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StacksKids Edition Fall 2020Use the arrows on either side of the page to flip through the magazine.The book covers are clickable, and will take you to the book on our website: ebbooksellers.comFeel free to download and share the magazine!••2Hey everybody!We hope you enjoy our Fall Kids edition of Stacks as much as we did putting it together.There has been so much good stuff coming out lately, and so little exposure. We’re hoping to remedy that a bit in our own way. We’re focusing here on Board Books, Picture Books, Graphic Novels, and Fiction.Happy hunting!BradIntroducing our Kids Edition

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Baby Beats Board BooksBy Ellen StubbingsGet your baby smiling and clapping along with you as you discover a passion for music together!BabyLit Board Books (Gibbs Smith)Introduce your child to the world of classic literature, art, and explorers of the natural world. Ask a Bookseller about other books in this collection.Touch Think Learn Board BooksBy Xavier DeneuxRaised shaped objects, adorable designs, and cutouts offer the youngest learners an opportunity to explore in a hands-on, multi-sensory way. Check out more books from this series.Dinosaur Dance!By Sandra Boynton$5.99Colorful dinosaurs get in the spirit of danceHow Big is Zagnodd?By Sandra Boynton$7.99Beings from outer space who are big or long or fuzzy or bright or dancer or sleepy!Snuggle Puppy!By Sandra Boynton$7.95A great big hug in book form. Also available in Español.Moo, Baa, La La La!By Sandra Boynton$5.99This classic book encourages kids to imitate the sounds of silly animals.¡Lluvia! Rain!By Linda Ashman, Illustrated by Christian Robinson$4.99A rainy day in the city comes to life when a boy in his green frog hat splashes in the puddles. This Spanish/English board book will turn any frown upside down.They Say BlueBy Jillian Tamaki$9.99A young girl describes where she finds colors in both the world around her and beyond what she can see.Antiracist BabyBy Ibram X. Kendi, Illustrated by Ashley Lukashevsky$8.99Antiracist Baby celebrates our differences and opens our eyes to all skin colors.PetraBy Marianna Coppo$7.99The adventures of a little rock that celebrates the power of believing in yourself.Board Books

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Picture BooksA Way With Wild ThingsBy Larissa Theule, Illustrated by Sara PalaciosAges 0 to 100, $17.99Poppy loves nature and bugs are her friends. A Way With Wild Things celebrates the shy and introverted child as well as the small creatures to be found when we look closely enough.Southwest SunriseBy Nikki Grimes, Illustrated by Wendell MinorAges 0 to 100, $18.99A stunning picture book about the beauty of the natural world and finding a new place to call home.Do Not Rake Your Garden in a Party DressBy Aimee Bissonette, Illustrated by Kelly PousetteAges 0 to 100, $16.95A tea party in the garden becomes a cautionary tale in this lovely book.The Little Engine That Could (90th Anniversary Ed.)By Watty Piper, Illustrated by Dan SantatAges 0 to 100, $18.99A new look for an all-time classic!Curious Questions About Your Favorite PetsIllustrated by Lily Snowden-Fine- Why does my dog have more followers than me?- Where were cats worshipped?- Who is the most legendary dog?- Do cats bring bad luck?Your questions, answered.Ivy BirdBy Tania McCartneyAges 0 to 100, $17.95A whimsical picture book about a child who finds joy in imaginative play.Jabari TriesBy Gaia CornwallAges 0 to 100, $16.99Jabari is inventing a machine that will fly across the yard, but making it go from CRASH to WOOSH will take grit, patience, and even a little help from his sister.

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Picture BooksI’ll Walk with YouBy Carol Lynn Pearson, Illustrated by Jane Sanders0 to 100, $16.99I’ll Walk with You tenderly teaches acceptance and unconditional love.Every Night is Pizza NightBy J. Kenji López-Alt, Illustrated by Gianna Ruggiero0 to 100, $17.95Pipo is on a quest to prove that pizza is the best food in the world.The Barnabus ProjectBy The Fan Brothers0 to 100, $23.99In a world built for Perfect Pets, Barnabus is a Failed Project—until his dreams of freedom lead him and his misfit friends on a perilous adventure.You Are a Beautiful BeginningBy Nina Laden, Illustrated by Kelsey Garrity-Riley0 to 100, $18.99On discouraging days, this book will help readers find their place in the world with greater love for themselves and others.Professor Astro Cat SeriesBy Dominic Walliman, Illustrated by Ben NewmanExplore different facets of science with Professor Astro Cat! Perfect for inquisitive readers from ages 5 to 10.Kids Science & NatureThe Big Book SeriesBy Yuval ZommerThis popular series offers some fascinating introductions to the natural world and make perfect gifts for kids who love fun and amazing facts.

