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Picture Books

SPRING 2021

Reading Level: Pre K–2 Interest Level: Pre K–3

Will the Word Eater Will has a lot to say, but he knows from experience that it’s not always safe to say what’s on his mind. At home and at school, with his father and his friends, Will has been gulping down his words for a long time. He doesn’t know how many more words he’ll be able to swallow.Then he meets a writer who won’t take back his words, and Will understands what being brave can mean. As Will’s words begin to flow, he tastes for the first time what selfexpression without fear can be. SEL Connections: • Self-confidence • Self-expression • Social engagement School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Roger Rosen • 978‑1-7253-9431-5 [E] Illustrated by: Jenny Ziomek eBook: 978‑1‑7253‑9432-2 • PB: 978-1-7253-9429-2

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ROGER ROSEN is the CEO and president of the Rosen Publishing Group, which, with its sister companies

Gareth Stevens, Cavendish Square, Enslow, Greenhaven, Lucent, and KidHaven, creates more than 1,200 new titles each year for children and young adults around the world. Though Roger has spent the past 40 years helping both new and veteran authors give form to their creative vision, this is the first children’s book that he himself has written. Just like Will, Roger knows that words can be eaten but, as with a good meal, they are so much better shared.

JENNY ZIOMEK is an illustrator whose paintings, artist books, and graphic novels have been exhibited across North America. A former teacher, Jenny is now a Teaching Artist at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She works out of her home studio in Southern California, where she lives with her husband and dog. 2

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Reading Level: Pre K–2 Interest Level: Pre K–2

A Case of the Can-Dos! Sophia has been in a wheelchair her whole life. As such, many people say she cannot do certain things, like swim, ride a bike, or do a cartwheel. Then, one day, Sophia wakes up with a case of the can-dos! She believes in herself one hundred percent—she just needs to prove it to other people. She tries to join a ballet class, but she’s told she cannot. Sophia sets out to prove that in her wheelchair, she can be a dancer! This story promotes self-confidence, self-efficacy, and determination, and readers will find a hero in Sophia. SEL Connections: • Self-confidence • Goal setting • Self-motivation School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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A Case of the Can-Dos!

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Jill Keppeler • 978‑1-7253-9419-3 [E] Illustrated by: Rachel A. DiNunzio eBook: 978‑1‑7253‑9420-9 • PB: 978-1-7253-9417-9

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JILL KEPPELER is a reader, writer, editor, geek, and mom. She lives with her husband and two sons in New York State—and hopes every child (and adult) finds their own case of the can-dos!

RACHEL A. DiNUNZIO is a Western New York children’s author & illustrator all about

kindness, creativity, and empowerment. Rachel’s book collection features a variety of titles from her Forsynthia Fits In series, to the adventures of Olive the Chameleon Cat, to Be Kind, Scarlet’s Symphony, Moolah: The Counting Cow, and The Adventures of Doctor Snow White Chicken and Her Seven Frog Physician Assistants. Rachel’s mission is to foster a love of reading, to encourage independent thinking, and to spread a message of kindness above all else.

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Cat Spies Mouse What happens when an arrogant, impatient cat comes head-to-head with a humble, patient mouse? The possibility for change. Tiny Mouse is a game-changer who asks big questions. With each of her thought-provoking questions, Mouse is taking small but powerful steps to make the world a better place. Fun and entertaining illustrations by Dave Atze provide additional depth and cheeky humor to this simple story with a big message about diversity and tolerance. School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Rina Foti • 978‑1‑7253‑9372‑1 [E] Illustrated by: Dave Atze eBook: 978‑1‑7253‑9373‑8 • PB: 978-1-7253-9370-7

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RINA FOTI is the author of six children’s books. When she is not writing, Rina enjoys teaching, visiting schools, and doing author presentations. Rina’s hobbies include cooking delicious food for her husband and three children, swimming in the Indian Ocean, and collecting seashells near her home in Australia. DAVE ATZE is a professional fun-haver and illustrator of all things cute and cuddly. Commonly found sketching up a storm with his trusty canine by his side, Dave has worked in cartoons, comics, games, toys, advertising, and children’s books. Dave has illustrated several children’s picture books with award-winning authors. 4

