Childrens New Releases

Children's literature is for readers and listeners up to about age 12. It is often illustrated. The term is used in senses that sometimes exclude young-adult fiction, comic books, or other genres. Books specifically for children existed at least several hundred years ago.

New Releases Tagged "Childrens"

Henry & Eva and the Castle on the Cliff (Henry & Eva, #1)
Jack Frost: The End Becomes the Beginning (The Guardians, #5)
It Wasn't Me
The Prophet Calls
Lenny's Book of Everything
Love Like Sky
Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World
More than a Princess (More Than a Princess, #1)
Are You Ready to Hatch an Unusual Chicken? (Unusual Chickens, #2)
Tiger vs. Nightmare
How to Catch a Bear Who Loves to Read
Bold & Brave: Ten Heroes Who Won Women the Right to Vote
No Boring Stories
I Am Sonia Sotomayor
Night Play
The ABCs of D&d / Dungeons & Dragons Children's Book / Children's Gift
Ogre Enchanted (Ella Enchanted, #0.5)
Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow (Nevermoor, #2)
Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment (Max Einstein, #1)
Louisiana's Way Home
The Collectors (The Collectors, #1)
Knights vs. Dinosaurs
Aquicorn Cove
The Darkdeep (The Darkdeep, #1)
The Turnaway Girls
The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone (Kingdoms & Empires, #1)
Tilly and the Bookwanderers (Pages & Co., #1)
Everlasting Nora
The Hidden Witch (The Witch Boy #2)
DC Super Hero Girls: Search for Atlantis
Carmela Full of Wishes
The Right Hook of Devin Velma
The Train to Impossible Places: A Cursed Delivery
Twice Magic (The Wizards of Once, #2)
The Wall in the Middle of the Book
Monstrous Devices
Sanity & Tallulah
Death in the Spotlight (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries, #7)
The Season of Styx Malone
Lafayette!: A Revolutionary War Tale (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales, #8)
The Very Last Castle
Dragons in a Bag (Dragons in a Bag #1)
Misfits (Royal Academy Rebels #1)
Unicorn Theater (Heavenly Nostrils, #8)
Charlie Hernández and the League of Shadows
Dear Sister
Soof (So B. It, #2)
Poe Won't Go
The Sun Is Kind of a Big Deal
The Snowy Nap

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Drew Daywalt The Day the Crayons Came Home
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Oscar Wilde
To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.
Oscar Wilde

Neil Gaiman
I do not miss childhood, but I miss the way I took pleasure in small things, even as greater things crumbled. I could not control the world I was in, could not walk away from things or people or moments that hurt, but I took joy in the things that made me happy.
Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane

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