Title Archive O – Z

O

Ocean Meets Sky, by The Fan Brothers

The Octopuppy, by Martin McKenna

Oh No, Astro, written by Matt Roeser |illustrated by Brad Woodard

The Old Lion and the Little Rabbit, by Keiko Kaichi

On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein, written by Jennifer Berne | illustrated by Vladimir Radunsky

On a Magical Do-Nothing Day, by Beatrice Alemagna

On the Farm, At the Market, by G. Brian Karas

Once Upon a Memory, by Nina Laden and Renata Liwska

One Day, The End, written by Rebecca Kai Dotlich | Illustrated by Fred Koehler

One Family, written by George Shannon

One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia, by written by Miranda Paul | illustrated by Elizabeth Zunon

Opposite Surprise, by Agnese Baruzzi

The Opposite Zoo, by Il Sung Na

 Ordinary Mary’s Extraordinary Deed, by Emily Pearson

The Original Cowgirl: The Wild Adventures of Lucille Mulhall, written by Heather Lang | illustrated by Suzanne Beaky

Otter in Space, by Sam Garton

Otters Love to Play, by Jonathan London and Meilo So

Over and Under the Pond, written by Kate Messner | illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal

Owl Sees Owl, written by Laura Godwin | illustrated by Rob Dunlavey

 

P

P is for Passport: A World Alphabet, written by Devin Scillian | illustrated by nationally acclaimed artists

Painting Pepette, written by Linda Ravin Lodding | Illustrated by Claire Fletcher

Pancakes! An Interactive Recipe Book, by Lotta Nieminen

Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox: The Great Pancake Adventure, by Matt Luckhurst

Paulie’s Passover Predicament, written by Jane Sutton | illustrated by Barbara Vagnozzi

Peanut Butter & Brains, written by Joe McGee | illustrated by Charles Santoso

Peanut Butter and Cupcake, by Terry Border

Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Narwhal and Jelly Book, by Ben Clanton

Peanut Butter and Jellyfish, by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

Pedal Power: How One Community Became the Bicycle Capital of the World, by Alan Drummond

The Pencil, written by Allan Ahlberg | illustrated by Bruce Ingman

Penguin Problems, written by Jory John | illustrated by Lane Smith

The Perfect Dog, by Kevin O’Malley

Perfectly Norman, by Tom Percival 

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttonsby Eric Litwin | created and Illustrated by James Dean

Picnic, by John Burningham

Pictures from our Vacation, by Lynne Rae Perkins

Pig the Elf, by Aaron Blabey

Piggies in Pajamas, written by Michelle Meadows | illustrated by Ard Hoyt

Pigs and a Blanket, by James Burks

A Pile of Leaves, written by Jason Fulford | illustrated by Tamara Shopsin

Pink is for Blob Fish: Discovering the World’s Perfectly Pink Animals, written by Jess Keating | illustrated by David DeGrand

Pippa & Percival, Poppy & Pancake: Four Peppy Puppy, written by Deborah Diesen | illustrated by Grace Zong

Pip’s Big Hide-and-Seek Book, by Thaïs Vanderheyden

Pirasaurs, written by Josh Funk | illustrated by Michael Slack

Pirate’s Perfect Pet, written by Beth Ferry | illustrated by Matt Myers

Pizza! An Interactive Recipe Book, by Lotta Nieminen

Pluto’s Secret: An Icy World’s Tale of Discovery, written by Margaret A. Weitekamp with David DeVorkin | illustrated by Diane Kidd

Poetree, written by Caroline Pignat | illustrated by François Thisdale

Polka Dot Parade: A Book about Bill Cunningham, written by Deborah Blumenthal | illustrated by Masha D’yans

Pony in the City, by Wendy Wahman

Popcorn!, written by Elaine Landau | illustrated by Brian Lies

The Popcorn Astronauts, written by Deborah Ruddell | illustrated by Joan Rankin

The Poppy Lady: Moina Belle Michael and Her Tribute to Veterans, by Barbara Walsh and Layne Johnson

The Princess and the Pizza, by Mary Jane and Herm Auch

Prudence the Part-Time Cow, written by Jody Jensen Shaffer | illustrated by Stephanie Laberis

Puddle, by Hyewon Yum

 

