A celebration of our differences! All the Colors we are explains to children in simple language how skin color is determined and helps them build positive views of themselves through beautiful photographs.
Illustrations and simple rhyming text describe how a child grows from ages one through six.
When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.
Photographs and a poem bring readers on center stage with the ballerinas from the Dance Theatre of Harlem.
Rhyming text describes a trip to the grocery store for a mama and her baby boy. Includes Spanish words.
A baby and his mother spend a day at the beach. Spanish words, interspersed in the rhyming text, are defined in a glossary.
A preschool's exploration of the four seasons, told through each season's distinct sounds.
A young girl walks through the bustling city, while a pigeon flies above, both spotting hidden shapes at every turn
Introduces basic concepts of dance through poetic text and photographs.
A little girl imitates her big sister Kyla all day, until in the evening Kyla imitates her.
A little, curly-haired girl enjoys spending time with her grandparents, Nanna and Poppy, and seeing the outside through their special kitchen window.
On a trip to the park with her mother, a young girl hears a rhythm coming from the world around her and begins to move to the beat, finally beginning an impromptu dance in which other children join her.
A young girl enjoys the similarities and the differences between her English-speaking and Spanish-speaking grandparents.
Working up the courage to take a big, important leap is hard, but Jabari is almost absolutely ready to make a giant splash.
Jenna, a member of the Muscogee, or Creek, Nation, borrows jingles from the dresses of several friends and relatives so that she can perform the jingle dance at the powwow. Includes a note about the jingle dance tradition and its regalia.
A girl describes how her family makes and flies a kite.
When Lily Brown paints, she imagines all sorts of fantastic things in the scenes that she sees every day.
Nena wants to be a Diva, with a capital D, just like her mommy, who's a star on Broadway. So she learns all she can about singing and dancing when she is at the theater and trains day and night to make her dreams come true.
Margaret, who only speaks English, and Margarita, who only speaks Spanish, meet in the park and have fun playing together even though they have different languages.
Lucha Libre champion Niño has no trouble fending off monstrous opponents, but when his little sisters awaken from their naps, he is in for a no-holds-barred wrestling match that will truly test his skills.
Children spend the day with their grandmother, who ignores their mother's carefully planned schedule in favor of activities that are much more fun.
Quinito explores his neighborhood and explains the important job that each person has to do.
A Chinese American girl provides rhyming descriptions of the great variety of colors she sees around her, from the red of a dragon, firecrackers, and lychees to the brown of her teddy bear. Check out Green is a Chile Pepper, too!
As a little girl discovers things round, square, and rectangular in her urban neighborhood, she is reminded of her Chinese American culture. Check out Round is a Tortilla, too!
A celebration of mermaids, wildernesses of waves, and the creatures of the deep through poems by Langston Hughes and cut-paper collage illustrations by multiple Coretta Scott King Award-winner Ashley Bryan.