog finds the courage to use his imagination. Ages 4–8.

Neat Nick’s Big Mess by Chad Otis (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53065-8). A rambunctious pet dog helps an introverted, anxious boy leave his comfort zone. Ages 4–8.

Roar-Choo! by Charlotte Cheng, illus. by Dan Santat (Apr. 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53175-4). In this friendship tale about valuing differences, patient Phoenix tries to take care of energetic Dragon, who has a cold. Ages 4–8.

Small Things Mended by Casey W. Robinson, illus. by Nancy Whitesides (Mar. 19, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52981-2). A kind neighbor with a broken heart fixes children’s damaged valuables in this story about the healing power of community. Ages 4–8.

Bridges Instead of Walls: The Story of Mavis Staples by Mavis Staples with Carole Boston Weatherford, illus. by Steffi Walthall (July 9, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62469-2). Legendary singer and civil rights activist Staples shares her life story. Ages 6–9.

Growing Up Under a Red Flag: A Memoir of Surviving the Chinese Cultural Revolution by Ying Chang Compestine, illus. by Xinmei Liu (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53398-7), is a picture book memoir of Compestine’s childhood under Communism. Ages 6–9.

Dancing in the Storm by Amie Darnell Specht and Shannon Hitchcock (Feb. 6, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61946-9). Inspired by Specht’s own life, this story focuses on a girl learning to live fully with a rare genetic disorder. Ages 8–12.

Galaxy of Whales by Heather Fawcett (May 28, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53055-9). A whale-watching expedition is at the center of this novel about the trials and joys of friendship and healing after grief. Ages 8–12.

Telephone of the Tree by Alison McGhee (May 7, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-69845-7). When Ayla’s best friend goes away after an accident, an old-fashioned telephone appears on the limbs of Ayla’s favorite tree. Ages 8–12.

Puzzled: A Memoir of Growing Up with OCD by Pan Cooke (Apr. 16, $23.99, ISBN 978-0-593-61561-4). Cooke shares his experiences living with and eventually understanding OCD in this graphic novel memoir. Ages 10–14.


Joining Ordinary People Change the World are I Am Jesse Owens (July 2, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-53336-9) and You Can Change the World (Mar. 19, $9.99, ISBN 978-0-593-70046-4) by Brad Meltzer, illus. by Christopher Eliopoulos, ages 5–9.


My Dad Is Fantastic (Apr. 30, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-69175-5) and My Mom Is Magnificent (Apr. 2, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-69178-6) by Roald Dahl, illus. by Quentin Blake. These rhyming read-alouds celebrate parents. Ages up to 3.

P Is for Pastrami: The ABCs of Jewish Food by Alan Silberberg (Feb. 27, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-62319-0). The author of Meet the Latkes serves up an alphabetical roundup of Jewish foods. Ages up to 3.

Blake the Snake Bakes a Cake by Amy Young, illus. by Alison Young (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62174-5). As cake after cake is a disastrous mess, Snake bakes yet another for his friend Drake’s birthday. Ages 3–5.

The Day Bell Found Her Sound by Lizzy O’Donnell (July 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62177-6). In a music-filled town where everyone marches to the beat of their own drum, Bell searches for her true sound. Ages 3–5.

Gather Round by David Covell (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32763-0). In this companion to Run Wild, a girl and her father build a campfire together, welcoming human and animal passersby to share their warmth. Ages 3–5.

Help Wanted: One Rooster by Julie Falatko, illus. by Andrea Stegmaier (June 18, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-451-47683-8). Cow searches for the perfect rooster to save a struggling farm from chaos. Ages 3–5.

Color of Love by Poppy Harlow and Laura Jarrett, illus. by Elisa Chavarri (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52710-8). This story by two TV news personalities celebrates how love comes in many colors and forms. Ages 3–7.

Lost Stick by Anoosha Syed (Mar. 26, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40519-2). When Milo’s owner throws a stick for him to fetch and it lands a bit far away, the puppy’s search for the right stick takes him all over the globe. Ages 3–7.

