if you’re looking for something that has the ambiance of Halloween without being holiday specific, Bonaparte, Zombelina and Ghost Cat are good options.
Browsing: ages 5 & up
Listen: How Pete Seeger Got America Singing, by Leda Schubert and Raul Colon, follows the musician’s life from beginning to end.
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.
In her latest picture book, Come With Me, Holly M. McGhee and illustrator Pascal Lemaître tackle hatred with kindness, bravery and hope.
Busy Builders: Construction Site is darling. I wouldn’t hesitate giving it. In fact, I already have two kiddos in mind for Christmas…
The Road Home, by Sarah Jacoby and Katie Cotton, and Through the Gate, by Sally Fawcett, explore the nuances of home in different, yet heartwarming, ways.
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.
Roger Mello’s You Can’t Be Too Careful! is striking. From stylized illustrations to abstract narrative, it’s primed to take readers to far off worlds.
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.