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Where in the Garden Series

Amara's Farm by JaNay Brown-Wood

Book 1: Now Available 

Miguel's Community Garden by JaNay Brown-Wood

Book 2: Available  Now

Logan's Greenhouse

Book 3: Now Avalible

Linh's Rooftop Garden by JaNay Brown-Wood

Book 4: Now Availible

About the series

Where in the Garden, a four-book series following toddler Amara and each of her friends as they explore their individual warm- and cool-weather gardens. Each toddler hunts for the perfect produce to complete a festive celebration and compares and contrasts what they know against a variety of fruits and vegetables found along the way. 

Love Puppies Series

Love Puppies #1

Book 1: Now Available 

Love Puppies #2

Book 2: Now Available

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Book 3: Now Available

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Book 4: Now Available

Coming: September 19th, 2023

Book 5: Now Available

Coming: January 2nd, 2024

About the series


With a little bit of magic and a whole lot of kindness, the Love Puppies are here to help kids overcome some tough social situations. Because with the power of love, anything is paw-sible!

Book 5: Now Available

Coming: January 2nd, 2024

Book 4: Now Available

Coming: September 19th, 2023

Check Out What's Next

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The Wizard of Oz

Coming: February 6th, 2024

Here are the Seeds

Coming: May 7, 2024

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Jam Too?

Coming: February 18th, 2024



Coming: March 19th, 2024


Not Yet


On Our Way

Coming: Summer 2024

. . . other works

Works for Highlights 


"Four Little Sheep"

Highlights High Five
September, 2015


"The Staring Game"

Highlights for Children
September, 2015


Highlights for Children 
August, 2015


Thanku Poems of Gratitude with JaNay Brown-Wood

Thanku: Poems of Gratitude

Edited by Miranda Paul, Illustrated by Marlena Myles 
Millbrook Press, 2019

This poetry anthology, edited by Miranda Paul, explores a wide range of ways to be grateful (from gratitude for a puppy to gratitude for family to gratitude for the sky) with poems by a diverse group of contributors, including Joseph Bruchac, Margarita Engle, Cynthia Leitich Smith, Naomi Shihab Nye, Charles Waters, and Jane Yolen.

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Amazon Thanku Poems of Grattitude by JaNay Brown-Wood
Barnes & Noble Thanku Poems of Grattitude by JaNay Brown-Wood

No World Too Big

By Lindsay H. Metcalf, Jeanette Bradley, and Keila V. Dawson

Illustrated by Jeanette Bradley

Published by Charlesbridge

Climate change impacts everyone, but the future belongs to young people. No World Too Big celebrates twelve young activists and three activist groups on front lines of the climate crisis who have planted trees in Uganda, protected water in Canada, reduced school bus’ climate footprint in Indonesia, invented alternate power sources in Ohio, and more. 

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