Pie-Rats! by Lisa Frenkel Riddiough, illus. by David Mottram (Mar. 12, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-20328-6). A band of swashbuckling pie-rats searches for only one treasure: dessert. Ages 3–7.

The Ship in the Window by Travis Jonker, illus. by Matthew Cordell (Aug. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-35057-7), follows Mabel the mouse, who yearns to be a fearless sea captain traveling the world in search of adventure. Ages 3–7.

The Tugboat and the Silver Moon by Kersten Hamilton, illus. by Barry Gott (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52839-6). Watching a ship stuck in a canal for seven days, the moon becomes fuller and brighter, until she’s strong enough to create a mighty tide to free the vessel. Ages 3–7.

Charles & Ray: Designers at Play: A Story of Charles and Ray Eames by James Yang (May 21, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40482-9) introduces two iconic designers of the mid-century modern design movement. Ages 4–8.

Flicker of Hope: A Story of Migration by Cynthia Harmony, illus. by Devon Holzwarth (Feb. 13, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52576-0). In parallel stories, a Mexican girl waits for her migrant farmer father to return after summer while monarch butterflies make their annual migration south. Ages 4–8.

Grilled Cheese? Yes, Please! by Tim Kleyn (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40432-4). Waiting for their mother to return from sailing on a stormy night, Margot and Grandpa make grilled cheese sandwiches for other seafarers sheltering from the storm—but when will Mama get home? Ages 4–8.

Outside by Gianna Marino (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52877-8). Earl likes feeling safe indoors rather than venturing outside, in this tale that aims to help kids face their fears and explore the world around them. Ages 4–8.

Partly Cloudy by Deborah Freedman (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-35267-0). Two bunnies learn that cloud watching is much more fun when they can see things through each other’s eyes. Ages 4–8.

A Rainbow Inside My Body: Finding Peace Through Yoga, Breathing Exercises, and the Chakras by E. Katherine Kottaras and Vanitha Swaminathan, illus. by Holly Hatam (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46569-1), introduces yoga, breathing exercises, and mindfulness. Ages 4–8.

Rocket Ship, Solo Trip by Chiara Colombi, illus. by Scott Magoon (Feb. 20, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32693-0). Rocket is on her first solo mission, in this tale about the excitement and anxiety of life’s big firsts. Ages 4–8.

Seoul Food by Erin Danielle Russell, illus. by Tamisha Anthony (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46438-0). A biracial girl celebrates both her Black and Korean cultures with food. Ages 4–8.

Beyond the Game: Lebron James (Mar. 5, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52615-6) and Beyond the Game: Maya Moore (Mar. 5, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52618-7) by Andrew Maraniss, illus. by Deandra Hodge, launch Beyond the Game: Athletes Change the World, a chapter book series about athletes who have stepped up beyond the sports arena to make a difference in the world. Ages 6–9.

Anzu and the Realm of Darkness by Mai K. Nguyen (May 7, $23.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52527-2). After getting trapped in the spirit world, Anza fights her way back home while racing the clock, breaking a curse, and freeing the spirits of other lost children. Ages 8–12.

Jupiter Nettle and the Seven Schools of Magic by Sangu Mandanna, illus. by Pablo Ballesteros (June 11, $22.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46447-2). In this graphic novel, a girl faces hurdles when she finally achieves her dream of attending magic school. Ages 8–12.

Last Comics on Earth: Too Many Villains! by Max Brallier and Joshua Pruett, illus. by Jay Cooper and Douglas Holgate (Apr. 30, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52679-8), launches a series based on Last Kids on Earth. Ages 8–12.

Ratty by Suzanne Selfors, illus. by Lavanya Naidu (June 18, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62248-3), is a novel about the unlikely friendship between a boy who is cursed to look like a rat and a girl who loathes rodents. Ages 8–12.

Year of the Puppy: How a Puppy Becomes Your Dog by Alexandra Horowitz (Apr. 16, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-35130-7) is a young readers adaptation of Horowitz’s adult book of the same title, documenting her puppy’s first year of life. Ages 8–12.

