- The Teacher’s Pet
- written by Anica Mrose Rissi; illustrated by Zachariah OHora
- Hardcover * 40 pages
This hilarious tale by debut picturebook author Anica Mrose Rissi, brilliantly illustrated by Zachariah OHora, will keep kids giggling page after page as the class comes together to solve one BIG problem.
- Fall is for School
- written by Robert Neubecker
- Hardcover * 32 pages
The weather’s growing cool.
Fall is here! Come on with me!
It’s time to go to school.
In this exuberant sequel to Winter is for Snow, the two seasonally-opposed siblings face the end of summer with both joy and dread. But as Sister shares her enthusiasm for fall, school, and everything they encompass, Brother’s own excitement grows in this celebratory picturebook. Robert Neubecker’s expressive illustrations and buoyant rhymes will encourage even the most reluctant school-goers to embrace the start of a new season!
- Ready for School, Murphy?
- written by Brendán Murphy
- Paperback * 40 pages * with STICKERS!
Murphy doesn’t want to go to school. He has butterflies in his tummy and ants in his pants! But no amount of made-up excuses convince his dad to let him stay home. Just when Murphy has all but given up, his father brings him up-to-date—it’s Saturday!
Now available as an 8×8 paperback with stickers, this picturebook is full of comic sympathy for young students.
- Dog Days of School
- written by Kelly DiPucchio; illustrated by Brian Biggs
- paperback * 40 pages * with STICKERS!
Charlie thinks his dog, Norman, has got it good: he gets to spend his days lounging on the couch or playing fetch, and he never has to do any homework. But when Charlie makes a wish to be a dog instead of a boy, things get a little topsy-turvy!New York Times best-selling author Kelly DiPucchio’s signature humor and New York Times best-selling illustrator Brian Biggs’s bold, playful art come together in a hilarious tale that proves that the grass always does look greener on the other side (even if that side involves drinking from the toilet!).
Now available as an 8×8 paperback with stickers, this picturebook is full of comic encouragement for young students.
- Super Saurus Saves Kindergarten
- written by Deborah Underwood; illustrated by Ned Young
- hardcover * 40 pages
Or can it?
- The Scariest Book Ever
- written by Bob Shea
- Hardcover * 40 pages
Reader beware! This is the scariest book ever! Or so claims its melodramatic ghost narrator. You can go ahead and turn the page, but don’t expect him to come with you. Anything might pop out of that black hole in the middle of the forest. What do you mean it’s just a bunny? Well, it’s probably a bunny with big fangs. Watch out, it’s–picking pumpkins with its friends, you say? Actually, despite the ghost’s scare-mongering, none of the animal characters in the illustrations seem scary at all. . . . What’s up with that? Many delights, such as surprises after the page turn, an alarmist narrator, and punch lines to anticipate make this book a scream for both kids and parents.