When butterfly-loving Lela takes a nature walk with Ranger Maggie, Lela learns about the different ways she can help with butterfly conservation efforts at home and throughout her community. Includes a simple guide to planting a butterfly garden. 32 pp.
Award-winning author Demi presents the life of this central Hindu god in a gorgeously illustrated book that faithfully reflects the traditions of Hindu painting. Also included is an appendix featuring prayers to Shiva and notes on his representation as "Lord of the Dance." 36 pp.
An autobiographical account of the author's experiences as a 17-year-old intent on becoming a legitimate NYC streetballer at the highest level. Included as part of the narrative are the important social skills learned on the basketball court, showing readers that their time spent streetballing is meaningful beyond the sport itself. 189 pp.
All newborn mammals—whether they have hooves, flippers, claws or wings—rely on mother's milk to help them grow. Eventually, every cub, calf and kit must figure out how to find their own food in order to survive. Winner of the 2019 Tillywig Brain Child award, the Creative Child Book of the Year award, and the 2020 Feathered Quill Book Award in two categories. 51 pp.
Transports curious kids and inquisitive adults on an incredible journey through the night sky to explore our solar system, to discover why the sky is blue, to fly around a black hole and peer inside, and to learn why Jupiter has stripes, among other interesting lessons! 182 pp.