I recently received two emotions books from Abrams Appleseed — Today I Feel and Making Faces — that have become a large hit in our household.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
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.
Newbery Honor-winner Gennifer Choldenko and Caldecott Medal-winner Dan Santat are equally paired in their new offering, Dad and the Dinosaur.
Lindsay Ward’s Brobarians is exactly what you’d expect from the title. Sibling rivalry plays out between two boisterous boys with big imaginations.
Working in children’s literature is the most challenging and most rewarding work Duck and Hippo illustrator Andrew Joyner has ever done.
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.
“The Storybook Knight” is a charming picture book from the husband-wife team of Helen and Thomas Docherty (“The Snatchabook”).