More than 60 animals come to life in Amazing Animals, the first book in Cartweel Books’ new Spin & Spot novelty series for toddlers.
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Stacy McAnulty’s latest picture book, Mr. Fuzzbuster Knows He’s the Favorite, features a cat who needs some reassuring when new pets move in.
I was really excited to share Coy Bowles When You’re Feeling Sick with my daughter. Unfortunately, although the concept is fun, the prose has some issues.
I’m normally a fan of Scholastic’s learning materials. However, I have mixed feelings about two of the publisher’s latest Pre-K products.
Rebecca Doughty’s “Before You,” remembers life before “you” came along and changed things. The book resonates with readers of all ages.
Matthew Reinhart’s ‘Frozen: A Pop-up Adventure’ lives up to its title with exciting and surprising pop-ups with every turn of the page.
“Pug Meets Pig” is very simple at first glance. There are not a lot of words to read, but there’s a lot to gleam contextually.
Two recent picture books — “Thérèse Makes a Tapestry” and “Cleonardo” — celebrate strong young protagonists who want nothing more than to excel.