BOOKS


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Diana: Princess of the Amazons
By Shannon Hale, Dean Hale

Diana Princess of the Amazons

From New York Times bestselling authors Shannon Hale and Dean Hale comes a heartfelt story about making mistakes, learning the hard way, and growing up to become a hero.

Eleven-year-old Diana leads an idyllic life on the island of Themyscira. Cut off from the rest of the world, she's beginning to feel a little alone. Though she has a loving mother and many "aunties," she is an only child. In fact, the only child on the entire island!

After an escapade goes wrong, Diana gets in trouble for not living up to the Amazonian standard. She just can't seem to measure up no matter what she does. Every other person on the island is an adult proficient in their trade and mighty in body, while she is gangly, sometimes clumsy, and not particularly good at anything. She's not Wonder Woman... yet anyway. What Diana needs is a friend; someone her own age whom she can talk to. But when she decides to take matters into her own hands, she encounters the unexpected!


Meow!
By Victoria Ying

Meow! 

Meow? Meow? MEOW!

Meow! is a charming, mostly wordless picture book about a feisty young kitten who gets frustrated when her family is too busy to play.

Featuring expressive art and sparse text, this fun read-aloud will allow parents and kids to creatively tell the story by expressing just one word in lots of different ways. This sweet and clever picture book is sure to charm readers through to the final purr.


Not Quite Black and White
By Jonathan Ying

Not Quite Black and White 

Silly animals star in this lively picture book that introduces colors in a unique and catchy way.

Have you ever seen a zebra wearing pink polka dots? Or a penguin with bright-yellow boots?

Debut brother-and-sister team Jonathan and Victoria Ying presents these surprisingly colorful animals and more in this clever celebration of colors.


Lost and Found What's that Sound?

It's a busy day at Rabbit's Lost and Found. Poor Squirrel has lost his drum, Elephant has lost her piano, and Bat has lost his entire band! Will Rabbit find their lost instruments before show time?

With lively rhyming text and colorful illustrations, this sturdy board book from brother-and-sister team Jonathan and Victoria Ying (Not Quite Black and White) is perfect for little hands.


Take a Ride by My Side
By Jonathan Ying

Take a Ride by my Side

With simple, animated rhymes and whimsical illustrations that bring these adorable animals and their adventures to life, brother and sister team Jonathan and Victoria Ying (Not Quite Black and White and Lost and Found, What’s That Sound) introduce readers to all different types of vehicles in their third picture book collaboration—a great read-aloud perfect for the youngest picture book audience.


Artist Compilations


The Art of Tangled
$26.56
By Jeff Kurtti
Lovely: Ladies of Animation
By Lorelay Bové, Mingjue Helen Chen, Claire Keane, Lisa Keene, Brittney Lee, Victoria Ying
The Art of Big Hero 6
$28.85
By Jessica Julius
The Art of Frozen
$27.39
By Charles Solomon