The beloved classic about a one-of-a-kind little girl who rules The Plaza Hotel.
Mo Willems' story of Daddy, Trixie, and Trixie's stuffed bunny's eventful trip to the laundromat. (Retrace the protagonists' footsteps through Park Slope Brooklyn with help from a dedicated reader.)
The Snowy Day
Ezra Jack Keats' Caldecott Medal-winning classic about a boy discovering the magic of first snowfall in New York City.
A boy and his grandmother take readers on a tour through their New York City Chinatown neighborhood.
Nana in the City
A boy visits his grandmother and overcomes his fears of the city.
My New York
A young New Yorker tells a friend from the midwest about her city, with lavish illustrations by folk artist Kathy Jakobsen.
Tell Me a Mitzi
A prize-winning 1970 classic, recounting humorous, fantasy-laced tales about the adventures of a young new yorker named Mitzi and her little brother.
How Little Lori Visited Times Square
The adventures (originally published in 1963) of a little boy thwarted at every turn as he attempts to make his way to Times Square. Illustrations by Maurice Sendak.
Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing
The true story of PT Barnum's famous 1884 stunt, in which he tested the strength of the recently constructed Brooklyn Bridge by leading a herd of circus elephants across it.