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.
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Like its predecessor, Sue Lowell Gallion and Joyce Wan’s Pug & Pig Trick-or-Treat offers sparse text that serves as a framework for charming illustrations.
You’re All Kinds of Wonderful features Nancy Tillman’s familiar artwork, which is created digitally using software painting programs.
Listen: How Pete Seeger Got America Singing, by Leda Schubert and Raul Colon, follows the musician’s life from beginning to end.
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.
If you’re looking for a fun, interactive book that will have your little one laughing out loud, then There’s a Monster in Your Book is for you.
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.
Uni the Unicorn and the Dream Come True reads like a story two little girls made up while sitting under a tree and playing pretend. That’s why it works.
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…