I love “big books” and I cannot lie. Yuval Zommer’s The Big Book of the Blue is a book we’ll be revisiting at our house time and time again.
Browsing: picture books
Alma and How She Got Her Name, by Juana Martinez-Neal, is about girl who isn’t pleased with the name she’s been given until she knows its full story.
Sigrid Schmalzer and Melanie Chan’s Moth and Wasp, Soil and Ocean is a fascinating picture book that will appeal to adults as well as children.
Ami Shin’s Mice in the City series is like a mashup between the Babar and Where’s Waldo? books. This time around, though, it’s mice that are the stars.
Oh how I wanted to love Tough Tug. The cover is so cute. The illustrations truly are the star of this book. The text, not so much.
George the Hero Hound is a cute book told from George’s point of view. The story is simple but sweet, and the illustrations are bright and inviting.
Botley the Coding Robot is a simple robot that teaches programming basics through play rather than screen time, and at $60, it’s a great value.
G. Neri & David Litchfield’s When Paul Met Artie is not your typical picture book. This one is clearly intended for middle-graders, and they will love it.