A New Season Awaits!

First Come the Zebra by Lynne Barasch two Kenyen boys with zebra in the background The East-West House Noguchi's Childhood in Japan a half-white half-Japanese boy stands on a path to a house Tofu Quilt by Ching Yeung Russell a bowl of Dan Lai custard sits on top of a stack of books

True to its title, Lynne Barasch’s First Come the Zebra is the first of our Fall 2009 books to be available.

Like the wildebeest and the gazelle following the zebra, the other books are on their way.

The East-West House: Noguchi’s Childhood in Japan, written and illustrated by Christy Hale
Tofu Quilt, by Ching Yeung Russell
Balarama: A Royal Elephant, written and illustrated by Ted and Betsy Lewin
In Her Hands: The Story of Sculptor Augusta Savage, by Alan Schroeder, illustrated by JaeMe Bereal
Gracias · Thanks, by Pat Mora, illustrated by John Parra

Balarama A Royal Elephant by Ted Lewin and Betsy Lewin an elephant covered in bright paint, silk cloths, and carrying a golden litter walks through a crowd of people In Her Hands the story of sculptor Augusta Savage by Alan Schroeder illustrated by JaeMe Bereal a black woman shapes a head from a piece of clay Gracias Thanks by Par Mora illustrated by John Parra a Latino boy and his dog stand on a grassy lawn