Title Archive H – N


H is for Haiku: A Treasury of Haiku from A to Z, written by Sydell Rosenberg | illustrated by Sawsan Chalabi

H is for Honey: A Beekeepers Alphabet, written by Robbyn Smith van Frankenhuyzen | illustrated by Eileen Ryan Ewen

Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin, written by Chieri Uegaki | illustrated by Qin Leng

Hannah’s Tall Order: An A to Z Sandwich, written by Linda Vander Heyden | illustrated by Kayla Harren

Hanukkah Cookies with Sprinkles, written by David Adler | illustrated by Jeffrey Ebbeler

Hanukkah Hamster, written by Michelle Markel | illustrated by André Ceolin

Happy, by Emma Dodd

Happy Dreamer, by Peter Reynolds

Harriet Can Carry It, written by Kirk Jay Mueller | illustrated by Sarah Vonthron-Laver

Harry and Clare’s Amazing Staycation, written by Ted Staunton | illustrated by Mika Song

A Hat for Mrs. Goldman, a Story of Knitting and Love, Written by Michelle Edwards | illustrated by G. Brian Karas

Heart on Fire: Susan B. Anthony Votes for President, by Ann Mallaspina

Hector: A Boy, a Protest, and the Photograph that Changed Apartheid, by Adrienne Wright

Hector and Hummingbird, by Nicholas John Frith

Hedy Lamarr’s Double Life: Hollywood Legend and Brilliant Inventor, written by Laurie Wallmark | illustrated by Katy Wu

Hello Knights, written by Joan Holub | illustrated by Chris Dickason

Hello Lighthouse, by Sophie Blackall

Helping Brother Rhinoceros, written by Monica L. Bond | illustrated by Kayla Harren

Henry & Leo, by Pamela Zagarenski

Henry’s Freedom Box, by Ellen Levine

Hensel and Gretel Ninja Chicks, written by Corey Rosen Schwartz and Rebecca J. Gomez | illustrated by Dan Santat

Her Right Foot, written by Dave Eggers | illustrated by Shawn Harris

Here to There and Me to You, written by Carly Keely | illustrated by Celia Kampien

Hey, Charleston!: The True Story of the Jenkins Orphanage Band, by Anne Rockwell and Colin Bootman

Hi, Koo!, A Year of Seasons, by Jon J Muth

Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race, written by Margot Lee Shetterly | illustrated by Laura Freeman

The Hiding Game, written by Gwen Strauss | illustrated by Herb Leonhard

The Hole Story of the Doughnut, written by Pat Miller | illustrated by Vincent X. Kirsch

Homer Henry Hudson’s Curio Museum, by Zack Rock

Honey, the Dog Who Saved Abe Lincoln, by Shari Swanson | Illustrated by Chuck Groenink

The Honeybee Man, written by Lela Nargi | illustrated by Kyrsten Brooker

Hooked, by Tommy Greenwald

Hooray for Books!, by Brian Won

Hooray for Hat, written by Brian Won

Hot Dog! Eleanor Roosevelt Throws a Picnic, written by Leslie Kimmelman | illustrated by Victor Juhasz

Hotel Bruce, by Ryan T. Higgins

The House that Jane Built: A Story about Jane Addams, written by Tanya Lee Stone | illustrated by Kathryn Brown

How Jelly Roll Morton Invented Jazz, by Jonah Winter and Keith Mallett

How Many Baby Animals?, by Guido van Genechten

How the Cooke Crumbled: The True (and Not-so-True) Stores of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie, by Gilbert Ford

How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum, by Jessie Hartland

How the Meteorite Got to the Museum, by Jessie Hartland

How to Bake a Book, by Ella Burfurt

How to Code a Sandcastle, written by Josh Funk | illustrated by Sara Palacios

How to Make a Cherry Pie and See the USAby Marjorie Priceman

How to Make Friends with a Ghost, by Rebecca Green

How to Put Your Parents to Bed, written by Mylisa Larson | illustrated by Babette Cole

How to Spot a Mom, written by Donna Amey Bhatt | illustrated by Aura Lewis

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy, written by Erin Daniel Russell | illustrated by Jennifer Hanson Rolli

Hug It Out!, by Louis Thomas

Hug Machine, by Scott Campbell

Hug This Book, written by Barney Saltzberg | illustrated by Fred Bengalia

Huggy the Python Hugs Too Hard, written by Ame Dyckman | illustrated by Alex G. Griffiths

