Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years, by Stacy McAnulty and David Litchfield, is a great source of material for all the “whys” younger readers ask.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
if you’re looking for something that has the ambiance of Halloween without being holiday specific, Bonaparte, Zombelina and Ghost Cat are good options.
If your kids are fans of How to Catch a Leprechaun and How to Catch an Elf then you’ll probably want to add How to Catch a Monster to your collection.
You’re All Kinds of Wonderful features Nancy Tillman’s familiar artwork, which is created digitally using software painting programs.
Josh Funk’s latest novel, It’s Not Jack and the Beanstalk, is a META-Fractured Fairy Tale — where the characters argue back at the reader.
Imagine That: How Dr. Seuss Wrote the Cat in the Hat, by Judy Sierra and Kevin Hawkes, explores the creation of Dr. Seuss’ most beloved character.
South, Splotch and Skyfishing are great picture books that feature fish tales of large and small stature with a few surprises mixed in for good measure.
I’m always excited when I get books from The New York Review Children’s Collection. I love the idea that these books are getting a second chance.
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.