These are some picture books published in January and February 2020 that haven’t been featured on Cracking the Cover, but still deserve your attention.
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Flight for Freedom, by Kristen Fulton and Torben Kuhlmann, tells the story of two families who use a hot air balloon to escape from East Germany.
As more civil rights stories are told on a bigger stage, the greater the understanding of injustices becomes. Ride to Remember is one such story.
In 2015, Penny Parker Klostermann and Ben Mantle’s There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight was released. Now it’s back in board book format.
A bird realizes his differences can be assets in Ged Adamson’s adorable new picture book for 3- to 7-year-olds, Bird Hugs.
From the minute my 5-year-old daughter picked up Chapter Two Is Missing, she was entranced. The picture book a laugh out loud read.
This Lindsay Ward’s Book Is Gray is a not only a book about basic color concepts, but one about exploring friendship and acceptance, too.