THIS IS A BOOK ABOUT DINOSAURS.
No it's not. Dinosaurs are NOT ALLOWED.
OH. THIS IS NOW A BOOK ABOUT AVOCADOS!
Sorry. We deleted those.
THIS BOOK IS ABOUT?NOPE
What is this book about anyway?! Maybe you shouldn’t even try reading it … But what could possibly be inside?
#1 New York Times bestselling author Raj Haldar presents a... Read more
The stunning new picture book by presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman—adapted for audio
You’re told that
This won’t work,
But how will you know
If you never try?
Presidential inaugural poet and #1 New York Times bestselling author Amanda Gorman has created a timeless message of hope.
Sometimes the world feels broken. And problems seem too big to... Read more
An acclaimed author and a Coretta Scott King Honoree pair up for this tender story about friendship and accepting change. Two best friends (one of whom is imaginary) are inseparable until the day when one of them unexpectedly disappears.
Others tried to tell me that she wasn’t real, that she was just imaginary.
But what did they know? She... Read more
The MOMENTOUS debut of a groundbreaking Fairy Tale series -- a brilliantly crafted, hilarious twist on this beloved classic, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, from renowned, award-winning, and New York Times bestselling duo and picture book pioneers Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen!Once there was a bridge and a terrible and VERY hungry troll lived... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
The first picture book by bestselling novelist Emma Straub, adapted for audio, this joyous and inventive listen will inspire kids to see ordinary objects in a whole new way.
Some people think hats are fancy things you can buy at a dressy store, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. In this audiobook, acorns and raspberries are snug hats for... Read more
The star of Little Owl's Night returns to find love in his beloved nighttime forest.
"What do I love?" Little Owl thought.
There were so many things. . .
Gliding along on a quiet night, Little Owl looks for the things that make him happy--shimmering stars, winking fireflies, listening to the cricket song, and most of all, spending time with his... Read more
In her debut picture book, adapted for audio, professional Indigenous dancer Ria Thundercloud tells the true story of her path to dance and how it helped her take pride in her Native American heritage.
At four years old, Ria Thundercloud was brought into the powwow circle, ready to dance in the special jingle dress her mother made for her. As she... Read more
In this lyrical book, world-renowned poet, New York Times bestselling author, and Coretta Scott King Honor winner Nikki Giovanni and fine artist Erin Robinson craft an ode to the magic of a library as a place not only for knowledge but also for imagination, exploration, and escape.In what other place can a child "sail their dreams" and "surf the... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
From Stacy McAnulty, author of the funny STEM audiobook Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years and the Our Universe series, comes an exciting audiobook series focused on the science of the body. First up: Blood! Not Just a Vampire Drink.
Welcome to I Don’t Vant to Suck Your Blood Smoothie Shop, where all products are 100% blood-free!
That’s good news... Read more
From a Newbery Medal-winning author comes a deeply moving ode to the complexity and uniqueness of every child.
In profound, uplifting verse, beloved author Matt de la Peña explores the endless possibilities each child contains: A young dancer may grow into a computer coder; a basketball player might become a poet; a class clown may one day serve... Read more
Leila Wayward es una brujita extraordinaria. Es la más veloz voladora, la más encantadora hechicera, la más capaz cambiaformas y la más talentosa talladora en su aquelarre. Por todos sus encantos, ha ganado todo tipo de trofeos, pero su más grande sueño es ganar el Magnífico Brujiconcurso de Repostería. Como la más joven en una larga línea de... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
An Empowering First Day of School Book for Kids
From Grammy Award-winning singer Ashanti comes an empowering story about a girl who learns to love her unique name. First days aren’t easy for a girl with a name like Ashanti. It feels like no one can pronounce it correctly! But with some encouragement from her mom, Ashanti spells her name and learns just how special it is.A is for awesome, S is... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
Leila Wayward is a little witch who excels at everything she does. She’s the fastest flier, the most cunning conjuror, and the most superb shape-shifter. She has won trophies for potions, herbology, and alchemy—and now she dreams of winning the Magnificent Witchy Cake-off! As the youngest in a long line of masters of the Dark Arts of Patisserie,... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
All About Plants
The Questioneers: Book #2
What do plants eat? Why do some plants have flowers and others don’t? And what’s the tallest plant out there? Ada Twist, Scientist: The Why Files is the perfect nonfiction resource for all these questions and more. Based on the bestselling series and the new Netflix show, this new nonfiction series is perfect for the youngest scientists of... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
An Indigenous legend about how four extraordinary individuals of dual male and female spirit, or Mahu, brought healing arts from Tahiti to Hawaii, based on the Academy Award–contending short film.
In the 15th century, four Mahu sail from Tahiti to Hawaii and share their gifts of science and healing with the people of Waikiki. The islanders return... Read more
In this audiobook by Doyin Richards, a dog describes what it’s like to go on walks with his Black owner and wishes that people would see his human as he does: with love.
Biscuit the dog is adopted from the shelter and loves his new home and his new human family. The dad, especially, takes good care of Biscuit and is the person who walks him the... Read more
This lyrical picture book from Tony award–winning producer Ashlee Latimer models joyful self-acceptance
Francis loves learning new words. At school, when her class is reviewing words that begin with the letter “F,” someone sneers “Fat, like Francis.” Francis always thought “fat” was a warm word—like snuggling with Mama or belly rubs for her... Read more
We are here at home now, watching the world through our windows. Outside we see the city we know, but not as we’ve seen it before. The once hustling and bustling streets are empty—well, almost empty. Around the city there are still some people out and about. These are the people keeping us safe, keeping us healthy, keeping our mail and our food... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
What can smell like bubblegum, glow neon green at night, be poisonous and yet still eaten by humans, and even help create rain? The answer is mushrooms! From their hidden networks underground to the fruiting body above, mushrooms can do incredible things. But don't call them plants—mushrooms are fungi. They're more closely related to animals... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
As a young boy, Bao and his father awoke early, hours before his father's long workday began, to fish on the shores of a small pond in Minneapolis. Unlike many other anglers, Bao and his father fished for food, not recreation. A successful catch meant a fed family. Between hope-filled casts, Bao's father told him about a different pond in their... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List