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Stan the Elephant Stan loves to talk. But no one ever wants to listen! Not the birds, the lion, the alligator, or the zebra. Stan is about to give up hope when he discovers a tiny friend who has been listening all along. With charming mixed-media illustrations by author Manica Musil, this story will touch the heart of anyone who has ever felt ignored or alone. School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Stan the Elephant

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Manica K. Musil • 978‑1‑7253‑9404‑9 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑7253‑9405‑6 • PB: 978-1-7253-9402-5

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MANICA K. MUSIL is an award-winning architect and graphic designer who began writing stories and poems after her first child was born. Now the mother of three, she is also the author and illustrator of more than ten children’s books, including Stan the Elephant. Manica has recreated several of her stories as gallery installations and puppet shows.

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Reading Level: 1–2 Interest Level: Pre K–3

A Dragon Named Egg It’s hard to be different. For Egg, it was almost impossible. As the first dragon ever born from an egg, he was remarkable, and he was unlike anyone else in his family. Small for his age, unable to fly or breathe fire, and given a silly name, Egg struggles to figure out how he fits in. However, sometimes the smallest being can make the biggest change. SEL connections: • Accurate self-perception • Recognizing strengths • Self-confidence School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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A Dragon Named Egg

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Heidi Howarth • 978‑1‑4994‑8644‑5 [E] Illustrated by: Daniel Howarth eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8645‑2 • PB: 978-1-4994-8643-8

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HEIDI HOWARTH has written several popular children’s books.

She often collaborates with her husband, illustrator Dan Howarth, whom she met in college. She lives in the countryside with Dan and their two children.

DANIEL HOWARTH started drawing from a very early age and went on to get a college degree in illustration. He started creating his own collection of greetings cards with his wife and fellow children’s author, Heidi Howarth. Dan works from his studio in the countryside and enjoys the wealth of inspiration and imagination that come from his surroundings, Heidi, and their two children. 6

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Agnes the Invisible In the city where they lived, homeless people were invisible to Chelsea and Leo Wellington, until they met Agnes. Agnes had been a teacher and, like Chelsea and Leo, she loved to study bugs. However, then she got sick. She lost her job, her home, and her dreams. Agnes helps Chelsea and Leo solve a problem. Can they find a way to help her? SEL Connections: • Perspective taking • Empathy • Respect for others • Social engagement • Relationship building • Ethical responsibility School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Jennifer Moore-Mallinos • 978‑1‑4994‑8647‑6 [E] Ilustrated by: Marta Fàbrega eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8648‑3 • PB: 978-1-4994-8646-9

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JENNIFER MOORE-MALLINOS is a social worker

and the author of several children’s books. Jennifer’s books focus on family situations, life skills, childhood disorders, and everyday situations. Born in Canada, Jennifer now lives in Cleveland with her husband and three children.

MARTA FÀBREGA is an illustrator based in Barcelona, Spain. Rosen Publishing

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Caged Caged is a wordless and witty tale of freedom, ingenuity, and thwarted ambition. While a bluebird builds her nest in the forest, two eccentric gentlemen have a more ambitious construction in mind: a vast palatial building made from birdcages filled with colorful parrots. As the trees come down and the structure goes up, the bluebird watches the spectacle. More and more caged birds are consigned to their fate until at last a huge dome completes the work. However, when the celebrating architects go in to admire their creation, the little bluebird brings their ambitions crashing down around them. SEL Connections: • Empathy • Respect for others • Analyzing situations • Solving problems • Ethical responsibility School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Duncan Annand • 978‑1‑4994‑8650‑6 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8651‑3 • PB: 978-1-4994-8649-0

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DUNCAN ANNAND is a former architect whose skill shines through clearly in the majestic structure created in Caged. Duncan earned a degree in children’s book illustration in 2017. Caged is his first picture book. 8

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Detective Zebra & the Mystery of the Missing Tarts Young curious readers will meet Detective Zebra and his trusty partner Dot as they investigate their first mystery: the untimely disappearance of the jam tarts. Who could have taken the delicious sticky treats? Readers will follow the crumbs to find out. SEL connections: • Teamwork • Communication • Analyzing situations • Solving problems School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Detective Zebra & the Mystery of the Missing Tarts Gill McLean • 978‑1‑4994‑8665‑0 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8666‑7 • PB: 978-1-4994-8664-3

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GILL MCLEAN has written, illustrated, and

designed many children’s books. She also works as an in-house designer for Templar Publishing, where she designs everything from picture books to popups. Gill spent most of her childhood drawing and exploring the hills and streams near her home. To this day she maintains an interest in all things wiggly. She lives with her husband and two children.