Hurry and the Monarchby Antoine Ó Flatharta

Hush Little Polar Bear, by Jeff Mack


I am Abraham Lincoln, by Brad Meltzer

I am Amelia Earhart, written by Brad Meltzer | illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos

I Am a Big Brother!, by Caroline Jayne Church

I Am a Cat, by Galia Bernstein

I Am a Story, by Dan Yaccarino

I Am Henry Finch, written by Alexis Deacon | illustrated by Viviane Schwarz

I Am Martin Luther King, Jr. written by Brad Meltzer | Illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos

I Dissent: The Story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, written by Debbie Levy | illustrated by Elizabeth Baddeley

I Don’t Want to be a Frog, by Dev Petty and Mike Boldt

I Got the Christmas Spirit, written by Connie Schofield-Morrison | Illustrated by Frank Morrison

I Have a Balloon, written by Ariel Bernstein | illustrated by Scott Magoon

Don’t Like Snakes, written by Nicola Davies | illustrated by Luciano Lozano

I Love You, Elephant, illustrated by Carles Ballesteros

I Love You for Miles and Miles, written by Alison Goldberg | illustrated by Mike Yamada

I Walk with Vanessa, by Karosoët

I Want That Love, by Tatsuya Miyanishi

I Want to Grow, by Ged Adamson

Ice Cream Summer, by Peter Sis

Iced Out, by CK Smouha | illustrated by Isabella Bunnell

Idea Jar, written by Adam Lehrhaupt | illustrated by Deb Pilutti

If I Built a House, by Chris Van Dusen

If I Had a Gryphon, written by Vikki VanSickle | illustrated by Cale Atkinson

If Snowflakes Tasted Like Fruitcake, by Stacey Previn

If You Want to Fall Asleep, written by Jackie Azuá Kramer | illustrated by Lisa Brandenburg

I’ll See You in the Morningby Mike Jolley; Illustrated by Mique Moriuchi

I’ll Wait, Mr. Panda, by Steve Antony

In a Village by the Sea, written by Muon Van | Illustrated by April Chu

In My Heart, written by Mackenzie Porter | illustrated by Jenny Løvlie

In the Garden, by Emma Giuliani

The Incredible Book-Eating Boyby Oliver Jeffers

Interrupting Chicken, by David Ezra Stein

Interrupting Chicken and the Elephant of Surprise, by David Ezra Stein

Is a Bald Eagle Really Bald?, by Martha E. H. Rustad and  Holli Conger

It’s a Field Trip, Busy Bus! written by Jody Jensen Shaffer | illustrated by Claire Messer

It’s Great Being a Dad, written by Dan Bar-el | illustrated by Gina Perry

It’s Not Jack and the Beanstalk, written by Josh Funk | illustrated by Edwardian Taylor

It’s Only Stanley, by Jon Agee

It’s Show and Tell, Dexter!, by Lindsay Ward

It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon, by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

It’s Your First Day of School, Busy Bus!, written by Jody Jensen Shaffer | illustrated by Claire Messer

The Itsy Bitsy School Bus, written by Jeffrey Burton | Illustrated by Sanja Rešček

I’ve Got to Go, by Guido van Genechten


Jabari Jumps, by Gaia Cornwall

Jack and the Giant Barbecue, written by Eric A. Kimmel, illustrated by John Manders

Jack B. Ninja, written by Tim McCanna | illustrated by Stephen Savage

Jackrabbit McCabe and the Electric Telegraph, written by Lucy Margaret Rozier | illustrated by Leo Espinosa

Jazz Day: The Making of a Famous Photograph, written by Roxane Orgill | Illustrated by Francis Vallejo

Johnny Appleseedby Reeve Lindbergh; illustrated by Kathy Jakobsen

Joseph Had a Little Overcoat, by Simms Taback

The Journey, by Francesca Sanna

Julián is a Mermaid, by Jessica Love

Juma the Giraffe, written by Monica L. Bond | illustrated by Kayla Harren

Jumping Off Library Shelves, by Lee Bennett Hopkins

Juniper Kai: Super Spy, written by Laura Gehl | Illustrated by Alexandria Neonakis

Junk: A Spectacular Tale of Trash, written by Nicholas Day | illustrated by Tim Disbury

Just Going to the Dentistby Mercer Mayer

Just Like Rube Goldberg, written by Sara Aronson | illustrated by Robert Neubecker

Just Me and My Mom, by Mercer Mayer


Kate Warne: Pinkerton Detective, written by Marissa Moss | illustrated by April Chu

