New Releases


Branches & Leaves Cover


Help your young reader learn to read year round with Amy Hauer’s latest book, Beneath Branches & Leaves! Your early reader will love looking for hidden animals and celebrating the seasons with this beautiful, paper cut-out picture book. Lift your young reader’s vocabulary with Beneath Branches & Leaves!

Grades Pre-K through 2nd, 28 pages

FALL 2014

Judy Garland Front Cover Final


“The biggest talent in Hollywood…”

Judy Garland had plenty of obstacles to overcome on her way to superstardom—her height, her age, her appearance—but she had one thing no one else had: the best singing voice in Hollywood history.

Judy Garland: Little Woman, Big Talent tells the true story of everything Judy Garland had to tackle on her way to landing the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. It also reveals the struggles she faced staying on top. Learn how this little girl from Minnesota became a Hollywood legend thanks to her amazing talent and the most famous movie in the world. Celebrate the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland: Little Woman, Big Talent.

Grades 3-7, 101 pages

Release Date: November 3, 2014

Emily Grace Apple Picking Cover


Our first Emily Grace book is really two books in one! Join Emily Grace as she goes apple picking and pumpkin picking — and teaches preschoolers and kindergarteners to read. Her enthusiasm will keep young readers engaged as she tells them about her favorite apple dishes and offers a fun recipe for pumpkin seeds. The repetitive phrases, sight words, and fun, full-color photos could make this your child’s favorite “learn-to-read” book!

Grades Pre-K through 1st, 24 pages

Release Date: October 25, 2014

Mary Dyer Friend of Freedom Cover


“Mary Dyer did hang as a flag…”

Mary Dyer’s death launched a revolution no one could stop. She was the first woman in America to die for her religious beliefs.

Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom tells the true story of one woman’s fight for religious freedom against some of the most powerful men in colonial America. Learn how this humble Quaker inspired kings and governors on two continents and became an international civil rights hero.

Grades 3-7, 101 pages.

Release Date: September 2, 2014



Pete Seeger, The People’s Singer (Sumer, 2015)

Why It Was the Wild West (Fall, 2015)


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