Great Influenza: The True Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History by John M. Barry (Apr. 16, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-40469-0) is adapted from Barry’s bestseller for adults chronicling the 1918 Influenza Epidemic. Ages 10–14.

Every Time You Hear That Song by Jenna Voris (Apr. 9, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-62339-8). Told from alternating perspectives, this queer coming-of-age story celebrates country music, complicated women, and living authentically. Ages 12 and up.

Of Jade and Dragons by Amber Chen (June 18, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62275-9). In this silkpunk fantasy, Ying disguises herself as a boy to enter the Engineer’s Guild trials and solve her father’s murder. Ages 12 and up.

Wish You Weren’t Here by Erin Baldwin (May 28, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-62269-8). When two teen girls who barely tolerate each other are assigned to be roommates at camp, one grapples with new and unexpected feelings for the other. Ages 12 and up.

Cancelled by Farrah Penn (Mar. 19, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-52830-3). A senior who has everything going for her is plunged into the center of a scandal when an incriminating video goes viral that is erroneously assumed to feature her. Ages 14 and up.

Cursed Boys and Broken Hearts by Adam Sass (July 16, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46481-6). A boy who believes he’s cursed to doom any romantic relationship finds himself working with his childhood crush, the first boy who broke his heart. Ages 14 and up.

Darkness Rises by Stacy Stokes (Apr. 9, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-593-32769-2). A teen with the power to see death before it happens faces terrible consequences when a person she saves commits a horrific crime. Ages 14 and up.

Exes and Foes by Amanda Woody (July 23, $12.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-593-40314-3). When ex-best friends Emma and Caleb compete for the new girl’s heart, they don’t expect to fall for each other instead. Ages 14 and up.

Punk Rock Karaoke by Bianca Xunise (Apr. 23, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46450-2). Bandmates’ frustrations escalate in this graphic novel about the underground punk scene, authenticity, and community. Ages 14 and up.


Llama Llama reappears in Llama Llama Feelings by Anna Dewdney, illus. by JT Morrow (Apr. 9, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-46512-7), ages up to 3. Corduroy is the star of the show in Corduroy Takes a Bow by Viola Davis, illus. by Jody Wheeler (May 14, $8.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-425-29148-1), ages 1–3. Molly Idle’s Rex celebrates a birthday in Party Rex (Mar. 19, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-425-29014-9), ages 3–7. Shark Princess splashes on with Surfin’ Sharks by Nidhi Chanani (Mar. 26, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46468-7), ages 5–7. Wombats! picks up Go to Wizard’s Wharf by Maddie Frost (Feb. 13, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46542-4), ages 6–9. And ChupaCarter continues with ChupaCarter and the Screaming Sombrero by George Lopez and Ryan Calejo, illus. by Santy Gutierrez (Mar. 12, $17.99, ISBN 978-0-593-46603-2), ages 8–12.



Kids lift flaps to locate Spot in Eric Hill’s Find Spot at the Beach (May 7, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-241-67478-9), ages 1–3.

Penguin/World of Eric Carle

Mister Seahorse’s Ocean Friends: A Touch-and-Feel Book by Eric Carle (Apr. 2, $9.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-75071-1). Mister Seahorse and his pals explore the ocean in this interactive book. Ages up to 3.


Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar stars in four new titles, among them A Day at the Beach with the Very Hungry Caterpillar: A Tabbed Board Book (May 7, $7.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-75065-0) and Why Is It Hot? Weather with the Very Hungry Caterpillar (May 21, $5.99 board book, ISBN 978-0-593-75021-6), ages 1–3.


A Family of Trees: My First Book of Forests by Peggy Thomas, illus. by Cookie Moon (May 22, $16.95 board book, ISBN 978-1-83866-791-7), is an introduction to forests that unfolds into a vertical forest-scape. Ages 2–4.

Shells...and What They Hide Inside by Helen Scales, illus. by Sonia Pulido (Apr. 10, $14.95 board book, ISBN 978-1-83866-788-7). This companion to What a Shell Can Tell includes 40 flaps to lift. Ages 2–4.