Kate, Who Tamed the Wind, written by Liz Garton Scanlon | illustrated by Lee White

Kevin’s Kwanzaa, written by Lisa Bullard | Illustrated by Constanza Basaluzzo

Kindergarrrten Bus, written by Mike Ornstein | illustrated by Kevin Barry

The King and the Magician, written by Jorge Bucay | illustrated by Gusti

King Ben and Sir Rhino, by Eric Sailer

Kisses and Cuddles, by little bee books

Kitchen Dance, by Maurie J. Manning

Kite Day: a Bear and Mole Story, by Will Hillenbrand

Kitten and the Night Watchman, written by John Sullivan | illustrated by Taeeun Yoo

Knock Knock, written by Tammi Sauer | illustrated by Guy Francis

Koala Is Not a Bear, written by Kristin L. Gray | illustrated by Rachel McAlister

The Knowing Book, by Rebecca Kai Dotlich and Matthew Cordell

Kuma-Kuma Chan’s House, by Kazue Takahash


La Princesa and the Pea, written by Susan Middleton Elya | iIlustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal

Lady Liberty’s Holiday, written by Jen Arena | illustrated by Matt Hunt

Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast, written by Josh Funk | illustrated by Brendan Kearney

Last Stop on Market Street, written by Matt De La Peña | illustrated by Christian Robinson

The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors, written by Drew DeWalt | illustrated by Adam Rex

Let Liberty Rise! How America’s Schoolchildren Helped Save the Statue of Liberty, written by Chana Stiefel | illustrated by Chuck Groenink

Let’s Do Nothing, by Tony Fucile

Let’s Go, Bobby, by Ruth Wielockx

Let’s Go on a Digger, by Roslyn Albert | illustrated by Natalia Moore

Let’s Go on a Plane, by Roslyn Albert | illustrated by Natalia Moore

Let’s Go on a Train, by Roslyn Albert | illustrated by Natalia Moore

Lexie the Word Wrangler, written by Rebecca Van Slyke | illustrated by Jessie Hartland

Leyla, by Galia Bernstein

The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq, by Jeanette Winter

Library Day, written by Anne Rockwell | illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell

Life on Mars, by Jon Agee

Lights Out, written by Marsha Diane Arnold |illustrated by Susan Reagan

Lily’s Cat Mask, by Julie Fortenberry

Lincoln Tells a Joke: How Laughter Saved the President (and the Country), written by Kathleen Krull and Paul Brewer | illustrated by Stacy Innerst

The Lion and the Bird, by Marianne Dubuk

The Lion Inside, by Rachel Bright

Lion Lessons, by Jon Agee

Little Bear Dreams, by Paul Schmid

Little Chef, written by Matt Stine and Elisabeth Weinberg | illustrated by Paige Keiser

A Little Chicken, written by Tammi Sauer | illustrated by Dan Taylor

Little Dandelion Seeds the World, written by Julia Richardson | illustrated by Kristen and Kevin Howdeshell

Little Elliot, Fall Friends, by Mike Curato

Little Mole Finds Hope, written by Glenys Nellist | Sally Garland

The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear, written by Don and Audrey Wood | illustrated by Don Wood

Little Penguin Gets the Hiccups, by Tadgh Bentley

Little Penguins, written by Cynthia Rylant | Illustrated by Christian Robinson

Little Polar Bear, by Hans de Beer

The Little Rabbit Who Liked to Say Moo, by Jonathan Allen

The Little Red Cat Who Ran Away and Learned His ABC’s (the Hard Way), by Patrick McDonnell

The Little Red Crane, by Cornelius Van Wright

Little Red Gliding Hood, written by Tara Lazar | illustrated by Troy Cummings

The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridgewritten by Hildegarde H. Swift | illustrated by Lynd Ward

Little Red Writing, written by Joan Holub | illustrated by Melissa Sweet

The Little Reindeer, by Nicola Killen

The Little Spacecraft That Could, by Joyce Lapin and Simona Ceccarelli

Little White Fish Is So Happy, by Guido Van Genechten

Little Wolf’s First Howling, written by Laura McGee Kvasnosky | illustrated by Kate Harvey McGee

Little Yellow Truck, written by Eve Bunting | illustrated by Kevin Zimmer

Locomotive, by Brian Floca

Lola Dutch I Love You So Much, by Kenneth and Sarah Jane Wright

Lola Gets a Cat, written by Anna McQuinn | illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw

Lola Plants a Garden, written by Anna McQuinn |illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw

