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.
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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.
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.
Abrams has recently released a number of excellent books for preschoolers. They are a good mix that feature counting, matching, shapes, colors and patterns.
Ladybug Girl’s Day Out With Grandpa is classic Ladybug Girl. Lulu has all the spunk and curiosity she’s known for, and the illustrations are exquisite.
Nathalie Tovato’s An Alphabet in Bloom is an unconventional ABC book that works best when used as a visual guessing game with parent and child involved.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s picture book That’s Me Loving You celebrates a parent’s love for a child in all things big and small.
If you’re looking for a sweet new book that celebrates new fathers and the love of parents in general, Rosalinde Bonnet’s Daddy Honk Honk! is a good option.
Will Hillenbrand’s latest book is Share, Big Bear, Share with Maureen Wright. The following is a video interview with Cracking the Cover.
I recently received two emotions books from Abrams Appleseed — Today I Feel and Making Faces — that have become a large hit in our household.