“Interesting and informative, showing impressive scope.” — Kirkus Reviews
Thirty-six mini biographies of ground breaking outspoken, odds-defying Jewish women explore their fascinating lives, as well as the ways in which they were shaped by their heritage. Probing the lives of historic icons like Anne Frank to contemporary heroines such as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the book also provides an overview of modern Jewish history. Subjects ranging from Emma Goldman to Barbra Streisand to Ruth Westheimer offer a fascinating window into the ways Jewish women have approached their fields and embraced their identities.
AVAILABLE NOW Price: $21.99, ISBN 9781950587094
Hardcover, 7.25" x 9.25", 160 pages, ages 12 and up
From Einstein and the Marx Brothers to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Barbra Streisand, this thoroughly engaging board book with charming illustrations and funny, rhyming text will give the youngest members of the tribe lots of reasons to be proud of their heritage.
AVAILABLE NOW Price: $11.99, ISBN 9781950587261
Board book, 7" x 7", 20 page, ages 0–3
These 3-minute bedtime stories introduce young fans to the early lives of their favorite characters. Where did Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and their super hero friends come from? How did they get their powers? Who were they before they were super heroes?
Each origin story is a thrilling, self-contained bedtime story. Baby Kal-El makes a dramatic escape from the planet Krypton, arriving on Earth in a rocket ship. Wonder Woman and Nubia are shaped out of clay by their mother Hippolyta, and given their powers by the gods. Each Green Lantern—Hal Jordan, John Stewart, and Jessica Cruz—came by their power rings in interesting ways. Young super heroes will love learning about how their favorite characters came to be.
AVAILABLE JULY 2022 Price: $19.99, ISBN 9781950587254
Hardback book with metallic ink on cover, 8" x 9.5", 64 pages, ages 3 and up
Super Heroes Little Library updated for 2022
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Bumblebee and all of their Super Hero friends introduce important concepts in eight adorable board books in a stunning, sturdy slipcase.
From letters, colors and shapes and opposites, to superpowers, kindness, and diversity, beloved Super Heroes impart powerful lessons for the littlest super hero fans. The 20-page books are down-sized to feel good in small hands. Gorgeous, classic DC art includes a diverse range of characters. In addition to learning early first words and concepts, babies, toddlers, and preschoolers will get a solid introduction to the universe of amazing superpowers, colorful capes, fun sidekicks, cool tools, and other crucial facts about superhero life.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2022 Price: $49.99, ISBN 9781950587384
8 board books, each 4.7" x 4.7" square, 20 pages, ages 0–3
This beautifully designed set of 4 concept board books teaches letter sounds AND foreign language—illustrating first words in English and Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Each book includes simple, elegant illustrations for 26 A-to-Z child-friendly items, identified in English and a second language. Since the words in both languages begin with the same letter and share similar sounds, curious kids can double (or quadruple) up on early learning! Grownups can expand their language skills at the same time. Each foreign word includes phonetic pronunciation.
Thoughtfully designed to feel good in small hands, babies through kindergartners will be challenged and thoroughly engaged.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2022 Price: $29.99, ISBN 9781950587322
4 board books, each 5" x 5" square, 20 pages, ages 0–3
Ms. magazine included two of our books, My First Book of Feminism (For Boys) and A Black Woman Did That, on their recent list, The Future is Feminist: 10 Books to Start Your Feminist Children’s Library at Home.
“[Courage Is. . .] addresses the many surprising ways that one can develop courage and character. Kander and son work to demonstrate how these choices are inherent in who you are as a person, in actions big and small.”
— The PitchKC's review about veteran, activist, podcast host, and bestselling author Jason Kander and the board book he wrote his 8-year-old son True
“Do you keep gawking at the many photos and drawings, or dig in and do the many imagining, drawing and coloring exercises suggested?” — from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about inspiring activity/art history book How to Think Like Frank Lloyd Wright, for ages 10 and up.