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Reading Level: 1–2 Interest Level: Pre K–3

Grandma’s List Fatima was tired of people treating her like a child. Determined to prove her worth, she sets off to complete the tasks on Grandma’s to-do list. She resists all distractions. However, when she reaches her first destination, she realizes she has lost the list. Fatima is certain she remembers everything on the list and doles out instructions to her family accordingly. But as the family sits down to dinner, they slowly realize that, perhaps, Fatima didn’t remember quite as well as she had thought. SEL connections: • Accurate self-perception • Recognizing strengths • Self-confidence • Empathy School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Grandma’s List

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Portia Dery • 978‑1‑4994‑8632‑2 [E] Illustrated by: Toby Newsome eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8633‑9 • PB: 978-1-4994-8631-5

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PORTIA DERY is a writer from Ghana. She is an

activist for literacy. Portia is the founder and current director of the African Youth Writers Organization. Grandma’s List is her first book.

TOBY NEWSOME is an illustrator from South Africa. He works in publishing and advertising for clients around the world. Toby has a special passion for narrative illustration and loves making a great story come to life on the page. 10

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Momo & Lily Lily is sad because she doesn’t have anyone to play with. But one day she receives an unexpected package. Inside is Momo. What’s Momo? Young readers will join Lily in her adventure to find out, making a new best friend along the way. SEL connections: • Identifying emotions • Recognizing strengths • Respect for others • Relationship building • Teamwork • Solving problems School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Momo & Lily

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Katarína Macurová • 978‑1‑4994‑8656‑8 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8657‑5 • PB: 978-1-4994-8655-1

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KATARÍNA MACUROVÁ is an award-winning illustrator and author. Her characters, art style, and stories are inspired by her travels around the world. Rosen Publishing

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Igor The only thing Igor knows for sure about himself is his name. He loves to play and watch the animals—but why has he never seen anyone else like him? This question inspires Igor to leave home and go on a journey to learn new things about himself and his place in the world. SEL connections: • Accurate self-perception • Self-confidence • Goal setting • Appreciating diversity • Respect for others School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Francesca Dafne Vignaga • 978-1-4994-8659-9 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑4994-8660-5 • PB: 978-1-4994-8658-2

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FRANCESCA DAFNE VIGNAGA lives in and works

from her grandparents’ house in Vicenza, Italy. A prolific and multifaceted artist, she has illustrated many children’s books and participated in collective and individual exhibitions around the world. Francesca also collaborates with a psychiatric rehabilitation center in the creation of murals and organizes creativity labs for children.

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Paint with Magic This funny rhyming tale tells the story of an aspiring artist, an outrageous octopus, and a multitude of magical sea creatures. When a child paints an octopus with magic paints, the octopus comes to life, eager to offer plenty of advice on how the painting should be done. As the story and painting unfold, all the marine animals join in the fun, until the paint dries. Will it be the best painting ever? SEL connections: • Impulse control • Respect for others • Identifying problems • Solving problems School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Sandi Wooton • 978‑1‑4994‑8641‑4 [E] Illustrated by: Pat Kan eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8642‑1 • PB: 978-1-4994-8640-7

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SANDI WOOTON is an award-winning writer of

poetry, science fiction, and fantasy. Passionate about children’s literature, Sandi regularly contributes poems and stories to educational magazines. Paint with Magic is Sandi’s first picture book.