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Graphic NovelsAmulet SeriesBy Kazu KibuishiHoping to get your kids hooked on a series? This adventure series following two children, Emily and Navin, as they navigate a world of man-eating demons, a mechanical rabbit, a talking fox, and a giant robot.Emmie & Friends SeriesBy Terri LibensonPerfect for fans of Raina Telgemeier—endearing and relatable stories of friendship and finding confidence. Stepping Stones (Peapod Farm #1)By Lucy KnisleyA candid and heartwarming story about life changes and unlikely friends, sisters, and more. DOG MAN: Grime and PunishmentBy Dav PilkeyDog Man doesn’t need an introduction because he is a national treasure.PRE-ORDER Class Act — the follow up to the 2020 Newbery Medal Winner, New Kid by Jerry CraftRelease Date: October 6Jordan’s friend Drew takes center stage in another laugh-out-loud funny, powerful, and important story about being one of the few kids of color in a prestigious private school.SIGNED!!! MAC B. KID SPY: The Sound of DangerBy Mac BarnettBy local and bestselling author Mac Barnett, Mac B. Kid Spy is James Bond meets Diary of a Wimpy Kid and we have signed copies available! Order the whole series here.When Stars Are ScatteredBy Victoria Jamieson and Omar MohamedHeartbreak and hope exist together in this graphic novel about growing up in a refugee camp as told by a Somali refugeeThis Was Our PactBy Ryan AndrewsA winding road full of magic, wonder, and unexpected friendships.

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Early Chapter BooksMochi Queen (Jasmine Toguchi #1)By Debbi Michiko FlorenceEight-year-old Jasmine Toguchi is a flamingo fan, tree climber, and top-notch mess maker!Check out the whole series.Evil Alien Warlord Cat (Klawde #1)By Johnny MarcianoKlawde is not your average cat. He’s an emperor from another planet, exiled to Earth. Cruel, cunning, and brilliant.How to Test a Friendship (The Magnificent Makers #1)By Theanne GriffithWith the help of a fun, odd scientist, third graders Violet, Pablo, and Deepak embark on an adventure in the Maker Maze, a magical laboratory full of robots, an antigravity chamber, 3D printers, and more.Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters (The Questioneers #1)By Andrea BeatyA spirited story about teamwork based on the popular picture picture books Rosie Revere Engineer, Ada Twist Scientist, and Iggy Peck Architect.Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly AdventureBy Jeff KinneyAn entirely new, awesome, friendly, fantastic, fantasy question from the bestselling author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Ways to Make Sunshine (Ryan Hart #1)By Renée WatsonRyan is all about trying to see the best in people, to be a good daughter, a good sister, a good friend. Even if her life isn't everything she would wish for, she always finds a way forward, with grace and wit.

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Middle Grade BooksSame Books, New LooksCarl Hiaasen’s Florida is where the animals are wild, but the people are wilder.MañanalandBy Pam Muñoz RyanWith a treasured compass, a mysterious stone rubbing, and Buelo's legend as his only guides, Max sets out on a perilous quest to discover if he is true of heart and what the future holds. Also in Español.The Wild RobotBy Peter BrownA heartwarming and adventurous story about a robot named Roz that finds itself stranded on a wild island with no memories and a steep learning curve.Efrén DividedBy Ernesto CisnerosA book that will really strengthen hearts, build empathy, and urge us all to change the world.Black Brother, Black BrotherBy Jewell Parker RhodesEveryone wishes Donte were more like his light-skinned brother Trey, but their realities could not be more different. Furiously training for a fencing competition, Donte stands up against bullying and racism.Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical WitchBy Julie AbeA young witch must pass her coming-of-age quest or risk losing her magic forever in this enchanting fantasy.Here in the Real WorldBy Sara PennypackerFrom the author of the bestselling book Pax, this is an ode to misfits, dreamers, and introverts everywhere.