Book cover for Peekaboo Rex, showing a dinosaur peeking out from behind a tree.

Peekaboo Rex!

Follow a lovable T. rex throughout its day as it plays peekaboo with a tiny dinosaur friend.

Author: Sandra Boynton Call Number: BOARD E BOY

Book cover for Steady Sloth, showing a brown sloth sitting with arms outstretched in front of a green background.

Steady Sloth

Sloth's animal friends think a lot of things are too hard, but Sloth perseveres and show them how good things can come from taking it slow and steady.

Author: Michael Buxton Call Number: BOARD E BUX

Book cover for Rosie's Walk, showing an outdoor scene with hills, trees, a chicken coop, a chicken, and a fox.

Rosie's Walk

Although unaware that a fox is after her as she takes a walk around the farmyard, Rosie the hen still manages to lead him into one accident after another.

Author: Pat Hutchins Call Number: BOARD E HUT

Book cover for The Thank You Book, showing a child handing a flower to another child, with both children looking happy.

The Thank You Book

From thanking your teacher for teaching, to thanking your vet for caring, from sharing a hug, to giving a card, this sweet book shows all the ways we can express gratitude. And as the book builds, so does the scale of the thanks, showing young readers that even if they start small, they can have a big impact.

Author: Danna Smith Call Number: BOARD E SMI

Book cover for Waiting Is Not Forever, showing a child wearing a green shirt and holding a small sand hourglass.

Waiting is Not Forever

Toddlers live in the moment. When they want something, they want it now. But learning self-control and delayed gratification will set up young children for success in school and in social settings. Practicing patience is the key. With her trademark mix of empathy and encouragement, author Elizabeth Verdick acknowledges that waiting can be frustrating and offers toddlers simple ideas to make waiting easier.

Author: Elizabeth Verdick Call Number: BOARD E VER

Book cover for Herbert On The Slide, showing a smiling purple hippo sliding on its belly.

Herbert on the Slide

What's the best part of going to the playground? Is it that fluttery feeling at the top of the slide? Sliding down full speed ahead? Or is it climbing back up to go down all over again?

Author: Rilla Alexander Call Number: E ALE

Book cover for Can I Play Too, showing two smiling children playing together with a toy train set.

Little Senses series

Samantha Cotterill’s Little Senses books are created with love for any kid who sometimes feels anxious or overwhelmed, but especially for kids who are on the autism spectrum and/or have sensory issues.

Author: Samantha Cotterill Call Number: ASC E COT

Book cover for The Rabbit Listened, showing a young child hugging a brown bunny with a fluffy white tail.

The Rabbit Listened

When Taylor's block castle is destroyed, all the animals think they know just what to do, but only the rabbit quietly listens to how Taylor is feeling.

Author: Cori Doerrfeld Call Number: E DOE

Book cover for When We Are Kind, showing a small group of adults and children singing together while sitting outside.

When We Are Kind

This book explores how the simple act of being kind, to others and oneself, affects all aspects of a child's life.

Author: Monique Gray Smith Call Number: E GRA (Concept)

Book cover for Set Sail for Pancakes. Two people eat pancakes while a pile of pancakes balances between them.

Set Sail for Pancakes

Margot and her grandpa have tummies grumbly for pancakes. Only there's a problem...there's no flour, milk, or eggs! But Grandpa has the perfect solution; they'll get on his boat the Beluga Blue and go to Chicken Island, Cow Island, and Flour Mill Islandto get the ingredients. Set sail for pancakes!

Author: Tim Kleyn Call Number: E KLE

Book cover for Grumpy Pants, showing a penguin wearing yellow rain gear and looking unhappy while standing in the rain.

Grumpy Pants

Have you ever had a grumpy day and not known why? Penguin is having a grumpy day like that. No matter what he does, he just can't shake it! Sometimes the only thing left to do is wash the grumpy day away and start over.

Author: Claire Messer Call Number: E MES (Concept Collection)

Book cover for I'm Not Scared, You're Scared, showing a brown bear looking scared and a white rabbit looking happy.

I'm Not Scared, YOU'RE Scared!

Bear is so timid that he is even afraid of his own reflection, but he does not like to admit that he is scared to his friend, Rabbit, who is very daring--but when Rabbit is in danger Bear finds the courage to rescue his friend.

Author: Seth Meyers Call Number: E MEY

Book cover for My Rainbow, showing a smiling person wearing a crown of flowers in the various colors of the rainbow.

My Rainbow

A dedicated mom puts love into action as she creates the perfect rainbow-colored wig for her transgender daughter, based on the real-life experience of mother-daughter advocate duo Trinity and DeShanna Neal.

Author: Trinity and DeShanna Neal Call Number: ASC E NEA

Book cover for Blue Bison Needs A Haircut, showing an unhappy blue bison with long hair sitting in a barber shop chair.

Blue Bison Needs a Haircut

Blue Bison prides himself on always looking clean and neat, so when he goes for a haircut and discovers everyplace is closed, he is very upset, but his little sister Bubble Gum Bison and her utterly ridiculous idea saves the day.

Author: Scott Rothman Call Number: E ROT

Book cover for That's Not My Name, showing a child holding a pencil while surrounded by bubbles of crossed-out words.

That's Not My Name

Mirha questions her name after her classmates continually pronounce it wrong on the first day of school so her mother helps her to learn the significance of her name and to be proud of it.

Author: Anoosha Syed Call Number: E SYE

Book cover for Welcome to Bobville, showing round characters wearing black and grey stripes with a green background.

Welcome to Bobville

In Bobville, everyone is named Bob and everything is exactly the same--until one day when one Bob decides to be a Bruce.

Author: Jonah Winter Call Number: E WIN

Book cover for The Blue Book, showing a yellow brain with arms, legs, and a sad face in front of a blue background.

The Blue Book: What to Do When You're Sad

Emotions are like a rainbow-there is a color for every one we feel. And when the sad feeling starts to take over the rainbow, it's time for The Blue Book! Simple activities, tips, and tricks help young readers whose sad blue shines brightest in the rainbows of their colorful minds.

Author: William Anthony Call Number: J155.4124 ANT (Concept)

Book cover for My Colors, My World, showing a young person resting their elbows on a pink cloud.

Mis Colores, Mi Mundo = My Colors, My World

Maya, who lives in the dusty desert, opens her eyes wide to find the colors in her world, from Papi's black hair and Mami's orange and purple flowers to Maya's red swing set and the fiery pink sunset.

Author: Maya Christina Gonzalez Call Number: J468 GON (World Languages)

Book cover for How To Say Hello To A Worm, showing a young person peering into an area of soil, plants, and a worm.

How to Say Hello to a Worm: A First Guide to Outside

The beautiful simplicity of a garden is depicted through digital woodcut illustrations and engaging nonfiction text presented as a series of sweet questions and gentle replies. Less of a traditional how-to and more of a how-to-appreciate, this soothingly sparse text paints an inviting and accessible picture of what a garden offers.

Author: Kari Percival Call Number: J635.083 PER

Book cover for Sugar Pie Lullaby, showing a smiling child being held by an adult, with music notes in the background.

Sugar Pie Lullaby: The Soul of Motown in a Song of Love

A child and caring adult share their musical love in this bedtime lullaby-along. Includes background information about Motown legends.

Author: Carole Boston Weatherford Call Number: J782.42 WEA