The Lonely Mailman, written by Susanna Isern | illustrated by Daniel Montero Galán

The Lonely Phone Booth, written by Peter Ackerman | illustrated by Max Dalton

LOOK! Babies Head to Toe, written by Robie H. Harris | illustrated by Anoosha Syed

Look Up! Henrietta Leavitt, Pioneering Woman Astronomer, written by y Robert Burleigh | illustrated by Raúl Colón

Lorenzo the Pizza-Loving Lobster, by Claire Lordon

Love and the Rocking Chair, by Diane Dillon and Leo Dillon

Love is Kind, written by Laura Sassi | Illustrated by Lison Chaperon

Lotus & Feather, written by Ji-li Jiang | illustrated by Julie Downing

Lucky to Live in Connecticut, by Kate B. Jerome

Lulu and Rocky in Milwaukee, written by Barbara Joosse | illustrated by Renée Graef

Lunch Money and Other Poems About Schoolby Carol Diggery Shields; illustrated by Paul Meise


Madeline Finn and the Library Dog, by Lisa Papp

The Magician’s Secret, written by Zachary Hyman | illustrated by Joe Bluhm

Magnolia Mudd and the Jumptastic Launcher, written by Katie Howes | illustrated by Valerio Fabbretti

The Maine Coon’s Haiku: and Other Poems for Cat Loverswritten by Michael Rosen | illustrated by Lee Anthony White 

Making a Friend, written by Tammi Sauer | illustrated by Alison Friend

Mango, Abuela, and Me, written by Meg Medina | Illustrated by Angela Dominguez

Maps, by Aleksandra Mizielińska and Daniel Mizielińska

Magnolia Mudd and the Super Jumptastic Launcher, written by Katie Howes | illustrated by Valerio Fabbretti

Manhattan: Mapping the Story of an Island, by Jennifer Thermes

Margaret and the Moon: How Margaret Hamilton Saved the First Lunar Landing, written by Dean Robbins | illustrated by Lucy Knisley

Marie Curie: Little People, Big Dreams | Marie: My First Marie Curie Board Book, written by Isabel Sánchez Vegara | illustrated by Frau Isa

Marty’s Mission: An Apollo 11 Story, written by Judy Young | illustrated by David Miles

The Marvelous Thing That Came from a Spring: The Accidental Invention of the Toy That Swept the Nation, by Gilbert Ford

Mary Who Wrote Frankenstein, written by Linda Bailey | illustrated by Júlia Sardà

Max… Attacks, written by Kathi Appelt | illustrated by Penelope Dullaghan

Max and Marla Are Having a Picnic, by Alexandra Boiger

May I Come In?, written by Marsha Diane Arnold | illustrated by Jennie Poh

Maya Lin: Artist-Architect of Light and Lines, written by Jeanne Walker Harvey | illustrated by Dow Phumiruk

Me and My Cars, by Liesbet Slegers

Meet the Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright, by Patricia Geis

Meet the Dullards, written by Sara Pennypacker | Illustrated by Daniel Salmieri

Meet the McKaws, by Ged Adamson

Mela and the Elephant, written by Dow Phumirik | illustrated by Ziyue Chen

Memoirs of a Tortoise, written by Devin Scillian | illustrated by Tim Bowers

Memphis, Martin, and the Mountaintop: The Sanitation Strike of 1968, written by Alice Faye Duncan | illustrated by R.Gregory Christie

Meow!, by Victoria Ying

Mesmerized: How Ben Franklin Solved a Mystery that Baffled All of France, written by Mara Rockliff | Illustrated by Iacopo Bruno

Mice Skating, written by Annie Silvestro | illustrated by Teagan White

The Midnight Library, by Kazuno Kohara

Miep and the Most Famous Diary: The Woman Who Rescued Anne Frank’s Diary, written by Meeg Pincus | Illustrated by Jordi Solano

Migration: Incredible Animal Journeys, written by Mike Unwin | Illustrated by Jenni Desmond

A Million Dots, by Sven Völker

Miracle Mud: Lena Blackburne and the Secret Mud that Changed Baseball, written by David A. Kelly | illustrated by Oliver Dominguez

Mirror Play, by Monte Shin

Miss Colfax’s Light, written by Aimée Bissonette | illustrated by Eileen Ryan Ewen

