This comedic picture book features Professors Glitter Pants, Star Hoof, and Sugar Beard (plus trusty lab assistant Pete)—the world’s leading unicorn experts—as they deliver the facts, settle the mysteries, and show readers that unicorns are more than just horns and rainbows… Read More Unicorns 101 by Cale Atkinson (Review)
When a little girl is given a penguin suit, she decides that living as a penguin is much more fun than just dressing as one. Penguins don’t ride the bus like people do, they don’t talk like people do, and they certainly don’t eat fish sticks like people do. Her family tells her, “You’re not actually a penguin.” But she knows that she ACTUALLY is. A hilarious new picture book about using your imagination — but also knowing that sometimes your costume needs to be washed!… Read More I Am Actually a Penguin by Sean Taylor and Kasia Matyjaszek (Review)
The story of the girl behind one of the most well-known novels — and monsters — ever, perfectly timed for the 200th anniversary of the publication of Frankenstein.… Read More Mary, Who Wrote Frankenstein by Linda Bailey and Júlia Sardà (Review)
The cult classic ’90s TV show is now a charming book for the youngest fans in the Buffyverse! In this new picture book story brought to life with enchanting, colorful illustrations, kid readers can learn about what the world’s strongest vampire slayer was like when she was a kid!… Read More Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Kim Smith (Review)
Physical copies of these books were kindly provided by the publisher, in exchange for honest reviews.