What a Rock Can Reveal: Where They Come From and What They Tell Us About Our Planet by Maya Wei-Haas, illus. by Sonia Pulido (Feb. 28, $19.95, ISBN 978-1-83866-790-0), discusses rocks and minerals and their significance on Earth. Ages 6–9.

The Art Book for Children by Ferren Gipson et al. (May 22, $29.95, ISBN 978-1-83866-787-0), showcases 60 artists and artworks across time. Ages 7–11.

Pilgrim Press

My Heart Sings a Sad Song by Gary Alan Shockley (May 15, $18.95, ISBN 978-0-8298-0150-7) aims to help children express their grief after the death of a loved one. Ages 4–8.


Missy and Mason: Missy Wants a Mammoth by Pam Vaughan, illus. by Ariel Landy (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-084-4). In this series starter, Missy pushes the bounds of her imagination—and her older brother Mason’s patience—as she plots her plan for a new pet, a wooly mammoth. Ages 4–7.

Croc & Gator: Swamp Ranger School by Lisa Katzenberger (June 4, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-150-6) opens a chapter book series following the adventures of no-nonsense Croc and goofball Gator as junior rangers in their hometown swamp. Ages 6–8.

Sky & Ty: Howdy, Partner! by Steve Breen (Apr. 2, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-214-5) launches a graphic novel series about a cowgirl, a T. rex, and their delivery service, written by a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for cartooning. Ages 6–9.

National Archive Hunters: Capitol Chase by Matthew Landis (May 14, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-221-3). In this series debut, twins search for the thief of prized artifacts before their family is framed for the crime. Ages 8–12.

The Second Favorite Daughters Club: Sister Sabotage by Colleen Oakes (Apr. 2, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-207-7) starts up a series about two girls, both tired of playing second fiddle to their sisters, who found a club to become their parents’ favorite children by undermining their siblings. Ages 10 and up.


The Recess Genius picks up Tons of Talent by Janet Sumner Johnson, illus. by Stacy Ebert (Apr. 30, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-141-4), ages 4–7. The Great Mathemachicken adds Sing High, Sing Crow by Nancy Krulik, illus. by Charlie Alder (Apr. 2, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-202-2), ages 4–8. Shiver by the Sea introduces Creature from the Gloppy Green Pool by Erin Dionne, illus. by Jenn Harney (May 28, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-173-5), ages 6–8. Clara Poole returns in Clara Poole and the Wrong Way Up by Taylor Tyng (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-162-9), ages 8–12. The Great Peach Experiment offers Duck, Duck, Peach by Erin Soderberg Downing (Apr. 9, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-240-4), ages 8–12. And The Sinister Secrets welcomes The Sinister Secrets of the Fabulous Nothings by Sean Ferrell, illus. by Graham Carter (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-1-64595-186-5), ages 10 and up.

PJ Library

First Fruits by Amalia Hoffman (May 1, $8.99 board book, ISBN 979-8-9860480-5-5) spotlights fruits traditionally associated with the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. Ages up to 5.


How Cats Say I Love You/Cómo los gatos dicen te quiero by Guy Brown, illus. by Davide Ortu (Mar. 5, $14.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-951995-15-7), is a bilingual story revealing how kids and cats from around the world express their feelings. Ages 7–10.


Wild Family by Ben Lerwill (Mar. 26, $22.99, ISBN 978-0-241-51493-1) rounds up information about animal families, behaviors, and environments. Ages 6–8.

Put Me in the Story


Additions to I Love You a Bushel and a Peck by Louise Martin, illus. by Jo Parry, are Fill-In I Love You, a Bushel and a Peck! (Feb. 1, $7.99, ISBN 978-1-4642-1668-8), Granddaughter I Love You, a Bushel and a Peck! (Feb. 1, $7.99, ISBN 978-1-4642-1728-9), and Grandson I Love You, a Bushel and a Peck! (Feb. 1, $7.99, ISBN 978-1-4642-1729-6), ages 3–7.

Quarto/Becker & Mayer

Out of the Park! True Stories of the Greatest Players Who Changed the Game by James Buckley Jr. (Mar. 12, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7603-8682-8) compiles stories about baseball superstars throughout history. Ages 8–12.

