Ins and Outs

Illustrated By: Salini Perera

This playful picture book, consisting of only the words in and out, starts with simple examples, such as a cat moving from inside to outside, and moves on to more creative interpretations, including a child's bare hand on a winter day ("out") being enveloped in their caregiver's mitt ("in”).

Kenzie's Little Tree

Illustrated By: Emilie Leduc

In this contemplative picture book, Kenzie's mom doesn't always feel well, but Kenzie learns that she is strong—just like the little tree they plant in their yard—and that together, they can get through the hard times.

No Huddles for Heloise

Illustrated By: Udayana Lugo

In this humorous picture book, Heloise the penguin doesn't like huddling with her friends (it gives her the collywobbles), so she sets off to find others like her but discovers there's no place like home—especially when your friends support you.

The Science of Babies

Illustrated By: Frank Cable

This revolutionary, beautiful and fun picture book is a perfect way to start talking to kids early about reproduction, bodies, birth and families. It will allow parents to establish that this topic, like all others, is safe and healthy to ask and talk about.

Good Boy Timmy

Illustrated By: Eugenie Fernandes

Brought to life through Eugenie Fernandes’ playful illustrations and Eric Walters’ rhythmic storytelling, Timmy is a good dog who dreams about acting out and making a mess. But at the end of the day, his love for his family helps him realize that it’s good to be good.

Welcome, Dark

Illustrated By: Rachel Wada

A stunningly illustrated board book that introduces young readers to the importance of night as a time for animals to thrive, rains to fall, winds to blow and the world to rest.

It's a They!

In this board book told in simple rhyming verse, siblings use gender-neutral pronouns to welcome a new baby into the family. Accompanied by adorable photos, this text depicts a much-loved baby who will decide their gender when they're ready—and will be loved no matter what.

Retro Radio Rainbow

Illustrated By: Jeric Tan

Retro Radio Rainbow teaches the 7 colors of the rainbow in the coolest way ever! Here’s a book that will have the parents saying, “Can we read it one more time?” Your children will be so dazzled, they might even forget to ask you what a radio is!

I Love Myself

Illustrated By: Julia Vasileva

In this picture book, a child who is learning about self-love meets different challenges—like learning to ride a bike and being afraid of the dark—with the help of a cuddly creature representing their inner self.

Lucky Me

Bruno's friend Sanjay has his own room and a pet iguana. Bruno's brother, Mateo, who is visually impaired, has a dog named Rocco who helps him get around, and Mateo is a fantastic storyteller. Bruno doesn't have a pet, and he has to share his room, but he still feels like the luckiest of all to have such a great brother and amazing friend.

Once, a Bird

Illustrated By: Nathalie Dion

In this wordless picture book, a bird emerges after winter to find the world has gone quiet. As she settles on a tree outside an apartment building, its residents notice her through their windows and find hope in her resilience and the continued rhythms of nature.

Stay My Baby

Told in rhyming verse, this board book featuring photos of babies and toddlers explores the love between parent and child and promises children that they will stay in the hearts of their caregivers forever.

The Island

The people on a remote island are happy with their lot, but learn that they must make new lives in less isolated surroundings. A story of social change, and the love that one carries for home.