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Britta Teckentrup

BRITTA TECKENTRUP has written and illustrated over seventy children's books, which have been published in over twenty countries. Her books include Tree, Bee, Ocean, Moon, and Home in the Peek-Through Picture Book series, plus Big Smelly Bear, Grumpy Cat, and The Odd One Out. Born in Hamburg, Germany, and educated in London at St. Martin's College and the Royal College of Art, she lives with her family in Berlin. See her work online at brittateckentrup.com and follow her on Instagram at @britta_teckentrup.

Books

Staff Picks + Upcoming Titles: June

June’s upcoming titles are the perfect way to kick off the summer! Document your summer adventures in DK’s gorgeous new Travel Journal! Create your ideal plant-based diet with The Science of Plant-based Nutrition, or check out Marijuana Edibles for recipes to serve up a different kind of plant. The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Birthday Party will

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What’s Inside a Caterpillar Cocoon?

With warm and heart-fluttering illustrations, discover the next nonfiction picture book about butterflies and moths from the creator of the New York Times bestseller Women in Science! Butterflies soar in the sunlight. While moths flutter under the moon and stars. Find out more about these mysterious and majestic insects similarities and differences, and their awestrucking metamorphosis! Rachel Ignotofsky’s distinctive

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Explore the PRH Booth at NY Now! Feb 5-8

NY Now is running from February 5-8 at the Javits Center, and Penguin Random House will once again join our friends at the Harper Group in Booth #1901 for this year’s Winter Market! Pay us a visit and discover new and trending books in all categories, including children, wellness, cooking, inspirational, and more! We can’t

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If You Find a Leaf

An exquisite picture book that celebrates the fall season and encourages children to see the colorful leaves around them in an entirely new way. The artist uses real leaves of vibrant hues to make her oh-so-charming illustrations. Every year, gusts of wind blow colorful autumn leaves to the ground. Some leaves make a crunch under

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