Q

Quackers, by Liz Wong

Queen of the Falls, by Chris Van Allsburg

Queen of the Track: Alice Coachman, Olympic High-Jump Champion, written by Heather Lang | illustrated by Floyd Cooper

The Quiet Book, written by Deborah Underwood | Illustrated by Renata Liwska

The Quilt Story, written by Tony Johnston | illustrated by Tomie dePaola

Quit Calling Me a Monster!, written by Jory John | illustrated by Bob Shea

 

R

Rabbit Stew, by Wendy Wahman

Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean Basquiat, by Javaka Steptoe

Radio Man, by Arthur Dorros

Rainbow Stew, by Catherine Falwell

Ralph Tells a Story, by Abby Hanlon

Read the Book, Lemmings!, written by Ame Dykman | illustrated by Zachariah Ohora

Read! Read! Read!, written by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater | illustrated by Ryan O’Rourke

Real Cowboys, written by Kate Hoefler | Illustrated by Jonathan Bean

Red Kite, Blue Kite, written by Ji-li Jiang | Illustrated by Greg Ruth

Red Socks, written by Ellen Mayer | illustrated by Ying-Hwa Hu

Red Wagon, by Renata Liwska

Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship, written by Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes | illustrated by Scott Magoon

Rhoda’s Rock Hunt, written by Molly Beth Griffin | illustrated by Jennifer A. Bell

The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus, written by Jen Bryant | Illustrated by Melissa Sweet

A River of Words: The Story of William Carlos Williams, written by Jen Bryant | Illustrated by Melissa Sweet

Roary the Lion Roars Too Loud, written by Ame Dyckman | illustrated by Alex G. Griffiths

Roberto the Insect Architect, by Nina Laden

Rocks in His Head, written by Carol Otis Hurst | illustrated by James Stevenson

Roger is Reading a Book, by Koen Van Biesen

Rosa’s Very Big Job, written by Ellen Mayer | illustrated by Sarah Vonthron Laver

Rosie the Raven, by Helga Bansch | translated by Shelley Tanaka

Round, written by Joyce Sidman | illustrated by Taeeun Yoo

Round is a Tortilla, by Roseanne Thong

The Rules of the House, by Mac Barnett and Matt Myers

Ruth Law and Her Flying Machine, written by Heather Lang | illustrated by Raúl Colón

 

S

Sammy in the Spring, by Anita Bijsterbosch

Sammy’s Spooktacular Halloween, by Mike Petrik

Sam’s Sandwich, by David Pelham

The Sandwich Swap, written by Queen Rania al Abdullah of Jordan and Kelly DiPucchio| illustrated by Tricia Tusa

Santa Bruce, by Ryan T. Higgins

Sarah at the Wedding, by Pauline Oud

The Scarecrow’s Hat, by Ken Brown

The Scariest Book Ever, by Bob Shea

School Days around the World, written by Margriet Ruurs | illustrated by Alice Feagan

School’s First Day of School, written by Adam Rex | illustrated by Christian Robinson

Secret Agent Man Goes Shopping for Shoes, written by Tim Wynne-Jones | illustrated by Brian Won

Secret Pizza Party, written by Adam Rubin | illustrated by Daniel Salmieri

The Secret Subway, written by Shana Corey | illustrated by Chris Sickels

The Secrets of Ninja School, by Deb Pilutti

Seed Man, by Aiko Ikegami

Seen Art?, Written by Jon Scieszka | Illustrated by Lane Smith

7 Ate 9: The Untold Story, written by Tara Lazar | illustrated by Ross MacDonald

Sewing Class 2: Lessons in Machine Sewing, by Amie Petronis Plumley and Andria Lisle | Photography by Justin Fox Burks

Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World, written by Susan Hood, illustrated by 13 women illustrators

Sharing the Bread: An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving, written by Pat Zietlow Miller | illustrated by Jill McElmurry

Shark Dog!, by Ged Adamson

She’ll Be Coming UP the Mountain, written by Kim Norman | illustrated by Liza Woodruff

Shivery Shades of Halloween, written by Mary McKenna Siddals | illustrated by Jimmy Pickering

Shoes, by Elizabeth Winthrop | illustrated by William Joyce

Short Stories for Little Monsters, by Marie Louise Gay

Sing, Don’t Cry, by Angela Dominguez

Sister Day!, written by Lisa Mantchev | illustrated by Sonia Sánchez

Sisters & Brothers: Sibling Relationships in the Animal World, by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page

