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A persevering penguin is determined to fly in this adorably inspiring picture book.
Iggy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty; David Roberts (Illustrator)
This beloved New York Times bestselling picture book is a fun-filled, inspiring story about the power of teamwork and the importance of celebrating individual gifts and self-expression.
Ish by Peter H. Reynolds (Illustrator)
A creative spirit learns that thinking "ish-ly" is far more wonderful than "getting it right".
It's Okay to Make Mistakes by Todd Parr (Artist)
In a tradition of Todd Parr's fan-favorite It's Okay to Be Different, a book about embracing mistakes and the joy of happy accidents.
Me... Jane by Patrick Mcdonnell
Patrick McDonnell tells the story of the young Jane Goodall and her special childhood toy chimpanzee named Jubilee. As the young Jane observes the natural world around her with wonder, she dreams of "a life living with and helping all animals," until one day she finds that her dream has come true.
The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires (Illustrator)
A girl is going to make the most MAGNIFICENT thing! But making her magnificent thing is anything but easy, and the girl tries and fails, repeatedly. Eventually, the girl gets really, really mad. She is so mad, in fact, that she quits. But after her dog convinces her to take a walk, she comes back to her project with renewed enthusiasm and manages to get it just right.
She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton; Alexandra Boiger (Illustrator)
Throughout American history, there have always been women who have spoken out for what's right, even when they have to fight to be heard.
To Dare Mighty Things by Doreen Rappaport; C. F. Payne (Illustrator)
President Theodore Roosevelt is known as "the man with a plan," the "rough rider." His figure stands tall in American history; his legacy stretching him to larger-than-life proportions. But before his rise to fame, he was just "Teedie," a boy with ambitious dreams to change the world, and the conviction to see his stupendous imaginings brought to fruition.
What Do You Do with a Problem? by Mae Besom (Illustrator); Kobi Yamada
This is the story of a persistent problem and the child who isn't so sure what to make of it. The longer he avoids the problem, the bigger it seems to get. But when the child finally musters up the courage to face it, the problem turns out to be something quite different indeed.
Y Is for Yet by Shannon Anderson; Jake Souva (Illustrator)
Kids learn how to adopt a growth mindset through the familiar structure of the ABCs. Mistakes aren't just mistakes. They're growth spurts. Developing a growth mindset--a belief that learning is a process that requires dedication and hard work, not just talent--helps kids learn from their mistakes, build resilience, and strive to be a little better every day.
Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak; Sarah Ackerley (Illustrator)
Did you know you can stretch and grow your own brain? Or that making mistakes is one of the best ways your brain learns? Just like how lifting weights helps your muscles get stronger, trying new things without giving up strengthens your brain.