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New Book: Goodnight Bubbala

Welcome to Goodnight Bubbala by Sheryl Haft and illustrated by NHs own Jill Weber. Does this book have a familiar feel? That’s because it’s a lovely spin on Goodnight Moon, but instead of hushing and quiet, we are met with a lively Hannukah celebration. Bonus: This includes a recipe for Potato Latkes from Ina Garten herself. Sign me up!

Publishers Weekly gives it a wonderful write up in its Holiday Gift Guide.

Find Goodnight Bubbala wherever books are sold.

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New Book: Hawks Kettle, Puffins Wheel: And other poems of birds in flight

September is busting with book birthdays! This month also welcomes Hawks Kettle Puffins Wheel: And Other Poems of Birds in Flight by Susan Vande Griek and illustrated by Mark Hoffmann.

This lovely book about birds introduces young readers to a variety of species as well as language surrounding bird behavior. A great pick for your nature lover, out there, and a great way to make nonfiction fun, literary and accessible.


Kirkus calls it a “fresh and original approach of the study of birds and words.” Find it at your favorite book store, today!

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New Book: Hearts of Ice

Join us in welcoming Hearts of Ice by Adi Rule into the world, today! The story follows Evangeline as she discovers a winter kingdom beyond her mirror, an evil king looking for immortality, a band of fantastical allies, a long lost sister who needs her help and an adventure that will compel her to find her own magic.

Kirkus says This blend of princess power, traditional fantasy, and bountiful snow is a win-win(ter) mix.

Look for it in book stores and at your scholastic book fair, today!

Interview, New Book, picture books, poetry

New Book: I Am Someone Else

We’re so delighted that our own Matt Forrest Esenwine has a poem featured in this delightful new picture book chock full of poetry and pretending. Kirkus gives it high praise, calling it “a good collection, for real.”

And don’t forget to swing by Matt’s website to check out this wonderful interview with Lee Bennett Hopkins and Chris Hsu on the pretending, play and process.