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Children's literature is for readers and listeners up to about age 12. It is often illustrated. The term is used in senses that sometimes exclude young-adult fiction, comic books, or other genres. Books specifically for children existed at least several hundred years ago.

New Releases Tagged "Childrens"

House of Dreams: The Life of L.M. Montgomery
The Long-Lost Home (The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, #6)
Drum Roll, Please
Drawn Together
The Frame-Up
The Cardboard Kingdom
We Don't Eat Our Classmates
Everything I Know About You
The House That Lou Built
Lions and Liars
I'm Sad (I'm Bored, #2)
Counting on Katherine: How Katherine Johnson Saved Apollo 13
Gifts of Our Lady of Guadalupe: Patroness of Latin America
Pip Bartlett's Guide to Sea Monsters (Pip Bartlett, #3)
Niblet & Ralph
Off & Away
Neck & Neck
A Dog Named Doug
Making Friends
Wild Blues
Mabel and Sam at Home
What Do They Do with All That Poo?
Saturday Is Swimming Day
Pretty Kitty
Irving Berlin, the Immigrant Boy Who Made America Sing
Russell Wrestles the Relatives
A Bubble
The Haunted Serpent
Seven Bad Cats
Fox and Raccoon (Juniper Hollow)
Pluto Is Peeved: An ex-planet searches for answers
Sweet Adversity
Be Prepared
The Penderwicks at Last (The Penderwicks, #5)
All Summer Long
The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl
Front Desk
Positively Izzy
Julián Is a Mermaid
Grump: The (Fairly) True Tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
The Rose Legacy
Secret Sisters of the Salty Sea
Ocean Meets Sky
Clara Voyant
Al Capone Throws Me a Curve (Al Capone at Alcatraz, #4)
Penguin & Tiny Shrimp Don’t Do Bedtime!
The Inventors at No. 8
The Spirit of Cattail County
The Alcatraz Escape (Book Scavenger, #3)
Who Are You, Trudy Herman?
Prince & Knight
The Boy from Tomorrow
A House That Once Was
How to Code a Sandcastle (How to Code with Pearl & Pascal, #1)
The Cobalt Prince (5 Worlds #2)
In-Between Things
The Sasquatch and the Lumberjack
The Length of a String
Grumpy Monkey
The Ghost, The Owl
Doll-E 1.0
Lumberjanes: The Moon Is Up (Lumberjanes #2)
Hazelnut Days
Pie is for Sharing
Annie's Life In Lists
Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Go to School (Two Dogs in a Trench Coat, #1)
Albie Newton
Red Sky at Night
Today I'll Be a Unicorn
La Milléclat dorée
Hawk Rising
Gordon: Bark to the Future!
Kat Writes a Song

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Children aren't coloring books. You don't get to fill them with your favorite colors.
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