Beautiful illustrations, exciting stories, and classic tales from both new and familiar award-winning authors and illustrators are at the heart of the bold, new titles from Reycraft Books.
These authors and illustrators represent a vast tapestry of cultures, lifestyles, and experiences, and they share their unique voices and visions through their craft. They enrich children’s literature with their talents, opening new horizons to readers with their thoughtful and enlightening perspectives.
Engaging, exquisitely illustrated books, sometimes funny, sometimes touching, captivate young readers as they see themselves portrayed in print. These are books they will want to read again and again—providing them with mirrors, windows, and sliding doors to the world.
A boy dreads having to tell about himself on the first day of school because he thinks he has nothing special to share. But when he opens his backpack, objects hidden by his family tumble out. These trigger memories that cause him to realize he really does have something unique to say.
Life in a Beijing hutong changes for a boy when his dad buys a shiny new bike. Will one careless day racing around the neighborhood ruin everything?
This nearly wordless book shows the slowly developing friendship between a cat and a bunny who meet on a chance encounter in the park.
This flip book features two humorous tales of responsibility and trust. In the first tale, two crow brothers discover a hole that they think the other will fix. In the second tale, a hungry fox and monkey join together to get food when one suddenly gets greedy.
Through letters to her grandfather in Mexico, Juana details her move to New York, her first days of school, and her new friendship with a classmate who speaks both Spanish and English.
A girl longs to return to her island homeland in China to search for dragons. When she travels back with her family to celebrate Chinese New Year, her dream comes true.
A girl retells the story of the legendary female warrior she admires, who disguised herself and fought bravely to protect her people.
Willow teases Jujube for not having leaves at the beginning of spring, and then Jujube begins to blossom in ways that Willow couldn’t imagine.
A little girl discovers a lost kitten and searches for its owner, hoping instead that she will get to make the kitten her own.
Young adventurers Miranda and Marko travel to the past to join Marco Polo on his desert search for the secrets held by one of Genghis Khan’s descendants.
Young adventurers Miranda and Marko travel to the past to join Admiral Zheng He as he fights a group of dangerous pirates.
A boy in the magical kingdom of Ooh La La is not happy with just imagining the things he wants. The king allows him to go to Earth for three days in search of what will truly make him happy.
Starting school brings more than one change for Max. Meeting new friends and choosing a new name help Max reveal his identity as a trans boy.
Max helps Stephen, one of his best friends and a great storyteller, prepare for and perform in the school’s talent show.
In this international best seller, an orange horse looks for his long-lost brother, using one half of an old photo as a clue.
A little kangaroo named Pocket wonders what her pouch is for and discovers it is made for someone special—like her.
Twins Jamie and Marie Longbow attempt to solve the mystery of their grandmother's missing necklace at a summer powwow.
A radish is passed from one hungry friend to the next only to end up back where it started.
This biography of Spotted Tail traces the life of the famous Lakota leader who expertly guided his people through a pivotal and tumultuous time in their nation’s history.
This graphic collection portrays the experiences of several Native American code talkers during World War I.
Two children explore the bustling urban center of Hong Kong in this wordless picture book that can be read from front to back or back to front.