For years, an ugly dog has called the little pet shop on Washington Street his home. During that time, he’s watched hundreds of dogs come and go. But no one’s ever bought him. One day, the old shop owner finds his store overflowing with dogs, and hatches a plan to sell every dog in the shop by the end of the day.
Will this be the day the ugly dog finally finds a new home?
Illustrated by Jamie Cosley, The Kid Who Wasn't Good at Anything follows one young boy as he struggles to find the one thing he’s good at, only to discover he has been good at something all along. Children and parents alike are sure to love the colorful illustrations, fun rhymes, and positive message.
Beautifully illustrated by award-winning illustrator Aleksandar Sotirovski, When I Was Little (Just Like You) outlines the differences between being a kid in the 70s and 80s and being a kid today.
The book is a great way to give children a glimpse of what life was like before the Internet, mobile devices, and play dates. A time when arcades, payphones, and roller rinks littered the landscape, and kids spent hours exploring, riding their bikes, and playing in the dirt.
Written by Brian Ostrowski and illustrated by Ashley Armbruster, Blip the Bit And His Adventures in Retroville chronicles a day in the life of Blip, and his three friends Bleep, Bloop, and Zip, as they skip through a computer-generated town filled with classic video game characters.
Research engineer Dan Dorfman is having a hard time living up to the standard set by his late father, William. All of his inventions either don't work at all or blow up. But when Dan accidentally opens a portal to the prehistoric era, and allows a small dinosaur to enter the present day, he creates a ripple effect that threatens to tear apart time and space. Soon Dan, along with his two friends, Sara and Carl, find themselves in a race against the clock to send the dinosaur back to the past before the present and past unravel.