Studio, A Place for Art to Start by Emily Arrow, Illus. The Little Friends of Printmaking

Review by Logaine Navascués

The doors of an artists’ studio building open for a young bunny and their dad, revealing the many different ways in which creativity can be expressed through the arts. … More Studio, A Place for Art to Start by Emily Arrow, Illus. The Little Friends of Printmaking

I Like The Me I See! by Jessica “Culture Queen” Herbon, Illus. Solomia Kovalchuk

Review by Jocelyne Gregory

Music is a powerful force. It can make us cry, it can make us dance, it can bring people together, and it can also affect how we see ourselves. In I Like The Me I See! we’re guided on a journey of self-affirmation and empowerment by Jessica “Culture Queen” Hebron, the award-winning writer, singer, performer, songwriter and teacher who has dedicated her life to supporting children and youth through cultural awareness and self-affirmation. … More I Like The Me I See! by Jessica “Culture Queen” Herbon, Illus. Solomia Kovalchuk

Goodnight Songs Treasury, A Collection of Bedtime Poems by Margaret Wise Brown

Review by Logaine Navascués

This evocative picture book is a treasure for the senses. Through the intimate vision of some of the world’s best children’s books illustrators, it brings together Margaret Wise Browns’ poems previously published in two separate volumes: Goodnight Songs and A Celebration of the Seasons. … More Goodnight Songs Treasury, A Collection of Bedtime Poems by Margaret Wise Brown