New books for children ages 3-7

It’s officially fall: school is back, vacations are over, and the temperature is dropping. While getting ready to spend more time indoors, take a look at these three beautiful but very different new offerings from The New York Review Children’s Collection that will captivate restless children while at the same time entertaining parents: Cheerful by Palmer Brown; Wolf Story by William McCleery with illustrations by Warren Chappell; and He Was There From the Day We Moved In by Rhoda Levine with illustrations by Edward Gorey—all at 30% off for a limited time.

William McCleery’s ‘Wolf Story’ in ‘The Wall Street Journal’ and on “Weekend Edition Saturday”

In last weekend’s Wall Street Journal, Meghan Cox Gurdon wrote “The shape and feel of a book still matters, thank goodness, and there is something illimitably satisfying about the snug, matte editions produced for The New York Review Children’s Collection.” In her review of Wolf Story she applauded the elegance of original illustrations by graphic artist Warren Chappell and wrote “What sings, though, is the lively dialogue in the story by William McCleery.” Wolf Story, she concluded,“ is a romp and a laugh and a nostalgic joy to read aloud.”