Six Creepy Sheep, written by Judith Ross Enderle and Stephanie Gordon Tessler | illustrated by John O’Brien

Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille, written by Jen Bryant | illustrated by Boris Kulikov

The Skydiving Beavers: A True Tale, written by Susan Wood | illustrated by Gijsbert van Fankenhuyzen

Skyfishing, written by Gideon Sterer | illustrated by Poly Bernatene

Sleepy Bird, by Jeremy Tankard

Sleepy, the Goodnight Buddy, written by Drew Daywalt | illustrated by Scott Campbell

Small, by Gina Perry

The Smallest Girl in the Smallest Grade, written by Justin Roberts | illustrated by Christian Robinson

Smoot, written by Michelle Cuevas | illustrated by Sydney Smith

Snoozefest, written by Samantha Berger |illustrated by Kristin Litten

Snowmen at Work, written by Caroline Buehner | illustrated by Mark Buehner

So Few of Me, by Peter H. Reynolds

Some Birds, by Matt Spink

Someone Like Me, written by Patricia MacLachlan | illustrated by Chris Sheban

Something’s Fishy, by Jean Gourounas

Somewhere Else, by Gus Gordon

A Song of Myself: A Poem by John Keats, by Chris Raschka

Sophie’s Squash Go to School, written by Pat Zietlow Miller | illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf

The Sound of Silence, written by Katrina Goldsaito | illustrated by Julia Kuo

Soup Day, by Melissa Iwai

South, by Daniel Duncan

Splat the Cat and the Late Library Book, by Rob Scotton

Splatypus, written by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen | illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic

Spooky Pookie, by Sandra Boynton

Spoon, written by Amy Kraus Rosenthal | illustrated by Scott Magoon

Squares & Other Shapes: with Josef Albers (First Concepts with Fine Artists), artwork by Josef Albers

Star Stuff: Carl Sagan and the Mysteries of the Cosmos, by Stephanie Roth Sisson

 Stick and Stone, by Beth Ferry

Stitchin’ and Pullin’: A Gee’s Bend Quilt, written by Patricia McKissack | illustrated by Cozbi A. Cabrera

The Story I’ll Tell, written by Nancy Tupper Ling | illustrated by Jessica Lanan

The Story of Hanukkah, written by David A. Adler | Illustrated by Jill Weber

Strange Mr. Satie: Composer of the Absurd, written by M. T. Anderson | illustrated by Petra Mathers

The Streak: How Joe DiMaggio Became America’s Hero, written by Barb Rosenstock | illustrated by Terry Widener

Strictly No Elephants, written by Lisa Mantchev | illustrated by Taeeun Yoo

The Summer Nick Taught His Cats to Read, written by Curtis Manley | illustrated by Kate Berube

Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt: A Narwhal and Jelly Book, by Ben Clanton

Super Powers: A Great Big Collection of Awesome Activities, Quirky Questions and Wonderful Ways to See How Super You Already Are, written by M.H. Clark | illustrated by Michael Byers

Swimming with Sharks: The Daring Discoveries of Eugenie Clarkwritten by Heather Lang | illustrated by Jordi Solano

A Symphony of Cowbells, written by Heather Preusser, illustrated by Eileen Ryan Ewen

 

T

Tacos! An Interactive Recipe Book, iIllustrated by Lotta Nieminen

Talkin’ Guitar: A Story of Young Doc Watson, by Robin Gourley

The Tea Party in the Woods, by Akiko Miyakoshi

Tea with Oliver, by Mika Song

Tek: The Modern Caveboy, by Patrick McDonnell

Telephone, written by Mac Barnett | illustrated by Jen Corace

Tell Me a Tattoo Story, written by Alison McGhee | illustrated by Eliza Wheeler

Tell the Truth B B Wolf, by Judy Sierra | illustrated by Jotto Seibold

The Thank You Book: An Elephant & Piggie Book, by Mo Willems

Thankful, written by Eileen Spinelli | illustrated by Archie Preston

Thelma the Unicorn, by Aaron Blabey

This is the Firefighter, written by Laura Godwin | illustrated by Julian Hector

This Little Scientist: A Discovery Primer, written by Joan Holub | illustrated by Daniel Roode

There Might Be Lobsters, written by Carolyn Crimi | illustrated by Laurel Molk

There’s a Giraffe in My Soup, by Ross Burach

There’s a Lion in my Cornflakes, written by Michelle Robinson | illustrated by Jim Field

