New: Stuart Squirrel Learns a Lesson by Sandra D. Aldrich
Illustrated by Ryan Webb
In the story of Stuart the Squirrel, you will see how Stuart chooses the easy way of finding food while learning that going the easy route is not always best. Stuart’s story is a great start in spreading the word that people should eat people food and wild animals should eat wild foods.
What happens when a prize-winning poet and a dazzlingly gifted nine-year-old illustrator collaborate on a children’s book? Mallory’s World from A to Z is a collection of smart and appealing alphabet poems illustrated by the poet’s great niece, Mallory. Inspired by poet laureate Richard Wilbur’s Opposites series, the mnemonic qualities of the poems and the whimsical illustrations will make this collection memorable for children and their parents and caregivers alike.
$25 Mallory’s World – Francisco
Buddy: Dog of the Smoky Mountains by Bill Landry
Buddy may be the best known dog in the Smoky Mountains. This is a story for everyone. Buddy demonstrates life’s lessons children of all ages can enjoy and appreciate. It’s the story of . . . well, a dog’s life of being a dog.
Buddy – Dog of the Smoky Mountains