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.
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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.
Sylvia Rose and the Cherry Tree, by Sandy Shapiro-Hurt and Xindi Yan, follows a young girl and her animal friends as they realize how delicate an ecosystem can be.
Astronaut Annie, written by Suzanne Slade and illustrated by Nicole Tadgell, celebrates family and reaching for your dreams.
The idea for Tara Luebbe and Becky Cattie’s I Am Famous stemmed from Weir Al’s song TMZ, a parody of Taylor Swift’s You Belong to Me.
Boardbooks are an amazing way to introduce babies and toddlers to books and reading. These are some fun new releases now or soon to be out.
Barry Wittenstein never set out to become a picture book author. That all changed when Barry went back to college to earn a Masters in Childhood Education at the age of 57.