Brightly colored die-cut pages open to reveal readers and their gentle journeys that land at a library.
Billie wants to be a delicate ballerina, but even practice doesn't make her perfect, until she and her friend Jack come up with a new plan.
Born to actors in the Yiddish theater, a girl learns the wonders of stagecraft and steals the show.
The important historical context of how a song can play a role in a change is presented for young readers.
Spare text and colorful gouache and collage illustrations portray the great jazz singer and the dogs who were an important part of her life.
Tito Puente's life as a Grammy award-winning musician and bandleader is described in English and Spanish.
Everything is seen in a new way when an artist moves in on Martin's street.
A girl's encounter with famous paintings elicits a variety of emotions and ultimately stimulates her own creativity.
Seventh-Century Chinese artist Wu Daozi's paintings were so magical that they came to life.
Colorful digital posters with captions provide unusual facts about tigers, polar bears, flamingos and more.
After visiting a Parisian cemetery, the nineteenth-century composer struggles to capture the spooky, mischievous sounds of skeletons dancing.
As a child, Horace Pippin loved to draw, but a war injury interrupted his career until he found a unique way to continue his art, which was celebrated in his later years.
The collaboration that resulted in the 1913 premiere of the revolutionary ballet "The Rite of Spring" is depicted with dynamic illustrations.