written by Jill Esbaum
Illustrated by Alice Brereton
You know monsters aren’t real, right?
A brand new, remarkably personalized story:
This book gives every child a unique adventure in Willy Wonka’s factory.
They’ll explore wondrous new rooms and uncover their own delicious secrets.
The perfect personalized gift for kids 5-12 years.
September 2017 releases
I love to add to our book collection on a monthly basis, especially for the kids. I find that if the kids have a wide assortment of books, with new books added on a regular basis, they enjoy reading more and don’t get bored with it. We love books that are imaginative, fun to read, with interesting illustrations. This month, two of the books we added to our bookshelf are Maurice the Unbeastly and Rufus Blasts Off!
by Pedro Codego, Pedro Serapicos & David Cadji-Newby
A stupendously personalized birthday story, that magically changes based on your child’s birth date. Huzzah!
Written & Illustrated by Richard Torrey
Ally-saurus is back – and ROARING louder than ever!
What happens when a bossy new girl tries to make everyone play by her rules?
by Alexandra Crockett
illustrated by Chuck Gonzales
For all of us who ONLY want to color outside of the lines. If you aren’t one, it’s likely you know a rebel or two who can identify.
Skulls and Siamese. Corpse paint and Persians. Baphomet, pentagrams, blood, and tabbies!
Metal Cats Coloring Book combines two juxtaposed and amazing subjects: the extreme personalities of the true metal music scene and their adorable kitties. Based on the photographs of the book Metal Cats, these incredibly cute and fluffy felines appear side by side with their loving owners with bands like Black Goat, Thrones, Isis, Lightning Swords of Death, Book of Black Earth, Skarp, Harassor, Akimbo, Aldebaran, Atriarch, Oak, Ghoul, Ludicra, Holy Grail, Xasthur, Cattle Decapitation, Murder Construct, Exhumed, Morbid Angel, Municipal Waste, Skeletonwitch, Gypsyhawk, Nausea, Phobia, and Napalm Death, along with many other metalheads.
by Frazer Wilson
Coding for Parents: Facing the daunting prospect of helping your children with their coding homework? Unlock the mysteries of coding with this easy-to-follow and well-illustrated guide!
by Máire Zepf
illustrated by Tarsila Krüse
Benno is really excited about his first day of school. But there’s an unexpected problem: MOMMY!
First, congratulations to Jana Leah for winning the June Book of Choice Giveaway. Her book choice was The Black Cat Sees His Shadow by Kay Finch!
by Cece Meng
illustrated by Ellen Shi
Bring on the Peace-ahh!
When Momma spots a wishing star, she starts to ask for world peace — but a sneeze changes “peace” into “peace-AH-AH-AH-choo!”