Abrams has recently released a number of excellent books for preschoolers. They are a good mix that feature counting, matching, shapes, colors and patterns.
Browsing: ages 2 & up
I recently received two emotions books from Abrams Appleseed — Today I Feel and Making Faces — that have become a large hit in our household.
The husband-and-wife team of Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant are back with their third book about of two fuzzy friends in I am (Not) Scared.
Whether you are looking for something to celebrate Easter or just welcome spring, these picture books are a great option for the young reader in your life.
Lindsay Ward’s Brobarians is exactly what you’d expect from the title. Sibling rivalry plays out between two boisterous boys with big imaginations.
“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.
Playing even a small part in a child’s reading journey is an awesome opportunity, says ‘Busy Builders, Busy Week!’ author Jean Reidy.
Two books about feelings have made their way into our reading lineup — “Lionheart,” by Richard Collingridge, and “All My Treasures,” by Jo Witek.
I’m always excited when I get an email from the publicists at IPG. Their books are often more unique than the usual fare. “Legs: The Tale of a Very Small Meerkat” and “Missing Jack” are no different.