Quarto/Happy Yak

The Hoys by Kes Gray, illus. by Mark A. Chambers (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8801-0). In this wordplay-filled tale, when pirate Jake hears others shout, “Ahoy there,” he can’t see a hoy anywhere. Ages 2–6.

Come Out, Come Out, Chameleon! by Jonty Howley (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8971-0). As a man searches his house for his pet chameleon, readers will spot the camouflaged critter on each page. Ages 3–5.

Torla and Smorla: The Lower Than Average Cloud by Kes Grey, illus. by Chris Jevons (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8810-2), launches a series about two giraffes—one taller than average (who here gets stuck in a cloud) and the other shorter than average (who guides his pal to avoid such obstacles). Ages 3–5.

All You Need to Know About Dogs: By A. Cat by Fred Blunt (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9063-1). Written from a cat’s perspective, this book focuses on the familiar question: are you a cat person or a dog person? Ages 4–6.


Monsters Everywhere showcases Monsters at School by Laura Baker, illus. by Nina Dzyvulska (June 25, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8661-0), ages 2–5. Step Back in Time introduces Time Travel Sleepover: Knights & Castles by Timothy Knapman, illus. by Matt Robertson (July 9, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8727-3), ages 6–8. And Stars of Nature continues with The Secret Life of Bugs by Moira Butterfield, illus. by Vivian Mineker (Mar. 5, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8655-9), ages 7–11.

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The Bison and The Butterfly by Alice Hemming, illus. by Nancy Leschnikoff (July 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9538-4), shows how animals help one another within an ecosystem. Ages 3–7.

Always Carry Me with You by Hervé Éparvier (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9513-1). A father uses a simple round pebble to teach his daughter important lessons. Ages 4–7.

My Friend Tree by Dawn Casey, illus. by Genevieve Godbout (Apr. 2, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-6988-0). This story about friendship, growing up, and connecting with nature features a girl, a boy, and an old oak tree. Ages 4–7.

Ranger Hamza’s Eco Quest by Ranger Hamza, illus. by Kate Kronreif (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9174-4). This celebration of nature’s heroes includes activities. Ages 4–7.


This Is the Way in Dogtown by Ya-Ling Huang (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9533-9). Using the cadence of “Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush,” this book showcases first experiences in a town populated by dogs. Ages 2–4.

The Cat Who Couldn’t Be Bothered by Jack Kurland (Apr. 2, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8745-7). A cat refuses to do anything at all in this story about feelings, friendship, and the importance of speaking to someone when you don’t feel right. Ages 2–6.

Princess and the Pee by Effua Gleed, illus. by Juanita Londoño Gaviria (Mar. 5, $18, ISBN 978-0-7112-7775-5). A princess awakens in the morning with a wet bed in this tale revealing that everyone has accidents sometimes. Ages 3–5.

Here Be Dragons by Susannah Lloyd, illus. by Paddy Donnelly (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-5660-6). A hapless knight searching for a dragon to battle stars in this book with clues hidden in the art. Ages 3–6.

Spell of a Story by Mariajo Ilustrajo (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-7801-1). A girl who dreads reading an entire book over the summer discovers the magic of connecting with a story for the first time. Ages 3–6.

When Dinosaurs Walked the Earth by Sean Taylor, illus. by Zehra Hicks (Feb. 6, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-7723-6). This introduction to the concept of the food chain shows just how much of a dinosaur-eat-dinosaur world it was in prehistoric times. Ages 3–6.

Wonderful Me: A First Guide to Taking Care of Yourself by Nancy Shapiro, illus. by Vânia Sacramento (May 7, $16.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8757-0), explains simple ways kids can care for their mental, physical, and social wellbeing. Ages 4–6.

A Damsel Not in Distress! by Bethan Stevens (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-7519-5). A young damsel who insists she does not need rescuing saves the day when a fire-breathing dragon appears. Ages 4–7.

I Love My Bike by Simon Mole, illus. by Sam Usher (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-5622-4). In this story
celebrating family, the outdoors, and perserverance, a girl learns to ride a bike with her father’s help. Ages 4–7.

