Always Mom, Forever Dad
by Joanna Rowland
Children whose parents no longer live together discover that although much has changed, and time spent with Mom is different than time spent with Dad, love is there no matter what.
by David McPhail
Although two brothers are different in many ways, they are alike, too--most importantly, in their love for each other.
Maude: the Not-So-Noticeable Shrimpton
by Lauren Child
Being noticed is what all the members of the Shrimpton family lived for - all except, that is, for Maude. She prefers to blend into the background rather than stand out in a crowd. This is very much to her advantage when they all come face-to-face with a rather hungry tiger.
The Frazzle Family Finds a Way
by Ann Bonwill
The Frazzle family is very forgetful, even when Aunt Rosemary visits and tries to straighten them out with her system, until Annie finds a simple and effective way to remember.
The Littlest Levine
by Sandy Lanton
Being the youngest in her family means that Hannah cannot do many things, which makes her unhappy, until finally, at Passover, there is a special duty only she can perform.
This Is Our House
by Hyewon Yum
Follows a family through seasons and generations as the house to which their immigrant grandparents came is transformed into a home.