Amelia Bedelia’s parents are holding a yard sale—but Amelia Bedelia loves playing in her yard, and she doesn’t want to sell it! Luckily, her mother promises they will only sell things in the yard. When one neighbor wishes she could buy the flowers, Amelia Bedelia fetches a shovel to dig some up.

How do weather forecasters predict storms? When does a snowstorm turn into a real blizzard? Get answers to these questions and more in the Natural Disasters series, which features clear explanations and tips for being prepared for extreme natural events.

How do weather forecasters predict storms? When does a snowstorm turn into a real blizzard? Get answers to these questions and more in the Natural Disasters series, which features clear explanations and tips for being prepared for extreme natural events.

How do weather forecasters predict storms? When does a snowstorm turn into a real blizzard? Get answers to these questions and more in the Natural Disasters series, which features clear explanations and tips for being prepared for extreme natural events.

How do weather forecasters predict storms? When does a snowstorm turn into a real blizzard? Get answers to these questions and more in the Natural Disasters series, which features clear explanations and tips for being prepared for extreme natural events.

Celebrated creator Gris Grimly, widely known for his gothic style illustrations, turns over a new creative leaf in his glorious interpretation of this beloved preschool anthem.

I’ve Loved You Since Forever is a celebratory and poetic testament to the timeless love felt between parent and child. This beautiful picture book is inspired by Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb’s heartwarming adoption of her baby girl, Haley Joy.

Miriam Makeba, a Grammy Award–winning South African singer, rose to fame in the hearts of her people at the pinnacle of apartheid―a brutal system of segregation similar to American Jim Crow laws.

From brave and bold to creative and clever, Emily Winfield Martin's rhythmic rhyme expresses all the loving things that parents think of when they look at their children.

Ainsley Earhardt reflects on her experiences as a mother and viewing wonders of the world through a child’s eyes in this stunning follow up to Take Heart, My Child.