In Time by Marina Ruiz (July 9, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8520-0). A girl grows to appreciate that some things in life are worth waiting for. Ages 4–7.

Moon Bear by Clare Helen Welsh, illus. by Carolina T. Godina (June 4, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9101-0). A child fearful of the dark finds that nighttime can be special when she helps a moon bear who is afraid of light. Ages 4–7.

Once Upon a Mermaid’s Tail by Beatrice Blue (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9531-5). This follow-up to Once Upon a Unicorn Horn and Once Upon a Dragon’s Fire is a tale of friendship and protecting our oceans. Ages 4–7.

Adnan: The Boy Who Helped His Mummy Remember by Mark Arrigo and Steven Chatterton, illus. by Diala Brisly (May 7, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-6709-1). A Syrian refugee boy uses the power of his creativity as he tries to heal his mother’s mental health issues while they rebuild their lives in the U.K. Ages 5–8.

Colossal Words for Kids by Colette Hiller, illus. by Tor Freeman (May 7, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-7875-2), compiles 60 rhyming poems, each containing a vocabulary word and its meaning. Ages 7–12.

Body Confidence Book: Respect, Accept and Empower Yourself by Phillippa Diedrichs, illus. by Naomi Wilkinson (June 4, $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-7112-7907-0). This guide aims to help teens be body-confident and make the world around them more accepting of everyone. Ages 14 and up.


Little People, Big Dreams issues eight biographies by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, among them Taylor Swift, illus. by Josefina Schargorodsky (July 2, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9509-4); and Tenzing Norgay, illus. by Bandana Tulachan (Feb. 6, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8571-2), ages 4–7.



The Kitchen Pantry Scientist welcomes She Can STEM: 50 Trailblazing Women in Science from Ancient History to Today by Liz Lee Heinecke, illus. by Kelly Anne Dalton (Feb. 13, $19.99, ISBN 978-0-7603-8606-4), ages 7–12.

Quarto/Walter Foster Jr.

Letters to My Darling Daughter: Dear Daughter, This Is My Love Letter to You... by Sugar Snap Studio (Mar. 5, $18.99, ISBN 978-0-7603-8521-0). Filled with a parent’s advice and life lessons, this book encourages girls to grow up to be strong and independent. Ages 3–4.

Quarto/Wide Eyed

Everybody Travels: Every One a Different Journey by Kristin Roskifte (June 4, $22.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9457-8). This follow-up to Everybody Counts collects stories about our interconnected human experience. Ages 4–8.

Respect the Insect by Jules Howard, illus. by Gosia Herba (July 9, $22.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8331-2). Bugs provide information about the many ways they help humans. Ages 7–10.

Welcome to AI: What Is Artificial Intelligence and How Will It Change Our Lives? by Matthieu Dugal, illus. by Owen Davey (June 4, $22.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9316-8), explores AI, robotics, and machine learning. Ages 9–12.


Nature’s Storybook adds Wild Languages of Mother Nature: 48 Stories of How Nature Communicates by Gabby Dawnay, illus. by Margaux Samson Abadie (May 7, $30, ISBN 978-0-7112-8848-5), ages 5–8. Up Close and Incredible releases Human Body: A 3x Magnified Anatomical Adventure by Isabel Thomas, illus. by Damien Weighill (June 4, $26.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8651-1), ages 5–10. And 50 States issues Only in Florida by Heather Alexander, illus. by Joseph Moffat-Peña (Mar. 5, $21.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8145-5), ages 7–11.

Quarto/Words & Pictures

Pet Selector! A Hilarious Guide to All the Usual and Unusual Household Pets by Russell Kane, illus. by Erica Salcedo (Apr. 23, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-9019-8), examines the personality quirks, needs, and origin stories of more than 50 types of domestic pets. Ages 7–11.


Celebrations & Festivals picks up Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr by Sara Khan, illus. by Nadiyah Suyatna (Feb. 6, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-7112-8716-7), ages 5–7.



Find Momo adds Find Momo Everywhere by Andrew Knapp (Feb. 6, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68369-386-4), ages 4–7.

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