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 Shelley Rotner
Big or small, similar or different-looking, there are all kinds of families. Some have one parent, some have two, and many include extended family. This inclusive look at many varieties of families will help young readers see beyond their own immediate experiences.
My Family Tree and Me
by Dusan Petricic
This one-of-a-kind picture book provides a beautifully simple introduction to the concept of family ancestry. It uses two stories in one to explore a small boy's family tree: the boy tells the family story of his father's side starting from the front of the book, and that of his mother's side starting from the back of the book.
My New Mom & Me
by Renata Galindo
Told from the point of view of a puppy who is adopted by a cat; a heartwarming story about adoption, diversity, and acceptance.
Ninja! Attack of the Clan
by Arree Chung
Maxwell is a strong, courageous, silent ninja who wants somebody to play with, but it seems Mama, Papa, and little sister Cassy are all too busy.
by David Elliott
A young boy reflects on the idea that nobody is perfect, including the other members of his family, but decides that, on the whole, with a little patience, they come close.
by George Shannon
In this story that introduces numbered groups from one to ten, we realize that families can be many things.
Two is Enough
by Janna Matthies
From playing in the snow to a rainy-day ride, to double-scoop treats and crash-landing in leaves, two can be the perfect number for creating life's memories. And two can definitely be enough for a warm family, full of the love, support, and comfort that every child needs.