Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Last Day of SchoolA teacher points out many things that could go wrong if she were to grant permission for a student to bring a dragon to school on the last day.Hattie Harmony, Worry DetectiveMeet Hattie Harmony, Worry Detective. She’s always there to help her friends when they need her. And the first day of school can cause a lot of jitters–from speaking in front of the class to taking the bus. Hattie always finds the perfect tools to calm her friends’ bodies and minds. But when her own fears start to bubble up, can Hattie learn to overcome them herself?Izzy the Super CorgiWhy Not You?Rhyming text shows the importance of believing in oneself and perseverance to achieve any goals.Narwhal, Unicorn of the SeaA happy-go-lucky, waffle-loving narwhal and a cynical, no-nonsense jellyfish forge an unlikely friendship and share adventures while exploring the ocean together.Pink is Not a ColorPink loves her rosy world, from her pink toy dinosaur to her pet flamingo, Phil. But when she sees the Primaries and Secondaries getting ready for the Rainbow Extravaganza, she begins to wonder why she isn’t in the rainbow–and if that means she’s not really a color. Then she meets the Tints, and she’s even more confused. Luckily, a friend shows her the many ways she spreads joy–reminding Pink that she is truly one of a kind, rainbow or not. Featuring the world of colors introduced in This Book Is Gray–and a few new color concepts–this is a tale about appreciating who you are and realizing that only you can decide what makes you happy.Ta-Da!Two young storytellers start with “once upon a time” but quickly realize that a good story needs action, danger, and most of all, a happy ending.The Lantern HouseOver multiple generations, different families make changes to a house in order to make it a home.The Smart CookieThis cookie has never felt like a smart cookie no matter how hard she tries, especially in comparison to all the clever cupcakes and brilliant rolls in the bakery. Will a dash of creativity and a sprinkle of confidence be enough to help her learn that perfect scores and having all the answers aren’t the only ingredients for intelligence?