Miss Fannie’s Hat, written by Jan Karon | illustrated by Toni Goffe

Miss Maple’s Seeds, by Eliza Wheeler

Mission Defrostable, written by Josh Funk | illustrated by Brendan Kearney

Misunderstood Shark, written by Ame Dyckman | illustrated by Scott Magoon

The Mitten Tree, written by Candace Christiansen | illustrated by Elaine Greenstein

Moldilocks and the Three Scares: A Zombie Tale, written by Lynn Marie | illustrated by David Rodriguez Lorenzo

Molly & Mae: A Friendship Journey, written by Danny Parker | illustrated by Freya Blackwood

Mom Loves Little Jumbo, by Yasushi Muraki

Mommy, Baby, and Me, written by Linda Elovitz Marshall | illustrated by Ged Adamson

More Blueberries!, written by Susan Musgrave | illustrated by Esperança Melo

More-igami, written by Dori Kleber |illustrated by G. Brian Karas

A Most Clever Girl: How Jane Austen Discovered Her Voice, written by Jasmine A. Stirling | illustrated by Vesper Stamper

The Most Magnificent Thing, by Ashley Spires

Most People, written by Michael Lennah | illustrated by Jennifer E. Morris

Mother Bruceby Ryan T. Higgins

Mother Ghost: Nursery Rhymes for Little Monsters, written by Rachel Kolar | illustrated by Roland Garrigue

Motomice, by Paul Owen Lewis

Mountain Chef: How One Man Lost His Groceries, Changed His Plans, and Helped Cook Up the National Park Service, written by Bay Pimentel | illustrated by Rich Lo

The Mouse and the Moon, by Gabriel Alborozo

Mr. Brown’s Fantastic Hat, by Ayano Imaí

Mr. Goat’s Valentine, written by Eve Bunting | illustrated by Kevin Zimmer

The Museum, written by Susan Verde | illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds

Music Class Todayby David Weinstone; Illustrated by Vin Vogel

Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition (Once Upon a Masterpiece Series), by Anna Harwell Celenza and JoAnn E. Kitchel

My First Book of Japanese Words: An ABC Rhyming Book of Japanese Language and Culture, written by Michelle Haney Brown | illustrated by Aya Padron

My First Book of Patterns, written by Bobby and June George | illustrated by Boyoun Kim

My Good Morning, written by Kim Crockett Corson | illustrated by Jelena Brezovec

My Heart Fills with Happiness, written by Monique Gray Smith | illustrated by Julie Flett

My Magical Dragon, illustrated by Yujin Shin

My Name Is Not Isabella: Just How Big Can a Little Girl Dream?, written by Jennifer Fosberry | illustrated by Mike Litwin

My Pet Book, by Robert Staake

My Very Own Room / Mi propio cuartito, written by / Escrito por Amada Irma Peréz | Illustrated by Ilustrado por Maya Chrstina Gonzalez


Nadia: the Girl Who Couldn’t Sit Still, written by Karlin Gray | illustrated by Christine Davenier

The Name Jar, written by Yangsook Choi

Narwhal’s Otter Friend, by Ben Clanton

Nasty BugsPoems Selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins; Illustrated by Will Terry

National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America, by Jonathan Alderfer

Ned the Knitting Pirate, written by Diana Murray | illustrated by Leslie Lammle

Nerdy Birdy Tweets, written by Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Matt Davies

Neville, written by Norton Juster | illustrated by G. Brian Karas

The Night Before the Fourth of July, written by Natasha Wing |illustrated by Amy Wummer

Ninja! Attack of the Clan, by Arree Chung

The Noisy Clock Shop, written by Jean Horton Berg | illustrated by Art Seiden

The Noisy Paintbox: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky’s Abstract Art, written by Barb Rosenstock | illustrated by Mary GrandPré

Norton and Alpha, by Kristyna Litten

Noodle Magic, written by Roseanne Greenfield Thong | illustrated by Meilo So

Not Now Cow, written by Tammi Sauer | illustrated by Troy Cummings

Nothing Rhymes with Orange, by Adam Rex

Nothing Wee About Me! A Magical Adventure, written by Kim Chaffee | illustrated by Laura Bobbiesi

Now, by Antoinette Portis

Now? Not Yet!, by Gina Perry

Now You Know What you Eat, by Valorie Fisher

Nugget & Fang: Friends Forever—or Snack Time?, written by Tammi Sauer | illustrated by Michael Slack

Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of Sarah Edmonds, A Civil War Hero, written by Marissa Moss | illustrated by John Hendrix

The Nuts Keep Rolling!, written by Eric Litwin | illustrated by Scott Magoon