There’s a Wolf at the Doorby Zoë B. Alley

This Bridge Will Not Be Gray, written by Dave Eggers |illustrated by Tucker Nichols

This Is My Dollhouse, by Giselle Potter

Three Little Monkeys, written by Quentin Blake | illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark

The Three Ninja Pigs, written by Corey Rosen Schwartz | illustrated by Dan Santat

There’s Nothing to Do!, written by Dev Petty | illustrated by Mike Boldt

This Little Turkey, written by Aly Fronis | illustrated by Migy Blanco

Those Darn Squirrels and the Cat Next Door, written by Adam Rubin | illustrated by Daniel Salmieri

Three Little Monkeys, written by Quentin Blake | illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark

Throw Your Tooth on the Roof, by Selby Beeler

Tick Tock Banneker’s Clock, written by Shana Keller | illustrated by David C. Gardner

A Tiger Tail: (Or What Happened on Anya’s First Day of Kindergarten), by Mike Boldt

Time for Bed, Miyuki, written by Roxane Marie Galliez | illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh

Tiny, Perfect Things, written by M. H. Clark | illustrated by Madeline Kloepper

Tinyville Town Gets to Work!, by Brian Biggs

To the Stars!, written by Carmella Van Vleet and Dr. Kathy Sullivan | illustrated by Nicole Wong

Toby and Tutter: Therapy Dogs, written by Kirsten DeBear | photographs by Laura Dwight

Tony, written by Ed Galing | illustrated by Erin E. Stead

Tooth by Tooth: Comparing Fangs, Tucks, and Chompers, written by Sara Levine | illustrated by T. S. Spookytooth

Toto’s Apples, by Mathieu Lavoie

Tough Cookie, written by Kate Louise | illustrated by Grace Sandford

Tough Tug, written by Margaret Read MacDonald | illustrated by Rob McClurkan

Toy Boat, by Randall de Sève and Loren Long

Town Is by the Sea, written by Joanne Schwartz | illustrated by Sydney Smith

Trains Don’t Sleep, written by Andria Warmflash Rosenbaum | illustrated by Deidre Gill

Traveling By Train: a Want to Know the World Book, written by Pierre Winters | illustrated by Tineke Meirink

Tree: A Peek-Through Picture Book, by Britta Teckentrupp

Turtle and Me, written by Robie H. Harris | illustrated by Tor Freeman

Twenty Yawns, written by Jane Smiley | illustrated by Lauren Castillo

Twinkle, Twinkle, ABC, written by Barney Saltzberg | illustrated by Fred Benaglia

 

U

The Ugly Dumpling, written by Stephanie Campisi |illustrated by Shahar Kober

The Umbrella Queen, written by Shirin Yim Bridges | illustrated by Taeeun

The Uncorker of Ocean Bottles, written by Michelle Cuevas | illustrated by Erin E. Stead

Undercover: One of These Things Is Almost Like the Others, by Bastien Contraire

The Unexpected Love Story of Alfred Fiddleduckling, by Timothy Basil Ering

Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt, by Kate Messner | illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal

 

V

The Vanishing Pumpkin, written by Tony Johnston | illustrated by Tomie dePaola

The View at the Zoo, by Kathleen Long Bostrom | illustrated by Guy Francis

Vincent Comes Home, by Jessixa Bagley | illustrated by Aaron Bagley

A Violin for Elva, written by Mayr Lyn Ray | illustrated by Tricia Tusa

Vulture View, written by April Pulley Sayre | illustrated by Steve Jenkins

 

W

W is for Webster: Noah Webster and His American Dictionary, written by Tracy Fern | illustrated by Boris Kulikov

W is for Welcome: A Celebration of America’s Diversity, written by Brad Herzog | illustrated by Nationally Acclaimed Artists

Waiting for Goliath, by Antje Damm

Waiting for the Biblioburro, by Monica Brown | illustrated by John Parra

A Walk in Parisby Salvatore Rubbino

Warbler Wave, by April Pulley Sayre with Jeff Sayre

Water Can Be…, written by Laura Purdie Salas | illustrated by Violeta Dabija

Water Is Water: A Book about the Water Cycle, written by Miranda Paul | illustrated by Jason Chin

