My People - Langston Hughes and Charles R. Smith Jr.

Langston Hughes’s thirty-three word poem My People (Atheneum, $17.99) is a joyous celebration of being African American. Charles R. Smith Jr.’s black-and-white photographs of African Americans, from newborns to elderly, from light-skinned to dark-skinned movingly illustrate the many faces of Hughes’s people today. Ages 2 up.
My People By Langston Hughes, Charles R. Smith Jr. (Illustrator) Cover Image
$19.99
ISBN: 9781416935407
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Published: Atheneum Books for Young Readers - January 6th, 2009

Horrid Henry - Francesca Simon and Tony Ross

Because Horrid Henry (4 titles in all) (Sourcebooks, $4.99) is no model child, he takes the reader along for some real laughs. In one story, Henry is miserable because all of his classmates and even Peter Perfect, his younger brother, have lost teeth. He has lost none, and so he tries to outsmart the Tooth Fairy, with predictably disastrous results. Another story takes place at the fancy restaurant, Le Posh, where things don’t quite go how his parents planned with all that yucky fancy food. And then there’s Peter Perfect’s revenge against Henry with the love letters to Moody Margaret! Francesca Simon’s Horrid Henry is hilarious. Ages 6-10.
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By Francesca Simon, Tony Ross (Illustrator)
$7.99
ISBN: 9781402217753
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Published: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky - April 1st, 2009

Elephants Cannot Dance! - Mo Willems

Gerald, an elephant, insists that Elephants Cannot Dance! (Hyperion, $8.99), but his best friend Piggie is not convinced. Ever the optimist, Piggie tries to teach his large, heavy friend some dance moves. Mo Willems’s entertaining duo returns for more fun and laughs. Ages 4-8.
Elephants Cannot Dance!-An Elephant and Piggie Book By Mo Willems Cover Image
$10.99
ISBN: 9781423114109
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Published: Hyperion Books for Children - June 9th, 2009

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