OonaOona and her best friend Otto love to search for treasure…and often find trouble instead. Messy trouble. Tricky trouble. Even shark-related trouble. That’s never stopped them before, though! After all, no proper treasure hunt is without some adventure. But when the grandest treasure yet is stuck in a deep, dark rift, Oona’s not sure if she can dive right in. What might be waiting for her in those unknown waters?Love You MoreParents tell their child that, although they once thought they knew about love, their child’s presence in their lives has taught them what true love is.Of Thee I SingIn this tender, beautiful letter to his daughters, President Barack Obama has written a moving tribute to thirteen groundbreaking Americans and the ideals that have shaped our nation. From the artistry of Georgia O’Keeffe, to the courage of Jackie Robinson, to the patriotism of George Washington, President Obama sees the traits of these heroes within his own children, and within all of America’s children.I Am Every Good ThingIllustrations and easy-to-read text pay homage to the strength, character, and worth of a child.WatercressEmbarrassed about gathering watercress from a roadside ditch, a girl learns to appreciate her Chinese heritage after learning why the plant is so important to her parents.Get Up, Stand UpChildren are encouraged to resist bullying and stand up for their rights.Dear Girl,Encourages readers to accept and love themselves as they are and advises them to be confident, curious, adaptable, and willing to speak up.Dear Boy,Encourages readers to accept and love themselves as they are and advises them to be confident, curious, adaptable, and willing to speak up.Hello World!The Bright Brothers are testing their newest invention. Hannah the Handywoman is hunting for her hammer. And Mr. Rhinehorn is just trying to get some sleep! This primer is chock-full of lovable characters living in a busy world full of landmark early-childhood subjects: first words, colors, numbers, shapes, simple maps, naps, school, and plenty of funny scenarios to keep little ones eager for more!Time for KennyDuring his busy day, Kenny gets dressed, fights his fear of the vacuum cleaner, gets a soccer lesson from his sister, and prepares for bed, with his loving family always near.This Book is GrayGray just wants to be included. But the other colors are always leaving him out. So he decides to create his own project: an all-gray book. Once upon a time, there lived a wolf, a kitten, and a hippo… Gray just knows it’s going to be perfect.RobobabyExcited by the arrival of a new baby, a family of robots is nearly undone by technical difficulties until big sister steps in and repairs the situation.AnotherA young girl and her cat take an imaginative journey into another worldDrawn TogetherA boy and his grandfather cross a language and cultural barrier using their shared love of art, storytelling, and fantasy.Norton and AlphaNorton and his robot dog like to collect objects that they use to create new inventions, but they think there is no possible use for the flower they find on one of their walks. Potato PantsPotato is very excited to buy a pair of pants on sale at Lance Vance’s Fancy Pants Store, but when he sees Eggplant, who pushed him the day before, he is afraid to go in. Take It From MeWhose Story Is This, Anyway?What’s this book about? That depends on who you ask. Our humble narrator thinks he’s got a great story for you but he barely begins before he’s interrupted by a scallywag pirate with a thrilling legend of mermaids and sea monsters! Soon, a cast of colorful characters including a hungry dinosaur, an alien bent on world domination, and a heroic knight derails the boy’s saga. Everyone has a tale to tell, but if they can all get on the same page, this might turn out to be the best story ever!Carmela Full of WishesCarmela, finally old enough to run errands with her brother, tries to think of the perfect birthday wish, while his wish seems to be that she stayed home.