• Cherry Blossom and Paper Planes

    Cherry Blossom and Paper Planes

    Aerts, Jef

    (PICTURE BOOK) "A really sweet story about best friends after one moves away." - Katherine

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  • I Am Every Good Thing

    I Am Every Good Thing

    Barnes, Derrick

    (PICTURE BOOK) In a text brimming with imagination and Black-boy joy, Barnes lays the foundation for young Black readers to go forth into the world filled with confidence and self-assurance: “I am brave. I am hope. / I am my ancestors’ wildest dream. / I am worthy of success, / of respect, of safety, of kindness, of happiness.” -Kirkus

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  • Overground Railroad

    Overground Railroad

    Cline-Ransome, Lesa

    (PICTURE BOOK) "An #OwnVoices picture book, skillfully depicting the Great Migration through powerful images and a child's perspective. Cline-Ransome is a master storyteller; her oeuvre is a trove of Black history, often accompanied by husband Ransome's evocative paintings." - Bean

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  • Magnificent Homespun Brown

    Magnificent Homespun Brown

    Doyon, Samara Cole

    (PICTURE BOOK) A series of young brown girls admire the many different browns in their environments and in their own images in this poetic celebration of self and nature. -Kirkus

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  • Federico and the Wolf

    Federico and the Wolf

    Gomez, Rebecca J.

    (PICTURE BOOK) A reboot of the classic tale of “Little Red Riding Hood” brings new flavors to an old favorite. Federico is given the job of riding his bike to the market for the ingredients on Abuelo’s grocery list, but he soon becomes the object of a hungry wolf ’s attention. - Kirkus

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  • Are your Stars Like My Stars?

    Are your Stars Like My Stars?

    Helakoski, Leslie

    (PICTURE BOOK) "A great story highlighting diversity." - Katherine

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  • Black Is A Rainbow Color

    Black Is A Rainbow Color

    Joy, Angela

    (PICTURE BOOK) "A beautiful #OwnVoices picture book celebrating Black culture, power, and joy. The poetic text and prismatic illustrations easily capture young readers' attention, while thoughtful backmatter adds more complexity and context for older children and adults." - Bean

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  • We Are Water Protectors

    We Are Water Protectors

    Lindstrom, Carole

    (PICTURE BOOK) In this tribute to Native resilience, Indigenous author-and-illustrator team Lindstrom and Goade invite readers to stand up for environmental justice. - Kirkus

    Format: Book

    Availability: In-library use only at this time

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  • Explosion at the Poem Factory

    Explosion at the Poem Factory

    Lukoff, Kyle

    (PICTURE BOOK) "This one is really fun and I think parents will smile at some of the poetic references." - Katherine

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  • Grandpa Grumps

    Grandpa Grumps

    Moore, Katrina

    (PICTURE BOOK) ...Daisy asks, “Mama, why is Yeh-Yeh such a grump?” Mama answers, “He shows love in other ways.” Shifting paradigms, Daisy and Yeh-Yeh finally make headway through a shared love of food (recipe appended). - Kirkus

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