PAT KAN is a talented, versatile artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. Pat Kan has illustrated several children’s books. Rosen Publishing

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No, I Won’t Karl the Crocodile is tired of everyone telling him what to do. One day, he rebels. When anyone asks him to do something, he says,“No, I won’t!” Finally, everyone leaves Karl alone. A very lonely Karl realizes that sometimes it’s better to say,“Yes, I will.” SEL connections: • Impulse control • Social engagement • Relationship building School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Manica K. Musil • 978‑1‑4994‑8662‑9 [E] eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8663‑6 • PB: 978-1-4994-8661-2

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Theo the Flea Theo dreams of becoming a great explorer like his grandfather. After hearing his grandfather’s tales of a mysterious place called Leo, Theo sets off to go where no flea had gone before. SEL connections: • Self-confidence • Self-discipline • Self-motivation • Goal setting • Analyzing situations • Evaluating • Reflecting School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Pink! Pink! is a heartwarming story about learning to be different. Patrick wakes up one morning to find he’s turned pink overnight. But boys can’t be pink! Rejected by his friends, poor Patrick runs away in search of new pink playmates. He crosses oceans where he finds some pink flamingos, but will he ever fit in with them? Patrick soon learns that friendship is never black and white, but that real friends will accept you just as you are. SEL Connections: • Accurate self-perception • Self-confidence • Appreciating diversity • Respect for others School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Lynne Rickards • 978‑1‑4994‑8653‑7 [E] Illustrated by: Margaret Chamberlain eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8654‑4 • PB: 978-1-4994-8652-0

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LYNNE RICKARDS

Born and raised in Canada, Lynne Rickards began writing stories for her own children. Her first story was about a penguin because her son loved them. She currently lives with her husband in Glasgow, Scotland.

MARGARET CHAMBERLAIN

Margaret has produced illustrations for many children’s books. She loves producing illustrations of children and animals, especially dogs. Her favorites are little white ones with black patches.

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Which Is the Right Ball? A little boy is looking for the right ball to play with.The first one is too light, the second too heavy. The third is too small. Will he ever find just the right ball? SEL connections: • Goal setting • Identifying problems • Solving problems School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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KATARÍNA MACUROVÁ is an award-winning illustrator and author. Her characters, art style, and stories are inspired by her travels around the world. Rosen Publishing

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Sky Private Eye Sky Private Eye investigates all different kinds of mysteries in this exciting series. She looks for Cinderella, who has vanished, Little Red Riding Hood’s missing grandma, and the Gingerbread Boy, who has run away. Within the age-appropriate and accessible main text of each story, helpful clues encourage young readers to use their problem-solving skills in order to try to solve the mysteries. This set puts a unique spin on classic fairy tales, keeping readers interested and engaged with every turn of the page. • Simple text provides an accessible reading experience for readers at a variety of skill levels • Familiar storylines from fairy tales presented in a fun way spark interest in developing readers • Colorful and creative design elements pair well with cleverly written narratives School & Library Price reflects 25% off the List Price Paperback School & Library Price reflects 15% off the List Price

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Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Missing Grandma: A Fairy-Tale Mystery Starring Little Red Riding Hood Jane Clarke • 978‑1‑4994‑8671‑1 [E] Ilustrated by: Loretta Schauer eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8672‑8 • PB: 978-1-4994-8670-4

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Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Runaway Cookie: A Fairy-Tale Mystery Starring the Gingerbread Boy Jane Clarke • 978‑1‑4994‑8674‑2 [E] Ilustrated by: Loretta Schauer eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8675‑9 • PB: 978-1-4994-8673-5

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Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Sparkly Slipper: A Fairy-Tale Mystery Starring Cinderella Jane Clarke • 978‑1‑4994‑8668‑1 [E] Ilustrated by: Loretta Schauer eBook: 978‑1‑4994‑8669‑8 • PB: 978-1-4994-8667-4

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Interest Level: Pre K–3

9” x 9” • Library Binding • 32 pp. • Full-Color Illustrations • Recipes

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JANE CLARKE is the author of more than 45 children’s books. With a doctorate in archaeology, she has lived all over the world, including the United States and Mexico. Jane began to write while working as a part-time librarian in Belgium. Now living in England, she frequently visits schools to inspire children to read and write. LORETTA SCHAUER originally trained as a dancer. A self-taught artist, Loretta won an illustration contest in 2011 and has since illustrated numerous picture books and fiction titles. She lives in North London at the top of a tall gray building with her husband and pet hamster. One day she hopes to live beside the seaside with a garden full of chickens and guinea pigs. 18

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