The Watermelon Seed, by Greg Pizzoli

The Way Home in the Night, by Akiko Miyakoshi

The Way the Cookie Crumbled, written by Jody Jenson Shaffer | Illustrated by Kelly Kennedy

We Forgot Brock!, by Carter Goodrich

Wee Sister Strange, written by Holly Grant | illustrated by K. G. Campbell

Welcome, by Barroux

Wet Cement, by Bob Raczka

The Whale in My Swimming Pool, by Joyce Wan

A Whale in the Bathtub, written by Kylie Westaway | illustrated by Tom Jellett

What Can Your Grandma Do?, written by Anne Sawan | illustrated by Sernur Isik

What Do You Do with a Chance?, written by Kobe Yamada | illustrated by Mae Besom

What If Everybody Said That?, written by Ellen Javernick | illustrated by Colleen Madden

What’s Up with This Chicken, written by Jane Sutton | illustrated by Peter J. Welling

When an Elephant Falls in Love, written by Davide Cali | illustrated by Alice Lotti

When Green Becomes Tomatoes, written By Julie Fogliano | illustrated by Julie Morstad

When I Grow Up, by Anita Bijsterbosch

When Spring Comesby Kevin Henkes | illustrated by Laura Dronzek

When the Beat Was Born, written by Laben Carrik Hill | illustrated by Theodore Tayler III

When the Snow Falls, written by Linda Booth Sweeney | illustrated by Jana Christy

When the Wind Blows, written by Linda Booth Sweeney | illustrated by Jana Christy

When Your Lion Needs a Bath, written by Susanna Leonard Hill | illustrated by Daniel Wiseman

Where My Feet Go, by Birgitta Sif

Where Oliver Fits, by Cale Atkinson

Wherever You Go, written by Pat Zietlow Miller | illustrated by Eliza Wheeler

The Whisper, by Pamela Zagarenski

The White Cat and the Monk: A Retelling of the Poem “Pangur Bán,” written by Jo Ellen Bogart | illustrated by Sydney Smith

Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors? The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, written by Tanya Lee Stone | illustrated by Marjorie Priceman

The Whole History of the Doughnut, written by Pat Miller | illustrated by Vincent X. Kirsch

Whoops!, by Suzi Moore | illustrated by Russell Ayto

Whoosh: Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions, written by Chris Barton |illustrated by Don Tate

Why Are There Stripes on the American Flag?, by Martha E. H. Rustad | illustrated by Kyle Poling

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale, retold by Verna Aardema | illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon

Why’d They Wear That? Fashion as the Mirror of History, by Sarah Albee

The Wildest Race Ever: The Story of the 1904 Olympic Marathon, by Meghan McCarthy

Will’s Words: How Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talked, written by Jane Sutcliffe | illustrated by John Shelley

Wind Flyers, written by Angela Johnson | illustrated by Loren Long

Witches, written by Cheryl Christian | illustrated by Wish Williams

With Love, Grandma, written by Helen Foster James | illustrated by Petra Brown

Wolf Camp, by Andrea Zuill

The Wolf, the Duck, and the Mouse, written by Mac Barnett | illustrated by Jon Klassen

Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the Worldby Rachel Ignotofsky

The Wonderful Things You Will Be, by Emily Winfield Martin

Woodpecker Wants a Waffle, by Steve Breen

Words Set Me Free, Lesa Cline-Ransome | illustrated by James E. Ransome

The World Is Not a Rectangle: A Portrait of Architect Zaha Hadid, by Jeanette Winter

Write on, Irving Berlin!, written by Leslie Kimmelman | illustrated by David C. Gardner

Written and Drawn, by Henrietta by Liniers

 

X

XO, OX: A Love Story, written by Adam Rex | illustrated by Scott Campbell

 

Y

Yard Sale, written by Eve Bunting | illustrated by Lauren Castillo

You Are a Lion!: And Other Fun Yoga Poses, by Taeeun Yoon

You Are My Little Pumpkin Pie, written by Amy E. Sklansky | illustrated by Talitha Shipman

You Belong to Me, by Mamoru Suzuki

You Wouldn’t Want to be a Pony Express Rider! A Dusty, Thankless Job You’d Rather Not Do, written by Tom Ratliff | illustrated by Mark Bergin

 

Z

Zoo Zen: A Yoga Story for Kids, written by Kristen Fischer | illustrated by Susi Schaefer